Experimental and numerical modelling of walking locomotion on vertically vibrating low-frequency structures
Đặng, Hiệp Vũ;
Vibration serviceability is a governing factor in the design of low-frequency structures, which are sensitive to human-induced loads. To achieve reliable vibration estimates, structural engineers need to model the combined pedestrianstructure system as close to reality ... View more
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