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Multibody dynamics as a tool for historical research: Study of an 18th century piano action of Johann Andreas Stein

Bibliographic reference Bokiau, Baudouin ; Ceulemans, Anne-Emmanuelle ; Fisette, Paul. Multibody dynamics as a tool for historical research: Study of an 18th century piano action of Johann Andreas Stein. In: Multibody System Dynamics, Vol. ?, no.?, p. ? (2016)
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