• Computers and Fluids (2007). Vol. 36 (1), pp. 27-38

    Abstract
    The Particle Finite Element Method (PFEM) is a well established numerical method [Aubry R, Idelsohn SR, Oñate E, Particle finite element method in fluid mechanics [...]

  • Acta Geotechnica (2006). Vol. 1 (4), pp. 237-252

    Abstract
    We present a general formulation for modeling bed erosion in free surface flows using the particle finite element method (PFEM). The key feature of the PFEM is the use of [...]

  • 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 [...]

  • Int. J. Computational Fluid Dynamics (2002). Vol. 16 (4), pp. 283-295

    Abstract
    The aim of this paper is to describe the methodology followed in order to determine the viscous effects of a uniform wind on the blades of small horizontal-axis wind turbines [...]

  • Journal of Fluids Engineering (1999). Vol. 122 (2), 309-317

    Abstract
    A panel Fourier method for ship-wave flow problems is considered here. It is based on a three-dimensional potential flow model with a linearized free surface condition, and [...]

  • R. Löhner, C. Yang, E. Oñate, S. Idelsohn
    Applied Numerical Mathematics (1999). Vol. 31 (3), pp. 271-293

    Abstract
    An unstructured grid-based, parallel-free surface solver is presented. The overall scheme combines a finite-element, equal-order, projection-type 3-D incompressible flow solver [...]

  • J. Gimenez, H. Aguerre, S. Idelsohn, N. Nigro
    Journal of Computational Physics (2018). Vol. 380, pp. 295-310

    Abstract
      This work presents a novel proposal of a second-order accurate (in time and space) particle-based method for solving transport equations including incompressible [...]

  • Journal of Computational Physics (1998). Vol. 146 (2), pp 570-602

    Abstract
    An absorbing boundary condition for the ship wave resistance problem is presented. In contrast to the Dawson-like methods, it avoids the use of numerical viscosities in the [...]

  • Ocean Engng. (2002). Vol. 29 (3), p. 261-278

    Abstract
    An applied Fourier transform computation for the hydrodynamic wave-resistance coefficient is shown, oriented to potential flows with a free surface and infinity depth. The [...]

  • P. Laura, R. Gutiérrez, V. Sonzogni, S. Idelsohn
    Ocean Engng. (1997). Vol. 24 (1), pp. 51-62

    Abstract
    This paper deals with the solution of the title problem in the case where the outer boundary is subjected to uniform, hydrostatic pressure while the inner edge of the plate [...]

  • Appl. Mech. Rev. (1995). Vol. 48 (11), pp. 203-210

    Abstract
    A numerical algorithm based on the CVBEM (from Complex Variable Boundary Element Method) for plane incompressible potential flow around aerofoils and cascades is described. [...]

  • Int. J. of Num. Meths. for Heat and Fluid Flow (1997). Vol. 7 (2/3), pp. 141-168

    Abstract
    Addresses two difficulties which arise when using a compressible code with equal order interpolation (non‐staggered grids in the finite‐difference nomenclature) to capture [...]

  • J. Marti, E. Ortega, S. Idelsohn
    Int. J. of Num. Meths. for Heat and Fluid Flow (2017). Vol. 27 (8), pp.1748-1764

    Abstract
    Purpose   The purpose of this paper is to propose a new elemental enrichment technique to improve the accuracy of the simulations of thermal problems [...]

  • C. Felippa, E. Oñate, S. Idelsohn
    Archives of Comp. Meths. Engng. (2018). Vol. 25 (4), pp. 919–963

    Abstract
    This is part of an article series on a variational framework for continuum mechanics based on the Finite Increment Calculus (FIC). The formulation utilizes high order derivatives [...]

  • S. Idelsohn, M. Storti, L. Crivelli
    Archives of Comp. Meths. Engng. (1994). Vol. 1 (1), pp. 49-74

    Abstract
    This paper summarizes the state of the art of the numerical solution of phase-change problems. After describing the governing equations, a review of the existing methods is [...]

  • Commun. Numer. Meth. Engng (1998). Vol. 14 (9), pp. 849-861

    Abstract
    A discrete non‐local (DNL) boundary condition is used to solve the water waves propagation problem over variable depth. This condition is obtained by means of full solution [...]

  • Commun. Numer. Meth. Engng (1998). Vol. 14 (11), pp. 997-1012

    Abstract
    A method for computing ship wave resistance from a momentum flux balance is presented. It is based on computing the momentum flux carried by the gravity waves that exit the [...]

