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  4. Vogeltanz, Tomáš: A survey of free software for the design, analysis, modelling, and simulation of an unmanned aerial vehicle (2016)
  5. Wang, Dongdong; Liang, Qingwen; Zhang, Hanjie: A superconvergent isogeometric formulation for eigenvalue computation of three dimensional wave equation (2016)
  6. Felippa, Carlos; Guo, Qiong; Park, K.: Mass matrix templates: general description and 1D examples (2015)
  7. Kim, Nam-Ho: Introduction to nonlinear finite element analysis (2015)
  8. Zhang, Jianming: An automatic simulation tool for thermal analysis of gravity dams by BFM (2014)
  9. Morino, Hiroyuki; Obayashi, Shigeru: Knowledge extraction for structural design of regional jet horizontal tail using multi-objective design exploration (MODE) (2013) ioport
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  13. Rezaiee-Pajand, Mohammad; Yaghoobi, Majid: Formulating an effective generalized four-sided element (2012)
  14. Sun, Pengtao; Zhou, Su; Hu, Qiya; Liang, Guoping: Numerical study of a 3D two-phase PEM fuel cell model via a novel automated finite element/finite volume program generator (2012)
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  16. Park, Gyung-Jin: Technical overview of the equivalent static loads method for non-linear static response structural optimization (2011) ioport
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  18. Rao, S. S.: The finite element method in engineering (2011)
  19. Tornabene, Francesco: Retracted article: Free vibrations of laminated composite doubly-curved shells and panels of revolution via the GDQ method (2011)
  20. Xie, Changchuan; Yang, Chao: Linearization method of nonlinear aeroelastic stability for complete aircraft with high-aspect-ratio wings (2011)

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