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**Books**

Har, J., Tamma, K.K., Advances in Computational Dynamics, 2012. Wiley, ISBN 978-0-470-74980-7. (flyer-pdf)

**Journal Articles**

1. Tamma, Kumar K., and Thornton, Earl A., "Re-entry Thermal Structural Analysis of the Space Shuttle Wing Configurations," AIAA Journal of Spacecrafts and Rockets, Vol. 24, No. 2, pp. 101-108, 1987.

2. Thornton, E. A., and Tamma, K. K., "Finite Element Analysis of Structures with Reusable Surface Insulation Type Thermal Protection Systems," Spacecraft Thermal Control, Design, and Operation, edited by Martin Summerfield, Volume 86, AIAA Progress Series in Aeronautics and Astronautics, 1983.

3. Singh, J. J., Khandelwal, G. S., and Tamma, Kumar K., "Characteristics of Aerosols Emitted From Coal-Fired Heating Plants," Journal of American Physical and Biophysical Society, March 1978.

4. Thornton, E. A., Dechaumpai, P., and Tamma, K. K., "Exact Finite Element Solutions for Linear Steady-State Thermal Problems," Numerical Methods in Heat Transfer, Volume II, edited by Lewis, R. W., Morgan, K., and Schrefler, B. A., Wiley-Inter-science Publication, 1983.

5. Tamma, Kumar K., Spyrakos, Constantine, C., and Lambi, Marios A., "Thermal-Structural Dynamic Analysis Via A Transform Methods Based Finite Element Approach," AIAA Journal of Spacecrafts and Rockets, Vol. 24, No. 3, pp. 219-226, 1987.

6. Tamma, Kumar K., and Railkar, Sudhir B., "Transfinite Element Methodology Towards a Unified Thermal/Structural Analysis," International Journal of Computers and Structures, Vol. 25, No. 5, pp. 649-660, 1987.

7. Tamma, Kumar K., and Saw, Kong C., "Reduced Modeling and Analysis of Large Repetitive Space Structures Via Continuum/Discrete Concepts," International Journal of Computers and Structures, Vol. 25, No. 5, pp. 649-660, 1987.

8. Tamma, Kumar K., and Railkar, Sudhir B., "Hybrid Transfinite Element Methodology for Nonlinear Transient Thermal Problems," Journal of Numerical Heat Transfer, Vol. 11, pp. 443-459, 1987.

9. Tamma, Kumar K., and Railkar, Sudhir B., "A Generalized Hybrid Transfinite Element Computational Approach for Nonlinear/Linear Unified Thermal/Structural Analysis," International Journal of Computers and Structures, Vol. 26, No. 4, pp. 655-666, 1987.

10. Tamma, Kumar K., Squire, William B., and Dowler, Brian L., "An Entire Real Range Plotting Algorithm Via Computer Graphics," International Journal of Computers and Graphics, Vol. 11, No. 3, pp. 305, 1987.

11. Tamma, Kumar K., and Railkar, Sudhir B., "Nonlinear/Linear Unified Thermal Stress Formulations: Transfinite Element Approach," Journal of Computer Methods in Applied Mechanics and Engineering, Vol. 64, pp. 415-428, 1987.

12. Tamma, Kumar K., and Railkar, Sudhir B., "Special Purpose Hybrid Transfinite Elements and Unified Computational Methodology for Accurately Predicting Thermo-elastic Stress Waves," International Journal of Computers and Structures, Vol. 28, No. 1, pp. 25-36, 1988.

13. Tamma, Kumar K., and Railkar, Sudhir B., "Computational Aspects of Heat Transfer in Structures Via Transfinite Element Formulations," AIAA Journal of Thermo-physics

and Heat Transfer Vol. 2, No. 2, pp. 189-192, April 1988.

14. Tamma, Kumar K., Dowler, Brian L., and Railkar, Sudhir B., "Computer Aided Applications for Injection Molding: Transfinite/Finite Element Thermal/Stress Response Formulations," Journal of Polymer Engineering and Science, Vol. 28, No. 7, pp. 421-428, 1988.

15. Tamma, Kumar K., and Yurko, Anthony, A., "A Unified Finite Element Modeling/Analysis Approach for Thermal-Structural Response in Layered Composites," International Journal of Computers and Structures, Vol. 29, No. 5, pp. 743-754, 1988.

16. Tamma, Kumar K., and Railkar, Sudhir B., "Transfinite Element Methodology for Nonlinear/Linear Transient Thermal Modeling/Analysis: Progress and Recent Advances," International Journal for Numerical Methods in Engineering, vol. 25, pp. 475-494, 1988.

17. Tamma, Kumar K., and Namburu, Raju R., "Explicit Second-Order Accurate Taylor-Galerkin Based Finite Element Formulations for Linear/Nonlinear Transient Heat Transfer," Numerical Heat Transfer, Vol. 13, pp. 409-426, 1988.

18. Tamma, Kumar K., and Saw, Kong C., "Adaptive p-Version Based Finite Element Formulations for Thermal Modeling/Analysis of Structural Configurations," International Journal of Computers and Structures, Vol. 28, No. 6, pp. 771-780, 1988.

19. Tamma, Kumar K., and Railkar, Sudhir B., "On High-Continuity Transfinite Element Formulations for Linear/Nonlinear Transient Thermal Problems," Numerical Heat Transfer, Vol. 14, pp. 1-15, 1988.

20. Tamma, K. K., "Computer Graphics Aided Geometric Modeling and Mesh Generation Schemes for Pre-Processing and Finite Element Analysis," Journal of Engineering with Computers, Vol. 3, pp. 157-165, 1988.

21. Tamma, Kumar K., and Railkar, Sudhir B., "A New Hybrid Transfinite Element Computational Methodology for Applicability to Conduction/Convection/Radiation Heat Transfer," International Journal for Numerical Methods in Engineering, Vol. 26, pp. 1087-1100, 1988.

22. Tamma, Kumar K., and Railkar, Sudhir B., "Hybrid Transfinite Element Formulations for Nonlinear Heat Conduction Problems Involving Phase Change," International Journal of Engineering Computations, Vol. 5, No. 2, pp. 117-122, June 1988.

23. Tamma, Kumar K., and Namburu, Raju R., "A New Finite-Element-Based Lax-Wendroff/Taylor-Galerkin Methodology for Computational Dynamics," Computer Methods in Applied Mechanics and Engineering, vol. 71, pp. 137-150, 1988.

24. Tamma, Kumar K., and Yurko, Anthony A., "Finite Element Thermal Modeling/Analysis Formulations for Layered Composite Materials," Numerical Heat Transfer, Part B, vol. 15, pp. 73-97, 1989.

25. Tamma, Kumar K., and Namburu, Raju R., "An Explicit Velocity Based Lax-Wendroff/Taylor-Galerkin Methodology of Computation for the Dynamics of Structures," International Journal of Computers and Structures, Vol. 30, No. 5, pp. 1017-1024, 1989.

