Materials Sciences and Applications

Materials Sciences and Applications

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"Investigating the Relationship between Porosity and Permeability Coefficient for Pervious Concrete Pavement by Statistical Modelling"
written by Hassan Tajik Ghashghaei, Abolfazl Hassani,
published by Materials Sciences and Applications, Vol.7 No.2, 2016
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