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Systematic approach to sand stabilization work during construction of railroads in sandy deserts


Problems of Desert Development (6): 87-91
Systematic approach to sand stabilization work during construction of railroads in sandy deserts
A numerical model for the design of sand stabilization works during railway construction is described. It is aimed at identifying a method which is cost effective and environmentally acceptable.


Accession: 001962788



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