26. Tamma, Kumar K., and Railkar, Sudhir B., "Evaluation of Residual Thermally Induced Stresses in the Cooling of Polymer Melt Via Transfinite Element Computations," Journal of Polymer Engineering and Science, vol. 29, No. 2, pp. 100-106, January 1989.

27. Tamma, Kumar K., and Railkar, Sudhir B., "On Heat Displacement Based Hybrid Transfinite Element Formulations for Uncoupled/Coupled Thermally Induced Stress Wave Propagation," International Journal of Computers and Structures, Vol. 30, No. 5, pp. 1025-1036, 1989.

28. Tamma, Kumar K., and Railkar, Sudhir B., "Evaluation and Applicability of Hybrid Transfinite-Element Formulations with Particular Reference to Radiation", Numerical Heat Transfer, Part B, vol. 15, pp. 99-115, 1989.

29. Tamma, Kumar K., and Railkar, Sudhir B., "Specially Tailored Transfinite-Element Formulations for Hyperbolic Heat Conduction Involving Non-Fourier Effects," Numerical Heat Transfer, vol. 15, Part B., pp. 211-226, 1989.

30. Tamma, Kumar K., and Saw, Kong C., "Hierarchical p-Version Finite Elements and Adaptive A Posteriori Computational Formulations for Two-Dimensional Thermal Analysis," International Journal of Computers and Structures, vol. 32, No. 5, pp. 1183-1194, 1989.

31. Eckert, E.R.G., et al., "Heat Transfer Review - 1988," International Journal of Heat and Mass Transfer, Vol. 32, No. 12, pp. 2211-2280, 1989.

32. Tamma, Kumar K., and Namburu, Raju R., "Recent Advances, Trends, and New Perspectives Via Enthalpy-Based Finite Element Formulations for Applications to Solidification Problems," International Journal for Numerical Methods in Engineering, Vol. 30, pp. 803-820, 1990.

33. Tamma, Kumar K., and Railkar, Sudhir B., "Evaluation of Thermally Induced Non-Fourier Stress Wave Disturbances Via Tailored Hybrid Transfinite Element Formulations," International Journal of Computers and Structures, Vol. 34, No. 1, pp. 5-16, 1990.

34. Tamma, Kumar K., and Namburu, Raju R., "Prediction of Thermal Stress and Deformations Due to Phase Change in Solidifying Objects Via Flux/Stress Based Finite Element Representations," International Journal for Numerical Methods in Engineering, Vol. 29, pp. 1473-1485, 1990.

35. Tamma, Kumar K., and Namburu, Raju R., "A Robust Self-Starting Explicit Computational Methodology for Structural Dynamic Applications: Architecture and Representations," International Journal for Numerical Methods in Engineering, Vol. 29, pp. 1441-1454, 1990.

36. Tamma, Kumar K., and Namburu, Raju R., "Evaluation and Applicability of an Implicit Self-Starting Methodology for the Dynamics of Structures," International Journal of Computers and Structures, Vol. 34, No. 6, pp. 835-842, 1990.

37. Tamma, Kumar K., and Namburu, Raju R., "A New Unified Architecture of Thermal/Structural Dynamic Algorithms: Applications to Coupled Thermo-elasticity," International Journal of Computers and Structures, Vol. 37, No. 4, pp. 535-546, 1990.

38. Eckert, E.R.G., et al., "Heat Transfer Review - 1989," International Journal of Heat and Mass Transfer, Vol. 30, No. 11, pp. 2349-2437, 1990.

39. Glass, David E., Tamma, Kumar K., and Railkar, Sudhir B., "Numerical Simulation of Hyperbolic Heat Conduction with Convection Boundary Conditions and Pulse Heating Effects," AIAA Journal of Thermo-physics and Heat Transfer, Vol. 5, No. 1, pp. 110-116, January 1991.

40. Tamma, Kumar K., and Namburu, Raju R., "Hyperbolic Heat Conduction Problems Involving Non-Fourier Effects: Numerical Simulations Via Explicit Finite Element Formulations," AIAA Journal of Thermo-physics and Heat Transfer, Vol. 5, No. 2, April - June 1991.

41. Tamma, Kumar K., and D'Costa, Joseph F., "Transient Modeling/Analysis of Hyperbolic Heat Conduction Problems Employing Mixed Implicit-Explicit -Method," Numerical Heat Transfer, Part B, Vol. 19, pp. 49-68, 1991.

42. Eckert, E.R.G. et al., "Heat Transfer Review - 1990," International Journal of Heat and Mass Transfer, Vol. 34 (12), pp. 2931-3010, 1991.

43. Boutaghou, Z.E., Tamma, K.K., and Erdman, A.G., "Continuous/Discrete Modeling/Analysis of Elastic Planar Multi-Body Systems," International Journal of Computers and Structures, Vol. 38, pp. 605-613, 1991.

44. Tamma, Kumar K., and Namburu, Raju R., "An Effective Finite Element Modeling/Analysis Approach for Dynamic Thermo-elasticity Due to Second Sound Effects," Journal of Computational Mechanics, Vol. 9, No. 2, pp. 73-84, January 1992.

45. Tamma, K.K., and D'Costa, Joseph F., "A New Explicit Variable Time-Integration Methodology for Computational Structural Dynamics," International Journal for Numerical Methods in Engineering , Vol. 33, pp. 1165-1180, 1992.

46. Eckert, E.R.G. et al., "Heat Transfer Review - 1991," International Journal of Heat and Mass Transfer, Vol. 35, No. 12, pp. 3153-3235, Dec. 1992.

47. Namburu, Raju R. and Tamma, Kumar K., and "Effective Modeling/Analysis of Isothermal Phase Change Problems with Emphasis on Representative Enthalpy Architectures and Finite Elements," International Journal of Heat and Mass Transfer, Vol. 36, No. 18, pp. 4493-4497, Dec. 1993.

48. Chen, X., Tamma, K.K., and Sha, D., "A New Virtual -Pulse Integral Methodology for Linear Transient Parabolic Heat Conduction Problems," Numerical Heat Transfer: Part B, Fundamentals, Vol. 24, No. 3, pp. 301-314, Oct.-Nov. 1993.

49. Glass, David E., and Tamma, Kumar K., "Non-Fourier Dynamic Thermo-elasticity with Temperature Dependent Thermal Properties," AIAA Journal of Thermo-physics and Heat Transfer , Vol. 8, No. 1, pp. 145-151, Jan.- March 1994.

50. Ouyang, T., and Tamma, K.K., "Finite Element Developments for Two-Dimensional Multiple Interface Phase Change Problems," Numerical Heat Transfer Part B: Fundamentals, Vol. 26, No. 3, pp. 257-272, 1994.

