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  1. Cebon, D.  ‘Theoretical road damage due to dynamic tyre forces of heavy vehicles: Part 1 Dynamic analysis of vehicles and road surfaces’  Proc. I.Mech.E., Vol. 202, No. C2, 1988.
  2. Cebon, D.  ‘Theoretical road damage due to dynamic tyre forces of heavy vehicles: Part 2 Simulated damage caused by a tandem-axle vehicle’.  Proc. I.Mech.E., Vol. 202, No. C2, 1988.  I.Mech.E. Edwin Walker Prize, 1989.
  3. Cebon, D.  ‘Vehicle–generated road damage: A review’.  Vehicle Systems Dynamics, Volume 18, Number 1-3, 1989, 11th IAVSD Symposium, 1989.  Best Paper Award.
  4. Cole DJ and Cebon D  ‘Assessing the road–damaging potential of heavy vehicles’  J. Automobile Engineering  Proc. I.Mech.E.  Vol 205, Part D, 1991.  Awarded the IMechE Gresham Cooke Prize, 1991.
  5. Cole DJ and Cebon D  ‘Spatial repeatability of dynamic tyre forces generated by heavy vehicles’  J. Automobile Engineering  Proc. I.Mech.E.  Vol 206,  1992.
  6. Nasim, MA, Karamihas, S,  Gillespie, TD, Hansen, W, and Cebon, D.  ‘The behavior of a rigid pavement under moving dynamic loads’  Transp. Research Record 1307, TRB, 1992.
  7. Cebon, D.  ‘Interaction Between Heavy Vehicles and Roads’  SAE 930001, SP–951, 81p, 1993.  Society of Automotive Engineers (LR Buckendale Lecture), ISBN 1–56091–336–3.
  8. Hardy, MSA and Cebon, D.  ‘Response of continuous pavements to moving dynamic loads’  ASCE J. Eng. Mech. Vol 119, No 9, pp1762–1780, Sept 1993.
  9. Hardy MSA and Cebon D.  ‘Importance of speed and frequency in flexible pavement response’   ASCE J. Eng. Mech. Vol 120, No 3, pp463–482, March 1994.
  10. Collop, AC, Potter, TEC, Cebon, D, Cole, DJ.  ‘Investigation of spatial repeatability using a tire force measuring mat’, TRB Transportation Research Record 1448, pp1-7, 1994.
  11. Collop, AC, Cebon, D, and Hardy, MSA  ‘A visco–elastic approach to rutting in flexible pavements’   Journal of Transportation Engineering, Vol 121, No 1, ASCE, pp82–93 January 1995.
  12. Potter TEC, Cebon D, Cole DJ, Collop AC.  ‘An investigation of road damage due to measured dynamic tyre forces’.  J. Auto. Eng, IMech E Vol 209, No D1, pp9–24, 1995.
  13. Cole, DJ, and Cebon, D.  ‘Modification of heavy vehicle suspension to reduce road damage’  J. Auto. Eng, IMech E, Vol 209, No D3, pp 183–194, 1995.
  14. Collop, AC, Cebon, D.  ‘Parametric study of factors affecting flexible pavement performance’  Journal of Transportation Engineering, ASCE, Vol 121, No 6, pp485–494, 1995.
  15. Collop, AC, Cebon, D.  ‘A theoretical analysis of fatigue cracking in flexible pavements’   J. Mech. Eng. Sci., IMech E, Vol 209, No C5, pp 345–361, 1995.
  16. Collop, AC, Cebon, D.  ‘A model of whole-life flexible pavement performance’  J. Mech. Eng. Sci., Proc IMech E, Vol 209, No C6, pp 389–407, 1995.
  17. Collop, AC, Cebon, D.  ‘Stiffness reductions of flexible pavements due to cumulative fatigue damage’  Journal of Transportation Engineering, ASCE, Vol 122, No 2, pp 131-139, March/April 1996.
  18. Collop AC, Cebon D,  ‘Effects of spatial repeatability on long-term flexible pavement performance’.  J. Mech. Eng. Sci., IMech E, Vol 210, No C2, pp97-110, 1996.
  19. Potter TEC, Cebon D, Collop AC, Cole DJ.  ‘Road–damaging potential of measured dynamic tyre forces in mixed traffic’  J. Auto. Eng, IMech E, Vol 210, No D3, pp215-225, 1996.
  20. Cole DJ, Collop AC, Potter TEC, Cebon D.  ‘Spatial repeatability of measured dynamic tyre forces’. J. Auto. Eng, IMech E, Vol 210, No D3, pp185-197, 1996.
  21. Potter TEC, Cebon D, Cole DJ, Collop AC.  ‘Road damage due to dynamic tyre forces measured on a public road’  Int. J. Vehicle Design, Heavy Vehicle Systems, Vol 3, Nos 1-4, 1996, pp 346-362  ISSN 1351-7848.
  22. Potter TEC, Cebon D, Cole DJ.  ‘Indirect methods for asessing road friendliness of lorry suspensions’ J. Auto. Eng, IMech E, Vol 211, Part D, pp243-256, 1997.
  23. Collop, AC and Cebon, D.  ‘Effects of road-friendly suspensions on long term flexible pavement performance’.  J. Mech. Eng. Sci., IMech E, Vol211, pp411-424, 1997.
  24. Potter, TEC, Cebon, D, Cole, DJ.  ‘Assessing ‘road-friendliness’: a review’ J. Auto. Eng, IMech E, Vol 211, Part D, pp455-475, 1997.
  25. Cole, DJ and Cebon, D.  ‘Influence of tractor-trailer interaction on assessment of road-damaging performance’  J. Auto. Eng, Part D1, Vol 212, pp1-10, IMech E, 1998.
  26. Cebon, D.  ‘Handbook of Vehicle–Road Interaction’, Swets and Zeitlinger B.V., Lisse, the Netherlands, ISBN 9026515545, 600pp, 1999.
  27. Costanzi, M, and Cebon, D.  ‘An Investigation of the Effects Of Lorry Suspension Performance on Road Maintenance Costs’  Proc  J. Mech. Eng. Sci, IMechE , Vol 221, No C11, pp 1265-1277, 2007.

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