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During the process of steel production, the flaws in steel casting are detected by A. ultrasonic vibrations. B. longitudinal vibrations. C. infrasonic vibrations. D. resonant vibrations.
During the process of steel production, the flaws in steel casting are detected by A. ultrasonic vibrations.
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