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Numerische Simulation von thermo-hydro-mechanisch-chemisch (THM/C) gekoppelten Prozessen

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  • Görke, Uwe-Jens
  • Kolditz, Olaf
  • Park, Chan-Hee
  • Shao, Haibing
  • Singh, Ashok Kumar
  • Wang, Wenqing

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  • Görke, Uwe-Jens & Kolditz, Olaf & Park, Chan-Hee & Shao, Haibing & Singh, Ashok Kumar & Wang, Wenqing, 2012. "Numerische Simulation von thermo-hydro-mechanisch-chemisch (THM/C) gekoppelten Prozessen," UFZ Reports 04/2012, Helmholtz Centre for Environmental Research (UFZ).
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