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Crushing Plant of Deriner Dam and Hydropwer Plant seen on 16 October 2011
Turkey

With this crushing plant rock material is crushed such that it can be used for the production of mass concrete required for the construction of the dam.

Copyright: Sebastian Bauer
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Geüpload: 20/10/2011
Geüpdatet: 25/12/2013
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