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Tetrahedral mesh optimisation and adaptivity for steady-state and transient finite element calculations
CC Pain, AP Umpleby, CRE De Oliveira, AJH Goddard
Computer Methods in Applied Mechanics and Engineering 190 (29-30), 3771-3796, 2001
Non-linear regimes of fluid flow in rock fractures
RW Zimmerman, A Al-Yaarubi, CC Pain, CA Grattoni
International Journal of Rock Mechanics and Mining Sciences 41, 163-169, 2004
Eastern Mediterranean tectonics and tsunami hazard inferred from the AD 365 earthquake
B Shaw, NN Ambraseys, PC England, MA Floyd, GJ Gorman, ...
Nature Geoscience 1 (4), 268-276, 2008
Three-dimensional unstructured mesh ocean modelling
CC Pain, MD Piggott, AJH Goddard, F Fang, GJ Gorman, DP Marshall, ...
Ocean Modelling 10 (1-2), 5-33, 2005
A new computational framework for multi‐scale ocean modelling based on adapting unstructured meshes
MD Piggott, GJ Gorman, CC Pain, PA Allison, AS Candy, BT Martin, ...
International Journal for Numerical Methods in Fluids 56 (8), 1003-1015, 2008
Conservative interpolation between unstructured meshes via supermesh construction
PE Farrell, MD Piggott, CC Pain, GJ Gorman, CR Wilson
Computer methods in applied mechanics and engineering 198 (33-36), 2632-2642, 2009
A study of bubbling and slugging fluidised beds using the two-fluid granular temperature model
CC Pain, S Mansoorzadeh, CRE De Oliveira
International Journal of Multiphase Flow 27 (3), 527-551, 2001
Development of an assessment system for the blastability of rock masses
JP Latham, P Lu
International Journal of Rock Mechanics and Mining Sciences 36 (1), 41-55, 1999
Verification and validation of a coarse grain model of the DEM in a bubbling fluidized bed
M Sakai, M Abe, Y Shigeto, S Mizutani, H Takahashi, A Viré, JR Percival, ...
Chemical Engineering Journal 244, 33-43, 2014
A nonhydrostatic finite-element model for three-dimensional stratified oceanic flows. Part I: Model formulation
R Ford, CC Pain, MD Piggott, AJH Goddard, CRE De Oliveira, ...
Monthly Weather Review 132 (12), 2816-2831, 2004
A simple model for deviations from the cubic law for a fracture undergoing dilation or closure
S Sisavath, A Al-Yaarubi, CC Pain, RW Zimmerman
Thermo-Hydro-Mechanical Coupling in Fractured Rock, 1009-1022, 2003
Non-linear model reduction for the Navier–Stokes equations using residual DEIM method
D Xiao, F Fang, AG Buchan, CC Pain, IM Navon, J Du, G Hu
Journal of Computational Physics 263, 1-18, 2014
Fluid flow monitoring in oil fields using downhole measurements of electrokinetic potential
JH Saunders, MD Jackson, CC Pain
Geophysics 73 (5), E165-E180, 2008
Model identification of reduced order fluid dynamics systems using deep learning
Z Wang, D Xiao, F Fang, R Govindan, CC Pain, Y Guo
International Journal for Numerical Methods in Fluids 86 (4), 255-268, 2018
A mixed discontinuous/continuous finite element pair for shallow-water ocean modelling
CJ Cotter, DA Ham, CC Pain
Ocean Modelling 26 (1-2), 86-90, 2009
Non‐intrusive reduced‐order modelling of the Navier–Stokes equations based on RBF interpolation
D Xiao, F Fang, C Pain, G Hu
International Journal for Numerical Methods in Fluids 79 (11), 580-595, 2015
Anisotropic mesh adaptivity for multi-scale ocean modelling
MD Piggott, PE Farrell, CR Wilson, GJ Gorman, CC Pain
Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society A: Mathematical, Physical …, 2009
Study on a large-scale discrete element model for fine particles in a fluidized bed
M Sakai, H Takahashi, CC Pain, JP Latham, J Xiang
Advanced Powder Technology 23 (5), 673-681, 2012
Non-intrusive reduced order modelling of the Navier–Stokes equations
D Xiao, F Fang, AG Buchan, CC Pain, IM Navon, A Muggeridge
Computer Methods in Applied Mechanics and Engineering 293, 522-541, 2015
Reservoir modeling for flow simulation by use of surfaces, adaptive unstructured meshes, and an overlapping-control-volume finite-element method
M Jackson, J Percival, P Mostaghimi, B Tollit, D Pavlidis, C Pain, J Gomes, ...
SPE Reservoir Evaluation & Engineering 18 (02), 115-132, 2015
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