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EVACES 2005 - Experimental Vibration Analysis For Civil Engineering Structures
INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE : 26-28 OCTOBER 2005 BORDEAUX, FRANCE
Saturday 1 October 2005 , Françoise Bourgain, Hélène Skoutarides, Jean-Olivier Laval


Welcome

Vibration measurements of civil engineering structures are not a recent practice and many studies have been carried out in the past.

What is different nowadays is the increase in the number of dynamic tests carried out on structures for a better assessment or monitoring of their structural behaviour.

Various reasons justify the undertaking of dynamic tests: to enrich knowledge of structural dynamic behaviour, to check modelling choices, to evaluate structural integrity, to monitor structural condition, or to check serviceability conditions.

The improvement of computing capacities led to the development of powerful algorithms for the determination of the mechanical characteristics. Information can then help to reduce uncertainty associated with the structural strength, and thus allow a more relevant structural reliability assessment.

The aim of this conference is to provide a forum for practitioners and researchers from all around the world to exchange and share views and experiences related to the measurement, the data processing and the use of experimental vibration analysis for civil engineering structures



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Scientific Committee

- A. AKTAN,USA
- F. BARBOSA, Brazil
- J. BIEN, Poland
- F. BRANCO, Portugal
- J. BROWNJOHN, United Kingdom
- E. CAETANO, Portugal
- C. CREMONA (Chair), France
- G. FELTRIN, Switzerland
- A. FOURNOL, France
- Y. FUJINO, Japan
- MH. INCHAUSPÉ, France
- A. PAVIC, United Kingdom
- G. DE ROECK, Belgium
- M. TALBOT, Canada
- C.Y WANG, Taiwan
- H. WENZEL, Austria

Organising Committee

- F. BOURGAIN, ENPC-PFE
- D. COCHET, CETE DU SUD-OUEST
- J. COMBAULT, IABSE
- M. SENS, CETE DU SUD-OUEST
- H. SKOUTARIDES, ENPC-PFE

Under the auspices of

Scientific programme

Symposium format and sessions arrangement:

plenary sessions and parallel sessions are planed each day.

Paper presentation:

All papers accepted for presentation will be published in the Symposium Proceedings Special periods of 60’ dedicated to the visit of exhibition

The sessions will be organised on 10 topics :

More than 100 propositions have been received. All major aspects of experimental vibration analysis will be addressed during the conference.
Representative subject areas are given below but are not exhaustive:
- 1. Vibration measurement (transducers, techniques...)
- 2. Sources of excitation (testing machines, ambient excitation)
- 3. Concepts in vibration data analysis (modal analysis, wavelets, non linear, non stationary processes, stochastic methods)
- 4. Vibration isolation and mitigation (passive damping, semi-active and active control)
- 5. Model updating
- 6. Structural integrity assessment
- 7. Structural monitoring
- 8. Methodologies and standards
- 9. Effects of shock and vibration on humans and facilities
- 10. In-situ and laboratory experiments, benchmarks

Exhibition

The International Symposium on Experimental Vibration Analysis For Engineering Structures EVACES 2005 will allow professionals, around the world to exchange their view about the future of the profession.

The involvement of International Association of Bridge and Structural Engineering and of the French Association Civil Engineering represents an opportunity to meet all active professionals: contractors, suppliers, consulting engineers and academics.

The exhibition will give an opportunity to discover the latest methods and technologies, construction and testing equipments.

It is aimed at the major actors of the sector coming from both academic and professional worlds: research laboratories and universities, scientific societies, software companies, materials manufacturers, firms, private and public engineering consulting firms, with a special attention for the experts.

This exhibition will promote the relationships between professionals by enabling:
- the exhibitors to present and promote the most efficient equipment, software and job solutions as well as meeting French and international experts;
- the participants to compare products and abilities, to have access to the latest information and to receive the most judicious information. Both groups will be able to turn a friendly moment into a professionally useful one.

A special room near the conference room will be devoted to the exhibition. Coffee breaks will be served closed to this room.

