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Khesin, G.L., Bardanyan, G.S., Dmokhovskii, A.V. et al. Use of the photoelasticity method to investigate the states of stress in models of underground structures. Soviet Mining Science 12, 553–559 (1976). https://doi.org/10.1007/BF02497426
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- Underground Structure
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- Fringe Order
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