Quasi-Static Seismic Stress State of Paired Cross-Sectional Deep Cavities in an Elastic Anisotropic Massif
AbstractAn elastic seismic stress state of paired cross-sectional elliptical cavities of deep bedding is considered on the basis of the quasi-static theory of seismic stability of underground structures in an anisotropic massif with a long-wave seismic occurrence and generalized plane strain.Key words: generalized plane strain, seismic stress state, cross-section cavities, small parameter method
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