2022 - Research.com Rising Star of Science Award
Phuc Phung-Van mostly deals with Isogeometric analysis, Composite material, Structural engineering, Finite element method and Piezoelectricity. His Isogeometric analysis research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Volume fraction and Material properties. His studies deal with areas such as Composite number and Carbon nanotube as well as Material properties.
His Carbon nanotube research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Basis function, Differential and Interpolation. In his research, Phuc Phung-Van undertakes multidisciplinary study on Composite material and Mechanics. His study in Piezoelectricity is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Displacement field and Deflection.
His primary scientific interests are in Finite element method, Isogeometric analysis, Structural engineering, Composite material and Material properties. His Finite element method research incorporates themes from Numerical analysis, Mathematical analysis and Deflection. His Isogeometric analysis study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Volume fraction, Boundary value problem and Carbon nanotube.
The various areas that he examines in his Volume fraction study include Elasticity and Differential. His study in Structural engineering is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Shear and Piezoelectricity. His research investigates the connection between Composite material and topics such as Plate theory that intersect with problems in Bending.
Phuc Phung-Van mainly investigates Isogeometric analysis, Boundary value problem, Mathematical analysis, Material properties and Natural frequency. Phuc Phung-Van interconnects Basis function, Composite material, Stiffness and Plate theory in the investigation of issues within Isogeometric analysis. Phuc Phung-Van focuses mostly in the field of Plate theory, narrowing it down to topics relating to Bending and, in certain cases, Differential equation and Composite number.
His Boundary value problem research includes themes of Discretization and Finite element method. His Finite element method study frequently draws connections between related disciplines such as Rule of mixtures. His research in Natural frequency tackles topics such as Deflection which are related to areas like Carbon nanotube.
Basis function, Boundary value problem, Discretization, Modulus and Isogeometric analysis are his primary areas of study. His work deals with themes such as Material Design and Virtual work, which intersect with Basis function. The concepts of his Virtual work study are interwoven with issues in Natural frequency and Buckling.
His study in Material properties extends to Isogeometric analysis with its themes. Phuc Phung-Van conducts interdisciplinary study in the fields of Length scale and Mathematical analysis through his research. His Firefly algorithm research includes a combination of various areas of study, such as Distribution, Plate theory and Volume fraction.
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Isogeometric analysis of functionally graded carbon nanotube-reinforced composite plates using higher-order shear deformation theory
P. Phung-Van;M. Abdel-Wahab;K.M. Liew;S.P.A. Bordas.
Composite Structures (2015)
Static and free vibration analyses and dynamic control of composite plates integrated with piezoelectric sensors and actuators by the cell-based smoothed discrete shear gap method (CS-FEM-DSG3)
P Phung-Van;T Nguyen-Thoi;T Nguyen-Thoi;T Le-Dinh;H Nguyen-Xuan;H Nguyen-Xuan.
Smart Materials and Structures (2013)
Analysis of laminated composite plates integrated with piezoelectric sensors and actuators using higher-order shear deformation theory and isogeometric finite elements
P. Phung-Van;P. Phung-Van;L. De Lorenzis;Chien H. Thai;M. Abdel-Wahab.
Computational Materials Science (2015)
Size-dependent isogeometric analysis of functionally graded carbon nanotube-reinforced composite nanoplates
P. Phung-Van;Qui X. Lieu;H. Nguyen-Xuan;H. Nguyen-Xuan;M. Abdel Wahab;M. Abdel Wahab.
Composite Structures (2017)
A cell‐based smoothed discrete shear gap method using triangular elements for static and free vibration analyses of Reissner–Mindlin plates
T. Nguyen-Thoi;T. Nguyen-Thoi;P. Phung-Van;H. Nguyen-Xuan;H. Nguyen-Xuan;C. Thai-Hoang.
International Journal for Numerical Methods in Engineering (2012)
Porosity-dependent nonlinear transient responses of functionally graded nanoplates using isogeometric analysis
P. Phung-Van;P. Phung-Van;Chien H. Thai;H. Nguyen-Xuan;H. Nguyen-Xuan;M. Abdel Wahab;M. Abdel Wahab.
Composites Part B-engineering (2019)
A cell-based smoothed discrete shear gap method (CS-DSG3) based on the C0-type higher-order shear deformation theory for static and free vibration analyses of functionally graded plates
P. Phung-Van;T. Nguyen-Thoi;T. Nguyen-Thoi;Loc V. Tran;H. Nguyen-Xuan;H. Nguyen-Xuan.
Computational Materials Science (2013)
Static, free vibration and buckling analyses of stiffened plates by CS-FEM-DSG3 using triangular elements
T. Nguyen-Thoi;T. Nguyen-Thoi;T. Bui-Xuan;P. Phung-Van;H. Nguyen-Xuan;H. Nguyen-Xuan.
Computers & Structures (2013)
A cell-based smoothed discrete shear gap method (CS-DSG3) using triangular elements for static and free vibration analyses of shell structures
T. Nguyen-Thoi;T. Nguyen-Thoi;P. Phung-Van;C. Thai-Hoang;H. Nguyen-Xuan;H. Nguyen-Xuan.
International Journal of Mechanical Sciences (2013)
An efficient computational approach for control of nonlinear transient responses of smart piezoelectric composite plates
P. Phung-Van;Lieu B. Nguyen;Loc V. Tran;T.D. Dinh.
International Journal of Non-linear Mechanics (2015)
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