Publications of the HPC²
Publications by HPC centers and institutes include items from past years such as an early publication written by one of the HPC founding investigators, Dr. Joe Thompson. Numerical Grid Generation was originally published by Elsevier Science Publishing Co., Inc. in 1985, and the copyright was transferred to Joe F. Thompson in 1997.
Publications for: Thompson
Zhang, L., Laramee, R., Thompson, D., Sescu, A., & Chen, G. (2017). Compute and Visualize Discontinuity Among Neighboring Integral Curves of 2D Vector Fields. Topological Methods in Data Analysis and Visualization IV: Theory, Algorithms, and Applications. Springer. ISBN 978-3-319-44682-0, 187-204.
Tong, X., Thompson, D., Arnoldus, Q., Collins, E. M., & Luke, E. (2017). Three-Dimensional Surface Evolution and Mesh Deformation for Aircraft Icing Applications. Journal of Aircraft. AIAA. 54(3), 1047-1063. DOI:10.2514/1.C033949. [Abstract]
Non-Refereed Conference Abstracts
Patel, R., Riveros, G., & Thompson, D. (2017). Fundamentals of Load Transfer Mechanisms in Biostructures: A Complex Network Approach. Journal of the Mississippi Academy of Sciences (Proceedings of the 81st Annual Meeting of the Mississippi Academy of Sciences). Hattiesburg, MS. 62(1), 115.
Non-Refereed Conference Papers
Burgreen, GW, Bhushan, S., Wang, X., Chambers, B., Blake, J., Thompson, D., & Foster, J. W. (2017). High-Fidelity Unsteady Flow Simulation Strategy for Ground Vehicle Fording and Swimming. NATO CSO STO AVT-265 Specialist Meeting. Vilnius, Lithuania. [Abstract]
Patel, R., Thompson, D., & Riveros, G. (2017). Fundamentals of Load Transfer Mechanisms in Biostructures: A Complex Network Approach. 33rd Annual Southern Biomedical Engineering Conference. Gulfport, MS.
Non-Refereed Conference Posters
Bhushan, S., Salunkhe, S., & Thompson, D. (2017). Validation of Hydrokinetic Turbulent Wake Predictions and Analysis of Wake Recovery Mechanism. All Energy Conference. Glasgow, Scotland, UK.
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