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  5. Jiménez Rios, Alejandro; O’Dwyer, Dermot: Numerical modeling of cob’s nonlinear monotonic structural behavior (2020)
  6. Józsa, Viktor; Kovács, Róbert: Solving problems in thermal engineering. A toolbox for engineers (2020)
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  8. Kulikov, Gennady M.: Application of strong SaS formulation and enhanced DQ method to 3D stress analysis of rectangular plates (2020)
  9. Li, Lei; Chang, Qi; Zhou, Changcong; Wang, Wenxuan; Zhang, Zheng: Sensitivity analysis-based optimization: a case study with the MTBF of an aeronautical hydraulic pipeline system (2020)
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  15. Rutkowski, Mariusz; Gryglas, Wojciech; Szumbarski, Jacek; Leonardi, Christopher; Łaniewski-Wołłk, Łukasz: Open-loop optimal control of a flapping wing using an adjoint lattice Boltzmann method (2020)
  16. Shabana, Ahmed A.; Desai, Chintan J.; Grossi, Emanuele; Patel, Mohil: Generalization of the strain-split method and evaluation of the nonlinear ANCF finite elements (2020)
  17. Shen, Xiaoqin; Yang, Qian; Li, Linjin; Gao, Zhiming; Wang, Tiantian: Numerical approximation of the dynamic Koiter’s model for the hyperbolic parabolic shell (2020)
  18. Wang, Yanan; Hu, Zhiwei; Thompson, David: Numerical investigations on the flow over cubes with rounded corners and the noise emitted (2020)
  19. Xu, George; Lim, Arthur; Gopalan, Harish; Lou, Jing; Poh, Hee Joo: CFD simulation of chemical gas dispersion under atmospheric boundary conditions (2020)
  20. Zhu, Jun; Li, Xiaojun; Liang, Jianwen: 3D seismic responses of a long lined tunnel in layered poro-viscoelastic half-space by a hybrid FE-BE method (2020)

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