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  1. Chidambaram, Palani Kumar; Kim, Heuy-Dong: A numerical study on the water droplet erosion of blade surfaces (2018)
  2. Fu, Qiushi; Qian, Jiang; Beskos, Dimitri E.: Inelastic anisotropic constitutive models based on evolutionary linear transformations on stress tensors with application to masonry (2018)
  3. Holzwarth, Philip; Walker, Nadine; Eberhard, Peter: Interface reduction of linear mechanical systems with a modular setup (2018)
  4. Ortega-Casanova, J.; Lai, C.-H.: CFD study on laminar mixing at a very low Reynolds number by pitching and heaving a square cylinder (2018)
  5. Ouzandja, Djamel; Tiliouine, Boualem; Ouzandja, Toufiq: Nonlinear seismic response of concrete gravity dams (2018)
  6. Qin, Denghui; Pan, Guang; Huang, Qiaogao; Zhang, Zhengdong; Ke, Jiujiu: Numerical investigation of different tip clearances effect on the hydrodynamic performance of pumpjet propulsor (2018)
  7. Rao, Singiresu S.: The finite element method in engineering (2018)
  8. Yang, Yongtao; Tang, Xuhai; Zheng, Hong; Liu, Quansheng: Four-node quadrilateral element with continuous nodal stress for geometrical nonlinear analysis (2018)
  9. Al-Hussein, Abdullah; Haldar, Achintya: Complexities in assessing structural health of civil infrastructures (2017)
  10. Bauer, S. M.; Kashtanova, S. V.; Morozov, N. F.; Semenov, B. N.: Stability loss in an infinite plate with a circular inclusion under uniaxial tension (2017)
  11. Bendine, Kouider; Boukhoulda, Benallel Farouk; Nouari, Mohammed; Satla, Zouaoui: Structural modeling and active vibration control of smart FGM plate through ANSYS (2017)
  12. Cecilia, José M.; Hernández-Díaz, A. M.; Castrillo, Pedro; Jiménez-Alonso, J. F.: Enhanced calculation of eigen-stress field and elastic energy in atomistic interdiffusion of alloys (2017)
  13. Cho, Kyu Nam: Fatigue analysis of an ocean shaft structure by using numerical code (2017)
  14. Chu, Yung-Jeh; Chong, Wen-Tong: A biomimetic wind turbine inspired by \itDryobalanops aromatica seed: numerical prediction of rigid rotor blade performance with OpenFOAM$^\circledR$ (2017)
  15. Dao, Thanh-Phong; Huang, Shyh-Chour: Design and multi-objective optimization for a broad self-amplified 2-DOF monolithic mechanism (2017)
  16. Evkin, Alexander; Kolesnikov, Maxim; Prikazchikov, Danila A.: Buckling of a spherical shell under external pressure and inward concentrated load: asymptotic solution (2017)
  17. Gravenkamp, Hauke; Duczek, Sascha: Automatic image-based analyses using a coupled quadtree-SBFEM/SCM approach (2017)
  18. Kumar, Deepak; Dhiman, Amit Kumar: Computations of incompressible fluid flow around a long square obstacle near a wall: laminar forced flow and thermal characteristics (2017)
  19. Meierbachtol, Collin S.; Svyatskiy, Daniil; Delzanno, Gian Luca; Vernon, Louis J.; Moulton, J. David: An electrostatic particle-in-cell code on multi-block structured meshes (2017)
  20. Moaveni, S.: Reconstruction of the area-moment-of-inertia of a rotor blade using a shifting point-load and the end-slope (2017)

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