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OPTIMIZATION IN ENGINEERING ASPECTS OF CONSTRUCTIONS WITH EARTH BY LABORATORY TESTS. A proposed methodology for the proper soil. Examples of modern houses built with earth in Greece.

Evangelia Frangedaki; Giuseppe Leonardo Cascella; G.-Fivos Sargentis; Konstantinos Katavoutas


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