Wednesday, October 26


- 8:30am - 9:30am : Participants registrations Coffee-breaks and visit of exhibition


- 9:30am-9:30 am Opening Session (LCPC, ENPC, Ch. Cremona)
- 9:30am Opportunities and Challenges in Health Monitoring of Constructed Systems by MIMO and Operational Modal Analysis Keynote lecture by E. Atkan


- 10:00-12:30 am Concurrent sessions

  • Concepts in vibration data / 6 papers presentation
  • Effects of shock and vibration on humans and facilities / 5 papers presentation

    12:30-14:00 pm Lunch


    - 2:00-3:20 pm Concurrent sessions
  • Vibration measurement (transducers, techniques...) / 4 papers presentation
  • Vibration isolation and mitigation (passive damping, semi-active and active control) / 4 papers presentation

    Coffee-breaks and visit of exhibition


    - 3:50-5:50 pm Concurrent sessions
  • Vibration measurement (transducers, techniques...) / 6 papers presentation
  • Structural monitoring / 6 papers presentation

    6:00pm pm Welcome cocktail and visit of exhibition

    Thursday, October 27


    - 8:30am Damage identification of the Tilff bridge by vibration monitoring using finite element model updating, Keynote lecture by G. De Roeck,


    - 9:00am -10:20 am Concurrent sessions
  • Model updating / 4 papers presentation
  • Sources of excitation / 4 papers presentation

    Coffee-breaks and visit of exhibition


    - 10:50am -12:20 am Concurrent sessions
  • In-situ and laboratory experiments, benchmarks (housing) / 6 papers presentation
  • In-situ and laboratory experiments, benchmarks (bridges) / 6 papers presentation

    12:20-14:00 pm Lunch

    2:00pm - 3:00pm Concurrent sessions
  • Vibration isolation and mitigation / 4 papers presentation
  • Sources of excitation / 3 papers presentation


    - 3:00pm Departure by car to Saint Emilion


    - 4:30pm - - 6:30pm: Visit of Saint-Emilion


    - 6:30pm - 7:30pm: Visit and degustation : " Château grand cru classé "


    - 8 :00pm : Gala dinner in Château Fombrauge

    Friday October,26


    - 9:00am Human-induced vibrations on footbridges Keynote lecture by A. Pavic,


    - 9:30am - 10:30am Concurrent sessions
  • In-situ and laboratory experiments, benchmarks (footbridges) / 3 papers presentation
  • Methodologies and standards / 3 papers presentation

    Coffee-breaks and visit of exhibition


    - 11:00am -1:00 pm Concurrent sessions
  • In-situ and laboratory experiments, benchmarks (footbridges) / 6 papers presentation
  • Structural integrity assessment / 6 papers presentation

    12:20-14:00 pm Lunch

    2:30pm - 4:30pm Concurrent sessions
  • Structural monitoring / 6 papers presentation
  • Vibration measurement / 4 papers presentation & Structural integrity assessment / 4 papers

    4:30pm-5:00 pm : Closure Session

    PREMIMINARY LIST OF PAPERS

1 - Vibration measurement (transducers, techniques...)


- Extraction of Structural Dynamic characteristics Using Non-Contact Videogrammetric Technique C.C. Chang, Y. Ji, Hong-Kong
- Pseudo Dynamic Testing of Subassemblage Based on Discrete-time State-space Integration through SCRAM-Net Configuration S-Y Chu, Taiwan
- Nonlinear Acoustic Methods for NDT I.N. Didenkulov, S.A. Lobastov, S.A.Novikov, A.A. Stromkov, Russia
- The Adequacy of Sensors’Layout for Complicated Structure X. Gao, China
- Clarification of the Effect of High-Speed Train Induced Vibrations on a Railway Steel Box Girder Bridge Using Laser Doppler Vibrometer T.Miyashita, H. Ishii, Y. Fujino, M. Seki, T. Shoji, Japan
- Evaluation of structural natural frequencies using image processing F.Marquez de Almeida Nogueira, F. de Souza Barbosa, L.P. da Silva Barra, Brasil
- Wireless vibration exploration J-L. Rouvet, France
- The Alternative method of the estimation of bridge structures displacements A. Strukelj, T. Plibersek, M. Pipenbaher, Slovenia
- Damage Assessment of Beam by an Impact-Echo Testing Method C-Y Wang, Taiwan

2 - Sources of excitation (testing machines, ambient excitation)


