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Dynamics and Vibration Research Group

Welcome to the web pages of the Dynamics and Vibration Research Group. 

The work of the group is directed at the many challenging dynamics and vibration problems associated with the design of modern engineering structures and transportation systems; problems that are exacerbated by the constant drive towards lighter weight structures, more powerful propulsion systems, and more stringent specifications regarding permitted levels of noise and vibration. 

Ongoing work covers most industrial sectors, and ranges from long-term fundamental research to shorter term applied research aimed at a specific industrial need. 

The group has access to extensive computational and experimental facilities, and we have close links with industry and other academic and research institutions. 

 

The web pages contain details of the group members, our research portfolio, our seminar series and current vacancies. 

Enquiries are always welcome regarding our present work or potential new research projects.

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