## Translation: from english to chinese

from chinese to english

# angle of internal friction

• 1 angle of internal friction

内磨擦角
• 2 angle of internal friction

内摩擦角
• 3 angle of internal friction

内摩擦角
• 4 angle of internal friction

内摩擦角

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