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  1. Sellgren, Ulf; Olofsson, Ulf: Application of a constitutive model for micro-slip in finite element analysis (1999)
  2. West, Roger P.; Pavlović, Milija N.: Finite element model sensitivity in the vibration of partially embedded beams (1999)
  3. Grédiac, M.; Pierron, F.: A (T)-shaped specimen for the direct characterization of orthotropic materials (1998)
  4. Haug, E. J.; Pan, W.: Optimal inertia lumping from modal mass matrices for structural dynamics (1998)
  5. Nicholson, D. W.; Lin, B.: Incremental finite element equations for thermomechanical response of elastomers: Effect of boundary conditions including contact (1998)
  6. Turvey, G. J.; Salehi, M.: Large deflection analysis of eccentrically stiffened sector plates (1998)
  7. Gendron, Guy: A review of four PC packages for FE structural analysis (1997)
  8. Patnaik, Surya N.; Coroneos, Rula M.; Hopkins, Dale A.: Dynamic animation of stress modes via the integrated force method of structural analysis (1997)
  9. Pletner, Baruch; Abramovich, Haim: Consistent methodology for the modeling of piezolaminated shells (1997)
  10. Marchiando, J. F.: Application of the collocation method in three dimensions to a model semiconductor problem (1996)
  11. Nicholson, D. W.; Lin, B.: Theory and thermohyperelasticity for near-incompressible elastomers (1996)
  12. Rajakumar, C.; Ali, Ashraf: Boundary element-finite element coupled eigenanalysis of fluid-structure systems (1996)
  13. Rubinstein, D.; Galili, N.; Libai, A.: Direct and inverse dynamics of a very flexible beam (1996)
  14. Sheinman, Izhak; Eisenberger, Moshe; Bernstein, Yair: High-order element for prebuckling and buckling analysis of laminated plane frames (1996)
  15. Türkmen, Halit S.; Mecitoğlu, Zahit; Borat, Oğuz: Nonlinear structural response of laminated composite panels subjected to blast loadings (1996)
  16. Zeng, L. F.; Horrigmoe, G.; Andersen, R.: Numerical implementation of constitutive integration for rate-independent elastoplasticity (1996)
  17. Aminpour, Mohammad A.; Ransom, Jonathan B.; McCleary, Susan L.: A coupled analysis method for structures with independently modelled finite element subdomains (1995)
  18. Crytser, T.; Nandi, G. C.; Hinman Sweeney, E. M.; Dwivedi, S. N.; Tobbe, Patrick A.; Lyons, D. W.: Finite element design of manipulator-coupled spacecraft for a research testbed. (1995) ioport
  19. Davalos, Julio F.; Kim, Youngchan; Barbero, Ever J.: A layerwise beam element for analysis of frames with laminated sections and flexible joints (1995)
  20. Kermanidis, Th. B.; Mavrothanasis, F. I.: Calculation of mode III stress intensity factor by BEM for cracked axisymmetric bodies (1995)

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