51. Chen, X., and Tamma, K.K., "Dynamic Response of Elastic Thin-Walled Structures Influenced by Coupling Effects," Computers and Structures, Vol. 51, No. 1, pp. 91-105, 1994.

52. Chen, X., Mohan, R.V., and Tamma, K.K., "Instantaneous Response of Structures to Rapid Heating," International Journal for Numerical Methods in Engineering, Vol. 37, No. 14, pp. 2389-2408, July 1994.

53. Eckert, E.R.G. et al., "Heat Transfer Review -- 1992," International Journal of Heat and Mass Transfer , Vol. 37, No. 9, pp. 1285-1376, June 1994.

54. Tamma, K.K., Chen, X., and Sha, D., "Further Developments Towards a New Virtual Pulse Time Integral Methodology for General Transient Thermal Analysis," Communications in Numerical Methods in Engineering, Vol. 10, pp. 961-970, 1994.

55. Mohan, R.V. and Tamma, K.K., "Finite Element/Finite Volume Approaches with Adaptive Time Stepping Strategies for Transient Thermal Problems," Journal Sadhana, Ind. Academy of Engineering Sciences, Vol. 19, Part 5, pp. 765-783, October 1994.

56. Tamma, K.K., Li, M., and Sha, D. "Conjugate Gradient Based Projection: A New Explicit Computational Methodology for Frictional Contact Problems." Communications in Numerical Methods in Engineering, vol. 10, pp. 633-648, August 1994.

57. Mei, Y., Mohan, R.V., and Tamma, K.K., " Evaluation and Applicability of a New Explicit Time Integral Methodology for Transient Thermal Problems -- Finite Volume Formulations," Numerical Heat Transfer, Part B: Fundamentals, Vol. 26, No. 3, pp. 313-334, Oct.-Nov. 1994.

58. Sha, D., Chen, X., and Tamma, K.K., "Virtual Pulse Time Integral Methodology: A New Approach for Computational Dynamics," Finite Elements in Analysis and Design, Vol. 20. p. 179, 1995.

59. Tamma, K.K., Mei, Y., Chen, X., and Sha, D., "Recent Advances Towards a New Explicit VIP Methodology for Transient Multi-Dimensional Thermal Analysis," International Journal of Numerical Methods in Fluids, Vol. 20, pp. 523-539, 1995.

60. Mohan, R.V., Avila, A.F., and Tamma, K.K. "Three-Dimensional Transient Thermal Analysis with Explicit Finite Element Representations -- Parallel Implementations and Performance Studies: The Connection Machine (CM-5)." Numerical Heat Transfer Part B: Fundamentals, Vol. 28, No. 3, pp. 277-291, Oct.-Nov. 1995.

61. Namburu, R.R., Turner, D.A., and Tamma, K.K., "Effective Data Parallel Self-Starting Explicit Methodology for Computational Structural Dynamics on the Connection Machine: CM-5." International Journal of Numerical Methods in Engineering, Vol. 38, No. 19, pp. 3211-3226, Oct. 15, 1995.

62. Eckert, E.R.G. et al., "Heat Transfer - A Review of 1993 Literature," International Journal of Heat and Mass Transfer, Vol. 39 (5), pp. 885-963, 1996.

63. Chen, X., Tamma K.K., and Sha, D., "Virtual Pulse Time Integral Methodology: A New Approach for Computational Dynamics Part II: Theory of Linear Structural Dynamics,” Finite Elements in Analysis and Design, Vol. 20, p. 195, 1995. Also see Erratum to Parts 1 & 2, Vol. 22, p. 26, 1996.

64. Ouyang, T., and Tamma, K.K., "Finite Element Simulations Involving Simultaneous Multiple Interface Fronts in Phase Change Problems," International Journal of Heat and Mass Transfer , Vol. 39, No. 8, pp. 1711-1718, May 1996.

65. Ouyang, T., and Tamma, K.K., "On Adaptive Time Stepping Approaches for Thermal Solidification Processes," International Journal for Numerical Methods in Heat and Fluid Flow , Vol. 6, No. 2, pp. 37-50, March 1996.

66. Chanda, H., and Tamma, K.K., "Developments Encompassing Stress Based Finite Element Formulations for Materially Nonlinear Static/Dynamic Problems," International Journal of Computers and Structures, Vol. 59, No. 3, pp. 583-592, May, 1996.

67. Chen, X., Tamma, K.K., and Sha, D. "Explicit Unconditionally Stable Approaches for Built-Up Shell Structural Configurations." AIAA Journal, Vol. 34, No. 8, pp. 1725-1751, August 1996.

68. Mohan, R.V., Tamma, K.K., and Avila, A.F., “Flux-Based Finite-Volume Formulations and Adaptive Time-Stepping Strategies for Modeling of Re-entry Thermal Protection Systems.” Numerical Heat Transfer: Part B: Fundamentals, Vol. 30, No. 2, pp. 117-136, September 1996.

69. Tamma, K.K., Chen, X., and Sha, D., "An Overview of Recent Advances and Evaluation of the Virtual-Pulse (VIP) Time-Integral Methodology for General Structural Dynamics Problems: Computational Issues and Implementation Aspects." International Journal of Numerical Methods in Engineering, Vol. 39, No. 11, pp. 1955-1977, June 15, 1996.

70. Sha, D., Tamma, K.K., Li, M., "Robust Explicit Computational Developments and Solution Strategies for Impact Problems Involving Friction." International Journal of Numerical Methods in Engineering, Vol. 39, No. 5, pp. 721-739, March 15, 1996.

71. Tamma, K.K. “Overview of Non-classical and Classical Thermal-Structural Models and Computational Methods for Analysis of Engineering Structures.” Chapter In: Thermal Stresses IV, Vol. IV, Elsevier Science: Amsterdam, p. 277, 1996.

72. Li, M., Sha, D., and Tamma, K.K. "Linear Complimentary Formulations Involving Frictional Contact for Elasto-Plastic Deformable Bodies." Journal of Applied Mechanics, Vol. 64, No. 1, pp. 80-89, March 1997.

73. Tamma, K.K. and Namburu, R.R., “Computational Approaches with Applications to Non-classical and Classical Thermo-Mechanical Problems.” Applied Mechanics Reviews, Vol. 50, No. 9, pp. 514-551, September 1997.

74. Tamma, K.K., X. Zhou, and Valasutean, R., “Computational Algorithms for Transient Analysis: The Burden of Weight and Consequences Towards Formalizing Discrete Numerically Assigned [DNA] Algorithmic Markers: Wp-Family.” Computer Methods in Applied Mechanics and Engineering, Vol. 149, No. 1-4, pp. 153-188, October 1997.

75. Tamma, K.K., “An Overview of Recent Advances and Computational Methods for Thermal Problems.” In Chapter 8: Advances in Numerical Heat Transfer, Vol. I, W.J. Minkowycz and E.M. Sparrow, Taylor and Francis, pp. 287-335, 1997.

