• J. Gimenez, D. Ramajo, S. Damián, N. Nigro, S. Idelsohn
    Comp. Part. Mech. (2016). Vol. 4 (3), pp. 251-267

    Abstract
    The latest generation of the particle finite element method (PFEM-2) is a numerical method based on the Lagrangian formulation of the equations, which presents advantages [...]

  • P. Becker, S. Idelsohn
    Acta Geotechnica (2016). Vol. 11 (3), pp. 643-657

    Abstract
    We present an approach for the simulation of landslides using the Particle Finite Element Method of the second generation. In this work, the multiphase nature (granular phase [...]

  • S. Costarelli, L. Garelli, M. Cruchaga, M. Storti, R. Ausensi, S. Idelsohn
    Comput. Methods Appl. Mech. Engrg., (2016). Vol. 300, pp. 106-128

    Abstract
    A Navier–Stokes solver based on Cartesian structured finite volume discretization with embedded bodies is presented. Fluid structure interaction with [...]

  • Finite Elements in Analysis and Design (2016). Vol. 112, pp. 26-39

    Abstract
    Progressive fracture in quasi-brittle materials is often treated via strain softening models in continuum damage mechanics. Such constitutive relations favour spurious strain [...]

  • M. Santasusana, J. Irazábal, E. Oñate, J. Carbonell
    Comp. Part. Mech (2016). Vol. 3, pp. 407-428

    Abstract
    In this work, we present a new methodology for the treatment of the contact interaction between rigid boundaries and spherical discrete elements (DE). Rigid body parts are [...]

  • Int. J. Numer. Meth. Engng. (2016). Vol. 107 (11), pp. 970-990

    Abstract
    We present three velocity‐based updated Lagrangian formulations for standard and quasi‐incompressible hypoelastic‐plastic solids. Three low‐order finite elements are [...]

  • J. Giménez, N. Nigro, S. Idelsohn, E. Oñate
    Computers and Fluids (2016). (preprint) Vol. 141, pp. 90-104

    Abstract
    In previous works [1,2], the authors have presented a highly efficient extension of the Particle Finite Element Method, called PFEM-2, to solve two-phase flows. The methodology [...]

  • N. Lafontaine, E. Oñate, R. Rossi, C. Pu
    Monograph CIMNE (2016). M158

    Abstract
    In this work, a new modal reanalysis algorithm based on AMLS method is proposed for local, nontop ological,high rank modifications. Instead of using some perturbation technique[44, [...]

  • E. Comellas, S. Oller, F. Bellomo
    Monograph CIMNE (2016). M165

    Abstract
    Living biological tissues are complex structures that have the capacity of evolving in response to external loads and environmental stimuli. The adequate modelling of soft [...]

  • E. Soudah, E. Oñate, M. Cervera
    Monograph CIMNE (2016). M167

    Abstract
    In recent years, the study of computational hemodynamics within anatomically complex vascular regions has generated great interest among clinicians. The progress in computational [...]

  • E. Oñate, F. Zarate, M. Celigueta, J. González, J. Miquel, J. Carbonell, F. Arrufat, S. Latorre, M. Santasusana
    Eugenio Oñate's Research Reports (2019).

    Abstract
    In this chapter we present recent advances in the Discrete Element Method (DEM) and in the coupling of the DEM with the Finite Element Method (FEM) for solving a variety of [...]

  • P. Ubach, F. Arrufat, L. Ring, R. Gandikota, F. Zárate, E. Oñate
    Comp. Part. Mech (2016). Vol. 3(1) pp. 39-4 (preprint)

    Abstract
    The authors present results on the use of the discrete element method (DEM) for the simulation of drilling processes typical in the oil and gas exploration industry. The numerical [...]

  • Computer Methods in Applied Mechanics and Engineering (2016). Vol. 298() pp. 373-406

    Abstract
    In this paper we present an accurate stabilized FIC-FEM formulation for the 1D advection-diffusion-reaction equation in the exponential and propagation regimes using two stabilization [...]

  • M. Celigueta, K. Deshpande, S. Latorre, E. Oñate
    Comp. Part. Mech (2016). Vol. 3(2) pp. 263-276 (preprint)

    Abstract
    We present a procedure for coupling the finite element method (FEM) and the discrete element method (DEM) for analysis of the motion of particles in non-Newtonian fluids. [...]

