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Dynamics of structural vibrations by frequency dependent matrices and modal analysis.

Yee Tak Leung

Dynamics of structural vibrations by frequency dependent matrices and modal analysis.

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Published by University ofAston in Birmingham. Department of Mechanical Engineering in Birmingham .
Written in English


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