  • Commun. Numer. Meth. Engng (1995). Vol. 11 (3), pp. 199-211

    Abstract
    This work is devoted to the simulation by finite elements of nearly incompressible inviscid flows in real 3D geometries, by means of an Euler code based on the SUPG (streamline [...]

  • S. Idelsohn, J. Gimenez, N. Nigro
    Int. J. Numer. Meth. Fluids (2018). Vol. 86 (12), pp. 750–769

    Abstract
    In a previous paper, the authors presented an elemental enriched space to be used in a finite‐element framework (EFEM) capable of reproducing kinks and jumps in an unknown [...]

  • S. Idelsohn, J. Marti, P. Becker, E. Oñate
    Int. J. Numer. Meth. Fluids (2014). Vol. 75 (9), pp. 621-644

    Abstract
    Multifluids are those fluids in which their physical properties (viscosity or density) vary internally and abruptly forming internal interfaces that introduce a large nonlinearity [...]

  • Int. J. Numer. Meth. Fluids (2014). Vol. 74 (10), pp. 732-748

    Abstract
    In this work, the finite point method is applied to the solution of high‐Reynolds compressible viscous flows. The aim is to explore this important field of applications [...]

  • Int. J. Numer. Meth. Fluids (2013). Vol. 73 (4), pp. 323-343

    Abstract
    A finite point method for solving compressible flow problems involving moving boundaries and adaptivity is presented. The numerical methodology is based on an upwind‐biased [...]

  • Int. J. Numer. Meth. Fluids (2013). Vol. 72 (12), pp. 1219-1243

    Abstract
    In this paper, we present an explicit formulation for reduced‐order models of the stabilized finite element approximation of the incompressible Navier–Stokes equations. [...]

  • Int. J. Numer. Meth. Fluids (2011). Vol. 70 (7), pp. 829-850

    Abstract
    In this work, a new enrichment space to accommodate jumps in the pressure field at immersed interfaces in finite element formulations, is proposed. The new enrichment adds [...]

  • M. Mier-Torrecilla, A. Geyer, J. Phillips, S. Idelsohn, E. Oñate
    Int. J. Numer. Meth. Fluids (2012). Vol. 69 (5), pp. 1016-1030

    Abstract
    Negatively buoyant jets consist in a dense fluid injected vertically upward into a lighter ambient fluid. The numerical simulation of this kind of buoyancy‐driven flows [...]

  • Int. J. Numer. Meth. Fluids (2011). Vol. 65 (1-3), pp. 106-134

    Abstract
    We present a collection of stabilized finite element (FE) methods derived via first‐ and second‐order finite calculus (FIC) procedures. It is shown that several well known [...]

  • Int. J. Numer. Meth. Fluids (2008). Vol. 60 (9), pp. 937-971

    Abstract
    The finite point method (FPM) is a meshless technique, which is based on both, a weighted least‐squares numerical approximation on local clouds of points and a collocation [...]

  • Int. J. Numer. Meth. Fluids (2007). Vol. 54 (6-8), pp. 639-664

    Abstract
    The Navier–Stokes equations written in Laplace form are often the starting point of many numerical methods for the simulation of viscous flows. Imposing the natural [...]

  • Int. J. Numer. Meth. Fluids (2000). Vol. 32 (1), pp. 1-22

    Abstract
    The iterative solution of linear systems arising from panel method discretization of three‐dimensional (3D) exterior potential problems coming mainly from aero‐hydrodynamic [...]

  • Int. J. Numer. Meth. Fluids (1999). Vol. 29 (5), pp. 605-621

    Abstract
    The finite element method is employed to approximate the solutions of the Helmholtz equation for water wave radiation and scattering in an unbounded domain. A discrete, non‐local [...]

  • Int. J. Numer. Meth. Fluids (1997). Vol. 25 (12), pp. 1347-1371

    Abstract
    This paper presents several numerical results using a vectorized version of a 3D finite element compressible and nearly incompressible Euler and Navier–Stokes code. [...]

  • Int. J. Numer. Meth. Fluids (1995). Vol. 20 (8-9), pp. 1003-1022

    Abstract
    We present a method to assess the stability of pairs of interpolation spaces for mixed formulations. The method is based on a straightforward calculation of the eigenvalues [...]

