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  1. Gadala, Mohamed S.: Finite elements for engineers with ANSYS applications (2020)
  2. Gao, Jie; Xiao, Mi; Gao, Liang; Yan, Jinhui; Yan, Wentao: Isogeometric topology optimization for computational design of re-entrant and chiral auxetic composites (2020)
  3. Gholipour, Alireza; Ghayesh, Mergen H.; Zander, Anthony C.; Psaltis, Peter J.: In vivo based biomechanics of right and left coronary arteries (2020)
  4. Guyot, M. K.; Ormiston, S. J.; Soliman, H. M.: Numerical analysis of two-phase flow from a stratified region through two side branches (2020)
  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)
  7. Jung, Jaeho; Yoon, Kyungho; Lee, Phill-Seung: Deep learned finite elements (2020)
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  9. Kontogiannis, Spyridon G.; Savill, Mark A.: A generalized methodology for multidisciplinary design optimization using surrogate modelling and multifidelity analysis (2020)
  10. Kralik, Juraj; Kralik, J. jun.: Probabilistic assessment to analyze of steel hall collapse due to extreme wind impact (2020)
  11. Kulikov, Gennady M.: Application of strong SaS formulation and enhanced DQ method to 3D stress analysis of rectangular plates (2020)
  12. Liao, Yixiang: Update to the MUSIG model in ANSYS CFX for reliable modelling of bubble coalescence and breakup (2020)
  13. 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)
  14. Lolić, Damjan; Zupan, Dejan; Brojan, Miha: A consistent strain-based beam element with quaternion representation of rotations (2020)
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  16. Nassit, Mariame; El Harif, Abderrahmane; Berbia, Hassan; Taha Janan, Mourad: A new analytical method for spherical thin shells’ axisymmetric vibrations (2020)
  17. Obrezkov, Leonid P.; Matikainen, Marko K.; Harish, Ajay B.: A finite element for soft tissue deformation based on the absolute nodal coordinate formulation (2020)
  18. Pokrovskiy, A. M.; Dubovitskiy, E. I.; Chermoshentseva, A. S.: Calculation of critical depth of edge crack in the main oil pipeline in the neighborhood of a transverse welded joint (2020)
  19. Praharaj, Rajendra K.; Datta, N.: On the transient response of plates on fractionally damped viscoelastic foundation (2020)
  20. Preethi, A. Angelin Peace; Karthigaikumar, P.: Micro-machined silicon accelerometer with piezoresistive SCR implementation for glucolysis (2020)

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