Tsunami Force Acting on Oil Tanks and Buckling Analysis for Tsunami Pressure
Tsutomu Sakakiyama, Shinichi Matsuura, and Masafumi Matsuyama
Central Research Institute of Electric Power Industry 1646 Abiko, Abiko-city, Chiba 270-1194, Japan
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