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  4. Fallah, A.; Ahmadian, M.T.; Firozbakhsh, K.; Aghdam, M.M.: Micromechanical modeling of rate-dependent behavior of connective tissues (2017)
  5. Fan, Yong; Zhu, Zheming; Kang, Jiming; Fu, Yangcheng: The mutual effects between two unequal collinear cracks under compression (2017)
  6. Gao, Jinling; Yao, Wenjuan; Liu, Jiankang: Temperature stress analysis for bi-modulus beam placed on Winkler foundation (2017)
  7. George Papazafeiropoulos, Miguel Muniz-Calvente, Emilio Martínez-Paneda: Abaqus2Matlab: A suitable tool for finite element post-processing (2017) arXiv
  8. Lezgy-Nazargah, M.: Assessment of refined high-order global-local theory for progressive failure analysis of laminated composite beams (2017)
  9. Li, Rui; Wang, Bin; Lv, Yifan; Zhang, Qi; Wang, Haoyang; Jin, Fengyu; Teng, Fei; Wang, Bo: New analytic solutions for static problems of rectangular thin plates point-supported at three corners (2017)
  10. Rao, Singiresu: The finite element method in engineering (to appear) (2017)
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  12. Sharifnia, Mahdi; Akbarzadeh, Alireza: A constrained assumed modes method for dynamics of a flexible planar serial robot with prismatic joints (2017)
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  16. Abolghasemi, S.; Eipakchi, H.R.; Shariati, M.: An analytical procedure to study vibration of rectangular plates under non-uniform in-plane loads based on first-order shear deformation theory (2016) ioport
  17. Arregui-Mena, José David; Margetts, Lee; Mummery, Paul M.: Practical application of the stochastic finite element method (2016)
  18. Augustins, L.; Billardon, R.; Hild, F.: Constitutive model for flake graphite cast iron automotive brake discs: induced anisotropic damage model under complex loadings (2016)
  19. Augustins, L.; Billardon, R.; Hild, F.: Constitutive model for flake graphite cast iron automotive brake discs: from macroscopic multiscale models to a 1D rheological description (2016)
  20. Bak, Brian L.V.; Turon, Albert; Lindgaard, Esben; Lund, Erik: A simulation method for high-cycle fatigue-driven delamination using a cohesive zone model (2016)

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