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Institute of Sound and Vibration Research > Dynamics Group" and Year is 2021

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Wave interference in railway track due to multiple wheels - Simian Lei, Yaojun Ge, Qi Li and David Thompson
Type: Article | 2021 | Item availability restricted.

Type: Conference or Workshop Item | 2021 | Springer Nature Switzerland AG | Item availability restricted.

Type: Article | 2021 | Item availability restricted.

Type: Article | 2021

Assessing the risk of critical velocity effects at railway sites using site investigation and advanced laboratory testing - Alice Duley, Madhusudhan Bangalore Narasimha Murthy, Louis Le Pen, David Thompson and William Powrie
Type: Conference or Workshop Item | 2021 | Springer | Item availability restricted.

Type: Conference or Workshop Item | 2021

How does grazing incidence ultrasonic microscopy work? A study based on grain-scale numerical simulations - Michał K Kalkowski, Michael JS Lowe, Martin Barth, Marek Rjelka and Bernd Köhler
Type: Article | 2021 | Item availability restricted.

Type: Dataset | 2021 | University of Southampton

Type: Article | 2021 | Item availability restricted.

Type: Article | 2021 | Item availability restricted.

Measurements and modelling of dynamic stiffness of a railway vehicle primary suspension element and its use in a structure-borne noise transmission model - Xiaowan Liu, David Thompson, Giacomo Squicciarini, Martin Rissmann, Pascal Bouvet, Gang Xie, J. Martínez-Casas, Javier Carballeira, Ines Lopez Arteaga, Miguel Garralaga and José Chover
Type: Article | 2021 | Item availability restricted.

Aerodynamic noise of high-speed train pantographs: Comparisons between field measurements and an updated component-based prediction model - Xiaowan Liu, Jin Zhang, David Thompson, Eduardo Latorre Iglesias, Giacomo Squicciarini, Zhiwei Hu, Martin Toward and Daniel Lurcock
Type: Article | 2021

Type: Conference or Workshop Item | 2021

Type: Conference or Workshop Item | 2021

Type: Review | 2021

Quantifying the effects of vibration on medicines in transit caused by fixed-wing and multi-copter drones - Andy Oakey, Timothy Waters, Wanqing Zhu, Paul Royall, Thomas Cherrett, Patrick Courtney, Dennis Majoe and Nickolay Jelev
Type: Article | 2021 | Item not available on this server.

Modelling and experimental characterisation of a compressional adaptive magnetorheological elastomer isolator - Emiliano Rustighi, Diego F. Ledezma-Ramirez, Pablo E. Tapia-Gonzalez, Neil Ferguson and Azrul, Abidin Zakaria
Type: Article | 2021 | Item availability restricted.

A stochastic model for the speed of leak noise propagation in plastic water pipes - Oscar Scussel, Abdullah Seçgin, M.J. Brennan, Jennifer Muggleton and F.C.L Almeida
Type: Article | 2021

Type: Article | 2021

Type: Conference or Workshop Item | 2021

Wave and vibration analysis of elastic metamaterial and phononic crystal beams with slowly varying properties - Adriano T. Fabro, Danilo Beli, Neil Ferguson, Jose Roberto F. Arrudab and Brian Mace
Type: Article | 2021

Limits for leak noise detection in gas pipes using cross correlation - Rui Xiao, Phillip F. Joseph, Jennifer M. Muggleton and Jie Li
Type: Article | 2021 | Item availability restricted.

Type: Conference or Workshop Item | 2021

Vibration reduction of a high-speed train floor using multiple dynamic vibration absorbers - Taiwen You, Jinsong Zhou, David Thompson, Dao Gong, Jiangxue Chen and Yu Sun
Type: Article | 2021

Experimental study of noise mitigation measures on a slab track - Xianying Zhang, Hongseok Jeong, David Thompson and Giacomo Squicciarini
Type: Article | 2021

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