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Centrifuge modelling in liquefiable ground before and after the application of remediation techniques

Fioravante, Vincenzo; Giretti, Daniela; Moglie, Jenny; Bilotta, Emilio; Fasano, Gianluca; Flora, Alessandro; Nappa, Valeria


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