Impact factors for a composite steel bridge using non-linear dynamic simulation

@article{Moghimi2008ImpactFF,
  title={Impact factors for a composite steel bridge using non-linear dynamic simulation},
  author={Hassan Moghimi and Hamid Reza Ronagh},
  journal={International Journal of Impact Engineering},
  year={2008},
  volume={35},
  pages={1228-1243}
}
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