Retraction: N. V. Olali, D. B. Vengrovich, M. P. Malezhyk “Mathematical modeling of the elastic behavior of structured geophysical media” published in “Geophysical Journal” Vol. 39, No. 5, 2017
To Editor-in-Chief of “Geophysical Journal”
V. I Starostenko
In the article N. V. Olali, D. B. Vengrovich, M. P. Malezhyk “Mathematical modeling of the elastic behavior of structured geophysical media” published in “Geophysical Journal” Vol. 39, No. 5, 2017, we have made a serious mistake. Considering for digital finite element solution the mathematical model of elastic behavior of structured geophysical media, which allows to obtain analytical dependence between elastic parameters and structure we have used solutions of G. A. Vanin, obtained from his monograph “Micromechanics of composite materials”, Kiev: Naukova dumka, 1985, while the corresponding binding reference to the source was omitted. Recognizing the non-acceptance of such a point the authors sincerely apologize for the error of omission. We apply for article retraction because of the unlawful borrowings in a significant amount and ask to consider this article as is not published.
N. V. Olali, M. P. Malezhyk, 25 October 2017
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