76. E. R. G. Eckert et al., “Heat Transfer - A Review of 1994 Literature,” International Journal of Heat and Mass Transfer, Vol. 40, No. 16, pp. 3729-3804, 1997.

77. Kanapady, R., Tamma, K.K., Baddourah, M., and Mark, A., “High Performance Computing on a Symmetric Multiprocessor (SMP) Environment for RTM Process Modeling for Large Complex Structural Geometries.” Advances in Engineering Software, Vol. 29, No. 3-6, pp. 300-408, 1998.

78. Mohan, R.V., Tamma, K.K, Shires, D.R., and Mark, A., “Advanced Manufacturing of Large Scale Composite Structures: Process Modeling, Manufacturing Simulations and Massively Parallel Computing Platforms.” Advances in Engineering Software, Vol. 29, No. 3-6, pp. 249-263, 1998.

79. Ngo, N., Mohan, R.V., Chung, P.W., Tamma, K.K., and Shires, D.R., “Recent Developments Encompassing Non-Isothermal/Isothermal Liquid Composite Molding Process Modeling/Analysis: Computationally Effective and Affordable Simulations and Validations.” Journal of Thermoplastic Composite Materials, Vol. 11, pp. 493, Nov. 1998.

80. Mohan, R.V., Shires, D.R , Tamma, K.K., and Ngo, N., “Flow Channels/Fiber Impregnation Studies for the Process Modeling/Analysis of Complex Engineering Structures Manufactured by Resin Transfer Molding.” Journal of Polymer Composites, Vol. 19, No. 5, October 1998.

81. Avila, A.F., and Tamma, K.K., “An Integrated Micro/Macro Thermo-Elastic/Viscoplastic Analysis for Laminate Metal Matrix Composites.” Journal of Thermal Stresses, Vol. 21 (9), pp. 897-917, Dec. 1998.

82. Tamma, K.K. and Zhou, X., "Macro-scale and Micro-scale Thermal Transport and Thermo-Mechanical Interactions: Some Noteworthy Perspectives." Journal of Thermal Stresses, Vol. 21, pp. 405-449, 1998.

83. Mohan, R.V., Ngo, N.D., and Tamma, K.K., “On a Pure Finite-Element-Based Methodology for Resin Transfer Mold Filling Simulations.” Journal of Polymer Engineering and Science, Vol. 39, No. 1, January 1999.

84. Mohan. R.V., Ngo, N.D., and Tamma, K.K., “Three-Dimensional Resin Transfer Molding Process: Developments for Thick Composites Manufacturing Applications - Part 1.” Numerical Heat Transfer, Vol. 35, No. 8, 815-838, June 1999.

85. Mohan. R.V., Ngo, N.D., and Tamma, K.K., “Three-Dimensional Resin Transfer Molding Process: Developments for Thick Composites Manufacturing Applications - Part 2.” Numerical Heat Transfer, Vol. 35, No. 8, 839-858, June 1999.

86. Tamma, K.K, and Avila, A.F., “An Integrated Micro/Macro Modeling and Computational Methodology for High Temperature Composites.” Chapter In Thermal Stresses 5, Lastran Corp., Rochester, NY, pp. 143-256, 1999.

87. Avila, A.F., Chung, P.W., and Tamma, K.K., “Evaluation of Effective Properties and Macroscopic Analysis of Thermo-viscoplastic Metal Matrix Composites. (in prep).

88. Avila, A.F. and Tamma, K.K., “Elastic-Viscoplastic Analysis of Laminated Metal Matrix Composites by an Integrated Micro/Macro-Mechanical Model”, (in prep).

89. Chung, P.W. and Tamma, K.K., “Woven Fabric Composites: Developments in Engineering Bounds, Homogenization and Applications.” International Journal of Numerical Methods in Engineering, Vol. 45, No. 12, pp. 1757-1790, 1999.

90. Chung, P.W., Beckius, T.K., and Tamma, K.K., “Developments Encompassing Micro/Macro Modeling/Analysis of Composites Manufactured by RTM”, (in prep).

91. Tamma, K.K., Zhou, X., and Sha, D., “Transient Algorithms for Heat Transfer: Theoretical Developments and Approaches for Generating Nth-Order Time Accurate Operators Including Practically Useful Second-Order Forms.” International Journal of Numerical Methods in Engineering, Vol. 44 (10), pp. 1545-1572, 1999.

92. Tamma, K.K., Zhou, X., and Sha, D., “Towards a Formal Theory of Development/Evolution and Characterization of Time Discretized Operators for Heat Transfer.” International Journal of Heat and Fluid Flow, Vol.9, No. 3, pp. 348-380, 1999.

93.Tamma, K.K., Zhou, X., and Sha, D., “A Theory of Development and Design of a Generalized Integration Operators for Computational Structural Dynamics,” International Journal of Numerical Methods in Engineering, Vol. 50 (7), pp. 1619-1664, March 2001.

94. Tamma, K.K., Sha, D. and Zhou, X., “Time Discretized Operators: Towards the Theoretical Design of a New Generation of a Generalized Family of Unconditionally Stable Implicit and Explicit Time Operators of Arbitrary Order for Computational Dynamics: Part 1. Computer Methods in Appl. Mech. Engr. (Vol. 192 (3-4), pp.257-290), Jan. 2003.

95. Sha, D., Tamma, K.K., and Zhou, X., “Time Discretized Operators: Towards the Theoretical Design of a New Generation of a Generalized Family of Unconditionally Stable Implicit and Explicit Representations of Time Operators of Arbitrary Order for Computational Dynamics: Part 2. Computer Methods in Appl. Mech. Engr., (Vol. 192 (3-4), pp. 291), Jan. 2003.

96.Chung, P.W., Tamma, K.K., and Namburu, R.R., “A Micro/Macro Homogenization Approach for Viscoelastic Creep Analysis with Dissipative Correctors for Heterogeneous Woven Fabric Layered Media,” Composites Science and Technology, Vol. 60 (12), 2000, pp. 2233-2253, September 2000.

97.Chung, P. W., Tamma, K. K., and Namburu, R. R., “On the Homogenization of Temperature Dependent Thermal Conductivity in Composite Materials,” AIAA Journal of Thermophysics and Heat Transfer, Vol. 15 (1), January – March 2001, pp. 10-17.

98.Choi, J. and Tamma, K. K., “Woven Fabric Composites: Part 1 - Prediction of Homogenized Elastic Properties and Micro-mechanical Damage Analysis,” International Journal of Numerical Methods in Engineering, Vol. 50, No. 10, pp. 2285-2298, April 2001.

99. Choi, J. and Tamma, K. K., “Woven Fabric Composites: Part 2 - Prediction of Homogenized Elastic Properties and Micro-mechanical Damage Analysis,” International Journal of Numerical Methods in Engineering, Vol. 50, No. 10, pp. 2299-2316, April 2001.

