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  • Eike Lehmann
  • Leshan Zhang
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Zusammenfassung

Seitdem Fähr- und Ro-Ro-Schiffe gebaut werden, stellt sich die Frage nach dem Tragverhalten der Decks unter Radlasten, da der Be- und Entladevorgang überwiegend mit Gabelstaplern oder/und Trailern stattfindet.

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  • Eike Lehmann
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  • Leshan Zhang
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  1. 1.Germanischer Lloyd AGHamburgDeutschland

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