• P. Alart
    Videos of Plenary Lectures presented at the IV International Conference on Particle-Based Methods. Fundamentals and Applications. (PARTICLES 2015).

    Abstract
    The numerical simulation of complex dynamical systems is an important way for studying phenomena that are difficult to investigate experimentally. We could then speak about [...]

  • A. Maniatty, P. Karvani, D. Pyle
    Videos of Plenary Lectures presented at the XIII International Conference on Computational Plasticity (COMPLAS 2015).

    Abstract
    The macroscale mechanical behaviour of crystalline materials, such as polycrystalline metals and single crystal semiconductors, is dictated by the anisotropic behaviour of [...]

  • D. Kochmann
    Videos of Plenary Lectures presented at the XIII International Conference on Computational Plasticity (COMPLAS 2015).

    Abstract
    Dislocation interactions and failure mechanisms at mesoscopic length scales of metallic materials are usually out of reach of atomistic simulations, thus requiring effective [...]

  • P. Coulier, G. Lombaert, G. Degrande
    Videos of Plenary Lectures presented at the XIII International Conference on Computational Plasticity (COMPLAS 2015).

    Abstract
    In civil engineering, and more particularly in structural mechanics, computational tools are used to understand and predict the behaviour of complete structures (bridges, [...]

  • Z. Zhuang, Z. Liu, Y. Cui
    Videos of Plenary Lectures presented at the XIII International Conference on Computational Plasticity (COMPLAS 2015).

    Abstract
    Plastic flow in crystal at micron-nano scales involves many new interesting issues. Some results are obtained for uniaxial compression experiments conducted on FCC single [...]

  • A. Needleman, A. Srivastava, S. Osovski
    Videos of Plenary Lectures presented at the XIII International Conference on Computational Plasticity (COMPLAS 2015).

    Abstract
    Two fundamental questions in the mechanics and physics of fracture are: (i) What is the relation between observable features of a material’s microstructure and its resistance [...]

  • O. Allix
    Videos of Plenary Lectures presented at the XIII International Conference on Computational Plasticity (COMPLAS 2015).

    Abstract
    In the last decade, many innovative modeling or solution techniques have been introduced in the field of computational mechanics. These techniques, such as enriched finite [...]

  • M. Ortiz, T. Kirchdoerfer
    Videos of Plenary Lectures presented at the XIII International Conference on Computational Plasticity (COMPLAS 2015).

    Abstract
    We develop a new computing paradigm, which we refer to as data-driven computing, according to which calculations are carried out directly from experimental material data and [...]

  • K. Terada, S. Matsubara, S. Nishi
    Videos of Plenary Lectures presented at the XIII International Conference on Computational Plasticity (COMPLAS 2015).

    Abstract
    The methods of two-scale analysis based on the method of numerical material testing (NMT) and plate testing (NPT) have indisputable superiority over FE2 -type micro-macro [...]

  • E. Lehmann, P. Wriggers, S. Löhnert
    Videos of Plenary Lectures presented at the XIII International Conference on Computational Plasticity (COMPLAS 2015).

    Abstract
    The presentation is aimed to cover areas related to modeling of material behaviour using different numerical schemes. Special emphasis is laid on homogenization procedures [...]

  • F. Chinesta
    Videos of Plenary Lectures presented at the XIII International Conference on Computational Plasticity (COMPLAS 2015).

    Abstract
    Despite the impressive progresses attained by simulation capabilities and techniques, some challenging problems remain today intractable. These problems, that are common to [...]

  • J. Schröder, M. Labusch, M. Keip
    Videos of Plenary Lectures presented at the XIII International Conference on Computational Plasticity (COMPLAS 2015).

    Abstract
    Coupling between electric and magnetic fields enables smart new devices and may find application in sensor technology and data storage. Materials showing magneto-electric [...]

  • J. Oliver, J. Cante, A. Ferrer
    Videos of Plenary Lectures presented at the XIII International Conference on Computational Plasticity (COMPLAS 2015).

    Abstract
    Multiscale topological material design, aiming at obtaining optimal distribution of the material at several scales in structural materials is still a challenge. In this case, [...]

  • A. Radermacher, S. Reese, J. Kochmann, S. Wulfinghoff
    Videos of Plenary Lectures presented at the XIII International Conference on Computational Plasticity (COMPLAS 2015).

    Abstract
    The necessity to provide physically reasonable and mathematically sound descriptions of mechanical behaviour at different scales is without discussion. Nevertheless, for engineering [...]

  • M. Borden, T. Hughes, C. Landis
    Videos of Plenary Lectures presented at the XIII International Conference on Computational Plasticity (COMPLAS 2015).

    Abstract
    The phase-field approach to predicting crack initiation and propagation relies on a damage accumulation function to describe the phase, or state, of fracturing material. The [...]

