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Institute of Sound and Vibration Research > Dynamics Group" and Year is 2018

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Number of items: 7.

Type: Patent | 2018 | Item not available on this server.

Type: Conference or Workshop Item | 2018 | Item availability restricted.

Apodization and phase methods applied to the seismic detection of underground objects - Emiliano Rustighi, Quentin Leclere and Jennifer Muggleton
Type: Conference or Workshop Item | 2018 | ISMA Publications | Item availability restricted.

Model-based optimization of axisymmetric wave motion in buried plastic water distribution pipes - O. Scussel, M.J. Brennan, J.M. Muggleton, F.C.L. de Almeida and A.T. Paschoalini
Type: Conference or Workshop Item | 2018 | ISMA Publications | Item availability restricted.

Noise and vibration from tramways: A comparison with prediction models - Wenjing Sun, Evangelos Ntotsios, Giacomo Squicciarini, Martin Toward and David Thompson
Type: Conference or Workshop Item | 2018 | Item not available on this server.

A comparison of the noise and vibration performance of slab and ballasted track designs - David Thompson, Xianying Zhang, Evangelos Ntotsios and Giacomo Squicciarini
Type: Conference or Workshop Item | 2018

The sound radiation of a railway rail fitted with acoustic shielding - X. Zhang, D. Thompson, J. Ryue, H. Jeong, G. Squicciarini and M. Stangl
Type: Book Section | 2018 | International Institute of Acoustics and Vibration (IIAV) | Item not available on this server.

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