- Vibration testing of a Multi-Bay Long-Span Steel Composite Office Floor A. Barret, M. Setareh, T. M. Murray, USA
- System Identification of New Carquinez Bridge Using Ambient Vibration Response Data X. He, B. Moaveni, J. Conte, A. Elagaml, S. Masri, USA
- An Apparatus for Medium Scale Impact Tests T. Karna, I. Linna, I. Hakola, J. Juntunen, E. Jarvinen, Finland
- Identification of the source and impact of stay-cable vibrations A. Larsen, J.E. Andersen, Danemark
- Accuracy and Variation of Modal Parameters Estimated from Ambient Vibration Tests J.H.G. Macdonald, W. E. Daniell, UK
- Automated Vibration Monitoring of Civil Engineering structures B. Peeters, Belgium
- Modal Analysis of the Dubrovnik Bridge M. Rak, J. Krolo, Z. Savor, LJ.Herceg, D. Damjanovic, Croatia
- Modal Identification of Instrumented Bridges Using Earthquake-Induced Record D.M. Siringoringo, Y. Fujino, Japan
- Microtremor measurements conducted at a buliding for investigation of the effects of seismic isolation retrofit on vibration characteristics T. Toshinawa, Y. Masuzawa, Y. Hisada, Japan

3 - Concepts in vibration data analysis (modal analysis, wavelets, non linear, non stationary processes, stochastic methods)


- Sensor Fusion of Neka Bridge with Neural Network S. Ataei, A. Aghakouchak, M.S. Marefat, S. Mohammadzadeh, Iran
- Application of the artificial neurons networks in the generation of spectra response in free field A.Bekkouche, B. Derras, D. Zendagui, Algeria
- Extraction of Accidental Eccentricity Parameters from Ambient Vibration Records Using Artificial Neural Networks N. Bourahla, T. Boukhamacha, Algeria
- Recursive Time-Domain Modal Identification Technique Applied to Structural Monitoring C. Cremona, France
- Assessment of Dynamic Properties of Guadiana Cable-stayed Bridge base on Different Output-only Identification Techniques B.Magalhaes, E. Caetano, A. Cunha, Portugal
- Some Remarks About the Random Decrement Method I.D.M. Minko, M. Fogli, P. Bernard, France

4 - Vibration isolation and mitigation (passive damping, semi-active and active control)


- Control of suspension bridge nonlinear vibrations due to moving loads M. Abdel-Rohman, Kuwait
- A Matlab/Simulink Based Calculation of Equivalent Viscous Damping Ration of Rubber Isolator under Normal and Low Temperature Y. Du, H. Li, X. Dang, S. Di, C. Xiang, Q. Li
- Vibration mitigation of Floors Structure using Tuned Mass Dampers A.Fournol, F. Gérard, Y. Guilleminot, France
- Study of Combined Isolation Bearing for Highway Bridges Z. Hu, X. Xue, J. Liu, China
- An Experimental Study on the Control of a Variable oil Damper Using Friction Negative-Stiffness Control Law A.Igarashi, H. Iemura, A. Kalantari, Japan
- Full-Scale Tests on the Performance of Tuned Liquid Dampers T. Karna, E. Jarvinen, I. Hakola, Finland
- Diminution of bridge vibration for High-Speed Trains J.W. Kwark, E.S. Choi, W.J. Chin, B.S. Kim, Republic of Korea
- Retuning a Novel Tuned Mass Damper for Floor Vibration Control M. Setareh, T. M. Murray, USA
- Scrap Tire Pad: A cheaper way of Seismic Base Isolation A.Turer, B. Ozden, Turkey
- Damping Suppression of Lateral Vibration for the Existing Steel Truss Railway Bridges using TMD M. Wang; P. Gu, D-J. Wu, China
- Full-scale experiment and analytical solution of damper attached to a cable H. Zhou, L. Sun, China

5 - Model updating


- Inverse FEM : Model updating for non-linear static and linear dynamic systems C. Barnardo, South Africa
- Dynamic Identification and Model Updating of Steel-Concrete Composite Frame Structures F. Cafarella, Italy, Guido de Roeck, Belgium, W. Salvatore, Italy
- Model Updating of a Steel-Concrete Composite Frame Structure by a Multi-Level Approach G. Chellini, L. Nardini, Italy
- Dynamic characterization of Masonry Arch Bridges C. Costa, A. Arede, A. Costa, Portugal
- Damage Detection of a High-Performance Concrete Ductile Structure Subjected to Different Earthquake Excitations P. Paultre, B. Weber, Canada
- Structural Numerical Model Updating with help of Genetic Algorithm Using Data from Expermiental Modal Analysis P. Rosko,Austria

