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Family of compaction curves and behaviors
Subject/Keyword
Soil compaction.
Soils--Testing.
Soil mechanics--Research.
Soil stabilization.
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University of Alberta
Author or creator
Li, Hua.
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Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering
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2001
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Doctor of Philosophy in Geotechnical Engineering
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Doctoral
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English
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