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The International Concrete Abstracts Portal is an ACI led collaboration with leading technical organizations from within the international concrete industry and offers the most comprehensive collection of published concrete abstracts.
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January 1, 1979
T.I. Campbell, P.F. Csagoly, and A.C. Agarwal
Results from dynamic load tests on a number of highway bridges of various types are presented.
A. P. Jeary and P.R. Sparks
Since 1973, the Building Research Establishment has been making observations of the dynamic behavior of a number of concrete structures as part of a research programme investigating the response of structures to wind excitation. . .The paper describes the experimental technique used in the vibrator tests and discusses the results obtained and their implications.
This paper reviews historical developments in deflection requirements and current deflection requirements as they relate to vibrations in structural members and buildings. A brief review of the building process itself is also presented.
Edward G. Nawy and Gajanan M. Sabnis
The references listed in the following pages cover a good selection of research papers and applications in the area of vibrations of structural elements and systems.
Tarun R. Naik
Coal mine blasting data were collected at various sites. Each set of vibration data consisted of ground motions outside of a building and motions at a point inside the building. Both types of motions were recorded using a velocity transducer.
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