6 - Structural integrity assessment


- Dynamic Monitoring Applied to the Damage Detection of a Concrete Bridge A. Alvandi,J. Bastien, Canada, C. Cremona, France, M. Jolin, Canada
- Detection of Structural Modifications by Dynamic Assessment: An Example C. Cremona, France, A. Alvandi, Canada, MH. Inchauspé, L. Dieleman, France
- Dynamic and Static Behaviour of a Beam of the Merlebach Bridge R. Leconte, F. Goepfer, C. Cremona, France
- Nondestructive evaluation of bridges using vibration frequencies J. Radic, I. Mekjavic, Croatia
- Model of damage evolution of structural connections through dynamic measures M.C. Resende Farage, F. de Souza Barbosa, J.C. de Souza Guedes Filho, Brasil
- Damage evaluation of structures using dymanic measures F. de Souza Barbosa, C.C. Hasenclever Borges, A.A. Cury, A.R. Vilela, Brasil, C. Cremona, France
- Damage Assessment by Condensed Model Identification and Recovery with Substructural Approach: Numerical and Experimental Studies K.F. Tee, UK, C.G. Koh, S.T. Quek,Singapore
- Measurements of Bending Stiffness and Gravity Effects by experimental modal variations on steel tendons of bridges D. Tirelli, B. Viaccoz, G. Magonette, V. Renda, Italy
- Damage Detection by Ambient Vibration Monitoring H. Wenzel, Austria
- Nondestructive damage detection methods and damage detection accuracy on beam-type structures S. Xiao-yan, China
- A Vibration-based Statistical Approach for Local Structural Damage Detection L. Yan, A. Elgamal, USA

7 - Structural monitoring


- Correlating the Dynamic Behaviour of a Cable-Stayed Bridge from Ambient Vibration Testing and F.E. Models R. Alaggio, F. Benedettini, C. Caiazzo, C. Gentile, Italy
- Monitoring of composite bridges by dynamic tests J. Bien, P. Rawa, J. Zwolski, Poland
- Estimation of Cable Tensions from Frequency Measurements Y. Gautier, O. Moretti, C. Cremona, France
- Vibration Investigation of single Span Steel Bridges M. Heiden, K. Hofer, Austria
- Vibration Monitoring of Industrial Chimneys MH. Inchauspé, JF. Sageau, France
- Dynamic Analysis and Vibration Measurements of the Tanjong Rhu Suspension Footbridge, Singapore S. S. Keong, Z. Li, W. Kok Siong, Singapore
- Finite Element Modelling and Field Testing of Stadium Grandstand M. Peric, P. Reynolds, A. Pavic, UK
- Vibration Monitoring of a Four-Storey Retrofitted R/C Building A. Turer, P. Gulkan, E. Demirok, Turkey
- Vehicle-structure Interaction Studies for Railway Bridges Using a Model Optimized on Experimental Results A. Zambrano, M. Rauci, p. Malangone, Italy
- Ancient Metalic Railway Bridges:Experimental Analysis, Model Updating, Durability Assessment A. Zambrano, S. Granata, P. Malangone, Italy

8 - Methodologies and standards


- Vibration-Based Health Monitoring an Useful Approach? R. Geier, R. Flesh, M. S. Deix, Austria
- Development of a serviceability Criterion for Pedestrian Bridges based on Monitored Vibration Amplitudes M. Kasperski, E. Agu, C. Sahnaci, Germany
- Objectives on International Collaboration in Developing Integrated Concepts for Vibration Data analysis H. Wenzel, Austria

9 - Effects of shock and vibration on humans and facilities


- Vibration Control of Sensitive Manufacturing Facilities JMW. Brownjohn, UK
- Study of the Effects Caused by the Powerhouse Vibrations upon the Structures of the Production Building at the Itaipu Hydroelectric Powar Plant M.A. Camargo Juliani, L. Schreiner Garcez Lopes, L. Becocci, A.S. Fiorini, M.A. Lopez Paredes, Brasil
- Vibration Propagation in Production Facility MH. Inchauspé, JM. Daurat, France
- Wave Propagation Behavior of Multi-Frame Structures A. Nishida, Japan
- Vibration Pollution due to Building Sites MH. Inchauspé, S. Baron, France