  • Comput. Methods Appl. Mech. Engrg. (2016). Vol. 107(11) pp. 970-990 (preprint) Vol. 298, pp. 520-547

    Abstract
    We present a Lagrangian monolithic strategy for solving fluid-structure interaction (FSI) problems. The formulation is called Unified because fluids and solids are solved [...]

  • Adv. Model. and Simul. in Eng. Sci (2016). Vol. 3 pp. 14 Vol. 3 (14)

    Abstract
    In this paper we present an overview of the possibilities of the finite increment calculus (FIC) approach for deriving computational methods in mechanics with improved numerical [...]

  • A. Busnelli, R. López, J. Adue
    Gaceta Técnica (2017). Vol. 15

    Abstract
    Through this article the study being done at the Faculty of Engineering of Rosario, referring to the use of sheets pultruded Reinforced Polymer Fiberglass (GRP) to increase [...]

  • J. Rincón
    Gaceta Técnica (1970). Vol. 15

    Abstract
    Through this essay, the events of the First Day of Civil Engineering Research and Urban Planning 2015 UCLA are detailed which was developed during the 15 and 16 of March 2016, [...]

  • I. Barrios
    Gaceta Técnica (1970). Vol. 15

    Abstract
    Today it is evident the use of technologies in all activities people do, becoming an inevitable phenomena socially, at work and educational. In terms of work, one can see [...]

  • G. Pannillo, A. Barrios, E. Morles
    Gaceta Técnica (1970). Vol. 15

    Abstract
    Mechanistic Methods are an excellent option when designing Structural Elements, due, among other things, to the precision simulating load conditions, the properties of the [...]

  • R. Aguiar, F. Castillo, J. Mizobe, P. Mendoza
    Gaceta Técnica (2017). Vol. 15

    Abstract
    After the earthquake of April 16, 2016 in Ecuador, the first building to be rehabilitated was the Faculty of Computer Science Campus of the University Laica Eloy Alfaro of [...]

  • R. Chacón
    Gaceta Técnica (1970). Vol. 15

    Abstract
    Editorial: Infraestructuras, investigación y academia en tiempos revueltos

  • E. Tapia-Hernandez, R. Cid
    International Journal of Natural Disasters, Accidents and Civil Infrastructure (2017). Vol. 17, (1)

    Abstract
    A study of the variation in axial loads on columns of braced bays along earthquake is presented. Studied columns belong to regular building of 10-, 14- and 18- stories structured [...]

  • M. Pagot, C. Gerbaudo, M. Zeballos
    International Journal of Natural Disasters, Accidents and Civil Infrastructure (2016). Vol. 16, (1)

    Abstract
    En este trabajo se presenta un análisis multitemporal del emplazamiento de las márgenes de un tramo del río Jesús María en la provincia de Córdoba, Argentina. El objetivo [...]

  • M. Eder, O. Barbeito, S. Ambrosino, G. Hillman, G. Moya, A. Rodriguez
    International Journal of Natural Disasters, Accidents and Civil Infrastructure (2016). Vol. 16, (1)

    Abstract
    Los flujos de sedimentos hiperconcentrados se pueden clasificar eninundaciones de barro, flujos de barro y flujo de escombros. Estos flujos se diferencian por la reología [...]

  • F. Alonso, N. Moine, L. Oudin, P. Ribstein, J. Bertoni
    International Journal of Natural Disasters, Accidents and Civil Infrastructure (2016). Vol. 16, (1)

    Abstract
    Los métodos de optimización multi-objetivo tienen diversas aplicacionesen la ingeniería. En particular, en la hidrología son una herramienta de gran valor para encontrar [...]

  • A. Tena Colunga, H. Ramírez
    International Journal of Natural Disasters, Accidents and Civil Infrastructure (2016). Vol. 16, (1)

    Abstract
    In this paper the authors summarize the most important results of a parametric study devoted to evaluate, using static nonlinear analyses (pushover) and nonlinear dynamic [...]

  • E. Molina, A. Mantilla, D. Pérez
    International Journal of Natural Disasters, Accidents and Civil Infrastructure (2016). Vol. 16, (1)

    Abstract
    Editorial: La enfermedad, el más peligroso de los desastres

  • R. F. Herrera, M. Calahorra, J. Cordero
    Gaceta Técnica (2017). Vol. 16

    Abstract
    The role of the project manager is one of the most challenging jobs in any organization because it requires a broad understanding of several areas that need to be coordinated [...]

  • J. Yépez, M. Dikdan, L. Andrade, R. Rojas
    Gaceta Técnica (2017). Vol. 16

    Abstract
    This article presents the study of structural reinforcement for a building of educational use, known as "Old Type II". The school was built before the creation of [...]

