Development of an analytical approach to highway barrier design and evaluation
New York (State) Dept. of Public Works. Bureau of Physical Research, Cornell Aeronautical Laboratory, United States. Bureau of Public Roads
State of New York, Dept. of Public Works, Bureau of Physical Research, 1963 - Reference - 142 pages
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