100. Chung, P. W., Namburu, Tamma, K. K., and Namburu, R. R., “A Computational Approach for Multi-Scale Analysis of Elasto-Plastic Heterogeneous Layered Media Subjected to Short Duration Loads,” International Journal of Numerical Methods in Engineering, Vol. 59(6), pp. 825-848, Feb. 2004.

101. Tamma, K.K., Zhou, X., and Sha, D., "The Time Dimension: A Theory of Development/Evolution, Classification, Characterization, and Design of Computational Algorithms for Transient/Dynamic Applications," International Journal of Archives of Computational Mechanics in Engineering, Vol. 7 (2), 2000, pp. 67-290.

102. Kanapady, R., Tamma, K.K., and Mark, A., "Highly Scalable Parallel Computational Models for Large Scale RTM Process Modeling Simulations, Part 1: Theoretical Formulations and Generic Design," Numerical Heat Transfer - Part B: Fundamentals, Vol. 23, No. 3, pp. 265-286, 1999.

103. Kanapady, R., Tamma, K.K., and Mark, A., "Highly Scalable Parallel Computational Models for Large Scale RTM Process Modeling Simulations, Part 2: Parallel Formulation Theory and Implementation," Numerical Heat Transfer - Part B: Fundamentals, Vol. 23, No. 3, pp. 287-308, 1999.

104. Eckert, E.R.G. et al., "Heat Transfer Review -- 1995," International Journal of Heat and Mass Transfer, Vol. 42, pp. 2717-2797, 1999.

105. Kanapady, R., Tamma, K.K., and Mark, A., "Highly Scalable Parallel Computational Models for Large Scale RTM Process Modeling Simulations, Part 3: Validation and Performance Results," Numerical Heat Transfer - Part B: Fundamentals, 1999.

106. Chung, P.W., Tamma, K.K., and Namburu, R.R., "A Finite Element Thermo-Viscoelastic Creep Approach for Heterogeneous Structures with Dissipative Correctors," Finite Elements in Analysis and Design, Vol. 36, pp. 279-313, 2000.

107. Chung, P.W., Tamma, K.K., and Namburu, R.R., "A Finite Element Coupled Thermo-Viscoelastic Creep Approach for Heterogeneous Structures," Journal of Thermal Stresses, Vol. 23 (8), 2000, pp. 703-730.

108. Karkoub, M., Tamma, K. K., and Balas, G. J., “Robust Control of Two-Link Flexible Manipulators Using the -Synthesis Technique,” J. Vibration and Control, Vol. 5 (4), pp. 559-576, July 1999.

109. Karkoub, M., Balas, G., Tamma, K.K., and Donath, M., “Robust Control of Flexible Manipulators Via -Synthesis,” Control Engineering Practice, Vol. 8 (7), pp. 725-734, July 2000.

110. Ngo, N.D. and Tamma, K.K., "Micro-scale Permeability Predictions of Porous Fibrous Media," International Journal of Heat and Mass Transfer, Vol. 44, (16) pp. 3135-3145, August 2001.

111. Eckert, E.R.G. et al., "Heat Transfer Review -- 1996," International Journal of Heat and Mass Transfer, Vol 43, pp. 1273-1371, 2000.

112. Ngo, N.D. and Tamma, K.K., "Non-Isothermal 2-D Flow/3-D Thermal Developments Encompassing Process Modeling of Composites: Flow/Thermal/Cure Formulations and Validations," International Journal for Numerical Methods in Engineering, Vol. 50 (7), pp. 1559-1585, March 2001.

113. Ngo, N.D. and Tamma, K.K., "Non-Isothermal Three-Dimensional Developments and Process Modeling of Composites: Flow/Thermal/ Cure Formulations and Experimental Validations," Computer Modeling in Engineering and Sciences, Vol. 1, (3), 2000, pp. 57-72.

114. Kanapady, R. Tamma, K.K., "A Unified Family of Generalized Integration Operators [GInO] for Nonlinear Structural Dynamics: Implementation Aspects," Advances in Engineering Software, Advances in Engineering Software, Vol. 13, pp. 639-647, September 2000.

115.Zhou, X., Tamma, K.K., and Anderson, C.A., “A New C- and F- Processes Constitutive Heat Conduction Model and the Associated Generalized Dynamic Thermo-elasticity Theory,” Journal of Thermal Stresses, Vol. 24 (6), pp. 531-564, June 2001.

116. Zhou, X. and Tamma, K.K., “A New Unified Theory Underlying Computational Algorithms for Linear First-Order Systems,” International Journal of Numerical of Methods in Engineering , Vol. 60 (10), pp. 1699-1740, July 2004.

117. Eckert, E.R.G. et al., “Heat Transfer – A Review of 1997 Literature,” International Journal of Heat and Mass Transfer, Vol. 43, pp. 2431-2528, 2000.

118. Kanapady, R., and Tamma, K.K., “A Mathematical Framework Towards a Unified Set of State-Phase Time Operators for Computational Dynamics,” Computer Modeling in Engineering and Sciences, 4(1): 103-118, February 2003.

119. Zhou, X. and Tamma, “Design, Analysis, and Synthesis of Generalized Single Step Single Solve and Optimal Algorithms for Structural Dynamics,” International Journal for Numerical Methods in Engineering, Vol. 59, pp. 597-668, 2004.

120. Kanapady, R., Tamma, K. K., and Zhou, C., “A Variationally Consistent Framework for the Design of Integrator and Updates of Generalized Single Step Representations for Structural Dynamics,” Communications in Applied Numerical Methods and Engineering, Vol. 19 (8), pp. 581-600, August 2003.

121. Henz, B., Tamma, K.K., Kanapady, R., Ngo, N.D., and Chung, P.W., “Process Modeling of Composites by Resign Transfer Molding: Sensitivity Analysis for Isothermal Considerations,” International Journal of Heat and Fluid Flow, Vol. 13 (4), pp. 415-447, 2003.

122. Henz, B. Tamma, K.K., Mohan, R., and Ngo, N.D., “Process Modeling of Composites by Resin Transfer Molding: Sensitivity Analysis for Non-isothermal Considerations,” International Journal of Heat and Fluid Flow, Vol. 15, NO. 7, pp. 631-653, 2005.

123. Ngo, N.D. and Tamma, K.K., “Complex Three-Dimensional Microstructural Permeability Prediction of Porus Fibrous Media With/Without Compaction,” International Journal of Num. Methods in Engr. Vol. 60 (10), pp. 1741-1757, July 2004.

124. Ngo, N.D. and Tamma, K.K., “An Integrated Comprehensive Approach to the Modeling of Resin Transfer Molded Composite Manufactured Net Shaped Parts,” Computer Modeling in Engineering and Sciences, Vol. 5 (2), pp. 103-133, 2004.

