Two Case Studies on the use of Tuned Vibration Absorbers on Footbridges
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Two Case Studies on the use of Tuned Vibration Absorbers on Footbridges

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Two Case Studies on the use of Tuned Vibration Absorbers on Footbridges
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The work described is part of a research programme into ways of reducing pedestrian-induced vibrations of footbridges, the problem being that these vibrations can cause discomfort to the user. The two case studies presented describe one method by which this has been achieved-the discrete tuned vibration absorber. R.T. Jones, A.J. Pretlove and R. Eyre

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