  • Z. Giménez, R. Gutiérrez, G. Hernández
    Gaceta Técnica (2017). Vol. 16

    Abstract
    The construction industry is considered as one of the industries with lower yields, frequent delays and reprogramming. Due to this and to avoid losses of time, costs and inconveniences [...]

  • R. Aguiar
    Gaceta Técnica (2017). Vol. 16

    Abstract
    This paper presents the reinforcement of a flour storage silo affected by the earthquake of April 16, 2016, in ECUADOR, which had a moment magnitude of 7.8. Immediately after [...]

  • J. Yépez, M. Dikdan, D. Avon, R. Rojas
    Gaceta Técnica (2017). Vol. 16

    Abstract
    The structural analysis and reinforcement project is presented for a city complex consisting of 31 houses with obvious signs of failure, built in the city of Barquisimeto [...]

  • R. F. Herrera, F. Medina, D. Nieto, M. Parrini
    Gaceta Técnica (2017). Vol. 16

    Abstract
    With a mixed global contract the maintenance of a road network is carried out, through the simultaneous execution of conservation under the modality to series of unitary prices, [...]

  • M. Rincon, H. Bolognini, L. Vela, D. Meza, C. Angulo
    Gaceta Técnica (2017). Vol. 16

    Abstract
    In recent years Venezuela has presented a crisis on the demand, commercialization and production of cement, the material needed for construction, therefor additive cements [...]

  • S. Escalona
    Gaceta Técnica (2017). Vol. 16

    Abstract
    Editorial: How cities envolved and how should being served today

  • S. Puga–Guzmán, J. Moreno–Valenzuela, V. Santibáñez
    Rev. int. métodos numér. cálc. diseño ing. (2016). Vol. 32, (4)

    Abstract
    In this paper, the problem of trajectory tracking control in an inertia wheel pendulum is studied. Results are presented in a constructive form. First, a model-based controller [...]

  • O. Valdés, J. Ruiz
    Rev. int. métodos numér. cálc. diseño ing. (2016). Vol. 32, (4)

    Abstract
    Until the present the problem of the refractory and isolating materials selection has not been treated, in all its complexity, as an optimization under multiple criteria task, [...]

  • P. Ribeiro, L. Pedroso
    Rev. int. métodos numér. cálc. diseño ing. (2016). Vol. 32, (2)

    Abstract
    In many practical engineering applications there is the interaction of distinct domains, where coupling effects are important in assessing the structural response. A particular [...]

  • Collection of Papers on Computational Methods in Naval Architecture and Offshore Engineering (2019).

    Abstract
    This paper presents part of the work done within the project ‘Advanced Numerical Simulation and Performance Evaluation of WAM-V ® in Spray Generating Conditions’ [...]

  • Ships and Offshore Structures (2015). 11:5, 471-481 (preprint)

    Abstract
    This work presents the development of two free Graphical User Interfaces (GUI), called ''FASTLognoter'' and ''MorisonForm'', both focused on [...]

  • C. Escrig, L. Gil
    Monograph CIMNE (2016). M161

    Abstract
    El principal objetivo de la presente investigación es realizar un estudio comparativo sobre la capacidad de diversos tipos de TRM actuando como refuerzo a cortante [...]

  • F. Arrufat, M. Celigueta
    Monograph CIMNE (2016). M163

    Abstract
    As a program increases its size and complexity, it can rapidly turn into something pretty difficult to keep controlled and up-to-date, specially when the developing work is [...]

  • N. Dialami, M. Chiumenti, M. Cervera, C. Saracibar
    Monograph CIMNE (2016). M157

    Abstract
    This paper deals with the numerical simulation of Friction Stir Welding (FSW) processes. FSW techniques are used in many industrial applications and particularly in the aeronautic [...]

  • W. Wang, T. Suzuki
    Singapore Dental Journal (2015). Vol. 36

    Abstract
    This case report utilized a patients natural teeth as provisional restorations supported by immediately placed implants to provide a seamless transition from hopeless teeth [...]

  • S. Peng
    Singapore Dental Journal (2015). Vol. 36

  • M. Patel, A. Alani
    Singapore Dental Journal (2015). Vol. 36

    Abstract
    Occlusal diagnosis plays an important role in the planning and subsequent delivery of predictable functional and aesthetic restorations and prostheses. Once an occlusal problem [...]

