The new theory of flight was first published in NORMAT 57 (2009):

followed by related publications addressing specific in particular computational aspects:

- 3rd High Lift Prediction Workshop presentation (Summary Workshop)
- Simulation of 3D Unsteady Incompressible Flow Past a NACA 0012 Wing Section
- Computer Simulation of Incompressible Flow Past a Circular Cylinder at Very High Reynolds Numbers
- Adaptive Computation of Aeroacoustic Sources for Rudimentary Landing Gear
- Unicorn: A Unified Continuum Mechanics Solver
- A Computational Study of Turbulent Flow Simulation for a Circular Cylinder Using Skin Friction Boundary Conditions
- Time-resolved Adaptive Direct FEM Simulation of High-lift Aircraft Configurations, 2017
- Johan Hoffman, Johan Jansson, Niclas Jansson, FEniCS-HPC: Automated predictive high-performance finite element computing with applications in aerodynamics, Lecture Notes in Computer Science, 2016

An updated version of the Mathematical Secret of Flight with more accurate computations is presented in

which in an expanded modified version was submitted to AIAA Journal on March 8, 2012.

After rejection by AIAA the article will instead be published in Journal of Mathematical Fluid Dynamics in the revised form of March 2014:

with an introduction by the editors inviting AIAA to scrutiny and discussion.

The New Theory of Flight is based on

published in Journal of Mathematical Fluid Mechanics 2008. See also:

- FEniCS/HPC
- HighLift
- High Performance Finite Element Modeling Part 1 (edX MOOC course)
- High Performance Finite Element Modeling Part 2 (edX MOOC course)