Thanh Tran-Cong
Thanh Tran-Cong
Professor of Mechanical Engineering, University of Southern Queensland, Australia
E-mail confirmado em usq.edu.au
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Multiquadrics—A scattered data approximation scheme with applications to computational fluid-dynamics—II solutions to parabolic, hyperbolic and elliptic partial differential …
EJ Kansa
Computers & mathematics with applications 19 (8-9), 147-161, 1990
21201990
Numerical solution of differential equations using multiquadric radial basis function networks
N Mai-Duy, T Tran-Cong
Neural networks 14 (2), 185-199, 2001
3542001
Approximation of function and its derivatives using radial basis function networks
N Mai-Duy, T Tran-Cong
Applied Mathematical Modelling 27 (3), 197-220, 2003
2752003
A boundary-element analysis of flagellar propulsion
N Phan-Thien, T Tran-Cong, M Ramia
Journal of Fluid Mechanics 184, 533-549, 1987
1451987
Numerical solution of Navier–Stokes equations using multiquadric radial basis function networks
N Mai‐Duy, T Tran‐Cong
International journal for numerical methods in fluids 37 (1), 65-86, 2001
1422001
Stokes problems of multiparticle systems: A numerical method for arbitrary flows
T Tran‐Cong, N Phan‐Thien
Physics of Fluids A: Fluid Dynamics 1 (3), 453-461, 1989
831989
Mesh-free radial basis function network methods with domain decomposition for approximation of functions and numerical solution of Poisson's equations
N Mai-Duy, T Tran-Cong
Engineering Analysis with Boundary Elements 26 (2), 133-156, 2002
802002
Free vibration analysis of laminated composite plates based on FSDT using one-dimensional IRBFN method
D Ngo-Cong, N Mai-Duy, W Karunasena, T Tran-Cong
Computers & structures 89 (1-2), 1-13, 2011
772011
Numerical methods for differential equations
JW Hu, HM Tang
City University, Hong Kong, 1999
68*1999
Free vibration analysis of laminated plate/shell structures based on FSDT with a stabilized nodal-integrated quadrilateral element
H Nguyen-Van, N Mai-Duy, T Tran-Cong
Journal of Sound and Vibration 313 (1-2), 205-223, 2008
652008
A review of drainage and spontaneous rupture in free standing thin films with tangentially immobile interfaces
JE Coons, PJ Halley, SA McGlashan, T Tran-Cong
Advances in colloid and interface science 105 (1-3), 3-62, 2003
632003
Buckling and vibration analysis of laminated composite plate/shell structures via a smoothed quadrilateral flat shell element with in-plane rotations
H Nguyen-Van, N Mai-Duy, W Karunasena, T Tran-Cong
Computers & structures 89 (7-8), 612-625, 2011
622011
On simple formulations of weakly-singular traction & displacement BIE, and their solutions through Petrov-Galerkin approaches
ZD Han, SN Atluri
COMPUTER MODELING IN ENGINEERING AND SCIENCES 4 (1), 5-20, 2003
612003
Approximation of functions and their derivatives: A neural network implementation with applications
T Nguyen-Thien, T Tran-Cong
Applied Mathematical Modelling 23 (9), 687-704, 1999
611999
Three-dimensional study of extrusion processes by Boundary Element Method.
T Tran-Cong, N Phan-Thien
Rheologica Acta 27 (6), 639-648, 1988
601988
A smoothed four-node piezoelectric element for analysis of two-dimensional smart structures
H Nguyen-Van, N Mai-Duy, T Tran-Cong
CMES: Computer Modeling in Engineering and Sciences 23 (3), 209-222, 2008
462008
Liquid level sensors using thin walled cylinders vibrating in circumferential modes
BW Northway, NH Hancock, T Tran-Cong
Measurement Science and Technology 6 (1), 85, 1995
451995
Three-dimensional study of extrusion processes by Boundary Element Method. I: An implementation of high order elements and some Newtonian results
T Tran-Cong, N Phan-Thien
Rheologica acta 27 (1), 21-30, 1988
451988
Indirect RBFN method with thin plate splines for numerical solution of differential equations
N Mai-Duy, T Tran-Cong
CMES: Computer Modeling in Engineering and Sciences 4 (1), 85-102, 2003
432003
An efficient indirect RBFN‐based method for numerical solution of PDEs
N Mai‐Duy, T Tran‐Cong
Numerical Methods for Partial Differential Equations: An International …, 2005
422005
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