McCue, L, “A Low-Fidelity Stochastic Model of Viral Spread in Aircraft to Assess Risk Mitigation Strategies,” ASME. ASME J. Risk Uncertainty Part B. Available online February 4, 2021.

# Category Archives: Journal Papers

# Design of a Controller for Autonomous Vessel Recovery Utilizing the Prediction of Host Vessel Motions

Cooper, M. and McCue, L., “Design of a Controller for Autonomous Vessel Recovery Utilizing the Prediction of Host Vessel Motions,” Naval Engineers Journal, Volume 129, Number 1, 1 March 2017, pp. 117-131(15).

# Non-intrusive Polynomial Chaos for Efficient Uncertainty Analysis in Parametric Roll Simulations

Cooper, M., Wu, W., and McCue, L., “Non-intrusive Polynomial Chaos for Efficient Uncertainty Analysis in Parametric Roll Simulations,” Journal of Marine Science and Technology, Volume 21, Issue 2, pp. 282-296, June 2016.

# Quantifying the Effects of Uncertainty in a Decentralized National Airspace System

Sherman, Stephanie, McCue, Leigh, and Roberts, Billy, “Quantifying the Effects of Uncertainty in a Decentralized National Airspace System,” Transportation Research Record: Journal of the Transportation Research Board, Volume 2600, Issue 1, pp. 94-101, January 1, 2016.

# Exploring the oceans of Europa with biologically-inspired underwater vehicles

Allen, David, Jones, Matthew, McCue, Leigh, Moore, William, Philen, Michael, and Woolsey, Craig, “Exploring the oceans of Europa with biologically-inspired underwater vehicles,” Journal of the British Interplanetary Society, August, 2015.

# The systematic variation of step configuration and displacement for a double step planing craft

Lee, Evan, Pavkov, Mark, and McCue, Leigh, “The systematic variation of step configuration and displacement for a double step planing craft,” *Journal of Ship Production and Design*, Volume 30, Number 2, May 2014.

# Validation of a SPH-FEM Model for Seal Dynamics of Surface Effect Ships

Yang, Q., Jones, V., Kumar, P., and McCue, L., “Validation of a SPH-FEM Model for Seal Dynamics of Surface Effect Ships” *Naval Engineers Journal*, Volume 125, Number 4, December 2013.

# Free-surface Flow Interactions with Deformable Structures Using an SPH-FEM Model

Yang, Q., Jones, V., and McCue, L., “Free-surface Flow Interactions with Deformable Structures Using an SPH-FEM Model,” *Ocean Engineering*, Volume 55, December, 2012, pp. 136-147.

# Statistics of extreme slam responses and implications for small craft design

McCue, L.S., “Statistics of extreme slam responses and implications for small craft design,” *Journal of Ship Production and Design*, August, 2012, pp. 112-127.

# Modal analysis of the ice-structure interaction problem

Venturella, M., Patil, M. and McCue, L., “Modal analysis of the ice-structure interaction problem,” *Journal of Offshore Mechanics and Arctic Engineering*, Volume 133, Issue 4, 2011. Originally presented at the 27th International Conference on Offshore Mechanics and Arctic Engineering (OMAE 2008), Estoril, Portugal, June, 2008.

# The method of manufactured solutions applied to chaotic systems

Wu, W., McCue, L.S., and Roy, C., “The Method of Manufactured Solutions Applied to Chaotic Systems,” *Nonlinear Dynamics*, 2011, Volume 63, Issue 4, pp. 667-679.

# Modeling ship equations of roll motion using neural networks

Xing, Z. and McCue, L.S., “Modeling ship equations of roll motion using neural networks,” *Naval Engineers Journal*, 2010, Volume 122, Issue 3, pp. 49-60.

# Improved prediction of the threshold of surf-riding of a ship in steep following seas

Wu, W., Spyrou, K.J., and McCue, L.S., “Improved prediction of the threshold of surf-riding of a ship in steep following seas” *Ocean Engineering*, 2010, Volume 37, pp. 1103-1110.

# SPH Boundary Deficiency Correction for Improved Boundary Conditions at Deformable Surfaces

Jones, V., Yang, Q., and McCue, L., “SPH Boundary Deficiency Correction for Improved Boundary Conditions at Deformable Surfaces,” *Ship Science and Technology/Ciencia y Tecnología de Buques*, Volume 4, Number 7, July 2010.

