David Moxey
David Moxey
Professor of Computational Engineering, King's College London
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The onset of turbulence in pipe flow
K Avila, D Moxey, A de Lozar, M Avila, D Barkley, B Hof
Science 333 (6039), 192-196, 2011
Nektar++: An open-source spectral/hp element framework
CD Cantwell, D Moxey, A Comerford, A Bolis, G Rocco, G Mengaldo, ...
Computer Physics Communications 192, 205-219, 2015
Distinct large-scale turbulent-laminar states in transitional pipe flow
D Moxey, D Barkley
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 107 (18), 8091-8096, 2010
Nektar++: enhancing the capability and application of high-fidelity spectral/hp element methods
D Moxey, CD Cantwell, Y Bao, A Cassinelli, G Castiglioni, S Chun, E Juda, ...
Computer Physics Communications 249, 107110, 2020
Dealiasing techniques for high-order spectral element methods on regular and irregular grids
G Mengaldo, D De Grazia, D Moxey, PE Vincent, SJ Sherwin
Journal of Computational Physics 299, 56-81, 2015
Implicit large-eddy simulation of a wingtip vortex
JEW Lombard, D Moxey, SJ Sherwin, JFA Hoessler, S Dhandapani, ...
AIAA Journal 54 (2), 506-518, 2016
An isoparametric approach to high-order curvilinear boundary-layer meshing
D Moxey, MD Green, SJ Sherwin, J Peirˇ
Computer Methods in Applied Mechanics and Engineering 283, 636-650, 2015
Connections between the discontinuous Galerkin method and high‐order flux reconstruction schemes
D De Grazia, G Mengaldo, D Moxey, PE Vincent, SJ Sherwin
International Journal for Numerical Methods in Fluids 75 (12), 860-877, 2014
To CG or to HDG: A Comparative Study in 3D
S Yakovlev, D Moxey, RM Kirby, SJ Sherwin
Journal of Scientific Computing 67 (1), 192-220, 2016
High-order curvilinear meshing using a thermo-elastic analogy
D Moxey, D Ekelschot, ▄ Keskin, SJ Sherwin, J Peirˇ
Computer-Aided Design 72, 130-139, 2016
Stability of projection methods for incompressible flows using high order pressure-velocity pairs of same degree: Continuous and Discontinuous Galerkin formulations
E Ferrer, D Moxey, RHJ Willden, SJ Sherwin
Communications in Computer Physics 16, 817-840, 2014
Curvilinear mesh generation using a variational framework
M Turner, J Peirˇ, D Moxey
Computer-Aided Design 103, 73-91, 2018
A variational framework for high-order mesh generation
M Turner, J Peirˇ, D Moxey
Procedia Engineering 163, 340-352, 2016
Industry-Relevant Implicit Large-Eddy Simulation of a High-Performance Road Car via Spectral/hp Element Methods
G Mengaldo, D Moxey, M Turner, RC Moura, A Jassim, M Taylor, J Peiro, ...
SIAM Review 63 (4), 723-755, 2021
A thermo-elastic analogy for high-order curvilinear meshing with control of mesh validity and quality
D Moxey, D Ekelschot, ▄ Keskin, SJ Sherwin, J Peirˇ
Procedia Engineering 82, 127-135, 2014
Nektar++: Design and implementation of an implicit, spectral/hp element, compressible flow solver using a Jacobian-free Newton Krylov approach
ZG Yan, Y Pan, G Castiglioni, K Hillewaert, J Peirˇ, D Moxey, SJ Sherwin
Computers & Mathematics with Applications 81, 351-372, 2021
A comparison of the shared-memory parallel programming models OpenMP, OpenACC and Kokkos in the context of implicit solvers for high-order FEM
J Eichstńdt, M Vymazal, D Moxey, J Peirˇ
Computer Physics Communications 255, 107245, 2020
Efficient matrix-free high-order finite element evaluation for simplicial elements
D Moxey, R Amici, M Kirby
SIAM Journal on Scientific Computing 42 (3), C97-C123, 2020
Accelerating uncertainty quantification of groundwater flow modelling using a deep neural network proxy
MB Lykkegaard, TJ Dodwell, D Moxey
Computer Methods in Applied Mechanics and Engineering 383, 113895, 2021
Optimising the performance of the spectral/hp element method with collective linear algebra operations
D Moxey, CD Cantwell, RM Kirby, SJ Sherwin
Computer Methods in Applied Mechanics and Engineering 310, 628-645, 2016
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