Vinh Phu Nguyen
Vinh Phu Nguyen
Lecturer at Department of Civil Engineering, Monash University
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Meshless methods: a review and computer implementation aspects
VP Nguyen, T Rabczuk, S Bordas, M Duflot
Mathematics and computers in simulation 79 (3), 763-813, 2008
11132008
Isogeometric analysis: an overview and computer implementation aspects
VP Nguyen, C Anitescu, SPA Bordas, T Rabczuk
Mathematics and Computers in Simulation 117, 89-116, 2015
4052015
An extended finite element library
S Bordas, PV Nguyen, C Dunant, A Guidoum, H Nguyen‐Dang
International Journal for Numerical Methods in Engineering 71 (6), 703-732, 2007
3012007
Strain smoothing in FEM and XFEM
SPA Bordas, T Rabczuk, NX Hung, VP Nguyen, S Natarajan, T Bog, ...
Computers & structures 88 (23-24), 1419-1443, 2010
2852010
Nitsche’s method for two and three dimensional NURBS patch coupling
VP Nguyen, P Kerfriden, M Brino, SPA Bordas, E Bonisoli
Computational Mechanics 53 (6), 1163-1182, 2013
1902013
Homogenization-based multiscale crack modelling: From micro-diffusive damage to macro-cracks
VP Nguyen, O Lloberas-Valls, M Stroeven, LJ Sluys
Computer Methods in Applied Mechanics and Engineering 200 (9-12), 1220-1236, 2011
1752011
Multiscale continuous and discontinuous modeling of heterogeneous materials: a review on recent developments
VP Nguyen, M Stroeven, LJ Sluys
Journal of Multiscale Modelling 3 (04), 229-270, 2011
1512011
On the existence of representative volumes for softening quasi-brittle materials–a failure zone averaging scheme
VP Nguyen, O Lloberas-Valls, M Stroeven, LJ Sluys
Computer Methods in Applied Mechanics and Engineering 199 (45-48), 3028-3038, 2010
1492010
A length scale insensitive phase-field damage model for brittle fracture
JY Wu, VP Nguyen
Journal of the Mechanics and Physics of Solids, 2018
1302018
Phase field modeling of fracture
JY Wu, VP Nguyen, CT Nguyen, D Sutula, S Bordas, S Sinaie
Advances in applied mechancis: multi-scale theory and computation 52, 2018
1112018
Multiscale failure modeling of concrete: Micromechanical modeling, discontinuous homogenization and parallel computations
VP Nguyen, M Stroeven, LJ Sluys
Computer Methods in Applied Mechanics and Engineering 201, 139-156, 2012
1032012
Computational homogenization for multiscale crack modeling. Implementational and computational aspects
VP Nguyen, O Lloberas‐Valls, M Stroeven, LJ Sluys
International Journal for Numerical Methods in Engineering 89 (2), 192-226, 2012
892012
Discontinuous Galerkin/extrinsic cohesive zone modeling: Implementation caveats and applications in computational fracture mechanics
VP Nguyen
Engineering fracture mechanics 128, 37-68, 2014
852014
High-order B-splines based finite elements for delamination analysis of laminated composites
VP Nguyen, H Nguyen-Xuan
Composite Structures 102, 261-275, 2013
802013
Modeling dynamic fracture of solids with a phase-field regularized cohesive zone model
VP Nguyen, JY Wu
Computer Methods in Applied Mechanic and Engineering, 2018
772018
Modelling hydraulic fractures in porous media using flow cohesive interface elements
VP Nguyen, H Lian, T Rabczuk, S Bordas
Engineering Geology 225, 68-82, 2017
772017
Two-and three-dimensional isogeometric cohesive elements for composite delamination analysis
VP Nguyen, P Kerfriden, SPA Bordas
Composites Part B: Engineering 60, 193-212, 2014
72*2014
An enhanced continuous–discontinuous multiscale method for modeling mode-I cohesive failure in random heterogeneous quasi-brittle materials
VP Nguyen, M Stroeven, LJ Sluys
Engineering Fracture Mechanics 79, 78-102, 2012
712012
An open source program to generate zero-thickness cohesive interface elements
VP Nguyen
Advances in Engineering Software 74, 27--39, 2014
672014
Experimental study on the effect of fracture geometric characteristics on the permeability in deformable rough-walled fractures
Y Chen, W Liang, H Lian, J Yang, VP Nguyen
International Journal of Rock Mechanics and Mining Sciences 98, 121-140, 2017
462017
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