Publications

  • A massively parallel multiscale CAFE framework for the modelling of fracture in heterogeneous materials under dynamic loading. Hewitt, Sam; Margetts, Lee; Shterenlikht, Anton; Revell, Alistair (2020). 139 102737.
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  • OpenFPCI: A parallel fluid structure interaction framework. Hewitt, Sam; Margetts, Lee; Revell, Alistair; Pankaj, Pankaj; Levrero-Florencio, Francesc (2019). 244 469--482.
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  • Modelling fracture in heterogeneous materials on HPC systems using a hybrid MPI/Fortran coarray multi-scale CAFE framework. Shterenlikht, A.; Margetts, L.; Cebamanos, L. (2018).
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  • Nonlinear homogenisation of trabecular bone: Effect of solid phase constitutive model. Levrero-Florencio, Francesc; Manda, Krishnagoud; Margetts, Lee; Pankaj, Pankaj (2017). 231(5) 405-414.
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  • Effect of including damage at the tissue level in the nonlinear homogenisation of trabecular bone. Levrero-Florencio, Francesc; Manda, Krishnagoud; Margetts, Lee; Pankaj, Pankaj (2017). 16(5) 1681--1695.
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  • Use of massively parallel computing to improve modelling accuracy within the nuclear sector. Evans, L; Arregui-Mena, J; Mummery, P; Akers, R; Surrey, E; Shterenlikht, A; Broggi, M; Margetts, L (2016). 10(2)
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  • Evaluating the macroscopic yield behaviour of trabecular bone using a nonlinear homogenisation approach. Levrero-Florencio, Francesc; Margetts, Lee; Sales, Erika; Xie, Shuqiao; Manda, Krishnagoud; Pankaj, Pankaj (2016). 61 384 - 396.
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  • Spatial variability in the coefficient of thermal expansion induces pre-service stresses in computer models of virgin Gilsocarbon bricks. Arregui Mena, Jose; Margetts, Lee; Griffiths, D V; Lever, Louise; Hall, Graham; Mummery, Paul (2015). 465 793--804.
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  • Thermal characterisation of ceramic/metal joining techniques for fusion applications using X-ray tomography. Evans, Llion Marc; Margetts, Lee; Casalegno, Valentina; Leonard, Fabien; Lowe, Tristan; Lee, Peter D; Schmidt, M; Mummery, Paul M (2014). 89(6) 826--836.
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  • Simulating sauropod manus-only trackway formation using finite-element analysis. Falkingham, P. L.; Bates, K. T.; Margetts, L.; Manning, P. L. (2011). 7(1) 142--145.
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  • The 'Goldilocks' effect: Preservation bias in vertebrate track assemblages. Falkingham, P. L.; Bates, K. T.; Margetts, L.; Manning, P. L. (2011). 8(61) 1142--1154.
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  • Fossil vertebrate tracks as paleopenetrometers: Confounding effects of foot morphology. Falkingham, P. L.; Margetts, L.; Manning, P. L. (2010). 25(6) 356--360.
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  • Reinterpretation of palmate and semi-palmate (webbed) fossil tracks; insights from finite element modelling. Falkingham, Peter L.; Margetts, Lee; Smith, Ian M.; Manning, Phillip L. (2009). 271(1-2) 69--76.
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  • The convergence variability of parallel iterative solvers. Smith, Ian M.; Margetts, Lee (2006). 23(2) 154--165.
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