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Engineers interested in fundamental vibration theory can enrol on IStructE’s CPD course run in London by our experts. To find out more about the event on 13th June 2018, visit https://bit.ly/2GBtZIE  There is a second day of the course, covering the applications of vibration engineering, on 14th June 2018 and a discount for booking on … Continue reading VES experts to run CPD course in Vibration Serviceability in June 2018

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Using inertial measurement units to identify medio-lateral ground reaction forces due to walking and swaying is now published in the Journal of Sound and Vibration. Measurement of walking ground reaction forces (GRFs) in-situ is vital for understanding the mechanisms of human loading, including feedback effects such as observed in the London Millennium Bridge, but it … Continue reading New paper published: Using inertial measurement units to identify medio-lateral ground reaction forces due to walking and swaying

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A team of researchers from the Vibration Engineering Section returned to the Mineral Line Bridge in Somerset, to monitor the deflections of the bridge under different loading conditions. The bridge forms part of the West Somerset Railway (WSR), a heritage railway line with 20 miles of track in the South West of England. The team, … Continue reading Structural Testing of a Heritage Railway Bridge with the Flying Scotsman Locomotive

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VES researcher Farhad Huseynov recently went to Japan to carry out experimental studies in collaboration with a research group at Kyoto University. The test, which aimed to validate a newly developed bridge condition assessment methodology was performed in the Structures Laboratory on a 5.6 metre long simply supported bridge structure at Kyoto University. Figure 1 … Continue reading Testing a simply supported bridge structure at Kyoto University

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A paper about the testing and modal analysis of a Chinese long span suspension bridge has been published in the journal Mechanical System and Signal Processing.  Bayesian operational modal analysis of Jiangyin Yangtze River Bridge is a result of the EPSRC project BAYOMALAW, led by Prof. Ivan Au from Liverpool and Prof. James Brownjohn from VES.  … Continue reading New paper published on Bayesian operational modal analysis of Jiangyin Yangtze River Bridge

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To find out more about our team’s expertise, check out the video below, created by Innovation, Impact and Business at the University of Exeter @UofE_Solutions https://www.exeter.ac.uk/business/expertise/aedm/structural/

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Engineers interested in fundamental vibration theory can enrol on IStructE’s CPD course run in London by our experts. To find out more about the event on 13th June 2018, visit https://bit.ly/2GBtZIE  There is a second day of the course, covering the applications of vibration engineering, on 14th June 2018 and a discount for booking on … Continue reading VES experts to run CPD course in Vibration Serviceability in June 2018

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Engineers interested in fundamental vibration theory can enrol on IStructE’s CPD course run in Bristol by our experts in VES. To find out more, visit https://bit.ly/2IdvflA 

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    Earlier this week, the University of Exeter and the Vibration Engineering Section (VES) welcomed Heather Macklyne, the Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council (EPSRC) Portfolio Manager, with responsibility for Ground Engineering, Structural Engineering, Built Environment, Infrastructure and Urban Systems. Heather met with VES and representatives from Innovation, Impact and Business (IIB) at the … Continue reading Heather Macklyne (EPSRC Portfolio Manager) Visits Vibration Engineering Section

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The contribution of Professor Paul Reynolds from VES to the Capella project in Cambridge has been recognised in the construction industry’s Offsite Awards. For more information, the story on the PCE website is here   

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