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An investigation into the aerolastic stability of a footbridge using proper orthogonal decomposition analysis

Taylor, Ian and Vezza, M. (2007) An investigation into the aerolastic stability of a footbridge using proper orthogonal decomposition analysis. In: 12th International Conference on Wind Engineering, 2007-07-01 - 2007-07-06.

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Abstract

This paper seeks to investigate into the aerolastic stability of a footbridge using proper orthogonal decomposition analysis