Diffusion of elastic waves in a two dimensional continuum with a random distribution of screw dislocations

  title={Diffusion of elastic waves in a two dimensional continuum with a random distribution of screw dislocations},
  author={Dmitry Churochkin and Fernando Lund},
  journal={arXiv: Materials Science},
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