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“Offshore Soil-Structure Interaction Analysis,” (S.N. Abduljauwad, and S. Sture), Proc. Offshore Mechanics and Arctic Engineering Division, Specialty Symposium, ASME, February 1986, New Orleans, Louisiana, OMAE-No.-177, Vol. I, pp. 159-166.

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“Modern Trends and New Directions: Review of Contributions and Discussions,” (S. Sture) in Mechanics of Geomaterials; Rocks, Concrete, and Soil, Ed. Z.P. Bazant, John Wiley & Sons, Ltd., 1985, pp. 591-596.

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“Uniqueness and Stability Issues of Strain-Softening Computations,” (K.J. Willam, E. Pramono, and S. Sture), Constitutive Laws for Engineering Materials, Vol. I, Elsevier, New York, 1987, pp. 249-260.

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“Invariant Response Formulation for Rate-Sensitive Frictional Materials,” (K.J. Willam, S. Sture, and T. Stankowski) in Constitutive Laws for Engineering Materials, Vol. I, Elsevier, New York, 1987, pp. 751-758.

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“Micro-gravity Experiments on Granular Materials,” (N.C. Costes, S. Sture, and V.C. Janoo), Proc. Materials Research Society, Am. Inst. Phys. Materials Processing in the Reduced Gravity Environment of Space, Section 4 -Micro-gravity Science, 4.3, Proceedings Volume 87, 1986, pp. 203-212.

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“Fracture Energy Considerations of Post-Critical Experiments on Un-Notched Concrete Specimens,” (K.J. Willam, S. Sture, and S.H. Smith), Proc. ASCE Structures Congress, 1986, New Orleans, La., p. 374.

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“Bifurcation Studies of Elastic-Plastic Solids,” (K.J. Willam, N. Sobh, and S. Sture), Proc. Abstract, First World Congr. Computational Mechanics, Univ. Texas, Austin, CP/FM.1 TCC.3.102, 1986.

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“Uniqueness and Stability Issues of Non-Associated Strain-Softening Computations,” (K.J.Willam, S. Sture, and E. Pramono), Proc. Abstract, First World Congr. Computational Mechanics, Univ. Texas, Austin, NSM.5-Nonlinear Solid Mechanics, TCC.2.102, 1986.

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“Directional Shear Cell Experiments on a Dry Cohesionless Soil,” (S. Sture, S., J.S. Budiman, A.K. Ontuna, and H.-Y. Ko), ASTM, Geotech. Testing J., June 1987, Vol. 10, No. 2, pp. 71-79.

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“Composite Fracture Model for Strain-Softening and Localised Failure of Concrete,” (K.J. Willam, N. Bicanic, and S. Sture), in Computational Modelling of Reinforced Concrete Structures, Eds., E. Hinton and R. Owen, Pineridge Press, Swansea, U.K., Chapter 5, pp. 122-153, 1986.

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“Fundamental Issues of Smeared Crack Models,” (K.J. Willam, S. Sture, and E. Pramono), Proc. Int. Conf. on Fracture of Concrete and Rock, Springer-Verlag, Eds. S.P. Shah and S.E. Swartz, Houston, Texas, June 1987, SEM -RILEM Conf., pp. 142-157.

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“Deformation and Failure Characteristics of Masonry Bed Joints under Shear Loading,” (R.H. Atkinson, S. Saeb, B. Amadei, and S. Sture), Proc. 4th North American Masonry Conference, Los Angeles, California, 1987.

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“Localization Aspects of Non-Associated Elastic-Plastic Softening Computations,” (K.J. Willam, S. Sture, S. and E. Pramono), Proc. 6th ASCE Engineering Mechanics Conference, Abstract, May 1987, pp. 209-210.

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“Experimental Observations of Anisotropy in Some Stress Controlled True Triaxial Tests on Dry Sand,” (H. Alawaji, M. Alawi, S. Sture, H.-Y. Ko, J.F. Peters and D.M. Wood), Proc. IUTAM/ICM Symposium on Yielding, Damage and Failure of Anisotropic Solids, Antoni Sawczuk in Memoriam Symposium, Grenoble, France, Aug. 1987; Ed. J.P.

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