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  1. Hafien, Chedhli; Mbarek, Talel Ben: Reduced order model for the lift coefficient of an airfoil equipped with extrados and/or trailing edge flexible flaps (2019)
  2. Miguel A.Rodriguez; Christoph M. Augustin; Shawn C.Shadden: FEniCS mechanics: A package for continuum mechanics simulations (2019) not zbMATH
  3. Adrian R.G. Harwood, Joseph O’Connor, Jonathan Sanchez Muñoz, Marta Camps Santasmasas, Alistair J. Revell: LUMA: A many-core, Fluid–Structure Interaction solver based on the Lattice-Boltzmann Method (2018) not zbMATH
  4. Bagheri, M. R.; Kordani, N.; Sadough Vanini, S. A.: Multi-scale simulation of double-walled carbon nanotube-reinforced composites (2018)
  5. Bi, Zhuming: Finite element analysis applications. A systematic and practical approach (2018)
  6. Brovko, G. L.: A generalized theory of stress and strain measures in the classical continuum mechanics (2018)
  7. Chidambaram, Palani Kumar; Kim, Heuy-Dong: A numerical study on the water droplet erosion of blade surfaces (2018)
  8. Fu, Qiushi; Qian, Jiang; Beskos, Dimitri E.: Inelastic anisotropic constitutive models based on evolutionary linear transformations on stress tensors with application to masonry (2018)
  9. Holzwarth, Philip; Walker, Nadine; Eberhard, Peter: Interface reduction of linear mechanical systems with a modular setup (2018)
  10. Islam, Md. Rashedul; Wood, Ian; Zhu, David Z.: Selective withdrawal from an intake channel connected to a reservoir (2018)
  11. Kalateh, Farhoud; Koosheh, Ali: Finite element analysis of flexible structure and cavitating nonlinear acoustic fluid interaction under shock wave loading (2018)
  12. Kumar, Harsha; Nagarajan, Gnanasekaran: A Bayesian inference approach: estimation of heat flux from fin for perturbed temperature data (2018)
  13. Naumann, Andreas; Ruprecht, Daniel; Wensch, Joerg: Toward transient finite element simulation of thermal deformation of machine tools in real-time (2018)
  14. 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)
  15. Osama, A. Marzouk: Radiant heat transfer in nitrogen-free combustion environments (2018)
  16. Ouzandja, Djamel; Tiliouine, Boualem; Ouzandja, Toufiq: Nonlinear seismic response of concrete gravity dams (2018)
  17. 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)
  18. Rao, Singiresu S.: The finite element method in engineering (2018)
  19. Schurr, Dennis; Holzwarth, Philip; Eberhard, Peter: Investigation of dynamic stress recovery in elastic gear simulations using different reduction techniques (2018)
  20. Yang, Yongtao; Tang, Xuhai; Zheng, Hong; Liu, Quansheng: Four-node quadrilateral element with continuous nodal stress for geometrical nonlinear analysis (2018)

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