Matthew Piggott
Matthew Piggott
Professor, Earth Science and Engineering, Imperial College London
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Eastern Mediterranean tectonics and tsunami hazard inferred from the AD 365 earthquake
B Shaw, NN Ambraseys, PC England, MA Floyd, GJ Gorman, ...
Nature Geoscience 1 (4), 268-276, 2008
Three-dimensional unstructured mesh ocean modelling
CC Pain, MD Piggott, AJH Goddard, F Fang, GJ Gorman, DP Marshall, ...
Ocean Modelling 10 (1-2), 5-33, 2005
A new computational framework for multi‐scale ocean modelling based on adapting unstructured meshes
MD Piggott, GJ Gorman, CC Pain, PA Allison, AS Candy, BT Martin, ...
International Journal for Numerical Methods in Fluids 56 (8), 1003-1015, 2008
Tidal turbine array optimisation using the adjoint approach
SW Funke, PE Farrell, MD Piggott
Renewable Energy 63, 658-673, 2014
Geometric integration and its applications
CJ Budd, MD Piggott
Handbook of Numerical Analysis 11, 35-139, 2003
Conservative interpolation between unstructured meshes via supermesh construction
PE Farrell, MD Piggott, CC Pain, GJ Gorman, CR Wilson
Computer Methods in Applied Mechanics and Engineering 198 (33-36), 2632-2642, 2009
A nonhydrostatic finite-element model for three-dimensional stratified oceanic flows. Part I: Model formulation
R Ford, CC Pain, MD Piggott, AJH Goddard, CRE De Oliveira, ...
Monthly Weather Review 132 (12), 2816-2831, 2004
Lagrangian ocean analysis: Fundamentals and practices
E Van Sebille, SM Griffies, R Abernathey, TP Adams, P Berloff, A Biastoch, ...
Ocean Modelling 121, 49-75, 2018
Tidal resource extraction in the Pentland Firth, UK: Potential impacts on flow regime and sediment transport in the Inner Sound of Stroma
R Martin-Short, J Hill, SC Kramer, A Avdis, PA Allison, MD Piggott
Renewable Energy 76, 596-607, 2015
Anisotropic mesh adaptivity for multi-scale ocean modelling
MD Piggott, PE Farrell, CR Wilson, GJ Gorman, CC Pain
Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London A: Mathematical …, 2009
Developing the next-generation climate system models: challenges and achievements
J Slingo, K Bates, N Nikiforakis, M Piggott, M Roberts, L Shaffrey, ...
Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London A: Mathematical …, 2009
A POD reduced‐order 4D‐Var adaptive mesh ocean modelling approach
F Fang, CC Pain, IM Navon, MD Piggott, GJ Gorman, PE Farrell, ...
International Journal for Numerical Methods in Fluids 60 (7), 709-732, 2009
Reduced‐order modelling of an adaptive mesh ocean model
F Fang, CC Pain, IM Navon, MD Piggott, GJ Gorman, PA Allison, ...
International Journal for Numerical Methods in Fluids 59 (8), 827-851, 2009
Modelling ancient tides: the Upper Carboniferous epi‐continental seaway of Northwest Europe
MR Wells, PA Allison, GJ Hampson, MD Piggott, CC Pain
Sedimentology 52 (4), 715-735, 2005
Optimisation based bathymetry approximation through constrained unstructured mesh adaptivity
GJ Gorman, MD Piggott, CC Pain, CRE De Oliveira, AP Umpleby, ...
Ocean Modelling 12 (3-4), 436-452, 2006
Integration of cost modelling within the micro-siting design optimisation of tidal turbine arrays
DM Culley, S Funke, SC Kramer, MD Piggott
Renewable Energy 85, 215–227, 2016
The effect of meltwater plumes on the melting of a vertical glacier face
S Kimura, PR Holland, A Jenkins, M Piggott
Journal of Physical Oceanography 44 (12), 3099-3117, 2014
A POD reduced order unstructured mesh ocean modelling method for moderate Reynolds number flows
F Fang, CC Pain, IM Navon, GJ Gorman, MD Piggott, PA Allison, ...
Ocean Modelling 28 (1), 127-136, 2009
Modelling tidal current‐induced bed shear stress and palaeocirculation in an epicontinental seaway: the Bohemian Cretaceous Basin, Central Europe
AJ Mitchell, D ULIČNƯ, GJ Hampson, PA Allison, GJ Gorman, MD Piggott, ...
Sedimentology 57 (2), 359-388, 2010
Modelling of massive particulates for breakwater engineering using coupled FEMDEM and CFD
JP Latham, A Munjiza, J Mindel, J Xiang, R Guises, X Garcia, C Pain, ...
Particuology 6 (6), 572-583, 2008
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