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Journal of Mathematical Sciences

, Volume 91, Issue 2, pp 2828–2839 | Cite as

Sources of the center of dilatation and center of compression types in the Biot model

  • L. A. Molotkov
  • A. V. Bakulin
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Abstract

For a homogeneous isotropic model of porous Biot media, wave fields of spherically symmetric point sources are determined. The conditions under which a point source of the center of compression type can be replaced by two sources, one of which is a pair of oppositely directed forces and the other is a center of radially directed tangential forces, are obtained. Bibliography: 9 titles.

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Wave Field Tangential Force Fluid Medium Poroelastic Medium Biot Model 
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  • L. A. Molotkov
  • A. V. Bakulin

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