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Publication YearTitleAuthor(s), Editor(s), Other Contributor(s)Publication Type
2014Simulation of blast waves by using mapping technology in EUROPLEXUSLARCHER Martin; CASADEI FOLCO; SOLOMOS GeorgeEUR - Scientific and Technical Research Reports
2011Simulation of laminated glass loaded by air blast wavesLARCHER Martin; TEICH Martien; GEBBEKEN Norbert; SOLOMOS George; CASADEI Folco; GRECIA Falcon; SONIA SarmientoContributions to Conferences
2006Simulation of the MARA 10 test representing a core disruptive accidentCASADEI FOLCO; ROBBE Marie-France; LEPAREUX MichelArticles in Journals
2010Simulation terroristischer Anschläge in MassenverkehrsmittelnLARCHER Martin; SOLOMOS George; CASADEI Folco; GEBBEKEN NorbertArticles in Journals
2008Spatial Time Step Partitioning in Explicit Fast Transient DynamicsCASADEI FOLCOEUR - Scientific and Technical Research Reports
2011Strong and weak forms of a fully non-conforming FSI algorithm in fast transient dynamics for blast loading of structuresCASADEI Folco; LARCHER Martin; LECONTE NicolasContributions to Conferences
2012Strong and Weak Forms of a Fully Non-conforming FSI Algorithm in Fast Transient Dynamics for Blast Loading of StructuresCASADEI Folco; LARCHER Martin; LECONTE NicolasContributions to Conferences
2001Transients Fluid-Structure Interaction Algorithms for Large Industrial Applications.CASADEI Folco; HALLEUX Jean pierre; SALA A.; CHILLE F.Articles in Journals
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