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Contents

Overview of Contents of Handbook of Vehicle-Road Interaction

Preface

Acknowledgement

Part 1: Introduction

Part 2: Vehicle Dynamics

Part 3: Guideway Response

Part 4: Damage Mechanics: Flexible Pavements

Part 5: Vehicle-Guideway Interaction

Part 6: Suspension Design to Minimise Road Damage

Part 7: Assessing Road - Damaging Potential

Part 8: Main Conclusions and Recommendations

Appendices

References

Index

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