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Article

Ainalis, Daniel, Rouillard, Vincent ORCID: 0000-0002-8936-0103 and Sek, Michael (2018) Estimation of road transport vehicle dynamic characteristics using random decrement analysis and on-the-road vibration data. International Journal of Vehicle Design, 76 (1-4). pp. 140-162. ISSN 0143-3369

Ainalis, Daniel, Rouillard, Vincent ORCID: 0000-0002-8936-0103 and Sek, Michael (2017) Practical Considerations for Estimating Road Vehicle Frequency Response Functions from Response Data. Packaging Technology and Science, 30 (4). 127 - 144. ISSN 0894-3214

Ainalis, Daniel, Rouillard, Vincent ORCID: 0000-0002-8936-0103 and Sek, Michael (2016) Estimating the ride quality characteristics of vehicles with random decrement analysis of on-the-road vibration response data. Vehicle System Dynamics, 54 (6). 765 - 783. ISSN 0042-3114

Ainalis, Daniel, Rouillard, Vincent ORCID: 0000-0002-8936-0103 and Sek, Michael (2015) On-the-road Measurements to Establish the Dynamic Characteristics of Transport Vehicles. Packaging Technology and Science, 28. 657 - 671. ISSN 0894-3214

Ainalis, Daniel, Rouillard, Vincent ORCID: 0000-0002-8936-0103 and Sek, Michael (2014) Issues with combining road elevation spectral models and vehicle vibration response to estimate vehicle dynamic characteristics. Packaging Technology and Science, 28 (3). 253 - 270. ISSN 0894-3214

Lamb, Matthew, Rouillard, Vincent and Ainalis, Daniel (2011) A multi-resolution time domain technique for monitoring fatigue progression in elements subjected to random loads. Australian Journal of Mechanical Engineering, 8 (2). pp. 103-112. ISSN 1448-4846

Book Section

Ainalis, Daniel, Rouillard, Vincent and Sek, Michael A (2012) Evaluation of experimental techniques for establishing vehicle suspension characteristics. In: Proceedings: the 7th Australasian Congress on Applied Mechanics (ACAM 7), 9-12 December 2012, the University of Adelaide, North Terrace Campus. Engineers Australia, Barton, A.C.T., pp. 788-799.

Lamb, Matthew, Rouillard, Vincent and Ainalis, Daniel (2011) An adaptive impulse response technique for evaluating the performance of structural elements. In: Incorporating sustainable practice in mechanics and structures of materials : proceedings of the 21st Australian Conference on the Mechanics of Structures and Materials, Melbourne, Australia, 7-10 December 2010. Fragomeni, Sam and Venkatesan, Srikanth, eds. CRC Press, Boca Raton , pp. 769-773.

Lamb, Matthew, Rouillard, Vincent and Ainalis, Daniel (2011) A practical approach to Fourier analysis for monitoring structural integrity. In: Incorporating sustainable practice in mechanics and structures of materials : proceedings of the 21st Australian Conference on the Mechanics of Structures and Materials, Melbourne, Australia, 7-10 December 2010. Fragomeni, Sam and Venkatesan, Srikanth, eds. CRC Press, Boca Raton, pp. 763-768.

Lamb, Matthew, Rouillard, Vincent and Ainalis, Daniel (2010) A Multi-resolution Time Domain Technique for Monitoring Fatigue Progression in Elements Subjected to Random Loads. In: Proceedings of the 6th Australasian Congress on Applied Mechanics. Engineers Australia, Perth, Australia , pp. 500-509.

Lamb, Matthew, Rouillard, Vincent and Ainalis, Daniel (2010) A Practical Study of Fourier Analysis for Monitoring Fatigue Progression in Elements Subjected to Random Loads. In: Proceedings of the 6th Australasian Congress on Applied Mechanics. Engineers Australia, Perth, Australia , pp. 490-499.

Conference or Workshop Item

Ainalis, Daniel, Rouillard, Vincent ORCID: 0000-0002-8936-0103 and Sek, Michael (2014) Issues with the Experimental Characterisation of Automotive Shock Absorbers for Vehicle Dynamic Simulations. In: Australasian Congress on Applied Mechanics, 25 November 2014-26 November 2014, Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre.

Thesis

Ainalis, Daniel (2014) Estimating the Dynamic Characteristics of Road Vehicles Using Vibration Response Data. PhD thesis, Victoria University.