  • N. Joanna, W. Thomson
    Singapore Dental Journal (2015).

    Abstract
    This paper presents an overview of dry mouth, an important condition in the older population. Dry mouth will first be defined, followed by consideration of its occurrence. [...]

  • S. Kim, S. Lee, Y. Lee, Y. Lee
    Singapore Dental Journal (2015). Vol. 36

    Abstract
    MicroRNAs (miRNAs) are short, noncoding RNAs that act as key regulators of diverse biological processes by mediating translational repression or mRNA degradation of target [...]

  • J. Wang, T. Lindahl
    Genomics, Proteomics & Bioinformatics (2016). Vol. 14

  • T. Liu, J. Huang
    Genomics, Proteomics & Bioinformatics (2016). Vol. 14

    Abstract
    DNA double-strand breaks (DSBs), which arise following exposure to a number of endogenous and exogenous agents, can be repaired by either the homologous recombination (HR) [...]

  • H. Wei, X. Yu
    Genomics, Proteomics & Bioinformatics (2016). Vol. 14

    Abstract
    Protein poly ADP-ribosylation (PARylation) is a widespread post-translational modification at DNA lesions, which is catalyzed by poly(ADP-ribose) polymerases (PARPs). This [...]

  • Y. Wei, X. Xu
    Genomics, Proteomics & Bioinformatics (2016). Vol. 14

    Abstract
    Ubiquitin-fold modifier 1 (UFM1) is one of the newly-identified ubiquitin-like proteins. Similar to ubiquitin, UFM1 is conjugated to its target proteins by a three-step enzymatic [...]

  • Y. Wang, G. Jia
    Genomics, Proteomics & Bioinformatics (2016). Vol. 14

  • A. Klungland, Y. Yang
    Genomics, Proteomics & Bioinformatics (2015).

    Abstract
    Tomas Lindahl completed his medical studies at Karolinska Institute in 1970. Yet, his work has always been dedicated to unraveling fundamental mechanisms of DNA decay and [...]

  • M. Li, Y. Liu
    Genomics, Proteomics & Bioinformatics (2016). Vol. 14

    Abstract
    Mammalian topoisomerase 1 (TOP1) is an essential enzyme for normal development. TOP1 relaxes supercoiled DNA to remove helical constraints that can otherwise hinder DNA replication [...]

  • M. Miguel, L. Menna-Barreto
    Sleep Science (2016). Vol. 9

    Abstract
    Systemic Lupus Eritematosus (SLE) is a systemic inflammatory disease often treated with the agent cyclophosphamide (CY), known by provoking important adverse reactions to [...]

  • S. Pandi-Perumal, A. Gonfalone
    Sleep Science (2016). Vol. 9

    Abstract
    Space agencies such as the National Aeronautics and Space Administration of the United States, the Russian Federal Space Agency, the European Space Agency, the China National [...]

  • O. Brutto, R. Mera, M. Zambrano, P. Castillo
    Sleep Science (2016).

    Abstract
    More information is needed to better understand the effect of caffeine on sleep quality at the community level. In a population-based, cross-sectional study design, we aimed [...]

  • S. Charandabi, N. Rezaei, S. Hakimi, S. Khatami, R. valizadeh, A. Azadi
    Sleep Science (2016). Vol. 9

    Abstract
    Aging in men is associated with various physical and mental symptoms, including sleep problems and sexual dysfunction. The aim of this study was to determine the status of [...]

  • A. Coralli, A. Perciaccante
    Sleep Science (2016). Vol. 9

  • M. Silva, C. Bazzana, A. Souza, L. Ramos, S. Tufik, L. Lucchesi, G. Lopes
    Sleep Science (2015).

  • C. Chong, W. Zheng
    Redox Biology (2016). Vol. 9

    Abstract
    The pathological increase in the levels of reactive oxygen species (ROS) in the retinal pigment epithelium (RPE), is implicated in the development of age-related macular degeneration [...]

  • W. He, M. Frost
    Redox Biology (2016). Vol. 9

    Abstract
    Applying soluble nitric oxide (NO) donors is the most widely used method to expose cells of interest to exogenous NO. Because of the complex equilibria that exist between [...]

  • A. Kurundkar, V. Thannickal
    Redox Biology (2016). Vol. 9

    Abstract
    Redox signaling and oxidative stress are associated with tissue fibrosis and aging. Aging is recognized as a major risk factor for fibrotic diseases involving multiple organ [...]

