Publications of the HPC²

Publications by HPC centers and institutes include items from past years such as an early publication written by one of the HPC founding investigators, Dr. Joe Thompson. Numerical Grid Generation was originally published by Elsevier Science Publishing Co., Inc. in 1985, and the copyright was transferred to Joe F. Thompson in 1997.

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Publications for: Mazzola
Peer-Reviewed Journals
Shi, J., Sullivan, B., Mazzola, M., Saravi, B., Adhikari, U., & Haupt, T. (2017). A Relaxation-based Network Decomposition Algorithm for Parallel Transient Stability Simulation with Improved Convergence. IEEE Transactions on Parallel and Distributed Systems. 90, 1. [Document Site]

Peer-Reviewed Conference Papers
Gharghabi, P., Lee, J., Mazzola, M., Lacy, T., & Kluss, J. V. (2017). Development of an Experimental Setup to Study Carbon/Epoxy Composite Subjected to Simulated Lightning Current. 2017 IEEE Conference on Electrical Insulation and Dielectric Phenomenon. Fort Worth, TX: IEEE. [Abstract]

Mazzola, M., Haupt, T., Henley, G., Card, A., & Shi, J. (2017). Co-Simulation of Electric Ship Power and Control Systems Using High Performance Computing. IEEE Electric Ship Technologies Symposium (ESTS), 2017. Washington, DC. [Document Site]

Sullivan, B., Shi, J., Mazzola, M., & Saravi, B. (2017). Faster-Than-Real-Time Power System Transient Stability Simulation Using Parallel General Norton with Multiport Equivalent (PGNME). Power and Energy Society General Meeting 2017. Chicago IL. [Abstract]

Shi, J., Shahverdi, M., & Mazzola, M. (2017). Sensitivity Analysis of the Battery Model for Model Predictive Control Implemented into a Plug-in Hybrid Electric Vehicle. 2017 IEEE Transportation Electrification Conference and Expo (ITEC 2017). Dearborn, MI. [Document Site]

Liu, Y., Abdelwahed, S., Ball, J. E., Burch V, R. F., Gafford, J., Doude, M., & Mazzola, M. (2017). Development of a Dynamic Modeling Framework to Predict Instantaneous Status of Towing Vehicle Systems. SAE World Congress 2017. Detroit, MI: SAE.