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Dear Friend,
this is the 29th issue of the IGF Journal … and we have other news for you!!
First of all, some details about this issue. As you can see, 37 papers! 32 papers are dedicated to the Computational Mechanics and Mechanics of Materials activities in Italy. Sonia Marfia and Elio Sacco (Università di Cassino e del Lazio Meridionale) are the guest editors and we are grateful for all their efforts that allowed to obtain and important state of art of the research activities in Italy on the Computational Mechanics and Mechanics of Materials.
Secondly, we started a cooperation with CrossRef, an association of scholarly publishers that develops shared infrastructure to support more effective scholarly communications. CrossRef citation-linking network today covers over 67 million journal articles and other content items (books chapters, data, theses, technical reports) from thousands of scholarly and professional publishers around the globe.
Last, but not least, the new address (and the new server) for our journal: www.fracturae.com. Starting from July 4th the "Fracture and Structural Integrity" journal is hosted on a cloud server. Cloud servers mean virtual servers which run on cloud computing environment. The key benefits of using cloud servers are:
- Flexibility and scalability; extra resource can be accessed as and when required;
- Cost-effectiveness; whilst being available when needed, clients only pay for what they are using at a particular time;
- Reliability; due to the number of available servers, if there are problems with some, the resource will be shifted so that clients are unaffected.
Thanks to the new server it will be possible to activate in the future new and (we hope!) useful services. At www.fracturae.com you can find both the IGF journal Frattura ed Integrità Strutturale and the other two journals we publish on line in our OJS server with the permission of AIM (La Metallurgia Italiana) and of Teksid (Metallurgical Science and Technology), respectively. We hope you will appreciate the possibility to read all these journals using the same portal.

Francesco Iacoviello
Direttore F&IS

Articles

Strain gradient elasticity within the symmetric BEM formulation

S. Terravecchia, T. Panzeca, C. Polizzotto
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pages 61-73

Response of porous SMA: a micromechanical study

V. Sepe, S. Marfia, F. Auricchio
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pages 85-96

CH of masonry materials via meshless meso-modeling

Giuseppe Giambanco, Emma La Malfa Ribolla, Antonino Spada
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pages 150-165

Limit analysis on FRP-strengthened RC members

D. De Domenico, A.A. Pisano, P. Fuschi
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pages 209-221

The strong formulation finite element method: stability and accuracy

Francesco Tornabene, Nicholas Fantuzzi, Michele Bacciocchi
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pages 251-265

Crack detection in beam-like structures by nonlinear harmonic identification

Paolo Casini, Fabrizio Vestroni, Oliviero Giannini
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pages 313-324

Integrated structure for a resonant micro-gyroscope and accelerometer

V. Zega, C. Comi, A. Corigliano, C. Valzasina
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pages 334-342

A numerical framework for simulating fluid-structure interaction phenomena

A. De Rosis, S. de Miranda, C. Burrafato, F. Ubertini
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pages 343-350

Mixed methods for viscoelastodynamics and topology optimization

Giacomo Maurelli, Nadia Maini, Paolo Venini
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pages 351-363

Development of biodegradable magnesium alloy stents with coating

Lorenza Petrini, Wei Wu, Dario Gastaldi, Lina Altomare, Silvia Farè, Francesco Migliavacca, Ali Gökhan Demir, Barbara Previtali, Maurizio Vedani
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pages 364-375

Experimental investigation of fibre reinforced plastics with hybrid layups under high-velocity impact loads

Marco Romano, Carl J. J. Hoinkes, Ingo Ehrlich, Johann Höcherl, Norbert Gebbeken
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pages 385-398

Estimate of compressive strength of an unidirectional composite lamina using cross-ply and angle-ply laminates

M. Scafè, G. Raiteri, A. Brentari, R. Dlacic, E. Troiani, M. P. Falaschetti, E. Besseghini
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pages 399-409