10 - In-situ and laboratory experiments, benchmark


- Dynamic Testing of the I-235 Pedestrian Bridge for Human Induced Vibration M. Accardo, S. Stoyanoff, D.D. Byers, J.P. Boschert, Canada
- Comparison of dynamical behaviour of footbridges with steel or concrete decks J. Biliszczuk,P. Hawryszkow, C. Machelski, J. Tadla, Poland
- Experimental modal analysis of the Millau bridge Y. Gautier, O. Moretti, C. Cremona, France
- Dynamic Investigation of an Historic Suspension Footbridge C. Gentile, N. Gallino, Italy
- Vibromonitoring of historical building structures in St.-Petersburg V. Il’kov, V. Maslov, A. Pyshin, Russia
- Investigation of Dynamic Response of Cable-Stayed Footbridge Z. Kamaitis, A.J. Notkus, Lithuania
- Experimental vibration analysis of aluminium bridge deck panel W. Lakota, T. Siwowski, Poland
- Exploitation of the free and forced vibrations cables of engineering civil D. Siegert, L. Dieng, P. Brevet, France
- Full scale modal measurements of the Ile d’Orleans Suspension Bridge M. Talbot, S. Soyanoff, Canada Vibration Tests on a three-span stress-ribbon bridge V. Zabel, B. Winkel, C. Bucher, France Model Updating of Cracked Steel Beam on the Basis of Vibration Tests J. Zwolski, Poland

In-situ and laboratory experiments, benchmark: housing


- Numerical and Experimental Studies of the Braga Sports Stadium suspended Roof E. Caetano, A. Cunha, R.F. Furtado, Portugal
- Interest of in situ experiments for seismic analysis of existing buildings S. Hans, C. Boutin, E. Ibraim, P. Roussillon, France
- Dynamic testing and chracterisation of the New Braga Stadium large span suspension roof M. Marini, N. Cosentino, M. Majowiecki, Italy
- Study of bell swinging induced vibrations of bell tower of Metz cathedral (France) A. Patron-solares, C. Bottineau, R. Leconte, C. Cremona, France
- Ambient Vibration Testing & System Identification of Tall Structures A. Yoshida, Y. Tamura, Japan

In-situ and laboratory experiments, benchmark: civil engineering structures


- Assessment of the State and Serviceability of Existing Structures in Bulgaria by Vibration In situ Tests D. Dimov, O. Ganchev, P. Sotirov,, Bulgaria
- Experimental Evaluation of the dynamic response of several sections of the new high speed railway line in the Netherlands F. Galanti, A. Maijenburg, C. Esveld, J. Tunnissen, The Netherlands
- Dynamic Performance of Glulam Timber Arch Highway Bridge H. Honda, T. Sasaki, Japan
- Experimental Evaluation of Modal Parameters of Incrementally Prestressed Concrete Beams for Railway Bridges S.I. Kim, M-S. Hong, N-S. Kim, J-H. Cheung, J-S. Ahn, South Korea
- Vibration Measurements on Small to Medium Single-Span Railway Bridges C. Rebelo, L. Simoes da Silva, M. Pircher, C. Rigueiro, M. Heiden, Portugal

