Professor (Structural Engineering)

 

Professor S.H. LO

 

BSc (Eng), The University of Hong Kong, China

MPhil, The University of Hong kong, China

Doc-Ing, Ecole Nationale des ponts et Chaussees, France


SenMIEEE

 

Office:      HW 6-19A

Phone:     +852 28591977

Fax:         +852 25595337

E-mail:     hreclsh@hku.hk

 


Teaching Activities

 

Research Interests

 

Representative Research / Consultancy Projects

 

Representative Publications

  1. Lo, S.H., Wan, K.H., and Sze, K.Y. (2006). "Adaptive refinement analysis using hybrid-stress transition elements." Computer and Structures, 84(31-32), 2212-2230.
  2. Lo, S.H., Dong, C.Y., and Cheung, Y.K. (2005). "Integral equation approach for 3D multiple-crack problems." Engineering Fracture Mechanics, 72, 1830-1840.
  3. Lo, S.H., and Wang, W.X. (2005). "Generation of tetrahedral mesh of variable element size by sphere packing over an unbounded 3D domain." Computer Methods in Applied Mechanics and Engineering, 194(48-49), 5002-5018.
  4. Lo, S.H.., and Wang, W.X. (2003). "An algorithm for the intersection of quadrilateral surfaces by tracing of neighbours." Computer Methods in Applied Mechanics and Engg., 192, 2319-2338.
  5. Lo, S.H. (2001). "3D anisotropic mesh refinement in compliance with a general metric specification." Finite Elements Analysis and Design, 38, 3-19.
  6. Lo, S.H. (1995). "Automatic mesh generation over intersecting surfaces." International Journal for Numerical Methods in Engineering, 38, 943-954.
  7. Lo, S.H. (1992). "Geometrically nonlinear formulation of 3D finite strain beam element with large rotations." Computers & Structures, 44(1/2), 147-157.
  8. Lo, S.H. (1991). "Automatic mesh generation and adaptation by using contour." International Journal for Numerical Methods in Engineering, 31, 689-707.
  9. Lo, S.H. (1988). "Stress evaluation algorithm for rate constitutive equations in finite deformation analysis." International Journal for Numerical Methods in Engineering, 26, 121-141.
  10. Lo, S.H. (1985). "A new mesh generation scheme for arbitrary planar domain." International Journal for Numerical Methods in Engineering, 21, 1403-1426.

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