  • A. Gens, M. Ciantia, M. Arroyo
    Videos of Plenary Lectures presented at the XIII International Conference on Computational Plasticity (COMPLAS 2015).

    Abstract
    The mechanical behavior of granular materials is characterized by strong non-linearity and irreversibility. These properties have been described by a variety of constitutive [...]

  • W. Liu, O. Kafka, W. Xiong, Z. Liu, W. Yan, J. Smith, P. Cheng
    Videos of Plenary Lectures presented at the XIII International Conference on Computational Plasticity (COMPLAS 2015).

    Abstract
    Additive manufacturing (AM) processes have the ability to build complex geometries from a wide variety of materials. A popular approach for metal-based AM processes involves [...]

  • J. Cotela, E. Oñate, R. Rossi
    Monograph CIMNE (2016). M159

    Abstract
    This work explores the use of stabilized finite element formulations for the incompressible Navier-Stokes equations to simulate turbulent flow problems. Turbulence is a challenging [...]

  • J. Valdés, E. Oñate, J. Miquel
    Monograph CIMNE (2007). M107

    Abstract
    Nowadays, fluid-structure interaction problems are a great challenge of different fields in engineering and applied sciences. In civil engineering applications, wind flow [...]

  • Monograph CIMNE (2000). M56

    Abstract
    En esta tesis se describe el desarrollo e implementación de un sistema informático para el tratamiento de toda la información necesaria para un análisis [...]

  • M. Tort, E. Oñate
    Technical Reports of the International Centre for Numerical Methods in Engineering (CIMNE) (2009).

    Abstract
    The forms of revolution generated by shell structures are the simplest of classical art. Thus, the main motivation of this paper is present the basic tools for understanding [...]

  • Monograph CIMNE (2015). M153

    Abstract
    Progressive fracture in quasi-brittle materials such as concrete, rocks, soils, is often treated as strain softening in continuum damage mechanics. Such constitutive relations [...]

  • (2001). W. A. Wall, K.-U. Bletzinger and K. Schweizerhof (Eds.), CIMNE, Barcelona, Spain

    Abstract
    A stabilized semi-implicit fractional step finite element method for solving coupled fluid-structure interaction problems involving free surface waves is presented. The stabilized [...]

  • D. Vargas, A. Lemonge, H. Barbosa, H. Bernardino
    Rev. int. métodos numér. cálc. diseño ing. (2016). Vol. 32, (2)

    Abstract
    Structural optimization problems aim at increasing the performance of the structure while decreasing its costs guaranteeing, however, the applicable safety requirements. As [...]

  • M. Urrecha, I. Romero
    Rev. int. métodos numér. cálc. diseño ing. (2016). Vol. 32, (2)

    Abstract
    In this article we present numerical methods for the approximation of incompressible flows. We have addressed three problems: the stationary Stokes’ problem, the transient [...]

  • M. Salgado-Gálvez, M. Carreño, A. Barbat, O. Cardona
    Rev. int. métodos numér. cálc. diseño ing. (2016). Vol. 32, (2)

    Abstract
    A comprehensive and probabilistic seismic risk assessment has been performed for the buildings of Lorca, the most affected city in the region of Murcia, Spain, after the May [...]

  • J. Rivera, F. Arias, A. Badrenas, J. Grau
    Rev. int. métodos numér. cálc. diseño ing. (2016). Vol. 32, (2)

    Abstract
    Introduction In patients with moderate symptomatic or severe asymptomatic carotid stenosis, prior to an endarterectomy it is recommended to do a detailed study, in which [...]

  • E. Moreno, M. Cervera
    Rev. int. métodos numér. cálc. diseño ing. (2016). Vol. 32, (2)

    Abstract
    This work presents a methodology for the solution of the Navier-Stokes equations for Bingham and Herschel-Bulkley viscoplastic fluids using stabilized mixed velocity/pressure [...]

  • C. Páramo, O. Carrillo
    Rev. int. métodos numér. cálc. diseño ing. (2016). Vol. 32, (2)

    Abstract
    This work proposes the use of the MSAA stochastic optimization technique to replace the optimality criterion used in the topology optimization method proposed by Andreassen. [...]

  • M. Llano-Serna, M. Farias
    Rev. int. métodos numér. cálc. diseño ing. (2016). Vol. 32, (2)

    Abstract
    This paper investigates the possibility of using the material point method (MPM) to solve small strains quasi-static problems and dynamic problems related to large distortions. [...]

  • Comp. Meth. App. Mech. Eng. (2015). 295, 290-304 (preprint)

    Abstract
    This paper shows the recent work of the authors in the development of a time-domain FEM model for evaluation of the seal dynamics of a surface effect ship. The fluid solver [...]