Quasi-periodicity and multi-scale resonators for the reduction of seismic vibrations in fluid-solid systems

@article{Carta2016QuasiperiodicityAM,
  title={Quasi-periodicity and multi-scale resonators for the reduction of seismic vibrations in fluid-solid systems},
  author={G. Carta and Alexander B. Movchan and Luca Prakash Argani and Oreste S. Bursi},
  journal={International Journal of Engineering Science},
  year={2016},
  volume={109},
  pages={216-239}
}

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