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Meshless methods for potential problems in electrical engineering applications
[Abstract] In some problems in engineering applications, the mesh generation process represents one of the big challenges when numerical methods such as finite elements, finite differences or boundary elements are applied. ...
Meshless methods applied to potential flow problems
[Abstract] In this paper we discuss some of the meshless approaches that have been recently proposed for solving boundary value problems. Several functional approximations and different integration schemes are studied. In ...
Application of meshless methods to the analysis and design of grounding systems
(Centro Internacional de Métodos Numéricos en Ingeniería, 1998)
[Abstract] Analysis and design of grounding systems of electrical installations involves computing the potential distribution in the earth and the equivalent resistance of the system. Several numerical formulations based ...
Development of integration schemes for meshless numerical approaches based on the SPH method
(The Institute of Mathematics and its Applications, 2001)
[Abstract] In this paper we discuss some of the meshless formulations that have been recently proposed for solving Boundary Value Problems. Several functional approximations are studied both, from a continuum and from a ...
An enriched meshless numerical approach for potential theory problems
(The International Center of Numerical Methods in Engineering, 2000)
[Abstract] One of the meshless thechniques that have been recently proposed for solving Boundary Value Problems is the so-called Weighted Least Square (WLS) Method with a Point Collocation approach. Meshless methods were ...
SPH approaches for free surface flow for engineering applications
[Abstract] In this paper, we study different SPH formulations proposed to solve free surface problems. We center our attention in the corrections added to the SPH method in order to increase its accuracy and to improve its ...