References to pyNastran

  1. Reasor, D. A., Bhamidipati, K. K., and Chin A. W. “X-56A Aeroelastic Flight Test Predictions,”. Edwards Air Force Base, CA. 54th AIAA Aerospace Sciences Meeeting. San Diego, CA. AIAA 2016-1053. 2016.

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Edwards Air Force Base, CA. 54th AIAA Aerospace Sciences Meeeting. San Diego, CA. AIAA 2016-1053. 2016.

Academia

1 B. M. Nickerson, “Development of an Integrated Numerical Method for the Fatigue Analysis of Railway Bogies,” Faculty of Engineering at Stellenbosch University: Master of Engineering (Mechanical), Western Cape, South Africa, 2017. 2 M. Ghienne, “Doctoral Thesis: Design and Characterization of Bolted Connections for Robust Reduction of structural Vibrations,” Conservatoire national des arts et m?tiers (CNAM), Paris, France, 2017. 3 V. S. d. Santos and H. Pegado, “Use of Third-Order Piston Theory in Panel Flutter Analysis on Composite Laminated Plaets with NASTRAN,” Xli Cilamce, Foz do Igua?u, Brazil, 2020. 4 B. M. Sauerer, “? Order-reduced simulation models and consideration of additive manufacturing in the mathematical optimization of mechanical structures,” Technical University of Munich, Munich, Germany, 2017. 5 J. H. Bussemaker, “Wing Optimization with Active Load Control,” Delft University of Technology, Holland, Netherlands, 2018. 6 L. B. Soriano, “Validation and Extension of an MDO Frameword including Dynamic Aeroelastic Analysis,” University of Madrid, Madrid, CA, 2020.

Commercial/Government

1 S. Doyle, J. Robinson, V. Ho, G. Ogawa and M. Baker, “Aeroelastic Optimization of Wing Structure Using Curvilinear Spars and Ribs (SpaRibs) and SpaRibMorph,” in AIAA, 2017. 2 J. Robinson, S. Doyle, G. Ogawa, M. Baker, S. De, M. Jrad, R. Kapania and C.-G. Pak, “Aeroelastic Optimization of Wing Structure Using Curvilinear Spars and Ribs (SpaRibs),” in 58th AIAA/ASCE/AHS/ASC Structures, Structural Dynamics, and Materials Conference, AIAA SciTech Forum, 2016. 3 R. Palacios and A. Cea, “Nonlinear Modal Condensation of Large Finite Element Models: Application of Hodges?s Intrinsic Theory,” AIAA Journal: Special Section on Asymptotic Analyses, Dynamics, and Aeroelasticity, vol. 57, no. 10, pp. 4255-4268, October 2019. 4 P. Beran, E. Forester, Schrock and Chris, “Adaptive Multi-Fidelity Methods for Physics-Based Decision-Making,” AFOSR Computational Mathematics Program Review, Arlington, VA, 2017. 5 D. A. Reasor, K. K. Bhamidipati and A. W. Chin, “X-56A Aeroelastic Flight Test Predictions,” in 54th AIAA Aerospace Sciences Meeting, San Diego, 2016. 6 H. v. Weers and S. Vyas, “Thermal Simulation with OpenModelica of the X-IFU Focal Plane in the Athena X-ray Space Observatory,” Netherlands Institute for Space Research, 2019. 7 D. Sarvansky, D. Keithly, J. Shapiro, G. Soto, E. Gustafson, K. Liu and D. Santina Christopher, “Modular Active Self-Assembling Space Telescope Swarms,” Carl Sagan Institute, Cornell University, Ithaca, New York, 2019.

Software

1 J. Deaton, “Multidisciplinary-design Adaptation and Sensitivity Toolkit (MAST),” Air Force Research Laboratory (AFRL), 24 Jul 2020. [Online]. Available: https://www.mast-multiphysics.com/structural_example_7.html. [Accessed 19 December 2020]. 2 J. S. Gray, J. T. Hwang, J. R. R. A. Martins, K. T. Moore and B. A. Naylor, “OpenMDAO: An Open-Source Framework for Multidisciplinary Design, Analysis, and Optimization,” in Structural and Multidisciplinary Optimization, 2019. 3 “pSeven Changelog,” DataAdvance, [Online]. Available: https://www.datadvance.net/product/pseven/manual/6.17/changelog.html. [Accessed 20 December 2020].