125. Goldstein, R.J., et al., “Heat Transfer: A Review of 1998 Literature,” International Journal of Heat and Mass Transfer, Vol. 44, pp. 253-366, 2001.

126. Karkoub, M. and Tamma, K.K., “Modeling and -Synthesis Control of Flexible Manipulators,” Computers and Structures, Vol. 79 (5), pp. 543-551, Feb. 2001.

127. Chung, P.W., Tamma, K.K., and Namburu, R.R., “Asymptotic Expansion Homogenization for Heterogeneous Media: Computational Issues and Applications,” Journal of Composites: Part A – Applications, Vol. 32 (9), pp. 1291-1301, 2001.

128. Karkoub, M., Balas, G. J., and Tamma, K. K., “Modeling and Robust Control of Single Flexible Manipulators,” AIAA Journal. of Guidance, Dynamics, and Control (in review).

129. Poon, W.S. and Tamma, K.K., “Stabilized Flux Based Flow/Thermal Finite Element Representations with Applications to Convectively Cooled Structures,” J. Thermal Stresses, Vol. 25 (3), pp. 245-263, March 2002.

130. Poon, W.S., Kanapady, R., Mohan, R.V., and Tamma, K.K., “Multidisciplinary Flow/Thermal and Induced Stresses in Convectively Cooled Structures,” J. Thermal Stresses, Vol. 25 (3), pp.319-339, March 2002.

131. Tamma, K.K., Zhou, X., and Kanapady, R., “The Time Dimension and a Unified Mathematical Framework for First-Order Parabolic Systems,” Numerical Heat Transfer – Part B (Fundamentals), Vol. 41 (3-4), pp. 239-262, 2002.

132. Zhou, X., Sha, D., and Tamma, K.K., “A Novel Nonlinearly Explicit Second-Order Accurate L-Stable Methodology for Finite Deformation Hypoelastic/Hypoelasto-Plastic Structural Dynamics Problems,” Int. J. Numerical Methods in Engineering, Vol. 59 (6), pp. 795-823, February 2004.

133. Zhou. X. and Tamma, K.K., “On the Applicability and Stress Update Formulations for Corotational Stress Rate Hypoelasticity Constitutive Models,” Finite Elements in Analysis and Design, Vol. 39 (8), pp. 783-816, May 2003.

134. Kanapady, R. and Tamma, K.K., “On a Novel Design of a New Unified Variational Framework of Time Discontinuous / Continuous Time Operators of High Order and Equivalence,” Finite Elements in Analysis and Design, Vol. 39 (8), pp. 727-749, May 2003.

135. Kanapady, R. and Tamma, K.K., “An Integrated Design of Generalized Single Step LMS Time Operators for Nonlinear Structural Dynamics,” Computer modeling in Engineering and Sciences, Vol. 6 (2), pp. 189-208, 2004.

136. Goldstein, R. J., et al., “Heat Transfer – A Review of 2000 Literature,” Int. J. Heat and Mass Transfer, Vol. 45 (14), pp. 2583-2967, May 2002.

137. Ngo, N.D. and Tamma, K.K., “Computational Developments for Multi-scale Simulation Based Design: Multi-Disciplinary Flow/Thermal/Cure/Stress Modeling, Analysis and Validation for Advanced Manufacturing of Composites,” Archives of Computational Methods in Engineering, Vol. 10 (1-2), pp. 3-206, 2003.

138. Ngo, N.D., Tamma, K.K., and Chung, P.W., “Prediction of Induced Residual Stresses During Cool Down in Processing of Composites by Resin Transfer Molding,” J. Thermal Stresses (to appear).

139. Reitich, F. and Tamma, K. K., “State-of-the-Art, Trends, and Directions in Computational Electromagnetics,” Computer Modeling in Engineering and Sciences, Vol. 5 (4), pp. 287-294, 2004.

140. Kanapady, R. and Tamma, K.K., “A-Scalability and an Integrated Computational Technology and Framework for Nonlinear Structural Dynamics – Part 1: Theoretical Developments and Parallel Formulations,” Int. J. Num. Meths. Engr., Vol. 58 (15), pp. 2265-2293, December 2003.

141. Kanapady, R. and Tamma, K.K., “A-Scalability and an Integrated Computational Technology and Framework for Nonlinear Structural Dynamics – Part II: Implementation Aspects and Parallel Performance Results,” Int. J. Num. Meths. Engr., Vol. 58 (15), pp. 2295-2323, December 2003.

142. P. Jose, Kanapady, R. and Tamma, K.K., “Hybrid Finite Element/ Laplace Transform Based Formulations for Transient Electromagnetic Field Computations," Computer Modeling In Engr. and Sciences, Vol. 5 (2), pp.409-421, 2004.

143. Cao, Q., Tamma, K.K., Wai, P.K.A., and Chen, Y., “RCS Scattering Analysis Using the Three-Dimensional MRTD Scheme,” Journal of Electromagnetic Waves and Applications, Vol. 17 (12), pp. 1683-1701, 2003.

144. Celiker, F., et al., “Locking Free Optimal hp - Discontinuous Galerkin Methods for Timoshenko Beams,” SIAM J. Appl. Num. Analysis (in review).

145. Goldstein, R. J., et al., “Heat Transfer – A Review of 2001 Literature,” Int. J. Heat and Mass

Transfer, Vol. 46 (11), pp. 1887-1992, May 2003.

146. Zang, M. and Tamma, K. K., “Curvilinear Lattice in Chiral Carbon Nanotubes,” IEEE Transactions on Nanotechnology, Vol. 3 (4), pp. 425-431, December 2004.

147. Cao, Q. and Tamma, K.K., “Multi-resolution Time Domain Based Wavelet Basis Studies of Scattering of Planar Stratified Medium and Rectangular Dielectric Cylinder,” Applied Computational Electromagnetic Society (ACES) Journal, Vol. 20 (1), pp.86-95, March 2005.

148. Anderson, C. V. D. R. and Tamma, K. K., “An Introduction to Nanoscale, Microscale, and Macroscale Heat Transport: Characterization and Bridging of Space and Time Scales,” Chapter 24, Nanoengineering of Structural, Functional, and Smart Materials,, Eds. Schulz, M. et al., CRC Press, Taylor and Francis, pp.655-688, 2006.

149. Zhou, X., Tamma, K. K., and Sha, D., “Design Spaces, Measures and Metrics for Evaluating Quality of Time Operators and the Consequences Leading to Improved Algorithms By Design – Illustration to Structural Dynamics, Int. J. Num. Meths. Engr., Vol. 64, pp. 1841-1870, December 14, 2005.

150. Anderson, C. V. D. R. and Tamma, K. K., “Novel Heat Conduction Model for Bridging Different Space and Time Scales,” Physical Review Letters, Vol. 96, No. 18, p 184301, 2006.

