All articles' fulltext will be freely accessible online until 31 October 2013.
1) Isogeometric analysis: CAD, finite elements, NURBS, exact geometry and mesh refinement
2) A fuzzy approach to construction project risk assessment and analysis: construction project risk management system
3) Robust optimization  A comprehensive survey
4) Development of Java multithreaded simulation for chemical reacting flow of ethanol
5) Numerical modelling of welding
6) A review of active structural control: challenges for engineering informatics
7) Application of service oriented architecture to finite element analysis
8) Optimization of different welding processes using statistical and numerical approaches  A reference guide
9) An efficient constraint handling method for genetic algorithms
10) Using design patterns in objectoriented finite element programming
11) Mixed variable structural optimization using Firefly Algorithm
12) Numerical modeling of friction stir welding processes
13) Numerical study of the effects of some geometric characteristics of a centrifugal pump impeller that pumps a viscous fluid
14) A framework for recommendation in learning object repositories: An example of application in civil engineering
15) Multiobjective reliabilitybased optimization for design of a vehicledoor
16) Delaunay triangulation of nonuniform point distributions by means of multigrid insertion
17) Parallel modal analysis with concurrent distributed objects
18) Isogeometric boundary element analysis using unstructured Tsplines
19) Nonlocal theories for bending, buckling and vibration of beams
20) Design and deployment of distributed numerical applications using .NET and component oriented programming
21) Homotopy perturbation technique
22) Multimodal size, shape, and topology optimisation of truss structures using the Firefly algorithm
23) Objectoriented programming of distributed iterative equation solvers
24) An isogeometric designthroughanalysis methodology based on adaptive hierarchical refinement of NURBS, immersed boundary methods, and Tspline CAD surfaces
25) The stochastic finite element method: Past, present and future