  • Hormigón y Acero (2018). (prepint) 69, Supl 1, pp. 53-69

    Abstract
    This paper presents the basic concepts and application of the strategy that combines finite element methods (FEM) and discrete elements (DEM)for the study of the propagation [...]

  • Int. J. Numer. Meth. Fluids (1994). Vol. 19 (1), pp. 1-22

    Abstract
    The modelling of liquid flow in gas‐stirred vessels is described. A simple two‐phase model accounts for the buoyancy effect of bubbles. Friction between liquid and gas [...]

  • Commun. Numer. Meth. Engng (1993). Vol. 9 (9), pp. 729-743

    Abstract
    In a recent paper we presented a data structure to be used with multigrid techniques on non‐homogeneously refined FEM meshes. This paper focuses on the adaptive refinement [...]

  • S. Idelsohn, N. Nigro, J. Gimenez, R. Rossi, J. Marti
    Engineering Computations (2013). Vol. 30 (2), pp. 197-222

    Abstract
    Purpose   – The purpose of this paper is to highlight the possibilities of a novel Lagrangian formulation in dealing with the solution [...]

  • H. Antúnez, S. Idelsohn
    Engineering Computations (1992). Vol. 9 (5), pp. 547-559

    Abstract
    The pseudo‐concentration method is applied to the analysis of transient processes. A simple, easy‐to‐handle model is obtained by keeping an Eulerian description: it [...]

  • E. Barbero, G. Kaufmann, S. Idelsohn
    Optics & Laser Technology (1990). Vol. 22 (1), pp. 17-22

    Abstract
    The fracture behaviour of a four-point bend surface-coated ceramic specimen with a through-the-thickness crack was experimentally investigated. Speckle photography was used [...]

  • G. Kaufmann, A. Lopergolo, S. Idelsohn, E. Barbero
    Experimental Mechanics (1987). Vol. 27 (2), pp. 154-157

    Abstract
    Two techniques, speckle photography and holographic interferometry, were used to test three-dimensional finite-element calculations in an internally pressurized cylinder with [...]

  • Earthquake Engineering Structural Dynamics (1984). Vol. 12 (6), pp. 721-736

    Abstract
    A reinforced concrete frame‐wall structure of a building designed in accordance to standard practice in Argentina was analysed by the procedures prescribed by current Argentine [...]

  • S. Idelsohn, L. Costa, R. Ponso
    Journal of Biomechanics (1985). Vol. 18 (2), pp. 97-115

    Abstract
    The steady flow of blood through three common types of prosthetic heart valves was simulated numerically using the finite element method. The velocity, pressure and stress [...]

  • J. D'Elía, M. Storti, S. Idelsohn
    Advances in Engineering Software (2000). Vol. 31 (5), pp. 339-346

    Abstract
    A weak form to compute the dipolar and monopolar surface gradients, related to a low-order panel method, is shown. The flow problem is formulated by means of a three-dimensional [...]

  • J. D'Elía, M. Storti, S. Idelsohn
    Advances in Engineering Software (2000). Vol. 31 (5), pp. 347-353

    Abstract
    A closed form for the computation of the dipolar and monopolar influence coefficients related to a low-order panel method is shown. The flow problem is formulated by means [...]

  • G. Kaufmann, A. Lopergolo, S. Idelsohn
    J. Appl. Mech (1983). Vol. 50 (4a), pp. 896-897

    Abstract
    The usefulness of using the speckle photography technique in fracture mechanics to check numerical calculations is demonstrated for an internally pressurized cylinder with [...]

  • L. Ercoli, V. Sonzogni, S. Idelsohn, P. Laura
    Journal of Sound and Vibration (1992). Vol. 135 (2), pp. 217-221

    Abstract
    An approximate analytical solution is obtained for the title problem by using a Navier-type solution. It is shown that the fundamental frequency coefficient obtained by means [...]

  • V. Sonzogni, S. Idelsohn, P. Laura, V. Cortínez
    Journal of Sound and Vibration (1990). Vol. 140 (3), pp. 513-522

    Abstract
    Transverse vibrations of the structural system described in the title are analyzed by using classical plate theory and employing two different methodologies: the recently [...]

  • S. Idelsohn, M. Geradin
    Journal of Sound and Vibration (1982). Vol. 83 (2), pp. 143-155

    Abstract
    The type of convergence to the eigenspectrum of a structure calculated from a finite element analysis is examined in light of the variational properties of the Rayleigh quotient [...]