151. Liang, Y., Kanapady, R. K., and Tamma, K. K. “An Efficient Parallel Finite Element Based Domain Decomposition Iterative Technique With Polynomial Preconditioning,” Parallel Computing (in review).

152. Kanapady, R. K., Sandhu S. S. and Tamma, K. K, “A Novel Primal Dual Order Preserving Technique for Index 3 DAE Systems,” SIAM Journal of Numerical Analysis (in review).

153. Goldstein, R. J., et al., “Heat Transfer – A Review of 2002 Literature,” Int. J. Heat and Mass

Transfer, Vol. 48 (5), pp. 819-927, February 2005.

154. Zhou, X. and Tamma, K. K., “Algorithms by Design with Illustrations to Solid and Structural Mechanics/Dymanics,” Int. J. Num. Meths. Engr. Vol. 66, No. 11, pp. 1738-1790, 2006.

155. Goldstein, R. J., et al., “Heat Transfer – A Review of 2003 Literature,” Int. J. Heat and Mass

Transfer, Vol. 49 (3-4), pp. 451-534, February 2006.

156. Guzey, S., Stolarski, H.K., Cockburn, B., and Tamma, K.K., “Design and Development of a Local Discontinuous Galerkin Method for Shells,” Computer Methods in Applied Mechanics and Engineering, Vol. 195, No. 25-28, pp. 3528-3548, 2006.

157. K. K. Tamma and A. Sadhale, “Investigations Encompassing Time Operators for Transient Applications for a Class of Meshless Methods with Particular Reference to the MLPG.” Monograph in Meshless Methods, Chapter, 2006.

158. Zhou, X., Tamma, K. K., and Sha, D, “On a New Concept and Foundations of an Arbitrary Reference Configuration (ARC) Theory and Formulation for Computational Finite Deformations Applications, Part I-Elasticity,” Computational Methods in Engineering and Sciences, Vol. 7, No. 5, pp. 331-351, 2007.

159. Zhou, X., Tamma, K. K., and Sha, D, “On a New Concept and Foundations of an Arbitrary Reference Configuration (ARC) Theory and Formulation for Computational Finite Deformations Applications, Part II-Elasto-Plasticity,” Computational Methods in Engineering and Sciences, Vol. 7, No. 5, pp. 353-367, 2007.

160. A. Jain and K. K. Tamma, “Elliptic Heat Conduction Specialized Applications Involving High Gradients: Local Discontinuous Galerkin Finite Element Method,” J. Thermal Stresses, v 33, n 4, p 335-343, April 2010.

161. J. Har and K. K. Tamma, “Finite Element Formulation Using the Theorem of Expended Power: Total Energy Framework with a Differential Formulation,” Acta Mechanica, DOI: 10.1007/s00707-009-2003-2, Vol. 210, Numbers 3-4, pp241-263, 2009; v 210, n 3-4, p 241-263, March 2010.

162. Heat Transfer – A Review of 2005 Literature, International Journal of Heat and Mass Transfer, International Journal of Heat and Mass Transfer, v 53, n 21-22, p 4397- 4447, 2010 (with Goldstein et al).

163. A. Jain and K. K. Tamma, “Elliptic Heat Conduction Specialized Applications Involving High Gradients: Local Discontinuous Galerkin Finite Element Method,” J. Thermal Stresses, v 33, n 4, p 335-343, April 2010.

164. A. Jain and K. K. Tamma, “Parabolic Heat Conduction Specialized Applications Involving Imperfect Contact Surfaces: Local Discontinuous Galerkin Finite Element Method,” J. Thermal Stresses, v 33, n 4, p 344-355, April 2010.

165. Heat Transfer – A Review of 2004 Literature, International Journal of Heat and Mass Transfer, v 53, n 21-22, p 4343-4396, 2010 (with Goldstein et al).

166. X. Zhou, J. Har, K. K. Tamma, and M. Shimada, “On the Numerical Discretization in Space and Time: On the Satisfaction of Conservation properties of Discretized equations of Motion for Linear Dynamics,” International Journal for Computational Methods in Engineering Science and Mechanics, v 11, n 5, p 280-298, September 2010.

167. S. U. Masuri, A. Hoitink, X. Zhou, and K. K. Tamma, “A New Normalized Time Weighted Residual Methodology and Design of Optimal Energy-Momentum Based Controllable Numerical Dissipative Algorithms By Design for Nonlinear Structural Dynamics,” International Journal for Computational Methods in Engineering Science and Mechanics (to appear).

168. K. K. Tamma, J. Har, X. Zhou, A. Hoitink, and M. Shimada, “An Overview and Recent Advances in Vector and Scalar formalisms: Space/Time Discretization in Computational Dynamics – A Unified Approach,” Archives of Computational Methods in Engineering, v 18, n 2, p 119-283, June 2011.

169. S. U. Masuri, M. Sellier, X. Zhou and K. K. Tamma, “Design of Order-Preserving Algorithms for Transient First-Order Systems with Controllable Numerical Dissipation,”International Journal for Numerical Methods in Engineering, v 88, n 13, p 1411-1448, December 2011.

170. K. K. Tamma, X. Zhou, M. Shimada, A. Hoitink and J. Har, “Recent Advances in Time Discretization,” Chapter in Book, Advances in Computational Dynamics, John Wiley and Sons, July 2012.

171. M. Shimada, A. Hoitink, K.K. Tamma, X. Zhou, and J. Har, “Computational Dynamics for N-Body Systsems with Conserving Algorithms,” Computers and Structures (submitted).

172. M.Shimada, K. K. Tamma, and X. Zhou, “Conserving/Dissipative Algorithms by Design for Two-Field Form of Equations of Motion,” Computers and Structures (to appear).

C. V. D. R. Anderson and K. K. Tamma, “Microscale Heat Conduction in Multilayers,” J. Thermal Stresses (submitted).

174. S. U. Masuri, M. Sellier, X. Zhou and K. K. Tamma, “Design of Order-Preserving Algorithms for Transient First-Order Systems with Controllable Numerical Dissipation,” International Journal for Numerical Methods in Engineering, v 88, n 13, p 1411-1448, December 2011.

175. C. V. D. R. Anderson,and K. K. Tamma, “Microscale/Nanoscale Thermal transport in Layered Materials and Superlattices,” Physical Review Letters (submitted).

