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On the Elastic Deformation of Symmetric Periodic Structures

ON AXIALLY SYMMETRIC DEFORMATIONS OF PERFECTLY ELASTIC COMPRESSIBLE MATERIALS

A note on inhomogeneous deformations of nonlinear elastic layers

Influence of elastic deformations on the inner core wobble

Analytical solutions for 3-D flexural deformation of semi-infinite elastic plates

A mathematical model for the deformation of the eyeball by an elastic band

On a class of controllable deformations of isotropic incompressible elastic solids with simple material inhomogeneity*

On a class of controllable deformations of isotropic incompressible elastic solids with simple material inhomogeneity: II

Deformation of an elastic shell with variable thickness: a comparison of different methods

ON THE SOLUTIONS OF BOUSSINESQ, LOVE, AND REISSNER AND WENNAGEL FOR AXISYMMETRIC ELASTIC DEFORMATIONS

MIXED PROBLEMS IN THE THEORY OF BENDING OF ELASTIC PLATES WITH TRANSVERSE SHEAR DEFORMATION

The remarkable nature of cylindrically orthotropic elastic materials under plane strain deformations

Deformation due to a pressurized horizontal circular crack in an elastic half-space, with applications to volcano geodesy

General expressions for internal deformation fields due to a dislocation source in a multilayered elastic half-space

Quasi-static thermoelastic deformation in an elastic half-space: theory and application to InSAR observations at Izu-Oshima volcano, Japan

Wavefield and static deformation in depth-dependent elastic models with seismic sources of finite dimensions: spectral approach

Quasi-static internal deformation due to a dislocation source in a multilayered elastic/viscoelastic half-space and an equivalence theorem

 

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Temporary deformation, from which material recovers, caused by an applied stress, such that on release of the stress the body reverts to its former, unstrained condition. In purely elastic materials such deformation is described by a linear stress–strain relationship (see hooke's law). In rocks, ideal elastic strain is combined with viscous components.

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