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- Resource: Adaptive Sampling Assisted Surrogate Modeling of Initial Failure Envelopes of Composite Structures
- Question: Aperiodic Boundary conditions in MSG(SwiftComp)
- Question: How to use mesoscale homogenisation and intial failure options in TEXGEN 4SC
- Question: warning in compiling analysis.dll when compiling GEBT.exe
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