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1. D. Qiu, Y. X. Shen, and W. Z. Zhang. An extended invariant line analysis for fcc/bcc precipitation systems. Acta Materialia 54(2) (2006) 339-347.

 

2. Y. Shen, M. Lee, W. Lee, D. M. Barnett, P. M. Pinsky, and F. B. Prinz. A resolution study for electrostatic force microscopy on bimetallic samples using the boundary element method. Nanotechnology 19(3) (2008) 035710.

 

3. Y. Shen, D. M. Barnett, and P. M. Pinsky. Simulating and interpreting Kelvin probe force microscopy images on dielectrics with boundary integral equations. Review of Scientific Instruments 79(2) (2008) 023711.

 

4. Y. Shen, D. M. Barnett, and P. M. Pinsky. Analytic perturbation solution to the capacitance system between a hyberboloidal tip and a rough surface. Applied Physics Letters 92(13) (2008) 134105. 

 

5. Y. Shen, D. M. Barnett, and P. M. Pinsky. Modeling electrostatic force microscopy for conductive and dielectric samples using the boundary element method. Engineering Analysis with Boundary Elements 32(8) (2008) 682-691.

 

6. Y. Shen and A. Lew. An optimally convergent discontinuous-Galerkin-based extended finite element method for fracture mechanics. International Journal for Numerical Methods in Engineering 82(6) (2010) 716-755.

 

7. Y. Shen and A. Lew. Stability and convergence proofs for a discontinuous-Galerkin-based extended finite element method for fracture mechanics. Computer Methods in Applied Mechanics and Engineering 199(37-40) (2010) 2360-2382.

 

8. Y. Shen and A. J. Lew. A family of discontinuous Galerkin mixed methods for nearly and perfectly incompressible elasticity. ESAIM: Mathematical Modelling and Numerical Analysis 46(5) (2012) 1003-1028.

 

9. M. J. Hunsweck, Y. Shen and A. J. Lew. A finite element approach to the simulation of hydraulic fractures with lag. International Journal for Numerical and Analytical Methods in Geomechanics 37(9) (2013) 993-1015.

 

10. F. Amiri, D. Millán, Y. Shen, T. Rabczuk and M. Arroyo. Phase-field modeling of fracture in linear thin shells. Theoretical and Applied Fracture Mechanics 69 (2014) 102-109. (a Highly Cited Paper as of September/ October 2017 according to Web of Science, 2017年9月/10月高被引论文)

 

 

11. Y. Shen. A variational inequality formulation to incorporate the fluid lag in fluid-driven fracture propagation. Computer Methods in Applied Mechanics and Engineering 272 (2014) 17-33.

 

12. Y. Shen and A. J. Lew. A locking-free and optimally convergent discontinuous-Galerkin-based extended finite element method for cracked nearly incompressible solids. Computer Methods in Applied Mechanics and Engineering 273 (2014) 119-142.

 

13. R. Rangarajan, M. M. Chiaramonte, M. J. Hunsweck, Y. Shen, A. J. Lew. Simulating curvilinear crack propagation in two dimensions with universal meshes. International Journal for Numerical Methods in Engineering 102(3-4) (2015) 632–670.

 

14. M. M. Chiaramonte, Y. Shen, L. M. Keer, and A. J. Lew. Computing stress intensity factors for curvilinear cracks. International Journal for Numerical Methods in Engineering 104(4) (2015) 260—296.

 

 

15. S. Zahiri, C. Shao, Y. Shen, and H. Bao. Collocation meshfree method to solve the gray phonon Boltzmann transport equation. Numerical Heat Transfer, Part B: Fundamentals 70(5) (2016) 459—471 

 

16. V. Ziaei-Rad and Y. Shen. Massive parallelization of the phase field formulation for crack propagation with time adaptivity. Computer Methods in Applied Mechanics and Engineering 312 (2016) 224—253

 

 

17. V. Ziaei-Rad, L. Shen, J. Jiang, and Y. Shen. Identifying the crack path for the phase field approach to fracture with non-maximum suppression. Computer Methods in Applied Mechanics and Engineering 312 (2016) 304—321

 

 

18. Y. Shen, C. Wu, and Y. Wan. Universal meshes for a branched crack. Finite Elements in Analysis and Design 129 (2017) 53-62

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