Materials and Structures (2012) 45:637 DOI 10.1617/s11527-012-9838-x RETRACTION NOTE Retraction Note: Retraction of a Plagiarized Article: Period of vibrations of framed structures • • K. Demagh H. Chabil H. Turkia Published online: 10 February 2012 RILEM 2012 Retraction note to: Materials and Structures (2006) was reproduced without any form of autorisation in 39:259–267 the paper authored by K. Demagh, H. Chabil, and DOI 10.1617/s11527-005-9008-5 H. Turkia. This is clearly a case of plagiarism that goes against A careful analysis of the paper entitled ‘‘Period of the publication policy of Materials and Structures and vibrations of framed structures’’ published in Volume Springer. This is why I have asked our publisher to 39 of Materials and Structures (2006), pp. 259–267 attach the present retraction note to the paper authored has led me to the conclusion that this contribution was by K. Demagh, H. Chabil, and H. Turkia. essentially similar to another paper authored by Materials and Structures, as any other journal professor H. Adeli entitled ‘‘Approximate Formulae published by Springer, prides itself on the publication for Period of Vibrations of Building Systems’’, which of high-quality and original contributions. I offer my had been published in 1985 in Volume 4 (issue number sincere apologies to professor Adeli for this unaccept- 1) of the International Journal of Civil Engineering able situation. for Practicing and Design Engineers, pp. 93–128. In Jacques Marchand fact more than 75% of the text in professor Adeli’s Editor-in-Chief original contribution (including all the key equations) The online version of the original article can be found under doi:10.1617/s11527-005-9008-5. K. Demagh (&) Department of Civil Engineering, University of Batna, Batna, Algeria H. Chabil Department of Civil Engineering, University of Constantine, Constantine, Algeria H. Turkia University of Batna, Batna, Algeria
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