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Innovation Central Perth-Building 216 Room 204, (Level 2)

Curtin University, Bentley Campus

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Dr Daniel Wilkes presents The Fast Multipole Boundary Element Method for Large-Scale Modelling in Computational Acoustics

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The Fast Multipole Boundary Element Method (FMBEM) is a numerical method which allows for the computational modelling of large-scale wave scattering or radiation problems (acoustics, elastodynamics, and electromagnetics) with significantly reduced computational resources.

This presentation will provide a general overview of the FMBEM algorithm and present numerical results for large-scale modelling problems in underwater acoustics, elastodynamics, and acoustic coupled fluid-structure interaction problems.

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Daniel Wilkes is a research fellow at the Centre of Marine Science and Technology (CMST) at Curtin University's Department of Applied Physics. Daniel's research work focuses on the development of fast algorithms for computational modelling in underwater acoustics for a range of applications including large-scale or high frequency acoustic scattering/sound radiation, target strength modelling, sound radiation from pile driving and modal analysis of vibrating structures.

The presentation will be followd by afternoon tea and networking.

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