  • L. Liang, M. Patel
    Redox Biology (2016). Vol. 9

    Abstract
    Currently the field of epilepsy lacks peripheral blood-based biomarkers that could predict the onset or progression of chronic seizures following an epileptogenic injury. [...]

  • U. Sorhue, F. Mmereole, E. Irikefe-Ekeke, S. Nwakwo
    Nigerian Journal of Genetics (2014). Vol. 28

    Abstract
    Records of 224 kits produced by fifteen dams and five sires were used to estimate covariance and correlations of litter traits in composite breed rabbit using paternal and [...]

  • M. Adebayo, A. Menkir
    Nigerian Journal of Genetics (2014). Vol. 28

    Abstract
    Introduced maize (Zea mays L.) germplasm can serve as important sources of favorable alleles for enhancing the performance of new maize varieties and hybrids under drought [...]

  • O. Oyetunde, O. Ariyo
    Nigerian Journal of Genetics (2014).

    Abstract
    Gene action and interaction are very important in formulating the appropriate breeding technique to produce new varieties in okra. The objective of the study was to investigate [...]

  • P. Kolo, S. Egena, D. Tsado, M. Adisa-Shehu
    Nigerian Journal of Genetics (2014). Vol. 28

    Abstract
    A study on the distribution and frequencies of coat colour, wattle, beard, horn, and hair type using 375 extensively managed local goats was carried out in the three administrative [...]

  • I. Umar, E. Kwon-Ndung
    Nigerian Journal of Genetics (2014). Vol. 28

    Abstract
    Germplasm identification and characterization is an important link between conservation and utilization of plant genetic resources. The present study was conducted to characterize [...]

  • D. Ogunniyan, S. Olakojo
    Nigerian Journal of Genetics (2014).

    Abstract
    Fifteen elite yellow maize inbred lines were evaluated in a randomized complete block design experiment with three replicates in 2014. Data were collected on days to anthesis [...]

  • E. Rush
    Molecular Genetics and Metabolism Reports (2016). Vol. 8

    Abstract
    A 14 year old patient with short stature, type I diabetes, and cataracts was referred for evaluation of avascular necrosis of the femoral head. Radiography was suggestive [...]

  • J. Schwoerer, S. Calcar, G. Rice, J. Deline
    Molecular Genetics and Metabolism Reports (2016). Vol. 8

    Abstract
    Propionic acidemia (PA) is an inborn error of protein metabolism with a variable clinical presentation ranging from neonatal encephalopathy to seemingly asymptomatic individuals [...]

  • J. Finsterer, C. Stöllberger, E. Wollmann, S. Dertinger, F. Laccone
    Molecular Genetics and Metabolism Reports (2016).

    Abstract
    Carvajal syndrome is an autosomal dominant or autosomal recessive disorder, manifesting with dilated cardiomyopathy, woolly hair, and palmoplantar keratoma. Additional manifestations [...]

  • J. Finsterer, S. Zarrouk-Mahjoub
    Molecular Genetics and Metabolism Reports (2016). Vol. 8

  • J. Schneider, L. Burmeister, K. Rudser, C. Whitley, J. Utz
    Molecular Genetics and Metabolism Reports (2016). Vol. 8

    Abstract
    In Pompe disease, a deficiency of acid α-glucosidase enzyme activity leads to pathologic accumulation of glycogen in tissues. Phenotype heterogeneity in Pompe includes an [...]

  • D. Kwon
    Journal of Ethnic Foods (2016).

  • R. Ali
    Journal of Ethnic Foods (2016). Vol. 3

    Abstract
    Kishk is a popular traditional functional food in Egypt. This study was performed to investigate the effects of different levels of kishk as a dried fermented milk/whole wheat [...]

  • V. Karizaki
    Journal of Ethnic Foods (2016). Vol. 3

    Abstract
    Iranian national cuisine is very diverse and nutritious. A rice-based diet is commonly used by all people throughout the country. The current work aimed at documenting the [...]

  • C. Ng, S. Karim
    Journal of Ethnic Foods (2016). Vol. 3

    Abstract
    Nyonya cuisine echoes the cultural identity of the Peranakans, who are both Chinese and localized. Despite the fact that the food is much localized, its symbolism remains [...]

  • M. Roy
    Biomedical Journal (2016). Vol. 39

  • A. Hjelmeland, J. Zhang
    Biomedical Journal (2016). Vol. 39

    Abstract
    Cancer is a complex disease marked by uncontrolled cell growth and invasion. These processes are driven by the accumulation of genetic and epigenetic alterations that promote [...]