176. V. Wheeler and K. K. Tamma, “Ballistic-Diffusive Approximation: A New Look,” Encyl. Thermal Stresses, Springer Publishers (to appear); id: 00749

177. V. Wheeler and K. K. Tamma, “Equation of Phonon Radiative Transport: Formulation and Analysis by the Weighted Residual Method,” Encyl. Thermal Stresses, Springer Publishers (to appear); id: 00748

178. V. Wheeler and K. K. Tamma, “The C- and F-Processes Model: A General Approach to Solving Transient Diffusive, Wavelike, and Ballistic Solid State Heat Conduction Problems,” Encyl. Thermal Stresses, Springer Publishers (to appear); id: 0075

179. S. U. Masuri and K. K. Tamma, “Application of Isochronous Integration Framework to Dynamic Thermoelasticity,” Encyl. Thermal Stresses, Springer Publishers (to appear); id: 00762

180. S. U. Masuri and K. K. Tamma,, “Application of GS4-1 Time Integration Framework to Nonlinear Heat Transfer Transfer: Heat Conduction in Medium with Temperature Dependent Velocity,” Encyl. Thermal Stresses, Springer Publishers (to appear); id: 00760

181. S. U. Masuri and K. K. Tamma, “Application of GS4-1 Time Integration Framework to Linear Heat Transfer: Transient Heat Conduction,” Encyl. Thermal Stresses, Springer Publishers (to appear); id: 00759

182. K. K. Tamma, X. Zhou, M. Shimada, A. Hoitink and J. Har, “Time Discretization of Equations of Motion: Overview and Conventional Practices,” Chapter in Book, Advances in Computational Dynamics, John Wiley and Sons, July 2012.

183. K. K. Tamma, X. Zhou, M. Shimada, A. Hoitink and J. Har, “Time Discretization of Equations of Motion: Recent Advances,” Chapter in Book, Advances in Computational Dynamics, John Wiley and Sons, July 2012.

184. M. Shimada and K. K. Tamma, “Equations of Motion: Scalar Formalisms and Theory,” Encyl. Thermal Stresses, Springer Publishers (to appear); id: 00755

185. M. Shimada and K. K. Tamma, “Equations of Motion: Vector Formalism and Theory,” Encyl. Thermal Stresses, Springer Publishers (to appear); id: 00754

186. M. Shimada and K. K. Tamma, “Explicit Time Integrators and Designs for First/Second Order Linear Transient Systems,” Encyl. Thermal Stresses, Springer Publishers (to appear); id: 00764

187. M. Shimada and K. K. Tamma, “Continuum Body Problems: Nonlinear Transient Algorithms by Design,” Encyl. Thermal Stresses, Springer Publishers (to appear); id: 00757

188. M. Shimada and K. K. Tamma, “Implicit Time Integrators and Designs for Nonlinear Second Order Transient Systems: Elastodynamics,” Encyl. Thermal Stresses, Springer Publishers (to appear); id: 00758

189. M. Shimada and K. K. Tamma, “Implicit Time Integrators and Designs for First/ Second Order Linaer Transient Systems,” Encyl. Thermal Stresses, Springer Publishers (to appear); id: 00763

190. S. U. Masuri, K. K. Tamma, X. Zhou and M. Sellier, “GS4-1 Computational Framework for Heat Transfer Problems: Part- 1 Linear Cases with Illustration to Thermal Shock Problem,” Numerical Heat Transfer, Part B, Fundamentals, 62(2-3), 157-180, 2012.

191. S. U. Masuri, K. K. Tamma, X. Zhou and M. Sellier, “GS4-1 Computational Framework for Heat Transfer Problems: Part- 2 Extension to Nonlinear Problems with Illustration to Radiation Heat Transfer Problem,” Numerical Heat Transfer, Part B Fundamentals, 62(2-3), 141-156, 2012.

192. V. Wheeler, S. U. Masuri, K. K. Tamma, X. Zhou and M. Sellier, “On the Applicability of an Isochronous Integration Framework for Parabolic/Hyperbolic Heat Conduction Type Problems,” Numerical Heat Transfer, Part A: Applications, 62(5), 372-392, 2012.

193. W. Lipinski, K. Daun, T. Straatman and K. K. Tamma, “Guest Editorial,” Numerical Heat Transfer, Part A: Applications, 62(5), 365-366, 2012.

194. X. Zhou, D. Sha and K. K. Tamma, “A New Hybrid Computational Framework and Validations for Handling Steady-State Problems with Contact Boundaries,” Mechanics of Advanced Materials and Structures, 19 (1-3), 144-168, March 2012.

195. W. Lipinski, K. Daun, T. Straatman and K.K. Tamma, “Guest Editorial,” Numerical Heat Transfer, Part B: Applications, 62(2-3), 87-88, 2012.

196. M. Shimada and K. K. Tamma, “Conserving/dissipative Algorithms and Designs for a System of N Particles: Total energy Framework and Single Field Form,” Computers and Structures, 380-405, 2012.

197. K. K. Tamma, “Macroscale One-Temperature Theory: Heat Transfer and Constitutive Models,” Encyl. Thermal Stresses, Springer Publishers (to appear); id: 00743

198. K. K. Tamma, “Microscale Two-Temperature Theory: Heat Transfer and Constitutive Models,” Encyl. Thermal Stresses, Springer Publishers (to appear); id: 00744

199. K. K. Tamma, X. Zhou and C.V.D.R Anderson, “The C- and F-Processes Model and Dynamic Thermoelasticity,” Encyl. Thermal Stresses, Springer Publishers (to appear); id: 00756

200. K. K. Tamma, “Transient Thermal Analysis: The Virtual Pulse Time Integral Method,” Encyl. Thermal Stresses, Springer Publishers (to appear); id: 00765

201. K. K. Tamma, “Heat Conduction with Phase Change: Theoretical and Computational Formulations - 1,” Encyl. Thermal Stresses, Springer Publishers (to appear); id: 00738

202. K. K. Tamma, “Heat Conduction with Phase Change: Multiple Phase Fronts and Time Step Adaptation - 2,” Encyl. Thermal Stresses, Springer Publishers (to appear); id: 00739

203. K. K. Tamma, “Nonclasssical Thermomechanical Models: TheoreticalFormulations” Encyl. Thermal Stresses, Springer Publishers (to appear); id: 00769

204. K. K. Tamma, “Nonclasssical Thermomechanical Models: Numerical Formulations” Encyl. Thermal Stresses, Springer Publishers (to appear); id: 00766

205. K. K. Tamma and A. Jain, “Thermal Contact Applications: Thermal Contact Models” Encyl. Thermal Stresses, Springer Publishers (to appear); id: 00753

206. K. K. Tamma and A. Jain, “Thermal Contact Applications: Mechanical Contact Models” Encyl. Thermal Stresses, Springer Publishers (to appear); id: 00752

207. K. K. Tamma and A. Jain, “Thermal Contact Applications: Finite Element Formulations,” Encyl. Thermal Stresses, Springer Publishers (to appear); id: 00737

208. K. K. Tamma, “Classical Thermomechanical Models: Theoretical Formulations,” Encyl. Thermal Stresses, Springer Publishers (to appear); id: 00768

209. K. K. Tamma, “Classical Thermomechanical Models: Numerical Formulations,” Encyl. Thermal Stresses, Springer Publishers (to appear); id: 00767

210. J. Har and K. K. Tamma, “Advances in Computational Dynamics of Particles, Materials, and Structures,” John Wiley and Sons Inc., 2012.