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THE STRENGTH AND CREEP OF FROZEN SOILS AND CALCULATIONS FOR ICE-SOIL RETAINING STRUCTURES (PROCHNOST' I POLZUCHEST' MERZLYKH GRUNTOV I RASCHETY LEDOGRUNTOVYKH OGRAZHDENII),
COLD REGIONS RESEARCH AND ENGINEERING LAB HANOVER NH
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Contents Mechanism of Rheological Processes Principles of Calculation for the Creep and Long-Term Strength of Frozen Soils Cryogenous Texture and Strength of Frozen Soils Methods for Testing Frozen Soils in Creep and for Long-Term Strength Experimental Study of the Creep of Frozen Soils Experimental Study of the Long-Term Strength of Frozen Soils Calculations for Strength and Creep of Mine Shaft Retaining Structures Sunk by Means of the Freezing Process Models of Ice-Soil Cylinders and Comparison of the Analytical Solutions with Model Results, and Recommend Formulae for Calculations.
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