Pedro Baiz
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Natural frequencies of cracked functionally graded material plates by the extended finite element method
S Natarajan, PM Baiz, S Bordas, T Rabczuk, P Kerfriden
Composite structures 93 (11), 3082-3092, 2011
1202011
A floating node method for the modelling of discontinuities in composites
BY Chen, ST Pinho, NV De Carvalho, PM Baiz, TE Tay
Engineering Fracture Mechanics 127, 104-134, 2014
1182014
Numerical analysis of size effects on open-hole tensile composite laminates
BY Chen, TE Tay, PM Baiz, ST Pinho
Composites Part A: Applied Science and Manufacturing 47, 52-62, 2013
1152013
Modeling delamination migration in cross-ply tape laminates
NV De Carvalho, BY Chen, ST Pinho, JG Ratcliffe, PM Baiz, TE Tay
Composites Part A: Applied Science and Manufacturing 71, 192-203, 2015
682015
Linear buckling analysis of cracked plates by SFEM and XFEM
P Baiz, S Natarajan, S Bordas, P Kerfriden, T Rabczuk
Journal of Mechanics of Materials and Structures 6 (9), 1213-1238, 2012
672012
Linear free flexural vibration of cracked functionally graded plates in thermal environment
S Natarajan, PM Baiz, M Ganapathi, P Kerfriden, S Bordas
Computers & structures 89 (15-16), 1535-1546, 2011
572011
Local buckling of thin-walled structures by the boundary element method
PM Baiz, MH Aliabadi
Engineering analysis with boundary elements 33 (3), 302-313, 2009
192009
Mixed finite element formulations for strain-gradient elasticity problems using the FEniCS environment
V Phunpeng, PM Baiz
Finite Elements in Analysis and Design 96, 23-40, 2015
182015
Linear buckling analysis of shear deformable shallow shells by the boundary domain element method
PM Baiz, MH Aliabadi
Computer Modeling in Engineering and Sciences 13 (1), 19, 2006
182006
A locking-free meshfree method for the simulation of shear-deformable plates based on a mixed variational formulation
JS Hale, PM Baiz
Computer Methods in Applied Mechanics and Engineering 241, 311-322, 2012
172012
Crack growth simulation in integrally stiffened structures including residual stress effects from manufacturing. Part I: Model overview
SM Häusler, PM Baiz, SMO Tavares, A Brot, P Horst, MH Aliabadi, ...
Structural Durability & Health Monitoring 7 (3), 163, 2011
172011
Dynamic analysis of a viscoelastic orthotropic cracked body using the extended finite element method
M Toolabi, AS Fallah, PM Baiz, LA Louca
Engineering Fracture Mechanics 109, 17-32, 2013
162013
Buckling analysis of shear deformable shallow shells by the boundary element method
PM Baiz, MH Aliabadi
Engineering analysis with boundary elements 31 (4), 361-372, 2007
152007
Crack growth simulation in integrally stiffened structures including residual stress effects from manufacturing. Part II: Modelling and experiments comparison
SMO Tavares, SM Häusler, PM Baiz, P De Castro, P Horst, MH Aliabadi
Structural Durability & Health Monitoring 7 (3), 191, 2011
142011
Post buckling analysis of shear deformable shallow shells by the boundary element method
PM Baiz, MH Aliabadi
International journal for numerical methods in engineering 84 (4), 379-433, 2010
102010
AN EXTENED PHANTOM NODE METHOD FOR CRACK INTERACTIONS IN COMPOSITES
B Chen, ST Pinho, PM Baiz, TE Tay
Proceedings of the 20th UK Conference of the Association for Computational …, 2012
92012
Modeling quasi-static and fatigue-driven delamination migration
NV De Carvalho, JG Ratcliffe, BY Chen, ST Pinho, PM Baiz, TE Tay
29th ASC Technical Conference, La Jolla, CA, USA, 2014
72014
Floating Node Method and Virtual Crack Closure Technique for Modeling Matrix Cracking-Delamination Migration
NV DeCarvalho, BY Chen, ST Pinho, PM Baiz, JG Ratcliffe, T Tay
19th International Conference on Composite Materials (ICCM19), Montreal, QC …, 2013
72013
Stability analysis of plates
MH Aliabadi, PM Baiz, EL Albuquerque
Recent Advances in Boundary Element Methods, 1-14, 2009
72009
Effect of finite element mesh orientation on solution accuracy for torsional problems
N Troyani, A Perez, P Baiz
Finite elements in analysis and design 41 (14), 1377-1383, 2005
72005
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