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System Modeling combined with Dimensional Analysis for Conceptual design

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System Modeling combined with Dimensional Analysis for Conceptual design. / Christophe, François; Sell, Raivo; Coatanéa, Eric; Tamre, Mart.

2007.

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Christophe, François ; Sell, Raivo ; Coatanéa, Eric ; Tamre, Mart. / System Modeling combined with Dimensional Analysis for Conceptual design. 6 Sivumäärä

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