Numerical and Experimental Simulation of Mountain Bike Suspension Systems Subject to Regular Impact Excitation

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Materials Science Forum (Volumes 440-441)

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111-118

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J. K. Titlestad et al., "Numerical and Experimental Simulation of Mountain Bike Suspension Systems Subject to Regular Impact Excitation ", Materials Science Forum, Vols. 440-441, pp. 111-118, 2003

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