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GOLDEN RATIO IN THE GREEN’S FUNCTIONS OF POROMECHANICS AND THERMOMECHANICS
John C.-C. Lu and Feng-Tsai Lin
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10.2316/Journal.205.2013.2.205-5645
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(205) International Journal of Modelling and Simulation - 2013
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