Soviet Applied Mechanics

, Volume 6, Issue 12, pp 1308–1313 | Cite as

Theory of wave propagation in an elastic isotropic body with initial deformations

  • A. N. Guz'
  • F. G. Makhort
  • O. I. Gushcha
  • V. K. Lebedev


Wave Propagation Initial Deformation Isotropic Body Elastic Isotropic Body 
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Authors and Affiliations

  • A. N. Guz'
  • F. G. Makhort
  • O. I. Gushcha
  • V. K. Lebedev

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