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Sumner, J.M.; Blake, S.; Matela, R.J. and Wolff, J.A. (2005). Spatter. Journal of Volcanology and Geothermal Research, 142(1-2) pp. 49–65.

Matela, R. and Summer, J.M. (2005). Modelling Volcanic Fire-Fountains. In: NAFEMS World Congress, Engineering Simulation: Best Practices and Visions of the Future, 17-21 May 2005, Malta.

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Matela, Raymond and Rymer, Hazel (2004). Gravity Meter. Raymond J. Matela & Hazel Rymer, UK Patent GB 0214433.5B.

Paterson, N.T.; Gorham, D. A.; Matela, R.; Moffatt, J. E.; Greasley, A. and Karet, B. (2004). A finite element study of the mechanics of sports mouthguards. In: Hubbard, M.; Mehta, R. D. and Pallis, J. M. eds. The Engineering of Sport 5, Volume 2. UK: International Sports Engineering Assocation, pp. 354–360.

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Martin, J. K.; Matela, R. J. and Sherwen, R. G. (2003). Modelling heat transfer through a novel design of rotary kiln. International Journal of Computer Applications in Technology, 17(4) pp. 233–243.

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Martin, Keith and Matela, Ray (2002). A multimedia distance learning approach to post graduate level teaching of finite element analysis in engineering applications. In: NAFEMS-FENET Technology Workshops in Web Based Training for Engineering Analysis, 13-14 Jun 2002, Zurich.

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Martin, Keith and Matela, Raymond J. (1997). Finite Element Analysis – A distance learning package. In: NAFEMS World Congress ' 97 on Design, Simulation & Optimisation, Reliability & Applicability of Computational Methods, 9-11 Apr 1997, Stuttgart, Germany.

Matela, R. J. and Martin, J. K. (1997). Finite Element Methods in a distance learning environment. In: X111 Polish Conference on Computer Methods in Mechanics, 5-8 May 1997, Poznan, Poland.

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Martin, Keith and Matela, Raymond J. (1995). A multi-media distance learning package for Finite Element Education & Training. In: 5th International Conference on Reliability of Finite Element Methods for Engineering Applications., 10-12 May 1995, Amsterdam, The Netherlands.


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