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Asphalt concrete : simulation, modeling, and experimental characterization : proceedings of the R. Eyad Masad editor. Vassilis P. Linbing Wang editor. Keywords: spectral element method , wave propagation , falling weight deflectometer , viscoelasticity , Huet—Sayegh model , flexible pavement. Christopher T. Senseney , Jacob Grasmick , Michael A.

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Stiffness matrices for layered soils. The spectral element method in structural dynamics. Liang R, Zeng S. Efficient dynamic analysis of multilayered system during falling weight deflectometer experiments.

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