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Continuum Mechanics in the Earth Sciences

Published on Apr 23, 2012
William I. Newman1
Estimated H-index: 1
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Preface Acknowledgements 1. Some mathematical essentials 2. Stress principles 3. Deformation and motion 4. Fundamental laws and equations 5. Linear elastic solids 6. Classical fluids 7. Geophysical fluid dynamics 8. Computation in continuum mechanics 9. Nonlinearity in the Earth References Index.
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