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Alternative method for modelling structural and functional behaviour of a Storage Hydroelectric Power Plant using MLD approach
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  • Carlos Graciós,
  • Rosa María ,
  • German Ardul Munoz-Hernandez,
  • Sa'ad Mansoor,
  • Gregorio Zamora-Mejía
Carlos Graciós
Technological University of Puebla, Mexico

Corresponding Author:carlos.gracios302@uppuebla.edu.mx

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Rosa María
Puebla Institute of Technology
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German Ardul Munoz-Hernandez
Puebla Institute of Technology
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Sa'ad Mansoor
Bangor, Wales University. U. K.
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Gregorio Zamora-Mejía
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