Jon Trevelyan
Jon Trevelyan
Professor of Engineering, Durham University
Verified email at durham.ac.uk
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A two-dimensional isogeometric boundary element method for elastostatic analysis
RN Simpson, SPA Bordas, J Trevelyan, T Rabczuk
Computer Methods in Applied Mechanics and Engineering 209, 87-100, 2012
3252012
Plane-wave basis finite elements and boundary elements for three-dimensional wave scattering
E Perrey-Debain, O Laghrouche, P Bettess, J Trevelyan
Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London. Series A …, 2004
1212004
Extended isogeometric boundary element method (XIBEM) for two-dimensional Helmholtz problems
MJ Peake, J Trevelyan, G Coates
Computer Methods in Applied Mechanics and Engineering 259, 93-102, 2013
1092013
An isogeometric boundary element method for elastostatic analysis: 2D implementation aspects
RN Simpson, SPA Bordas, H Lian, J Trevelyan
Computers & Structures 118, 2-12, 2013
1072013
Wave boundary elements: a theoretical overview presenting applications in scattering of short waves
E Perrey-Debain, J Trevelyan, P Bettess
Engineering analysis with boundary elements 28 (2), 131-141, 2004
982004
Plane wave interpolation in direct collocation boundary element method for radiation and wave scattering: numerical aspects and applications
E Perrey-Debain, J Trevelyan, P Bettess
Journal of sound and vibration 261 (5), 839-858, 2003
932003
Evolutionary structural optimisation based on boundary representation of NURBS. Part I: 2D algorithms
E Cervera, J Trevelyan
Computers & structures 83 (23-24), 1902-1916, 2005
852005
Boundary elements for engineers: theory and applications
J Trevelyan
Computational Mechanics, 1994
761994
Wave interpolation finite elements for Helmholtz problems with jumps in the wave speed
O Laghrouche, P Bettess, E Perrey-Debain, J Trevelyan
Computer methods in applied mechanics and engineering 194 (2-5), 367-381, 2005
732005
A numerical integration scheme for special finite elements for the Helmholtz equation
P Bettess, J Shirron, O Laghrouche, B Peseux, R Sugimoto, J Trevelyan
International Journal for Numerical Methods in Engineering 56 (4), 531-552, 2003
682003
Extended isogeometric boundary element method (XIBEM) for three-dimensional medium-wave acoustic scattering problems
MJ Peake, J Trevelyan, G Coates
Computer Methods in Applied Mechanics and Engineering 284, 762-780, 2015
582015
A partition of unity enriched dual boundary element method for accurate computations in fracture mechanics
R Simpson, J Trevelyan
Computer Methods in Applied Mechanics and Engineering 200 (1-4), 1-10, 2011
542011
Finite element systems (A handbook)
CA Brebbia
3rd Edition, 1987
54*1987
Evolutionary structural optimisation based on boundary representation of NURBS. Part II: 3D algorithms
E Cervera, J Trevelyan
Computers & Structures 83 (23-24), 1917-1929, 2005
522005
A coupled BEM/scaled boundary FEM formulation for accurate computations in linear elastic fracture mechanics
GE Bird, J Trevelyan, CE Augarde
Engineering analysis with boundary elements 34 (6), 599-610, 2010
462010
New special wave boundary elements for short wave problems
E Perrey‐Debain, J Trevelyan, P Bettess
Communications in Numerical Methods in Engineering 18 (4), 259-268, 2002
412002
Coupling of the boundary element method and the scaled boundary finite element method for computations in fracture mechanics
SR Chidgzey, J Trevelyan, AJ Deeks
Computers & structures 86 (11-12), 1198-1203, 2008
382008
Plane wave basis finite‐elements for wave scattering in three dimensions
O Laghrouche, P Bettess, E Perrey‐Debain, J Trevelyan
Communications in numerical methods in engineering 19 (9), 715-723, 2003
372003
Numerical simulation of fracking in shale rocks: current state and future approaches
G Hattori, J Trevelyan, CE Augarde, WM Coombs, AC Aplin
Archives of Computational Methods in Engineering 24 (2), 281-317, 2017
312017
Use of wave boundary elements for acoustic computations
E Perrey-Debain, J Trevelyan, P Bettess
Journal of Computational Acoustics 11 (02), 305-321, 2003
302003
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