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CEE 576 Lecture Notes Fall 99 Date: 9/14/99 By: Bryan Nemeth Subject: Stresses and Strains in Flexible Pavements: Homogeneous Mass Layered Systems Source: Text by Huang Section 2.1 2.1: Homogeneous Mass Consider pavement to be a homogenous half space. Original Boussinesq theory (1885) [concentrated load applied on an elastic half-space] could be used. Figure 2.1 One layer, axi-symmetric! Half-space subjected to 1....

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