Soil Mechanics and Foundation Engineering

, Volume 31, Issue 4, pp 134–136 | Cite as

Use of nonlinear models in soil mechanics

  • S. G. Kushner
Soil Mechanics
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Abstract

The discussion about the expediency of presently using nonlinear soil mechanics in calculations of bases of industrial and residential buildings begun by B. I. Dalmatov in [1] is continued.

Keywords

Civil Engineer Nonlinear Model Structural Foundation Hydraulic Engineer Residential Building 

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