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Zhuravleva, T.A., Korablev, S.S. & Stas', V.V. Influence of an electrodynamic transducer on the vibrations of an elastic system in the presence of random effects. Soviet Applied Mechanics 5, 63–67 (1969). https://doi.org/10.1007/BF00886913
- Random Effect
- Elastic System
- Electrodynamic Transducer