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Ervin, Vincent J. - Department of Mathematical Sciences, Clemson University
Residual A Posteriori Error Estimator for a Three-Field Model of a Non-linear Generalized Stokes Problem
Coupling Non-Linear Stokes and Darcy Flow using Mortar Finite V.J. Ervin
A fractional step -method for viscoelastic fluid flow using a SUPG approximation
A Dual-Mixed Approximation Method for a Three-Field Model of a Nonlinear Generalized Stokes Problem
Analysis of the Oseen-Viscoelastic Fluid Flow Problem Vincent J. Ervin
PERGAMON Computers and Mathematics with Applications 0 (2005) 10 www.elsevier.com/locate/camwa
Approximation of Time-Dependent, Multi-Component, Viscoelastic Vincent J. Ervin
Approximation of Time-Dependent, Viscoelastic Fluid Flow: SUPG Approximation
Numerical Analysis of a Higher Order Time Relaxation Model of Vincent J. Ervin
Numerical Approximation of a Time Dependent, Non-linear, Fractional Order Diffusion Equation
Variational solution of fractional advection dispersion equations on bounded domains in IRd
Variational Formulation for the Stationary Fractional Advection Dispersion Equation
Stabilized Approximation to Degenerate Transport Equations via V.J. Ervin
UNCORRECTED 2 Improving the effectivity of residual based a posteriori
A Posteriori Error Estimation and Adaptive Computation of Viscoelastic Fluid Flow
NUMERICAL ANALYSIS OF FILTER BASED STABILIZATION FOR EVOLUTION VINCENT J. ERVIN, WILLIAM J. LAYTON, AND MONIKA NEDA
A Two-Parameter Defect-Correction Method for Computation of Steady-State Viscoelastic Fluid Flow
Coupled Generalized Nonlinear Stokes Flow with flow through a Porous Media
Approximation of Time-Dependent, Viscoelastic Fluid Flow: CrankNicolson, Finite Element Approximation
A connection between Scott-Vogelius and grad-div stabilized Taylor-Hood FE approximations of the Navier-Stokes
MATHEMATICAL METHODS IN THE APPLIED SCIENCES Math. Meth. Appl. Sci. 2004; 27:1934 (DOI: 10.1002/mma.432)
Numerical Approximation of a quasi-Newtonian Stokes Flow Problem with Defective Boundary Conditions
Stable computing with an enhanced physics based scheme for the 3d Navier-Stokes equations
Defect Correction Method for Viscoelastic Fluid Flows at High Weissenberg Number
Stenberg's sufficiency criteria for the LBB condition for Axisymmetric Stokes Flow
Computational Bases for RTk and BDMk on Triangles V.J. Ervin