1998 - Fellow of the International Association for Computational Mechanics (IACM)
Graham F. Carey performs multidisciplinary study in Finite element method and Mixed finite element method in his work. Graham F. Carey performs integrative study on Mixed finite element method and Finite element method. He integrates several fields in his works, including Applied mathematics and Statistics. He connects Statistics with Applied mathematics in his research. In his works, he undertakes multidisciplinary study on Mathematical analysis and Geometry. Graham F. Carey integrates Geometry and Mathematical analysis in his research. Mechanics is frequently linked to Fluid dynamics in his study. His research on Fluid dynamics often connects related topics like Mechanics. Much of his study explores Structural engineering relationship to Superconvergence.
Graham F. Carey bridges between several scientific fields such as Boundary value problem and Discretization in his study of Mathematical analysis. Many of his studies on Boundary value problem apply to Mathematical analysis as well. In his works, he undertakes multidisciplinary study on Finite element method and Mixed finite element method. Graham F. Carey performs multidisciplinary study in the fields of Applied mathematics and Statistics via his papers. Graham F. Carey performs multidisciplinary study in the fields of Statistics and Applied mathematics via his papers. Graham F. Carey undertakes multidisciplinary studies into Thermodynamics and Mechanics in his work. In his work, he performs multidisciplinary research in Mechanics and Thermodynamics. His Geometry study typically links adjacent topics like Flow (mathematics). Flow (mathematics) is closely attributed to Geometry in his work.
His work on Geometry is typically connected to Mathematical optimization as part of general Grid study, connecting several disciplines of science. In the subject of Geometry, he integrates adjacent scientific disciplines such as Flow (mathematics), Polygon mesh and Grid. His research on Flow (mathematics) frequently links to adjacent areas such as Mechanics. His research on Mechanics frequently links to adjacent areas such as Compressibility. In his research, he undertakes multidisciplinary study on Mathematical optimization and Algorithm. Graham F. Carey incorporates Algorithm and Computer graphics (images) in his research. His research on Galerkin method and Multiphysics is centered around Finite element method. Graham F. Carey connects relevant research areas such as Scheme (mathematics), Boundary value problem, Shallow water equations and Numerical analysis in the realm of Mathematical analysis. Boundary value problem connects with themes related to Mathematical analysis in his study.
Graham F. Carey integrates many fields, such as Finite element method, Galerkin method and Computational fluid dynamics, in his works. In his study, Graham F. Carey carries out multidisciplinary Computational fluid dynamics and Finite element method research. In his works, he undertakes multidisciplinary study on Applied mathematics and Algorithm. Graham F. Carey integrates Algorithm with Mathematical optimization in his research. Graham F. Carey brings together Mathematical optimization and Applied mathematics to produce work in his papers. Geometry is closely attributed to Flow (mathematics) in his study. His Flow (mathematics) study frequently links to adjacent areas such as Geometry. In his works, he undertakes multidisciplinary study on Economic growth and Convergence (economics). He undertakes interdisciplinary study in the fields of Convergence (economics) and Economic growth through his research.
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libMesh: a C++ library for parallel adaptive mesh refinement/coarsening simulations
Benjamin S. Kirk;John W. Peterson;Roy H. Stogner;Graham F. Carey.
Engineering With Computers (2006)
High‐order compact scheme for the steady stream‐function vorticity equations
W. F. Spotz;G. F. Carey.
International Journal for Numerical Methods in Engineering (1995)
Least-squares mixed finite elements for second-order elliptic problems
A. I. Pehlivanov;G. F. Carey;R. D. Lazarov.
SIAM Journal on Numerical Analysis (1994)
Resonant Phase Patterns in a Reaction-Diffusion System
Anna L. Lin;Matthias Bertram;Karl Martinez;Harry L. Swinney.
Physical Review Letters (2000)
A high-order compact formulation for the 3D Poisson equation
W. F. Spotz;G. F. Carey.
Numerical Methods for Partial Differential Equations (1996)
Extension of high‐order compact schemes to time‐dependent problems
W. F. Spotz;G. F. Carey.
Numerical Methods for Partial Differential Equations (2001)
STREAM FUNCTION-VORTICITY DRIVEN CAVITY SOLUTION USING p FINITE ELEMENTS
E. Barragy;G.F. Carey.
Computers & Fluids (1997)
HYPERBOLIC HEAT TRANSFER WITH REFLECTION
G. F. Carey;M. Tsai.
Numerical Heat Transfer Part A-applications (1982)
Book reviewComputational techniques and applications, CTAC-83: J. Noye and C. Fletcher, eds. (North-Holland, Amsterdam, 1984), 982 pp., ISBN 0 444 875271
Graham F. Carey.
Computer Methods in Applied Mechanics and Engineering (1985)
Element-by-element linear and nonlinear solution schemes
Graham F. Carey;Bo-Nan Jiang.
Communications in Applied Numerical Methods (1986)
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