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Styles, Vanessa - Department of Mathematics, University of Sussex
ESF Workshop on Computational techniques for optimization
Numerical Approximation of Vortex Density Evolution in a Superconductor.
Numerical di usion induced grain boundary motion K.Deckelnick, C.M.Elliott & V.Styles
Finite Element Approximation of a Cahn-Hilliard-Navier-Stokes System
Advanced Mathematics Solutions to Exercise Sheet 1
Computations of bidirectional grain boundary dynamics in thin metallic lms
Surface finite element methods for the numerical solution of diffusion induced grain boundary motion
Stress and diffusion induced interface motion: Modelling and numerical simulations
OPTIMAL CONTROL OF THE PROPAGATION OF A GRAPH IN INHOMOGENEOUS MEDIA
DISCONTINUOUS GALERKIN FINITE ELEMENT APPROXIMATION OF THE CAHNHILLIARD EQUATION WITH CONVECTION
Numerical computation of advection and diffusion on evolving diffuse interfaces
Primal-dual active set methods for Allen-Cahn variational inequalities with
Further and vector calculus Solutions to sheet 3
Solutions to Further and vector calculus 2005 exam with dA = R2 sin dd, n = er and
Advanced Mathematics Solutions to Exercise Sheet 2
Advanced Mathematics Exercise Sheet 3
Advanced Mathematics Solutions to Exercise Sheet 4
THE UNIVERSITY OF SUSSEX ENGINEERING AND DESIGN
Flux Pinning and Boundary Nucleation of Vorticity in a Mean Field Model of Superconducting Vortices
Numerical analysis of a mean eld model of superconducting Charles M. Elliott,
THE UNIVERSITY OF SUSSEX F3126 BSc/MMath EXAMINATIONS 2004
Solutions to Further and vector calculus 2004 exam 1. (i) Calculate the surface integral of f(R, , z) = 3z2 over the closed surface of a
Finite element analysis of a current density -electric eld formulation of Bean's model for superconductivity
Analysis and computations for a model of quasi-static deformation of a thinning sheet arising in superplastic
Numerical and mathematical analysis for solving partial differential equations on evolving surfaces
FINITE ELEMENT APPROXIMATION OF A PHASE FIELD MODEL FOR VOID ELECTROMIGRATION
Bi-directional di usion induced grain boundary motion with triple junctions.
Spring Term Advanced Mathematics -Course document
Further and vector calculus Questions 1. For F = -z cos y + 3
Advanced Mathematics Vanessa Styles
Advanced Mathematics Solutions to Exercise Sheet 3
Solutions to Further and vector calculus 2003 exam 1. For F = -z cos y + 3
Advanced Mathematics for Engineers Questions 1. (a) Solve the first order linear differential equation
1. (a) Solve the initial value problem , y(0) = 0,
Further and vector calculus Solutions to sheet 1
Advanced Mathematics for Engineers -Solutions to 2003 Exam 1. (a) Rearranging the equation gives
Advanced Mathematics for Engineers -Solutions to 2004 Exam 1. (a) In order to solve the I.V.P.
COMMUNICATIONS ON Website: http://AIMsciences.org PURE AND APPLIED ANALYSIS
Error estimates for a nite-di erence approximation of a mean eld model of superconducting vortices in one-dimension.
Under consideration for publication in Euro. Jnl of Applied Mathematics 1 Analysis of a Mean Field Model of Superconducting
A FINITE ELEMENT APPROXIMATION OF A VARIATIONAL INEQUALITY FORMULATION OF BEAN'S MODEL FOR SUPERCONDUCTIVITY
Computation of vorticity evolution for a cylindrical Type-II superconductor subject to parallel and transverse applied magnetic
Advanced Mathematics for Engineers -Solutions to 2005 Exam 1. (a) In order to solve the I.V.P.
Numerical computation of advection and diffusion on evolving diffuse interfaces
THE UNIVERSITY OF SUSSEX F3126 BSc/MMath EXAMINATIONS 2005