Dr Faisal Amlani

applied mathematician and computational physicist

  • famlani/at/gmail.com

Publications

  1. Amlani, Bruno, et al, "Transient propagation and scattering of quasi-Rayleigh waves in plates: quantitative comparison between pulsed TV-holography measurements and FC(Gram) elastodynamic simulations", submitted (2019, 46 pages) doi:arXiv:1905.05289
  2. Amlani, Bhat, et al, "Supershear tsunamis: insights from the Mw 7.5 Palu earthquake", submitted (2019, 5 pages) doi:arXiv:1910.14547
  3. Aghilinejad, Amlani, et al, "Dynamic effects of aortic arch stiffening on pulsatile energy transmission to cerebral vasculature: a core determinant of healthy brain-heart coupling", under revision for Scientific Reports (2019, 18 pages)
  4. Amlani and Pahlevan, "A stable high-order FC-based methodology for hemodynamic wave propagation", to appear in Journal of Computational Physics (2019, 20 pages)
  5. Amlani, Chaillat and Loseille, "An efficient preconditioner for adaptive fast multipole accelerated boundary element methods to model time-harmonic 3D wave propagation", Computer Methods in Applied Mechanics and Engineering 352 (2019, 21 pages) doi:10.1016/j.cma.2019.04.026
  6. Amlani and Bruno, "An FC-based spectral solver for elastodynamic problems in general three-dimensional domains", Journal of Computational Physics 307 (2016, 21 pages) doi:10.1016/j.jcp.2015.11.060
  7. Amlani, Lombardini and Miller, "Dynamically controllable force-generating system", US/World Patent App US20160327073/WO2016179405 (2015, 33 pages)
  8. Pahlevan, Amlani, et al, "A physiologically relevant, simple outflow boundary model for truncated vasculature", Annals of Biomedical Engineering 39,5 (2011, 12 pages) doi:10.1007/s10439-011-0246-0
  9. López-Vázquez, Amlani, et al, "Numerical modeling and measurement by pulsed television holography of ultrasonic displacement maps in plates with through-thickness defects ", Optical Engineering 49,9 (2010, 10 pages) doi:10.1117/1.3484953
  10. López-Vázquez, Amlani, et al, "Modelling for characterizing defects in plates using two-dimensional maps of instantaneous ultrasonic out-of-plane displacement obtained by pulsed TV-holography", Proceedings SPIE 7389 (2009, 12 pages) doi:10.1117/12.827819