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106
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113
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114
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115
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116
H. Borouchaki, F. Hecht, E. Saltel, and P.L. George.
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117
H.L. deCougny, M.S. Shephard, and C. Ozturan.
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118
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119
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120
P. Hansbo.
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121
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122
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123
S.H Lo.
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124
D.L. Marcum and N.P. Weatherill.
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AIAA Journal, 33:1619-1625, 1995.

125
P. Möller and P. Hansbo.
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126
K. Nakahashi and D. Sharov.
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127
E. Rank, M. Rücker, and M. Schweingruber.
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128
M. Saxena, P.M. Finnigan, C.M. Graichen, A.F. Hathaway, and V.N. Parthasarathy.
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129
R. Schneiders.
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130
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131
M.S. Shephard, J.E. Flaherty, H.L. deCougny, C. Ozturan, C.L. Bottasso, and M.W. Beall.
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132
A. Shostko and R. Löhner.
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International Journal for Numerical Methods in Engineering, 38:905-925, 1995.

133
G.M. Turkkiyah, M.A. Ganter, D.W. Storti, and H. Chen.
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134
D. Vanderstraeten and R. Keunings.
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135
N.A. Verhoeven, N.P. Weatherill, and K. Morgan.
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136
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137
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138
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139
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148
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149
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