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Determination of the stress field during thawing of frozen ground

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All-Union Scientific-Research Institute of Natural Gases (VNIIGAZ). Moscow State University (MGU). Translated from Osnovaniya, Fundamenty i Mekhanika Gruntov, No. 2, pp. 21–24, March–April, 1979.

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Stepanov, Y.S., Kholin, N.N. Determination of the stress field during thawing of frozen ground. Soil Mech Found Eng 16, 94–98 (1979). https://doi.org/10.1007/BF01710289

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Keywords

  • Civil Engineer
  • Stress Field
  • Structural Foundation
  • Hydraulic Engineer
  • Freeze Ground