ICES Reports

ICES Reports are authored by ICES Faculty, in collaboration with other Researchers, Visiting Scholars, Post-Doctoral Fellows, and CSEM Students under their supervision. Although they may represent the work of a single ICES Faculty member, the reports are more often a collaboration, and are meant to be a temporary outlet for the work prior to publication in refereed journals and conference proceedings. ICES Report are not meant to be an outlet for the work of non-ICES researchers, scholars, or students that was completed elsewhere, without ICES Faculty collaboration and/or without direct support from ICES/ICES contracts (where such collaboration/support has been noted in an "Acknowledgements" section).

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17-11 — “A framework for designing patient-specific bioprosthetic heart valves using immersogeometric fluid–structure interaction analysis”

Fei Xu, Simone Morganti, Rana Zakerzadeh, David Kamensky, Ferdinando Auricchio, Alessandro Reali, Thomas J.R. Hughes, Michael S. Sacks, and Ming-Chen Hsu

May 16, 2017

17-10 — “High-order polygonal finite elements using ultraweak formulations”

Ali Vaziri Astaneh, Federico Fuentes, Jaime Mora, and Leszek Demkowicz

May 11, 2017

17-09 — “Discrete least-squares finite element methods”

Brendan Keith, Socratis Petrides, Federico Fuentes, and Leszek Demkowicz

May 8, 2017

17-08 — “A multiscale fixed stress split iterative scheme for coupled flowand poromechanics in deep subsurface reservoirs”

Saumik Dana, Benjamin Ganis, and Mary. F. Wheeler

April 16, 2017

17-07 — “A diffuse interface method for the Navier-Stokes/Darcy equations: Perfusion profile for a patient-specific human liver based on MRI scans”

Stein K.F. Stoter, Peter Müller, Luca Cicalese, Massimiliano Tuveri, Dominik Schillinger, and Thomas J.R. Hughes

April 10, 2017

17-06 — “Using a DPG method to validate DMA experimental calibration of viscoelastic materials”

Federico Fuentes, Leszek Demkowicz, and Aleta Wilder

March 31, 2017

17-05 — “Smooth cubic spline spaces on unstructured quadrilateral meshes with particular emphasis on extraordinary points: Geometric design and isogeometric analysis considerations”

Deepesh Toshniwal, Hendrik Speleers, and Thomas J.R. Hughes

March 9, 2017

17-04 — “Hierarchically refined and coarsened splines for moving interface problems, with particular application to phase-field models of prostate tumor growth”

G. Lorenzo, M.A. Scott, K. Tew, T.J.R. Hughes, and H. Gomez

March 9, 2017

17-03 — “A Review of Trimming in Isogeometric Analysis: Challenges, Data Exchange and Simulation Aspects”

Benjamin Marussig and Thomas J. R. Hughes

February 13, 2017

17-02 — “Volumetric Truncated Hierarchical Spline Construction on Unstructured Hexahedral Meshes for Isogeometric Analysis Applications”

Xiaodong Wei, Yongjie Jessica Zhang, and Thomas J.R. Hughes

February 8, 2017