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Reflection-transmission matrix method for the consolidation of a multilayered saturated soil

陆建飞  沈荣锋  师梦琴  
【摘要】:正In this study,based on the Biot's theory,the reflectiontransmission matrix(RTM)method for solving the consolidation of the layered saturated soil under axisymmetric deformation is developed.As the transform matrix relating the state vector to the static wave vector in this study depends on the global

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