Longbin Tao

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6 The scaled boundary finite-element method (SBFEM) is a novel semi-analytical method 7 developed in the elasto-statics and elasto-dynamics areas that has the advantages of com8 bining the finite-element method with the boundary-element method. The SBFEM method 9 weakens the governing differential equation in the circumferential direction and solves the 10(More)
Vortex shedding flow of an oscillating vertical cylinder with a disk attached at its keel is considered. This configuration is of interest for the offshore oil and gas industry. A finite difference method is employed to solve the incompressible Navier-Stokes equations in the primitive variables formulation. Test cases were used to guide selection of the(More)
7 An analytical solution using homotopy analysis method is developed to describe the non8 linear progressive waves in water of finite depth. The velocity potential of the wave is ex9 pressed by Fourier series and the nonlinear free surface boundary conditions are satisfied by 10 continuous mapping. Unlike the perturbation method, the present approach is not(More)
4 This paper describes the development of an efficient scaled boundary finite-element model 5 (SBFEM) for the simulation of short-crested wave interaction with a concentric porous cylindri6 cal structure. By weakening the governing differential equation in the circumferential direction, 7 the SBFEM is able to solve analytically the weakened equation in the(More)
The Feature Selective Validation (FSV) Method has been developed as a standard method to mimic an expert's opinion of concurrence between simulation and measurement datasets. This paper presents a comparison of Scattering from model on the Lake to Target on the Sea. Based on the NRCS curves these datasets should appear trendly and quantitive similar. The(More)
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