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Systematic and random features of measured pressures on full-scale silo walls


, : Systematic and random features of measured pressures on full-scale silo walls. Engineering Structures 12(2): 74-87

Measurements of pressures on the walls of a prototype silo subject to both concentric and eccentric flow were studied to extract the systematic and random components of pressure.

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DOI: 10.1016/0141-0296(90)90012-h

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