Shock and Vibration

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Table of Contents: 2010

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  • Volume 17
  • - Article ID 837362

Comparing Two Strategies to Model Uncertainties in Structural Dynamics

Rubens Sampaio | Edson Cataldo
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  • - Article ID 691297

Relating Independent Components to Free-Vibration Modal Responses

S.I. McNeill | D.C. Zimmerman
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  • - Article ID 904390

Prevention of Pressure Oscillations in Modeling a Cavitating Acoustic Fluid

B. Klenow | A. Brown
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  • - Article ID 126402

Semi-Active Damping of Vibrations. Prestress Accumulation-Release Strategy Development

A. Mroz | A. Orlowska | J. Holnicki-Szulc
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  • - Article ID 845609

Study of the Fatigue Life and Weight Optimization of an Automobile Aluminium Alloy Part under Random Road Excitation

A. Saoudi | M. Bouazara | D. Marceau
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  • - Article ID 716130

Thermal Effect on Vibration of Clamped Visco-Elastic Rectangular Plate with Parabolic Thickness Variation in Both Directions

A.K. Gupta | Harvinder Kaur | Sanjay Kumar
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  • - Article ID 952928

Fuzzy Sliding Mode Control of Plate Vibrations

Manu Sharma | S.P. Singh
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  • Volume 17
  • - Article ID 850795

The Spectrum Dip of Deck Mounted Systems

R.J. Scavuzzo | G.D. Hill | P.W. Saxe
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  • - Article ID 698078

Projectile Balloting Attributable to Gun Tube Curvature

Michael M. Chen
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  • - Article ID 291043

Non-linear Vibrations of Deep Cylindrical Shells by the p-Version Finite Element Method

Pedro Ribeiro | Bruno Cochelin | Sergio Bellizzi
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  • - Article ID 275403

Probability of Local Liquefaction of Saturated Sands in Half-Space Domains under a Train of Surface Point Explosions

Luis A. de Béjar
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