  • Comput. Methods Appl. Mech. Engrg., (2017). Vol. 315, pp. 1080-1097

    Abstract
    We propose here a displacement-based updated Lagrangian fluid model developed to facilitate a monolithic coupling with a wide range of structural elements [...]

  • H. Antúnez, S. Idelsohn, E. Dvorkin
    Computers and Structures (1992). Vol. 44 (1-2), pp. 435-451

    Abstract
    An analysis of metal forming processes with axial geometry is performed by an expansion in Fourier series on the circumferential direction. For that purpose, an incremental [...]

  • J. Jeusette, G. Laschet, S. Idelsohn
    Computers and Structures (1989). Vol. 32 (1), pp. 125-135

    Abstract
    In the prebuckling range of the complete nonlinear response of a structure submitted to destabilizing loads, a linearized stability analysis is generally an interesting tool. [...]

  • Computers and Structures (1985). Vol. 20 (1-3), pp. 203-210

    Abstract
    A computational algorithm for predicting the dynamical response of a nonlinear structure by means of a reduction scheme is described. In it, the nonlinear system of ordinary [...]

  • M. Geradin, S. Idelsohn, M. Hogge
    Computers and Structures (1981). Vol. 13 (1-3), pp. 73-81

    Abstract
    The usefulness of quasi-Newton methods for the solution of nonlinear systems of equations is demonstrated. After a review of the Newton iterative method, several quasi-Newton [...]

  • Nuclear Engineering and Desing (1985). Vol. 90 (2), pp. 209-222

    Abstract
    An application of the British CEGB's R6 Failure Assessment Approach to the determination of failure internal pressure of nuclear power plant spherical steel containments [...]

  • M. Geradin, S. Idelsohn, M. Hogge
    Nuclear Engineering and Design (1980). Vol. 58 (3), pp. 339-348;

    Abstract
    This paper is an attempt to compare Newton and quasi-Newton methods in nonlinear structural dynamics. After a review of the classical iterative methods, several quasi-Newton [...]

  • F. Mossaiby, R. Rossi, P. Dadvand, S. Idelsohn
    Int. J. Numer. Meth. Engng. (2012). Vol. 89 (13), pp. 1635-1651

    Abstract
    The solution of problems in computational fluid dynamics (CFD) represents a classical field for the application of advanced numerical methods. Many different approaches were [...]

  • N. Calvo, S. Idelsohn
    Int. J. Numer. Meth. Engng. (2002). Vol. 55 (12), pp. 1439-1449

    Abstract
    There has been some degree of success in all‐hexahedral meshing. Standard methods start with the object geometry defined by means of an all‐quadrilateral mesh, followed [...]

  • N. Calvo, S. Idelsohn
    Int. J. Numer. Meth. Engng. (2001). Vol. 50 (8), pp. 1957-1967

    Abstract
    This research work deals with the analysis and test of a normalized‐Jacobian metric used as a measure of the quality of all‐hexahedral meshes. Instead of element qualities, [...]

  • Int. J. Numer. Meth. Engng. (2000). Vol. 47 (5), pp. 969-983

    Abstract
    A non‐reflecting boundary condition based on the Gauss filter is employed for the determination of scattered potential governed by the equation. A filtering layer is used [...]

  • E. Oñate, S. Idelsohn, O. Zienkiewicz, R. Taylor
    Int. J. Numer. Meth. Engng. (1996). Vol. 39 (22), pp. 3839-3866

    Abstract
    The paper presents a fully meshless procedure fo solving partial differential equations. The approach termed generically the ‘finite point method’ is based on [...]

  • H. Antúnez, S. Idelsohn
    Int. J. Numer. Meth. Engng. (1994). Vol. 37 (21), pp. 3621-3632

    Abstract
    A semi‐analytical formulation is presented for transient metal‐forming processes which, being axisymmetric in geometry, are subjected to non‐axisymmetric loads and boundary [...]

  • M. Storti, C. Baumann, S. Idelsohn
    Int. J. Numer. Meth. Engng. (1992). Vol. 34 (2), pp. 519-541

    Abstract
    When explicit time marching algorithms are used to reach the steady state of problems governed by the Euler equations, the rate of convergence is strongly impaired both in [...]

