Second-order effects in elasticity, plasticity and fluid dynamics

international symposium, Haifa, Israel, April 23-27, 1962 by International Symposium on Second-Order Effects in Elasticity, Plasticity and Fluid Dynamics (1962 Haifa)

Publisher: Jerusalem Academic Press, Publisher: Pergamon ; distributed by MacMillan in Jerusalem, New York

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  • Elasticity.,
  • Elastic solids.,
  • Plasticity.

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Statementedited by Markus Reiner and David Abir.
ContributionsReiner, Markus, 1886-, International Union of Theoretical and Applied Mechanics.
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Paginationxvi, 795 p. :
Number of Pages795
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