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Collection of Joaquín Irazábal's contributions to congresses, mainly in the field of particle methods applied to civil engineering  problems.

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  • Archives of Computational Methods in Engineering (2020). 27 (5), 1681-1707

    Abstract
    Double-curvaturedamsareunique structures for several reasons. Their behaviour changes significantly after joint grouting, when they turn from a set of independent cantilevers [...]

  • J. Irazábal's Conference proceedings (2019). 1

    Abstract
    Conventional and high-speed train lines are being constructed all over the world with the objective of improving the mobility of both people and goods. Most of these infrastructures [...]

  • J. Irazábal's Conference proceedings (2019). 1

    Abstract
    Rail transport, both for people and goods, is becoming increasingly significant all over the world, which is reflected in the great growth of conventional and high-speed train [...]

  • Computational Particle Mechanics (2019). Vol. 6 (4), pp 545–559

    Abstract
    The discrete element method (DEM) is an emerging tool for the calculation of the behaviour of bulk materials. One of the key features of this method is the explicit integration [...]

  • Int. J. Numer. Anal. Meth. Geomech. (2016). Vol. 40 (6), pp. 809-826

    Abstract
    Landslide‐generated impulse waves may have catastrophic consequences. The physical phenomenon is difficult to model because of the uncertainties in the kinematics of the [...]

  • Computers and Geotechnics (2017). Vol. 85, pp. 220-229

    Abstract
    The Discrete Element Method (DEM) was found to be an effective numerical method for the calculation of engineering problems involving granular materials. [...]

  • (2018). Fourth International Conference on Railway Technology: Research, Development and Maintenance (RAILWAYS 2018))

    Abstract
    The development of high-speed train lines has increased significantly during the last decades leading to more demanding loads in railway infrastructures. Most of these infrastructures [...]

  • (2017). V International Conference on Particle-Based Methods (PARTICLES 2017)

    Abstract
    Railway ballast is a layer of granular material that resists to vertical and horizontal loads, produced by the passing train over the rail. The calculation of this kind of [...]

  • (2016). European Congress on Computational Methods in Applied Sciences and Engineering

    Abstract
    The development of high-speed train lines has increased during the last twenty years, leading to more demanding loads in railway infrastructures. For these reasons, the implementation [...]

  • (2017). V International Conference on Particle-Based Methods (PARTICLES 2017)

    Abstract
    Some important infrastructures like roads, railway tracks or dams were constructed in places threatened by natural hazards. With the purpose of preserving these infrastructures [...]

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  • A Review on Thermo-mechanical Modelling of Arch Dams During Construction and Operation: Effect of the Reference Temperature on the Stress Field

    Fernando Salazar, David J. Vicente, Ignasi de-Pouplana and Javier San Mauro

    Salazar, F., Vicente, D.J., Irazábal, J. et al. A Review on Thermo-mechanical Modelling of Arch Dams During Construction and Operation: Effect of the Reference Temperature on the Stress Field. Arch Computat Methods Eng 27, 1681–1707 (2020).

  • Effect of the integration scheme on the rotation of non-spherical particles with the discrete element method

    Fernando Salazar, Miquel Santasusana, Eugenio Oñate

    Irazábal, J., Salazar, F., Santasusana, M. et al. Effect of the integration scheme on the rotation of non-spherical particles with the discrete element method. Comp. Part. Mech. 6, 545–559 (2019).

  • Numerical modelling of granular materials with spherical discrete particles and the bounded rolling friction model. Application to railway ballast

    Fernando Salazar, Eugenio Oñate

    Irazábal, Joaquín, Fernando Salazar, and Eugenio Oñate. Numerical modelling of granular materials with spherical discrete particles and the bounded rolling friction model. Application to railway ballast. Computers and Geotechnics 85 (2017): 220-229.

  • The Double Hierarchy Method. A parallel 3D contact method for the interaction of spherical particles with rigid FE boundaries using the DEM

    M Santasusana, J Irazábal, E Oñate, JM Carbonell

    Santasusana, M., Irazábal, J., Oñate, E. et al. The Double Hierarchy Method. A parallel 3D contact method for the interaction of spherical particles with rigid FE boundaries using the DEM. Comp. Part. Mech. 3, 407–428 (2016).

  • Análisis experimental y numérico del oleaje producido por la inestabilidad de laderas de embalses

    R Alves, R Morán, MÁ Toledo Municio, J Irazábal González, ...

    Actas de las IV Jornadas de Ingeniería del Agua: la precipitación y los ..., 2015

  • Numerical modelling of landslide‐generated waves with the particle finite element method (PFEM) and a non‐Newtonian flow model

    F Salazar, J Irazábal, A Larese, E Oñate

    Salazar, Fernando, et al. "Numerical modelling of landslide‐generated waves with the particle finite element method (PFEM) and a non‐Newtonian flow model." International Journal for Numerical and Analytical Methods in Geomechanics 40.6 (2016): 809-826.

  • El papel de los modelos numéricos en la investigación y el diseño de aliviaderos de presas

    F Salazar, J San Mauro, J Irazábal, A Larese, R Rossi, E Oñate Ibáñez, ...

    Red de Laboratorios de Hidráulica de España (RLHE), 2013

  • Validation of the Particle Finite Element Method (PFEM) for Simulation of Rock Slides in Lakes and Reservoirs

    J Irazábal, F Salazar, E Oñate

    CIMNE Technical Report, 2012

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