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  • ASCE
    Geo-China 2016 - Resilient Railroad Materials and Structures to Mitigate Climate Change
    Edition: 2016
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Selected papers from the Fourth Geo-China International Conference, held in Shandong, China, July 25–27, 2016. Sponsored by Shandong University, Shandong Department of Transportation, University of Oklahoma, Chinese National Science Foundation, and the Geo-Institute of ASCE. This Geotechnical Special Publication contains 17 peer-reviewed papers on sustainable railroad materials and structures. Topics include: railroad materials, railway structures, economic and railway operations, railway construction and maintenance, geological disaster control technologies, and nanotechnology and nanomaterials. GSP 268 will be of interest to engineers and researchers involved in railway engineering, railroad materials, road and pavement engineering, geology, and nanotechnology.

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