David Chopp
David Chopp
Professor of Applied Mathematics, Northwestern University
Verified email at northwestern.edu
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Modeling holes and inclusions by level sets in the extended finite-element method
N Sukumar, DL Chopp, N MoŽs, T Belytschko
Computer methods in applied mechanics and engineering 190 (46-47), 6183-6200, 2001
Modelling crack growth by level sets in the extended finite element method
M Stolarska, DL Chopp, N MoŽs, T Belytschko
International journal for numerical methods in Engineering 51 (8), 943-960, 2001
Computing minimal surfaces via level set curvature flow
DL Chopp
The impact of quorum sensing and swarming motility on Pseudomonas aeruginosa biofilm formation is nutritionally conditional
JD Shrout, DL Chopp, CL Just, M Hentzer, M Givskov, MR Parsek
Molecular microbiology 62 (5), 1264-1277, 2006
Extended finite element method and fast marching method for three-dimensional fatigue crack propagation
N Sukumar, DL Chopp, B Moran
Engineering Fracture Mechanics 70 (1), 29-48, 2003
The extracellular matrix protects Pseudomonas aeruginosa biofilms by limiting the penetration of tobramycin
BS Tseng, W Zhang, JJ Harrison, TP Quach, JL Song, J Penterman, ...
Environmental microbiology 15 (10), 2865-2878, 2013
Some improvements of the fast marching method
DL Chopp
SIAM Journal on Scientific Computing 23 (1), 230-244, 2001
A hybrid extended finite element/level set method for modeling phase transformations
H Ji, D Chopp, JE Dolbow
International Journal for Numerical Methods in Engineering 54 (8), 1209-1233, 2002
Abaqus implementation of extended finite element method using a level set representation for three-dimensional fatigue crack growth and life predictions
J Shi, D Chopp, J Lua, N Sukumar, T Belytschko
Engineering Fracture Mechanics 77 (14), 2840-2863, 2010
Fatigue crack propagation of multiple coplanar cracks with the coupled extended finite element/fast marching method
DL Chopp, N Sukumar
International journal of engineering science 41 (8), 845-869, 2003
A combined extended finite element and level set method for biofilm growth
R Duddu, S Bordas, D Chopp, B Moran
International Journal for Numerical Methods in Engineering 74 (5), 848-870, 2008
Motion by intrinsic Laplacian of curvature
JA Sethian, D Chopp
Interfaces and Free boundaries 1 (1), 107-123, 1999
Three‐dimensional non‐planar crack growth by a coupled extended finite element and fast marching method
N Sukumar, DL Chopp, E Bťchet, N MoŽs
International journal for numerical methods in engineering 76 (5), 727-748, 2008
A projection method for motion of triple junctions by level sets
KA Smith, FJ Solis, D Chopp
Interfaces and free boundaries 4 (3), 263-276, 2002
A Computed example of nonuniqueness of mean curvature flow in R3
S Angenent, T Ilmanen, DL Chopp
Communications in Partial Differential Equations 20 (11-12), 1937-1958, 1995
A two‐dimensional continuum model of biofilm growth incorporating fluid flow and shear stress based detachment
R Duddu, DL Chopp, B Moran
Biotechnology and bioengineering 103 (1), 92-104, 2009
Flow under curvature: singularity formation, minimal surfaces, and geodesics
DL Chopp, JA Sethian
Experimental Mathematics 2 (4), 235-255, 1993
Influence of the Hydrodynamic Environment on Quorum Sensing in Pseudomonas aeruginosa Biofilms
MJ Kirisits, JJ Margolis, BL Purevdorj-Gage, B Vaughan, DL Chopp, ...
Journal of bacteriology 189 (22), 8357-8360, 2007
A mathematical model of quorum sensing in a growing bacterial biofilm
DL Chopp, MJ Kirisits, B Moran, MR Parsek
Journal of Industrial Microbiology and Biotechnology 29 (6), 339-346, 2002
Computation of self-similar solutions for mean curvature flow
DL Chopp
Experimental Mathematics 3 (1), 1-15, 1994
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