International Journal for Numerical Methods in Engineering

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Edited By: René de Borst, Charbel Farhat

Impact Factor: 2.068

ISI Journal Citation Reports © Ranking: 2012: 8/90 (Engineering Multidisciplinary); 14/93 (Mathematics Interdisciplinary Applications)

Online ISSN: 1097-0207

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Aims and Scope

IJNME publishes original papers describing significant, novel developments in numerical methods that are applicable to engineering problems.

Aims & Scope update: Research focusing on low-speed fluid dynamics, fluid-structure interaction, electromagnetics, coupled diffusion phenomena and mesh generation will now be considered for publication within IJNME.

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<belytsch.jpg>NEW Virtual Issue: Free access to articles by Ted Belytschko

This virtual issue honors the work of Ted Belytschko, IJNME Editor Emeritus, by spotlighting 20 of his best articles in International Journal of Numerical Methods in Engineering. All articles are available with free access until 31 December 2014.

Zienkiewicz Medal 2014The Zienkiewicz Numerical Methods in Engineering Prize of £1000 and a silver medal is awarded biennially to a post-graduate researcher under the age of 40 who submits the paper which contributes most to the field. Entries for the 2014 Prize must be submitted by 31 December 2014.
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Energy-momentum consistent algorithms for dynamic thermomechanical problems—Application to mortar domain decomposition problems

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