Participants

- Stefan DEIX - ARSENAL RESEARCH / AUTRICHE
- Alain FOURNOL - AVLS / FRANCE
- Boumédiène DERRAS - CENTRE UNIVERS. MOULAY TAHAR SAIDA /ALGERIE
- Renaud LECONTE - Responsable Section Ouvrages Métaliques - CETE DE LYON-LRPC / FRANCE
- Yves GAUTIER - CETE DU SUD-OUEST / FRANCE
- Thibault BRUNEL de BONNEVILLE - Responsable Sce Instrumentation OA - CETE MEDITERRANEE / FRANCE
- Atef MOUSSA - DAR AL-HANDASAH CONSULTANTS / EGYPTE
- Arjan MAIJENBURG - DELTA MARINE CONSULTANTS BV / PAYS BAS
- Francesco BENEDETTINI - DISAT - UNIVERSITY OF L’AQUILA / ITALIE
- Stéphane HANS - ENTPE / FRANCE
- Elsa CAETANO - FACULDADE DE ENGENHARIA DA / PORTUGAL
- Ivana MEKJAVIC - FACULTY OF CIVIL ENGINEERING / CROATIE
- Mohamad ZAKI - Assistant Professor - Housing and Building Research Center / EGYPTE
- Yongfeng DU - INSTITUTE OF EARTHQUAKE PROTECTION / CHINE
- Lee IN-WON - Professor and Director - KAIST - NATIONAL RESEARCH LABORATORY / COREE
- Hideyuki HONDA - KANAZAWA INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY / JAPON
- Guido DE ROECK - KATHOLIEKE UNIVERSITEIT LEUVEN / BELGIQUE
- Edwin REYNDERS - KATHOLIEKE UNIVERSITEIT LEUVEN / BELGIQUE
- Alexander PYSHIN - KRYLOV SHIPBUILDING RESEARCH INSTITUTE / RUSSIE
- Viacheslav MASLOV - KRYLOV SHIPBUILDING RESEARCH INSTITUTE / RUSSIE
- Akira IGARASHI - KYOTO UNIVERSITY / JAPON
- Kok Siong WONG - Land transport authority / SINGAPOURE
- Thierry KRETZ - LCPC / FRANCE
- Bruno GODART - Ingénieur Divisionnaire - Chef de Division - LCPC / FRANCE
- Alberto PATRON-SOLARES - Chercheur - LCPC / FRANCE
- Lamine DIENG - LCPC DE NANTES / FRANCE
- Bart PEETERS - LMS INTERNATIONAL / BELGIQUE
- Takumi TOSHINAWA - MEISEI UNIVERSITY / JAPON
- Ahmet TURER - MIDDLE EAST TECHNICAL UNIVERSITY / TURQUIE
- Martin TALBOT - MINISTERE TRANSPORTS DU QUEBEC / CANADA
- Marco ACCARDO - RWDI / CANADA
- Stoyan STOYANOFF - RWDI / CANADA
- Sébastien BARON - SITES / FRANCE
- Luc DIELEMAN - Ingénieur Recherche Génie Civil - SNCF - DIRECTION DE L’INGENIERIE / FRANCE
- Daniel GSELL - SWISS FEDERAL LABORATORIES OF / SUISSE
- Glauco FELTRIN - SWISS FEDERAL LABORATORIES OF / SUISSE
- Marko HEIDEN - TDV GmbH / AUTRICHE
- Flavio GALANTI - TNO BUILT ENVIRONMENT & GEOSCIENCES / PAYS BAS
- Ignace Davy MENDOUME MINKO - UFR RECHERCHE SCIENTIFIQUE & TECHNIQUE / FRANCE
- Joseph MORLIER - UNIVERSITE BORDEAUX 1 / FRANCE
- Patrick PAULTRE - UNIVERSITE DE SHERBROOKE / CANADA
- Alireza ALVANDI - UNIVERSITE LAVAL / CANADA
- Michael FRASER - UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA / ETATS UNIS D’AMERIQUE
- Linjun YAN - UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA / ETATS UNIS D’AMERIQUE
- Joel CONTE - UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA / ETATS UNIS D’AMERIQUE
- Carlos REBELO - UNIVERSITY OF COIMBRA / PORTUGAL
- Kong Fah TEE - UNIVERSITY OF PLYMOUTH / GRANDE BRETAGNE
- James BROWNJOHN - UNIVERSITY OF SHEFFIELD / GRANDE BRETAGNE
- Milan PERIC - UNIVERSITY OF SHEFFIELD / GRANDE BRETAGNE
- Aleksandar PAVIC - UNIVERSITY OF SHEFFIELD / GRANDE BRETAGNE
- Stana ZIVANOVIC - UNIVERSITY OF SHEFFIELD / GRANDE BRETAGNE
- Hironori ISHII - UNIVERSITY OF TOKYO / JAPON
- Miyashita TAKESHI - UNIVERSITY OF TOKYO / JAPON
- Dionysius SIRINGORINGO - UNIVERSITY OF TOKYO / JAPON
- Helmut WENZEL - VCE HOLDING GMBH / AUTRICHE
- Algirdas Jonas NOTKUS - VILNIUS GEDIMINAS TECHNICAL UNIVERSITY
- Anthony BARRETT - VIRGINIA TECH / ETATS UNIS D’AMERIQUE
- Thomas MURRAY - VIRGINIA TECH / ETATS UNIS D’AMERIQUE
- Jan BIEN - WROCLAW UNIVERSITY OF TECHNOLOGY / POLOGNE
- Pawel HAWRYSZKOW - WROCLAW UNIVERSITY OF TECHNOLOGY / POLOGNE
- Jaroslaw ZWOLSKI - WROCLAW UNIVERSITY OF TECHNOLOGY / POLOGNE

   


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