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Svendsen, Bob ; Hutter, K. ; Laloui, L. (1999):
Constitutive models for granular materials including quasi-static frictional behaviour: toward a thermodynamic theory of plasticity.
In: Continuum mechanics and thermodynamics, 11, pp. 263-275. [Article]

Svendsen, Bob (1996):
Balance relations for classical mixtures containing a moving non-material surface with application to phase transitions.
In: Continuum Mechanics and Thermodynamics, 8, pp. 171-187. Springer, ISSN 0935-1175,

Svendsen, Bob ; Wu, T. ; Jöhnk, K. ; Hutter, K. ; Wu, T. ; Jöhnk, K. ; Hutter, K. (1996):
On the role of mechanical interactions in the steady-state gravity flow of a two-constituent mixture down an inclined plane.
In: Proceedings of the Royal Society of London. A 452 (1996), S. 1189-1205, [Conference or Workshop Item]

Svendsen, Bob ; Hutter, K. ; Hutter, K. (1996):
A continuum approach for modelling induced anisotropy in glaciers and ice sheets.
In: Annals of glaciology. 23 (1996), S. 262-269, [Article]

Svendsen, Bob ; Hutter, K. (1995):
On the continuum modelling of induced anisotropy with application to ice.
In: Anisotropy, inhomogeneity and nonlinearity in solid mechanics. Hrsg.: D.F. Parker (u.a.) S. 51-56, Dordrecht: Kluwer, 1995, Dordrecht, Kluwer, [Book Section]

Svendsen, Bob ; Hutter, K. (1995):
On the thermodynamics of a mixture of isotropic materials with constraints.
In: International journal of engineering science. 33 (1995), No. 14, S. 2021-2054, [Article]

Svendsen, Bob (1995):
A local frame formulation of dual stress-strain pairs and time derivatives.
In: Acta mechanica. 111 (1995), S. 13-40, [Article]

Svendsen, Bob ; Hutter, K. (1995):
A mixture model for debris flows.
In: Festschrift zum 60. Geburtstag von Prof. Dr.-Ing. R. deBoer, Essen: Gesamthochschule, 1995, Essen, Gesamthochschule, [Book Section]

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