Paul David Ledger
Paul David Ledger
Associate Professor in the College of Engineering, Swansea University
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Imaging cerebral haemorrhage with magnetic induction tomography: numerical modelling
M Zolgharni, PD Ledger, DW Armitage, DS Holder, H Griffiths
Physiological measurement 30 (6), S187, 2009
742009
Frequency-difference MIT imaging of cerebral haemorrhage with a hemispherical coil array: numerical modelling
M Zolgharni, H Griffiths, PD Ledger
Physiological measurement 31 (8), S111, 2010
562010
Fast magnetic flux leakage signal inversion for the reconstruction of arbitrary defect profiles in steel using finite elements
RH Priewald, C Magele, PD Ledger, NR Pearson, JSD Mason
IEEE Transactions on Magnetics 49 (1), 506-516, 2012
552012
Forward modelling of magnetic induction tomography: a sensitivity study for detecting haemorrhagic cerebral stroke
M Zolgharni, PD Ledger, H Griffiths
Medical & biological engineering & computing 47 (12), 1301-1313, 2009
492009
hp-Finite element simulation of three-dimensional eddy current problems on multiply connected domains
PD Ledger, S Zaglmayr
Computer Methods in Applied Mechanics and Engineering 199 (49-52), 3386-3401, 2010
382010
The application of the hp—finite element method to electromagnetic problems
PD Ledger, K Morgan
Archives of Computational Methods in Engineering 12 (3), 235-302, 2005
352005
Arbitrary order edge elements for electromagnetic scattering simulations using hybrid meshes and a PML
PD Ledger, K Morgan, O Hassan, NP Weatherill
International Journal for Numerical Methods in Engineering 55 (3), 339-358, 2002
322002
Evidence of exponential convergence in the computation of Maxwell eigenvalues
J Coyle, PD Ledger
Computer methods in applied mechanics and engineering 194 (2-5), 587-604, 2005
302005
An HP-adaptive finite element procedure for electromagentic scattering problems
PD Ledger
University of Wales Swansea, 2000
292000
The development of an hp-adaptive finite element procedure for electromagnetic scattering problems
PD Ledger, K Morgan, J Peraire, O Hassan, NP Weatherill
Finite Elements in Analysis and Design 39 (8), 751-764, 2003
282003
Characterizing the shape and material properties of hidden targets from magnetic induction data
PD Ledger, WRB Lionheart
The IMA Journal of Applied Mathematics 80 (6), 1776-1798, 2015
272015
Understanding the magnetic polarizability tensor
PD Ledger, WRB Lionheart
IEEE Transactions on Magnetics 52 (5), 1-16, 2015
262015
Computing Maxwell eigenvalues by using higher order edge elements in three dimensions
M Ainsworth, J Coyle, PD Ledger, K Morgan
IEEE Transactions on Magnetics 39 (5), 2149-2153, 2003
242003
A coupled hp‐finite element scheme for the solution of two‐dimensional electrostrictive materials
AJ Gil, PD Ledger
International Journal for Numerical Methods in Engineering 91 (11), 1158-1183, 2012
232012
An adjoint enhanced reduced-order model for monostatic RCS computation
PD Ledger, K Morgan
Electromagnetics 28 (1-2), 54-76, 2008
222008
Computation of resonant modes for axisymmetric Maxwell cavities using hp‐version edge finite elements
R Hiptmair, PD Ledger
International journal for numerical methods in engineering 62 (12), 1652-1676, 2005
202005
Parameterised electromagnetic scattering solutions for a range of incident wave angles
PD Ledger, J Peraire, K Morgan, O Hassan, NP Weatherill
Computer Methods in Applied Mechanics and Engineering 193 (33-35), 3587-3605, 2004
202004
Adaptive hp finite element computations of the scattering width output of Maxwell's equations
PD Ledger, J Peraire, K Morgan, O Hassan, NP Weatherill
International journal for numerical methods in fluids 43 (8), 953-978, 2003
202003
Solution of an industrially relevant coupled magneto–mechanical problem set on an axisymmetric domain
PD Ledger, AJ Gil, R Poya, M Kruip, I Wilkinson, S Bagwell
Applied Mathematical Modelling 40 (3), 1959-1971, 2016
172016
An hp-fem framework for the simulation of electrostrictive and magnetostrictive materials
D Jin, PD Ledger, AJ Gil
Computers & Structures 133, 131-148, 2014
172014
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