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They extended the method to analyze a variety of body shapes: two-dimensional, axisymmetric and fully three-dimensional results were presented. The influence coefficients were all computed analytically for the two- and three-dimensional cases although in the latter, in order to improve the computer efficiency, multipole expansions were employed to calculate the influence of elements located far from the actual node and the system of equations was solved iteratively by the GaussSeidel method. For axisymmetric problems, the influence coefficients were computed numerically using Simpson's rule but the number of subelements was scaled in such a way that the farther the element lies from the actual node, the fewer the number of subelements used in the calculation.