# Concepts and conclusions from the 2010 Pan-American Advanced Studies Institute on Dynamics and Control of Manned and Unmanned Marine Vehicles

McCue, L., Sanjuan. M., and Hubbard, R., “Concepts and conclusions from the 2010 Pan-American Advanced Studies Institute on Dynamics and Control of Manned and Unmanned Marine Vehicles,” *Ship Science and Technology/Ciencia y Tecnología de Buques*, Volume 4, Number 7, July 2010.

# Application of the extended Melnikov’s method for single-degree-of-freedom vessel roll motion

Wu, W. and McCue, L.S. “Application of the extended Melnikov’s method for single-degree-of-freedom vessel roll motion” *Ocean Engineering*, 2008, Volume 35, Numbers 17-18, pp. 1739-1746.

# Discussion on analytical approaches to the study of vessel dynamics

Alford, L., Banik, A., Belenky, V., Ellermann, K., Hashimoto, H., Maki, A., McCue, L., Neves, M.A.S., Rodriguez, C., Troesch, A., Umeda, N., and Weems, K., “Discussion on analytical approaches to the study of vessel dynamics – Outcomes of the two part minisymposium at the 2007 SIAM Conference on Applications of Dynamical Systems –” *Marine Technology*, 2008, Volume 45, Number 4, pp. 211-220.

# On the parametric resonance of tumblehome hullforms in a longitudinal seaway

McCue, L.S., Campbell, B., and Belknap, W., “On the parametric resonance of tumblehome hullforms in a longitudinal seaway,” *Naval Engineers Journal* 2007, Volume 119, Issue 3, pp. 35-44.

# A numerical feasibility study of a parametric roll advance warning system

McCue, L.S. and Bulian, G., “A numerical feasibility study of a parametric roll advance warning system,” *Journal of Offshore Mechanics and Arctic Engineering*, 2007, Volume 129, Issue 3, pp. 165-175. Originally presented at the 25th International Conference on Offshore Mechanics and Arctic Engineering (OMAE 2006), Hamburg, Germany, June, 2006.

# Reconciling experimental and numerical data: techniques of nonlinear seakeeping code validation

McCue, L.S., Belknap, W., and Campbell, B., “Reconciling experimental and numerical data: techniques of nonlinear seakeeping code validation,” invited submission to *Marine Systems and Ocean Technology*, 2006, Volume 2, Numbers 1-2, pp. 55-62. Originally presented at the 8th International Ship Stability Workshop, Istanbul, Turkey, October, 2005.

# Design wave elevations leading to extreme roll motion

Alford, L.K., Troesch, A.W., and McCue, L.S., “Design wave elevations leading to extreme roll motion,” invited submission to *Marine Systems and Ocean Technology*, 2006, Volume 2, Numbers 1-2, pp. 45-53. Originally presented at the 8th International Ship Stability Workshop, Istanbul, Turkey, October, 2005.

# A combined numerical-empirical method to calculate finite time Lyapunov exponents…

McCue, L.S. and Troesch, A.W. “A combined numerical-empirical method to calculate finite time Lyapunov exponents from experimental time series with application to vessel capsizing,” *Ocean Engineering*, 2006, Volume 33, Issue 13, pp. 1796-1813.

# Experimental and numerical investigation into the effects of initial conditions on a three degree of freedom capsize model

Lee, Y.-W., McCue, L.S., Obar, M.S., and Troesch, A.W., “Experimental and numerical investigation into the effects of initial conditions on a three degree of freedom capsize model,”*Journal of Ship Research*, 2006, Volume 50, Number 1, pp. 63-84.

# An overview of the minisymposium on ‘Extreme Ship Dynamics’…

McCue, L.S., Alford, L., Belknap, W., Bulian, G., Delorme, L., Francescutto, A., Lugni, C., Troesch, A.W., and Vakakis, A., “An overview of the minisymposium on ‘Extreme Ship Dynamics’ presented at the 2005 SIAM Conference on Applications of Dynamical Systems,” *Marine Technology*, 2006, Volume 43, No. 1, pp. 55-61.

# Probabilistic determination of critical wave height for a multi-degree of freedom capsize model

McCue, L.S. and Troesch, A.W., “Probabilistic determination of critical wave height for a multi-degree of freedom capsize model,” *Ocean Engineering*, 2005, Volume 32, Issue 13, pp. 1608-1622.