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Hydrotechnical Construction

, Volume 29, Issue 11, pp 653–661 | Cite as

On the need to take into account the possibility of global climate warming in the design of buildings constructed in permafrost soil

  • L. N. Khrustalel
Ecology and Hydraulic Engineering
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Global Warming Climate Warming Heat Pump Housing Stock Reliability Function 
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