Taking account of the physical and geometrical nonlinearities in solving problems of the mechanics of friable and plastic media
Rock Mechanics and Mine Pressure
KeywordsShear Modulus Geometric Nonlinearity Physical Nonlinearity Plastic Medium Deformable Medium
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