  • W. Chen
    Biomedical Journal (2016).

    Abstract
    Protozoa and helminths are the two main groups that cause parasitic diseases with a broad spectrum of clinical symptoms. Protozoa are unicellular organisms like the malaria [...]

  • D. Choudhary
    Biomedical Journal (2016). Vol. 39

  • R. Akhondzadeh, A. Ghomeishi, S. Nesioonpour, S. Nourizade
    Biomedical Journal (2016). Vol. 39

    Abstract
    The efficient and secure techniques of anesthesia and sedation have always been needed for. One of these procedures is endoscopic retrograde cholangiopancreatography (ERCP), [...]

  • E. Walton
    Biomedical Journal (2016). Vol. 39

    Abstract
    In this issue of the Biomedical Journal, we highlight a review revealing that the effect of autophagy, reactive oxygen species, and antioxidants in cancer may be a question [...]

  • Computers and Structures (2016). 117, 126-140 (preprint)

    Abstract
    We propose here a numerical model for a three-dimensional simulation of glass forming processes. Using the basic philosophy of the Particle Finite Element method (PFEM), we [...]

  • A. García-Moreno, J. González-Barbosa, J. Hurtado-Ramos, F. Ornelas-Rodríguez, A. Ramírez-Pedraza
    Rev. int. métodos numér. cálc. diseño ing. (2016). Vol. 32, (4)

    Abstract
    Recently the data fusion between a camera and a depth sensor of LiDAR type, has become an issue of major concern in industry and engineering. The quality of the delivered [...]

  • L. Corso, H. Gomes, G. Mezzomo, A. Molter
    Rev. int. métodos numér. cálc. diseño ing. (2016). Vol. 32, (4)

    Abstract
    The manufacturing process of a multi‐axial load cell requires robust tools to analyze the structural behavior when it is subjected to static and dynamic loads. In this work, [...]

  • M. Vasco, M. Castellano, J. López, E. Casas
    Rev. int. métodos numér. cálc. diseño ing. (2016). Vol. 32, (1)

    Abstract
    Detailed geometric models of a mandible can improve the accuracy of computer simulations. However, cost, time and qualified labor available for their construction may hinder [...]

  • T. Alves, R. Ramos, C. Maia
    Rev. int. métodos numér. cálc. diseño ing. (2016). Vol. 32, (4)

    Abstract
    This work describes a hybrid analytical‐numerical solution employing the Generalized Integral Transform Technique (GITT) to forced convection heat transfer in hydrodynamically [...]

  • J. Yenes, R. Castedo, A. Santos, J. Simón
    Rev. int. métodos numér. cálc. diseño ing. (2016). Vol. 32, (1)

    Abstract
    Within the category of improvised explosive devices are those that form explosively formed projectiles which penetrate armor and armored systems, such as those used by insurgents [...]

  • R. Corrêa, L. Stutz, R. Tenenbaum
    Rev. int. métodos numér. cálc. diseño ing. (2016). Vol. 32, (1)

    Abstract
    The present work addresses the structural damage identification problem in plates by using the flexibility matrix. The damage is continuously described by a cohesion parameter [...]

  • A. Barbat, Y. Vargas, L. Pujades, J. Hurtado
    Rev. int. métodos numér. cálc. diseño ing. (2016). Vol. 32, (1)

    Abstract
    The incremental dynamic analysis is a powerful tool for evaluating the seismic vulnerability and risk of buildings. It allows calculating the global damage of structures for [...]

  • F. Goedel, I. Iturrioz, A. Jr., M. Walber
    Rev. int. métodos numér. cálc. diseño ing. (2016). Vol. 32, (1)

    Abstract
    This paper presents a parametric study of the offset frontal impact on a bus, in which is assessed independently an influence of each variable involved in this accident type. [...]

  • G. Gonçalves, A. Silva, R. Silveira
    Rev. int. métodos numér. cálc. diseño ing. (2016). Vol. 32, (1)

    Abstract
    This work presents an evaluation of the inelastic behavior of steel structures subjected to minor‐axis bending. Profiles type I and compact cross‐sections are considered. [...]

  • J. Carrero-Blanco, M. Estrems, H. Sánchez
    Rev. int. métodos numér. cálc. diseño ing. (2016). Vol. 32, (4)

    Abstract
    The present study analyzes the best attachment of the propeller shaft of a submersible to his bearing, studying geometry of contact between those elements. A semi-analytical [...]