რიცხვითი ანალიზის მიხედვით დგუშის ეფექტის გამოვლინების ხასიათი მეტროს გვირაბებში

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2021-02-09

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O. A. Lanchava, & G. Nozadze. (2021). რიცხვითი ანალიზის მიხედვით დგუშის ეფექტის გამოვლინების ხასიათი მეტროს გვირაბებში. GEORGIAN SCIENTISTS. Retrieved from https://journals.4science.ge/index.php/GS/article/view/281

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