Coupled stability analyses of a road cut sloped and a railway tunnel in use

2016-08-31
Tanrıseven, Esra Nur
Bilgin, Hasan Aydın
Tutluoğlu, Levend
Ünlütürk, Burcu

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Citation Formats
E. N. Tanrıseven, H. A. Bilgin, L. Tutluoğlu, and B. Ünlütürk, “Coupled stability analyses of a road cut sloped and a railway tunnel in use,” 2016, vol. 1, Accessed: 00, 2021. [Online]. Available: CRC Press/Balkema 2016 Taylor & Francis Group.