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1) Limtrakarn, W. and Dechaumphai, P. Computations of HighSpeed Compressible Flows with Adaptive CellCentered Finite Element Method. Journal of the Chinese Institute of Engineers, 2003, 26:553-563., (impact factor 0.172)

2) Limtrakarn, W. and Dechaumphai, P. Adaptive Finite Element Method for HighSpeed FlowStructure Interaction. ACTA MECHANICA SINICA, 2004., (impact factor 0.734)

3) Limtrakarn, W. and Dechaumphai, P. Interaction of HighSpeed Compressible Viscous Flow and Structure by Adaptive Finite Element Method, KSME International Journal, 2004., (impact factor 0.249)

4) Kanchanomai, C., Limtrakarn, W. and Mutoh, Y., Fatigue Crack Growth Behavior in Sn-Pb Eutectic Solder/Copper Joint Under Mode I Loading, Mechanics of Materials, Vol. 37, 2005, pp. 1166-1174. (impact factor 1.045)

5) Limtrakarn, W., Comparison in the Stress Analysis of 2D Solid Mechanics Problems of Finite Element Method and Photoelasticity, KMUTT Research and Development Journal, Vol. 28 (1), 2005.

6) Limtrakarn, W., Stress Analysis on Crack Tip Using Q8 and Adaptive Meshes, Thammasat International Journal of Science and Technology, Vol. 10 (1), 2005.

7) Limtrakarn, W., Nodeless Finite Element Method for 2D Potential Flow Problems, Thammasat International Journal of Science and Technology, Vol. 10 (4), 2005.

8) Limtrakarn, W., Dechapanichkul, B., Olarnrithinum, S., Jirathearanat, S., and Jirathearnart, Comparison of Finite Element Solution and Photoelastic Results for 2D Contact Mechanics Problems, KMUTT Research and Development Journal, Vol. 29 (3), 2006.

9). Kanchanomai, C. and Limtrakarn, W., Effect of Residual Stress on Fatigue Failure of Carbonitrided Low-Carbon Steel, Journal of Materials Engineering and Performance, Vol. 17 (6), 2008. (In press, impact factor = 0.378)

10) Limtrakarn, W., Nodeless Variables Finite Element Method for 2D Heat Transfer Problems, KMUTT Research and Development Journal, Vol. 31 (3), 2008.

11) Krajarng, A., Limtrakarn, W., Reepolmaha, S., andUthaisang-Tanechpongtamb , W., "Primary Culture of Porcine CornealEndothelial Cells: A Tool for Molecular Investigation of CornealEndothelial Function", Thai J Ophthalmol 2008, July- December 22(2):118-126.

12) Limtrakarn, W., Yodsangkham, A., and Dechaumphai, P.,"Determination of KI, KII and Trajectory of Initial Crack by AdaptiveFinite Element Method and Photoelastic Technique", ExperimentalTechniques,2009. (In press, impact factor = 0.4)

13) Reepolmaha S., Limtrakarn, W., Uthaisang-Tanechpongtamb W., andDechaumphai, P., "Fluid Temperature at the Corneal EndotheliumDuringPhacoemulsification:a Comparison of an Ophthalmic ViscosurgicalDevice(IAL-F) and Balanced Salt Solution (BSS) by a Finite ElementMethod", Ophthalmic Research, (Submitted, impact factor = 1.25)

14. Limtrakarn, W., Yodsangkham, A., Namlaow, A., and Dechaumphai, P., "Determination of KI, KII and Trajectory of Initial Crack by Adaptive Finite Element Method and Photoelastic Technique", Experimental Techniques, doi: 10.1111/j.1747-1567.2009.00527.x, 2009. (Impact factor = 0.4)

15. Reepolmaha, S., Limtrakarn, W., and U.T., W., and Prompongsa, D., "Comparative Temperature at Corneal Endothelial Level between Ophthalmic Viscosurgical Device and Balanced Salt Solution during Phacoemulsification", Thai J. Ophthalmol, Vol. 23 (1), 2009.

16. Reepolmaha, S., Limtrakarn, W., U.T., W., and Dechaumphai, P., "Fluid Temperature at the Corneal Endothelium during Phacoemulsification a Comparison of an Ophthalmic Viscosurgical Device (IAL-F) and Balanced Salt Solution (BSS) by a Finite Element Method", Ophthalmic Research, 2009. (In press, Impact factor = 1.25)

17. Limtrakarn, W., Namlaow, A., and Dechaumphai, P., "KI and KII Determinations of Cracks with Different Inclusions by Adaptive Meshing and Reflection Photoelasticity Technique", Engineering Fracture Mechanics, 2009. (Submitted, Impact factor = 1.713)

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