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Principles of Mechanics of Frozen Ground
[Technical Report, Technical Report]
COLD REGIONS RESEARCH AND ENGINEERING LAB HANOVER NH
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It can be definitely stated that the U.S.S.R. is ahead of other countries in the study of the mechanics of frozen ground. This is especially true in the past few years, when the tremendous construction in permafrost areas has required science to solve a number of basic problems pertaining to characteristics of frozen ground. Because of the comparative youth of the science of frozen ground, our Principle of mechanics of frozen ground can serve only as a foundation for the development of this science. Therefore, it is quite understandable that the reader will find answers only to basic questions in this book. Some questions are unanswered because they have not been investigated in these studies. Other questions, on which work has just been begun, are only partially answered
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