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Flow Modelling and Control in Pipeline Systems: A Formal Systematic Approach

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Flow Modelling and Control in Pipeline Systems : A Formal Systematic Approach. / Razvarz, Sina ; Jafari, Raheleh ; Gegov, Alexander.

1 ed. Switzerland : Springer, 2020. 218 p. (Studies in Systems, Decision and Control).

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Harvard

Razvarz, S, Jafari, R & Gegov, A 2020, Flow Modelling and Control in Pipeline Systems: A Formal Systematic Approach. Studies in Systems, Decision and Control, vol. 321, 1 edn, Springer, Switzerland. <https://www.springer.com/gp/book/9783030592455>

APA

Razvarz, S., Jafari, R., & Gegov, A. (2020). Flow Modelling and Control in Pipeline Systems: A Formal Systematic Approach. (1 ed.) (Studies in Systems, Decision and Control). Springer. https://www.springer.com/gp/book/9783030592455

Vancouver

Razvarz S, Jafari R, Gegov A. Flow Modelling and Control in Pipeline Systems: A Formal Systematic Approach. 1 ed. Switzerland: Springer, 2020. 218 p. (Studies in Systems, Decision and Control).

Author

Razvarz, Sina ; Jafari, Raheleh ; Gegov, Alexander. / Flow Modelling and Control in Pipeline Systems : A Formal Systematic Approach. 1 ed. Switzerland : Springer, 2020. 218 p. (Studies in Systems, Decision and Control).

Bibtex

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