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Theory of Waves in Materials

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Theory of Waves in Materials
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Publisher: BookBoon
ISBN-13: 9788776818173
Number of pages: 270

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The book unites the basic theoretical facts from two parts of solid mechanics - mechanics of materials and mechanics of wave processes. It links three important facts from modern mechanics: the basic physical properties of materials; the mathematical models and the corresponding mechanical theories; the characteristic features of propagation of waves.

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