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Abrasion and resuspension from road surfaces: an important source of fine particles in the environment
Gehrig, R., Zeyer, K., Bukowiecki, N., Lienemann, P., & Poulikakos, L. D. (2009). Abrasion and resuspension from road surfaces: an important source of fine particles in the environment. X. Vazhappilly Francis, R. Khaiwal, C. Chemel, J. Newbold, S. Incecik, C. Kahya, & R. S. Sokhi (Eds.), (p. 4 pp.). Presented at the 7th International Conference on Air Quality - Science and Application (Air Quality 2009). Istanbul, Turkey: Istanbul Technical University.
Iron oxide nanoparticles for magnetically-triggered healing of bituminous materials
Jeoffroy, E., Koulialias, D., Yoon, S., Partl, M. N., & Studart, A. R. (2016). Iron oxide nanoparticles for magnetically-triggered healing of bituminous materials. Construction and Building Materials, 112, 497-505. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.conbuildmat.2016.02.159
Mobile load simulators: a tool to distinguish between the emissions due to abrasion and resuspension of PM10 from road surfaces
Gehrig, R., Zeyer, K., Bukowiecki, N., Lienemann, P., Poulikakos, L. D., Furger, M., & Buchmann, B. (2010). Mobile load simulators: a tool to distinguish between the emissions due to abrasion and resuspension of PM10 from road surfaces. Atmospheric Environment, 44(38), 4937-4943. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.atmosenv.2010.08.020