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Numerical Methods in Civil Engineering

2017، Volume 2، Number 2

Print ISSN: 2345-4296

Online ISSN: 10


Editor-in-Chief: Dr. B. Asgarian

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  • Current Issue: 2017، Volume 2، Number 2
  • Print ISSN: 2345-4296
  • Online ISSN: 10
  • Editor-in-Chief: Dr. B. Asgarian
  • Publisher: Faculty of Civil Engineering- K.N.Toosi university of technology

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