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  1. Green, MF and Cebon, D. 
    ‘Dynamic tests on two highway bridges’, 
    Proc. 3rd International Symposium on Heavy Vehicle Weights and
    Dimensions, Cambridge, 1992.
  2. Green, MF and Cebon, D. 
    ‘Modal testing of two highway bridges’ 
    Eleventh International Modal Analysis Conference, Orlando, Florida,
    Feb 1993.
  3. Green, MF and Cebon, D. 
    ‘Dynamic response of highway bridges to heavy vehicle loads:  Theory and experimental validation’  Journal of Sound and Vibration Vol 170, No.
    1, Feb 1994, pp 51-78.
  4. Green MF, Cebon D and Cole DJ.  ‘Effects of heavy vehicle suspension design on dynamics of
    highway bridges’  Journal of Structural
    Engineering, ASCE, Vol. 121, No. 2, pp 272-282, Feb 1995.
  5. Green, MF and Cebon, D. 
    ‘Dynamic interaction between heavy vehicles and highway bridges’  Computers and Structures, Vol 62, No 2, pp
    253-264, 1997, Elsevier Science Ltd.
  6. Green, MF and Cebon, D.  ‘Prediction of vehicle–induced bridge vibration: applications for
    design’,  Proceedings of the Annual
    Conference of the Canadian Society for Civil Engineering, Quebec City, Vol 1 pp
    41–50, May 1992.

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