  • C. Baumann, M. Storti, S. Idelsohn
    Int. J. Numer. Meth. Engng. (1992). Vol. 34 (2), pp. 453-568

    Abstract
    This paper report progress on a technique to accelerate the convergence to steady solutions when the streamline‐upwind/Petrov‐Galerkin (SUPG) technique is used. Both the [...]

  • Int. J. Numer. Meth. Engng. (1989). Vol. 28 (4), pp. 769-784

    Abstract
    The amount of upwind or magnitude of off‐centering needed in the numerical solution of second order differential equations with significant first derivatives is justified [...]

  • M. Storti, L. Crivelli, S. Idelsohn
    Int. J. Numer. Meth. Engng. (1987). Vol. 24 (2), pp. 375-392

    Abstract
    This paper presents a method for straightening curved interfaces arising in phase‐change problems. The method works on isoparametric finite elements, performing a second [...]

  • Int. J. Numer. Meth. Engng. (1986). Vol. 23 (6), pp. 1023-1042

    Abstract
    A new algorithm for solving transient thermal problems in a reduced subspace of the original space of discretization is described. The basis of the subspace is formed by using [...]

  • L. Crivelli, S. Idelsohn
    Int. J. Numer. Meth. Engng. (1986). Vol. 23 (1), pp. 99-119

    Abstract
    A finite element procedure for solving multidimensional phase change problems is described. The algorithm combines a temperature formulation with a finite element treatment [...]

  • G. Sander, S. Idelsohn
    Int. J. Numer. Meth. Engng. (1982). Vol. 18 (3), pp. 363-380

    Abstract
    The problem related to the derivation of conforming deep shell finite elements is examined in the light of the thin shell theory and using the classical Loves strain energy [...]

  • Comput. Methods Appl. Mech. Engrg., (2017). Vol. 326, pp. 739-756

    Abstract
    Problems characterised by steep moving gradients are challenging for any numerical technique and even more for the successful formulation of Reduced Order Models (ROMs). [...]

  • S. Idelsohn, J. Gimenez, J. Marti, N. Nigro
    Comput. Methods Appl. Mech. Engrg., (2017). Vol. 313, pp. 535-559

    Abstract
    This paper presents a finite element that incorporates weak, strong and both weak plus strong discontinuities with linear interpolations of the unknown [...]

  • 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 [...]

  • Comput. Methods Appl. Mech. Engrg., (2015). Vol. 291; pp. 173-196

    Abstract
    In this work the Reduced-Order Subscales for Proper Orthogonal Decomposition models are presented. The basic idea consists in splitting the full-order solution into the part [...]

  • Comput. Methods Appl. Mech. Engrg., (2014). Vol. 274, pp. 237-263

    Abstract
    The simulation of engineering problems is quite often a complex task that can be time consuming. In this context, the use of Hyper Reduced Order Models (HROMs) is a promising [...]

  • Comput. Methods Appl. Mech. Engrg., (2013). Vol. 267, pp. 23-42

    Abstract
    In this work, a domain decomposition strategy for non-linear hyper-reduced-order models is presented. The basic idea consists of restricting the reduced-order basis functions [...]

  • A. Limache, R. Sánchez, L. Dalcín, S. Idelsohn
    Comput. Methods Appl. Mech. Engrg., (2008). Vol. 197 (49–50), pp. 4180-4192

    Abstract
    Laplace formulations are weak formulations of the Navier–Stokes equations commonly used in computational fluid dynamics. In these schemes, the viscous terms are given [...]

  • N. Calvo, S. Idelsohn
    Comput. Methods Appl. Mech. Engrg., (2000). Vol. 182 (3–4), pp. 371-378

    Abstract
    The domain geometry is defined by means of a closed all-quadrilateral mesh. The outer mesh imposes very strong restrictions on the possible connectivities between the inner [...]

  • Comput. Methods Appl. Mech. Engrg., (2000). Vol. 182 (3–4), pp. 483-498

    Abstract
    A general methodology for developing absorbing boundary conditions is presented. For planar surfaces, it is based on a straightforward solution of the system of block difference [...]

  • N. Nigro, M. Storti, S. Idelsohn, T. Tezduyar
    Comput. Methods Appl. Mech. Engrg., (1998). Vol. 154 (3–4), pp. 203-228

    Abstract
    This paper presents the implementation of a local physics preconditioning mass matrix [8] for an unified approach of 3D compressible and incompressible Navier-Stokes equations [...]

