Paulo Amado Mendes
Paulo Amado Mendes
ISISE, Departamento de Engenharia Civil, Universidade de Coimbra
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2.5 D MFS–FEM model for the prediction of vibrations due to underground railway traffic
P Amado-Mendes, PA Costa, LMC Godinho, P Lopes
Engineering Structures 104, 141-154, 2015
Numerical simulation of ground rotations along 2D topographical profiles under the incidence of elastic plane waves
L Godinho, P Amado Mendes, A Tadeu, A Cadena-Isaza, C Smerzini, ...
Bulletin of the Seismological Society of America 99 (2B), 1147-1161, 2009
Wave propagation around thin structures using the MFS
L Godinho, A Tadeu, PA Mendes
CMC-TECH SCIENCE PRESS- 5 (2), 117, 2007
Acoustic screening effect on building façades due to parking lines in urban environments. Effects in noise mapping
DM González, JMB Morillas, L Godinho, P Amado-Mendes
Applied Acoustics 130, 1-14, 2018
An overview on nature-inspired optimization algorithms for Structural Health Monitoring of historical buildings
A Barontini, MG Masciotta, LF Ramos, P Amado-Mendes, PB Lourenço
Procedia engineering 199, 3320-3325, 2017
Sound pressure level attenuation provided by thin rigid screens coupled to tall buildings
A Tadeu, J António, PA Mendes, L Godinho
Journal of sound and vibration 304 (3-5), 479-496, 2007
A finite element model of perforated panel absorbers including viscothermal effects
J Carbajo, J Ramis, L Godinho, P Amado-Mendes, J Alba
Applied Acoustics 90, 1-8, 2015
Wave propagation in the presence of empty cracks in an elastic medium
PA Mendes, A Tadeu
Computational Mechanics 38, 183-199, 2006
Wave hydrodynamics over a barred beach
F Sancho, PA Mendes, JA Carmo, MG Neves, GR Tomasicchio, R Archetti, ...
Ocean Wave Measurement and Analysis (2001), 1170-1179, 2002
A coupled MFS–FEM model for 2-D dynamic soil–structure interaction in the frequency domain
L Godinho, P Amado-Mendes, A Pereira, D Soares Jr
Computers & Structures 129, 74-85, 2013
The simulation of 3D elastic scattering produced by thin rigid inclusions using the traction boundary element method
A Tadeu, PA Mendes, J António
Computers & structures 84 (31-32), 2244-2253, 2006
3D FEM analysis of the effect of buried phononic crystal barriers on vibration mitigation
C Albino, L Godinho, P Amado-Mendes, P Alves-Costa, D Dias-da-Costa, ...
Engineering Structures 196, 109340, 2019
Perforated panel absorbers with micro-perforated partitions
J Carbajo, J Ramis, L Godinho, P Amado-Mendes
Applied Acoustics 149, 108-113, 2019
Prediction of vibrations and reradiated noise due to railway traffic: a comprehensive hybrid model based on a finite element method and method of fundamental solutions approach
A Colaço, P Alves Costa, P Amado-Mendes, L Godinho
Journal of Vibration and Acoustics 139 (6), 2017
3D elastic wave propagation modelling in the presence of 2D fluid-filled thin inclusions
A Tadeu, PA Mendes, J António
Engineering Analysis with Boundary Elements 30 (3), 176-193, 2006
On the application of continuous buried periodic inclusions on the filtering of traffic vibrations: A numerical study
A Castanheira-Pinto, P Alves-Costa, L Godinho, P Amado-Mendes
Soil Dynamics and Earthquake Engineering 113, 391-405, 2018
Simulation of sound absorption in 2D thin elements using a coupled BEM/TBEM formulation in the presence of fixed and moving 3D sources
A Tadeu, J António, L Godinho, PA Mendes
Journal of Sound and Vibration 331 (10), 2386-2403, 2012
A 2.5 D traction boundary element method formulation applied to the study of wave propagation in a fluid layer hosting a thin rigid body
J António, A Tadeu, PA Mendes
Journal of Computational Acoustics 16 (02), 177-198, 2008
Wave propagation in cracked elastic slabs and half-space domains—TBEM and MFS approaches
A Tadeu, L Godinho, J António, PA Mendes
Engineering analysis with boundary elements 31 (10), 819-835, 2007
3D numerical modelling of acoustic horns using the method of fundamental solutions
L Godinho, P Amado-Mendes, J Carbajo, J Ramis-Soriano
Engineering Analysis with Boundary Elements 51, 64-73, 2015
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