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Philippe Remy Bernard Devloo
Philippe Remy Bernard Devloo
Professor Dr. Faculdade de Engenharia Civíl, Arquitetura e Urbanismo - Unicamp
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A Fully Automatic hp-Adaptivity
L Demkowicz, W Rachowicz, P Devloo
Journal of Scientific Computing 17, 117-142, 2002
2902002
On an h-type mesh-refinement strategy based on minimization of interpolation errors
L Demkowicz, P Devloo, JT Oden
Computer Methods in Applied Mechanics and Engineering 53 (1), 67-89, 1985
1981985
Adaptive finite element methods for the analysis of inviscid compressible flow: Part I. Fast refinement/unrefinement and moving mesh methods for unstructured meshes
JT Oden, T Strouboulis, P Devloo
Computer Methods in Applied Mechanics and Engineering 59 (3), 327-362, 1986
1541986
PZ: An object oriented environment for scientific programming
PRB Devloo
Computer methods in applied mechanics and engineering 150 (1-4), 133-153, 1997
1131997
An hp adaptive finite element method for the numerical simulation of compressible flow
P Devloo, JT Oden, P Pattani
Computer methods in applied mechanics and engineering 70 (2), 203-235, 1988
1111988
Verification benchmarks for single-phase flow in three-dimensional fractured porous media
I Berre, WM Boon, B Flemisch, A Fumagalli, D Gläser, E Keilegavlen, ...
Advances in Water Resources 147, 103759, 2021
952021
Implementation of an adaptive refinement technique for the SUPG algorithm
P Devloo, JT Oden, T Strouboulis
Computer methods in applied mechanics and engineering 61 (3), 339-358, 1987
871987
Adaptive finite element methods for high‐speed compressible flows
JT Oden, T Strouboulis, P Devloo
International journal for numerical methods in fluids 7 (11), 1211-1228, 1987
691987
Systematic and generic construction of shape functions for p-adaptive meshes of multidimensional finite elements
PRB Devloo, CMAA Bravo, EC Rylo
Computer Methods in Applied Mechanics and Engineering 198 (21-26), 1716-1725, 2009
592009
A multiscale hybrid method for Darcy’s problems using mixed finite element local solvers
O Duran, PRB Devloo, SM Gomes, F Valentin
Computer methods in applied mechanics and engineering 354, 213-244, 2019
522019
A finite element model for three dimensional hydraulic fracturing
PRB Devloo, PD Fernandes, SM Gomes, CMAA Bravo, RG Damas
Mathematics and Computers in Simulation 73 (1-4), 142-155, 2006
492006
A new procedure for the construction of hierarchical high order Hdiv and Hcurl finite element spaces
D De Siqueira, PRB Devloo, SM Gomes
Journal of Computational and Applied Mathematics 240, 204-214, 2013
482013
Object oriented programming in scientific computations: the beginning of a new era
J SERGIO RODRIGUES ALVES FILHO, P REMY BERNARD DEVLOO
Engineering Computations 8 (1), 81-87, 1991
431991
Three dimensional hierarchical mixed finite element approximations with enhanced primal variable accuracy
DA Castro, PRB Devloo, AM Farias, SM Gomes, D de Siqueira, O Durán
Computer Methods in Applied Mechanics and Engineering 306, 479-502, 2016
362016
Wavelets and adaptive grids for the discontinuous Galerkin method
JL Díaz Calle, PRB Devloo, SM Gomes
Numerical Algorithms 39, 143-154, 2005
332005
Implementation of continuous hp-adaptive finite element spaces without limitations on hanging sides and distribution of approximation orders
JLD Calle, PRB Devloo, SM Gomes
Computers & Mathematics with Applications 70 (5), 1051-1069, 2015
322015
Object oriented tools for scientific computing
PRB Devloo
Engineering with computers 16, 63-72, 2000
302000
An improved numerical integration algorithm for elastoplastic constitutive equations
DL Cecílio, PRB Devloo, SM Gomes, ERS dos Santos, N Shauer
Computers and Geotechnics 64, 1-9, 2015
292015
A three-dimensional adaptive finite element strategy
PR Devloo
Computers & structures 38 (2), 121-130, 1991
281991
A vectorized version of a sparse matrix‐vector multiply
LJ Hayes, P Devloo
International journal for numerical methods in engineering 23 (6), 1043-1056, 1986
281986
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