# Hassan Ugail

• Computer Aided Geometric Design
• 2004
We present a new method of surface generation from prescribed boundaries based on the elliptic partial differential operators. In particular, we focus on the study of the so-called harmonic and biharmonic Bézier surfaces. The main result we report here is that any biharmonic Bézier surface is fully determined by the boundary control points. We compare the(More)
• ACM Trans. Graph.
• 1999
Interactive design of practical surfaces using the partial differential equation (PDE) method is considered. The PDE method treats surface design as a boundary value problem (ensuring that surfaces can be defined using a small set of design parameters). Owing to the elliptic nature of the PDE operator, the boundary conditions imposed around the edges of the(More)
• Computer Aided Geometric Design
• 2006
In this paper we present a method for generating Bézier surfaces from the boundary information based on a general 4th-order PDE. This is a generalisation of our previous work on harmonic and biharmonic Bézier surfaces whereby we studied the Bézier solutions for Laplace and the standard biharmonic equation, respectively. Here we study the Bézier solutions of(More)
• The Visual Computer
• 2004
This paper extends the PDE method of surface generation. The governing partial differential equation is generalised to sixth order to increase its flexibility. The PDE is solved analytically, even in the case of general boundary conditions, making the method fast. The boundary conditions, which control the surface shape, are specified interactively,(More)
The aim of this paper is to show how the spine of a PDE surface can be generated and how it can be used to efficiently parameterise a PDE surface. For the purpose of the work presented here an approximate analytic solution form for the chosen PDE is utilised. It is shown that the spine of the PDE surface is then computed as a by-product of this analytic(More)
• International journal of pharmaceutics
• 2011
The mechanisms involved for compaction of pharmaceutical powders have become a crucial step in the development cycle for robust tablet design with required properties. Compressibility of pharmaceutical materials is measured by a force-displacement relationship which is commonly analysed using a well known method, the Heckel model. This model requires the(More)