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A superelement is a concept associated with the finite element method which is used to describe a particular grouping of a set of finite elements which is defined with the purpose of being employed as a single element.


  • Zu-Qing Qu (2004). Model Order Reduction Techniques: with Applications in Finite Element Analysis. Springer. p. 257. ISBN 1852338075.