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  2. Dehning, Carsten; Bierwisch, Claas; Kraft, Torsten: Co-simulations of discrete and finite element codes (2015)
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  4. Shutov, A.V.; Landgraf, R.; Ihlemann, J.: An explicit solution for implicit time stepping in multiplicative finite strain viscoelasticity (2013)
  5. Bormotin, K.S.; Oleĭnikov, A.I.: Variational principles and optimal solutions of the inverse problems of creep bending of plates (2012)
  6. Cardoso, Rui P.R.; Yoon, Jeong Whan: Stress integration method for a nonlinear kinematic/isotropic hardening model and its characterization based on polycrystal plasticity (2009)
  7. Mallon, N.J.; Fey, R.H.B.; Nijmeijer, H.: Dynamic stability of a thin cylindrical shell with top mass subjected to harmonic base-acceleration (2008)
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  9. Sze, K. Y.; Zheng, S.-J.: A stabilized hybrid-stress solid element for geometrically nonlinear homogeneous and laminated shell analyses (2002)