Simulation of swelling pressure evolution during infiltration in a bentonite block-pellet laboratory scale test

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Simulation of swelling pressure evolution during infiltration in a bentonite block-pellet laboratory scale test. / Abed, Ayman; Sołowski, Wojciech Tomasz.

Japanese Geotechnical Society Special Publication. Japan : Japanese Geotechnical Society, 2019. s. 323-330 (Japanese Geotechnical Society Special Publication; Vuosikerta 7, Nro 2).

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Abed, A & Sołowski, WT 2019, Simulation of swelling pressure evolution during infiltration in a bentonite block-pellet laboratory scale test. julkaisussa Japanese Geotechnical Society Special Publication. Japanese Geotechnical Society Special Publication, Nro 2, Vuosikerta. 7, Japanese Geotechnical Society, Japan, Sivut 323-330, Nagoya, Japani, 23/08/2019. https://doi.org/10.3208/jgssp.v07.052

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Abed, A., & Sołowski, W. T. (2019). Simulation of swelling pressure evolution during infiltration in a bentonite block-pellet laboratory scale test. teoksessa Japanese Geotechnical Society Special Publication (Sivut 323-330). (Japanese Geotechnical Society Special Publication; Vuosikerta 7, Nro 2). Japan: Japanese Geotechnical Society. https://doi.org/10.3208/jgssp.v07.052

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Abed A, Sołowski WT. Simulation of swelling pressure evolution during infiltration in a bentonite block-pellet laboratory scale test. julkaisussa Japanese Geotechnical Society Special Publication. Japan: Japanese Geotechnical Society. 2019. s. 323-330. (Japanese Geotechnical Society Special Publication; 2). https://doi.org/10.3208/jgssp.v07.052

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Abed, Ayman ; Sołowski, Wojciech Tomasz. / Simulation of swelling pressure evolution during infiltration in a bentonite block-pellet laboratory scale test. Japanese Geotechnical Society Special Publication. Japan : Japanese Geotechnical Society, 2019. Sivut 323-330 (Japanese Geotechnical Society Special Publication; 2).

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