Miguel de Matos Neves
Miguel de Matos Neves
IDMEC, Instituto Superior Técnico, Universidade de Lisboa
Verified email at dem.ist.utl.pt
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Generalized topology design of structures with a buckling load criterion
MM Neves, H Rodrigues, JM Guedes
Structural optimization 10 (2), 71-78, 1995
2281995
Optimal design of periodic linear elastic microstructures
MM Neves, H Rodrigues, JM Guedes
Computers & Structures 76 (1), 421-429, 2000
1482000
Topology optimization of periodic microstructures with a penalization of highly localized buckling modes
MM Neves, O Sigmund, MP Bendsøe
International journal for numerical methods in engineering 54 (6), 809-834, 2002
1102002
Topology Optimization of Periodic Microstructures with a Penalization of Highly Localized Buckling Modes
MP Bendsøe, MM Neves, O Sigmund
Conference on mathematical and engineering aspects of optimal design of …, 2001
110*2001
Force identification using the concept of displacement transmissibility
YE Lage, NMM Maia, MM Neves, AMR Ribeiro
Journal of Sound and Vibration 332 (7), 1674-1686, 2013
522013
Dynamical response of a multi-laminated periodic bar: Analytical, numerical and experimental study
H Policarpo, MM Neves, AMR Ribeiro
Shock and Vibration 17 (4-5), 521-535, 2010
332010
Force transmissibility versus displacement transmissibility
YE Lage, MM Neves, NMM Maia, D Tcherniak
Journal of Sound and Vibration 333 (22), 5708-5722, 2014
322014
Periodic structures for frequency filtering: analysis and optimization
C Barbarosie, MM Neves
Computers & structures 82 (17-19), 1399-1403, 2004
292004
Force Magnitude Reconstruction Using the Force Transmissibility Concept
YE Lage, NMM Maia, MM Neves
Shock and Vibration 2014, 2014
242014
A simple method for the determination of the complex modulus of resilient materials using a longitudinally vibrating three-layer specimen
H Policarpo, MM Neves, NMM Maia
Journal of Sound and Vibration 332 (2), 246-263, 2013
182013
Multilayered infinite medium subject to a moving load: Dynamic response and optimization using coiflet expansion
P Koziol, MM Neves
Shock and Vibration 19 (5), 1009-1018, 2012
132012
A critical analysis of using the dynamic compliance as objective function in topology optimization of one-material structures considering steady-state forced vibration problems
OM Silva, MM Neves, A Lenzi
Journal of Sound and Vibration 444, 1-20, 2019
122019
Recent advances on force identification in structural dynamics
NMM Maia, YE Lage, MM Neves
book “Advances in vibration engineering and structural dynamics”, ed. by F …, 2012
122012
Techniques adopted in integrating structural analysis with numerical optimization
M Carvalho, JL Vale, LT Pinheiro, MM Neves
CD of Proceedings of 5th International Conference on Mechanics and Materials …, 2005
122005
Analysis of structural damping performance in passenger vehicles chasis.
M Furukava, S Gerges, MM Neves, BJL Coelho
The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America 126 (4), 2280-2280, 2009
112009
An experimental characterization of cork storage modulus for cork-steel applications in vibration attenuation
H Policarpo, MM Neves, AMR Ribeiro
Materials Science Forum 636, 1199-1205, 2010
102010
Uma contribuição para o aprimoramento do Estudo de Impacto de Vizinhança: a gestão do ruído ambiental por mapeamento sonoro
AN Ventura, E Viveiros, JLB Coelho, MM Neves
Encontro da Sociedade Brasileira de Acústica, Belo Horizonte, 7, 2008
92008
Estimation of applied forces using the transmissibility concept
MM Neves, NMM Maia
Proceedings of the International Conference on Noise and Vibration …, 2010
82010
On the use of active and reactive input power in topology optimization of one-material structures considering steady-state forced vibration problems
OS Silva, MM .Neves, A Lenzi
Journal of Sound and Vibration, 2020
72020
An FEM-based method to evaluate and optimize vibration power flow through a beam-to-plate connection
OM Silva, MM Neves, R Jordan, A Lenzi
Journal of the Brazilian Society of Mechanical Sciences and Engineering 39 …, 2017
72017
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