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1982-01State-of-the-art for assessing earthquake hazards in the United States. Report 18, Errors in probabilistic seismic hazard analysisMassachusetts Institute of Technology. Department of Civil Engineering.; Soils and Pavements Laboratory (U.S.); Veneziano, Daniele.
1969-04Analysis of laboratory test data to derive soil constitutive propertiesUnited States. Defense Atomic Support Agency.; Jackson, J. G. (John Guy)
1968-05Application of finite element method in determining stability of crater slopes : preliminary reportU.S. Army Engineer Nuclear Cratering Group.; Banks, D. C. (Don Charles); Palmerton, John B.
1973-10An investigation of the structural properties of stabilized layers in flexible pavement systemsAir Force Weapons Laboratory.; Barker, Walter R.; Brabston, W. N. (William Newell); Townsend, Frank C.
1972-06Prediction of end of construction undrained deformations of Atchafalaya levee foundation claysUnited States. Army. Corps of Engineers. New Orleans District.; Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Department of Civil Engineering.; Foott, Roger.; Ladd, Charles C. (Charles Cushing)
1971-12Some theoretical and experimental implications of constant shear modulus constitutive modelsUnited States. Defense Nuclear Agency.; Rohani, Behzad.; Jackson, J. G. (John Guy)
1972-04Damping capacity of soil during dynamic loading. Report 1, Review of mathematical material modelsRohani, Behzad.
1975-06Development of a projectile penetration theory. Report 1, Penetration theory for shallow to moderate depthsGeorgia Institute of Technology. School of Biology.; Bernard, Robert S.; Hanagud, Sathya V.
1976-02Development of a projectile penetration theory. Report 2, Deep penetration theory for homogeneous and layered targetsBernard, Robert S.
1974-06A simple elastic constitutive equation for granular materialUnited States. Assistant Secretary of the Army (R & D); Al-Hussaini, Mosaid M.