Zahur Ullah
Zahur Ullah
Lecturer (School of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering, Queen's University Belfast)
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Perturbation-based stochastic multi-scale computational homogenization method for woven textile composites
XY Zhou, PD Gosling, CJ Pearce, Z Ullah, L Kaczmarczyk
International Journal of Solids and Structures 80, 368-380, 2016
Finite deformation elasto-plastic modelling using an adaptive meshless method
Z Ullah, CE Augarde
Computers & Structures 118, 39-52, 2013
Exploiting the benefits of multi-scale analysis in reliability analysis for composite structures
XY Zhou, PD Gosling, Z Ullah, CJ Pearce
Composite Structures 155, 197-212, 2016
Three-dimensional nonlinear micro/meso-mechanical response of the fibre-reinforced polymer composites
Z Ullah, L Kaczmarczyk, CJ Pearce
Composite Structures 161, 204-214, 2017
An adaptive finite element/meshless coupled method based on local maximum entropy shape functions for linear and nonlinear problems
Z Ullah, WM Coombs, CE Augarde
Computer methods in applied mechanics and engineering 267, 111-132, 2013
Perturbation-based stochastic multi-scale computational homogenization method for the determination of the effective properties of composite materials with random properties
XY Zhou, PD Gosling, CJ Pearce, Z Ullah
Computer Methods in Applied Mechanics and Engineering 300, 84-105, 2016
Stochastic multi-scale finite element based reliability analysis for laminated composite structures
XY Zhou, PD Gosling, Z Ullah, L Kaczmarczyk, CJ Pearce
Applied mathematical modelling 45, 457-473, 2017
Multiscale computational homogenisation to predict the long-term durability of composite structures
Z Ullah, Ł Kaczmarczyk, CJ Pearce
Association for Computational Mechanics in Engineering (ACME), Swansea …, 2015
A unified framework for the multi-scale computational homogenisation of 3D-textile composites
Z Ullah, XY Zhou, L Kaczmarczyk, E Archer, A McIlhagger, ...
Composites Part B: Engineering 167, 582-598, 2019
MoFEM: An open source, parallel finite element library
Ł Kaczmarczyk, Z Ullah, K Lewandowski, X Meng, XY Zhou, ...
Journal of Open Source Software 5 (45), 1441, 2020
Energy consistent framework for continuously evolving 3D crack propagation
Ł Kaczmarczyk, Z Ullah, CJ Pearce
Computer Methods in Applied Mechanics and Engineering 324, 54-73, 2017
Design optimization for thermal conductivity of plain-woven textile composites
XY Zhou, X Ruan, S Zhang, W Xiong, Z Ullah
Composite Structures 255, 112830, 2021
The localized radial basis functions for parameterized level set based structural optimization
W Khan, B Ullah, Z Ullah
Engineering Analysis with Boundary Elements 113, 296-305, 2020
Parallel computations in nonlinear solid mechanics using adaptive finite element and meshless methods
Z Ullah, W Coombs, C Augarde
Engineering Computations 33 (4), 1161-1191, 2016
A parametrized level set based topology optimization method for analysing thermal problems
B Ullah, Z Ullah, W Khan
Computers & Mathematics with Applications 99, 99-112, 2021
Proportional topology optimisation with maximum entropy-based meshless method for minimum compliance and stress constrained problems
Z Ullah, B Ullah, W Khan, S Ul-Islam
15th World Congress on Computational Mechanics (WCCM-XV) and 8th Asian …, 2022
On the importance of finite element mesh alignment along the fibre direction for modelling damage in fibre-reinforced polymer composite laminates
SLJ Millen, Z Ullah, BG Falzon
Composite Structures 278, 114694, 2021
FE-EFGM Coupling using maximum entropy shape functions and its application to small and finite deformation
Z Ullah, CE Augarde, RS Crouch, WM Coombs
19th UK Conference of the Association for Computational Mechanics in …, 2011
Nonlinear solid mechanics analysis using the parallel selective element-free Galerkin method
Z Ullah
Durham University, 2013
A three-dimensional hierarchic finite element-based computational framework for the analysis of composite laminates
Z Ullah, CJ Pearce
Composite Structures 239, 111968, 2020
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