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Finite Element Analysis of Cable-Stayed Bridges with Appropriate Initial Shapes Under Seismic Excitations Focusing on Deck-Stay Interaction

By Ming-Yi Liu and Pao-Hsii Wang

Submitted: November 28th 2011Reviewed: May 5th 2012Published: August 8th 2012

DOI: 10.5772/48440

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