  • Comput. Methods Appl. Mech. Engrg., (1997). Vol. 143 (3–4), pp. 317-331

    Abstract
    In this paper we present a new SUPG formulation for compressible and near incompressible Navier-Stokes equations [5]. It introduces an extension of the exact solution for [...]

  • Comput. Methods Appl. Mech. Engrg., (1996). Vol. 136 (1–2), pp. 27-46

    Abstract
    In this work we present a new method called (SU + C)PG to solve advection-reaction-diffusion scalar equations by the Finite Element Method (FEM). The SUPG (for Streamline [...]

  • Comput. Methods Appl. Mech. Engrg., (1995). Vol. 124 (3), pp. 231-252

    Abstract
    Solving large systems of equations from CFD problems by the explicit pseudo-temporal scheme requires a very low amount of memory and is highly parallelizable, but the CPU [...]

  • C. Baumann, M. Storti, S. Idelsohn
    Comput. Methods Appl. Mech. Engrg., (1992). Vol. 95 (1), pp. 49-70

    Abstract
    This paper is both the description of a streamline-upwind/Petrov-Galerkin (SUPG) formulation and the documentation of the development of a code for the finite element solution [...]

  • Comput. Methods Appl. Mech. Engrg., (1991). Vol. 93(1), pp. 13-30

    Abstract
    Multigrid and adaptive refinement techniques are powerful tools in the resolution of problems arising from computational mechanics. In structured grids the number of numerical [...]

  • M. Storti, L. Crivelli, S. Idelsohn
    Comput. Methods Appl. Mech. Engrg., (1988). Vol. 66(1), pp. 65-86

    Abstract
    Using weak formulations and finite elements to solve heat-conduction problems with phase change finally leads to the solution, at each time step, of a nonlinear system of [...]

  • Comput. Methods Appl. Mech. Engrg., (1985). Vol. 49(3), pp. 253-279

    Abstract
    A computational algorithm for predicting the nonlinear dynamic response of a structure is presented. The nonlinear system of ordinary differential equations resulting from [...]

  • S. Idelsohn, G. Laschet, C. Nyssen
    Comput. Methods Appl. Mech. Engrg., (1982). Vol. 30 (2), pp. 133-149

    Abstract
    An isoparametric finite element tor the analysis of multi-layer composite materials is presented. Several linear and nonlinear stress-strain relations are discussed. Special [...]

  • Comput. Methods Appl. Mech. Engrg., (1981). Vol. 26 (3), pp. 321-330

    Abstract
    This paper is confined to the study of thin shells. The aim is to summarize the different theories used and to examine the assumptions upon which each of them is based. The [...]

  • J. Oliver, E. Oñate
    Revista de Obras Públicas (1983). Vol. 130 (3218), pp. 747-763

    Abstract
    La ejecución de emisarios submarinos para saneamiento y la instalación de tuberías para transporte de productos petrolíferos son ejemplos de la [...]

  • F. Zarate, N. Zarate
    Revista Mexicana de Métodos Numéricos (2019). Vol. 3, 1

    Abstract
    This paper describes how to obtain a two-dimensional element of three nodes from a prismatic solid element of six nodes, assuming that the normal voltage to the triangular [...]

  • Collection of documents for the dissemination of the experiment "HPC-enabled system for enhanced seakeeping and station-keeping design (HPC-SHEAKS)" (2019). 5

    Abstract
    Compass IS is a consulting services company specialized in engineering design, as well as in development of software for engineering analysis and information management in [...]

  • Collection of documents for the dissemination of the experiment "HPC-enabled system for enhanced seakeeping and station-keeping design (HPC-SHEAKS)" (2019). 6

    Abstract
    Presentation made during the DIH2018 Annual Event that took place in Warsaw, from November 27 to 28, 2018. During the DIH2018 Annual Event, Compass IS has been honored the [...]

  • Collection of documents for the dissemination of the experiment "HPC-enabled system for enhanced seakeeping and station-keeping design (HPC-SHEAKS)" (2019). 2

    Abstract
    Seakeeping is the study of a ship or marine structure that is subject to the action of waves. WAVEC is a private non-profit association active in applied research and consulting. [...]

  • Collection of documents for the dissemination of the experiment "HPC-enabled system for enhanced seakeeping and station-keeping design (HPC-SHEAKS)" (2019). 1

    Abstract
    Presentation of the "HPC-SHEAKS" experiment during the kick-off meeting which took place on July 2015, in the frame of the Fortissimo Forum in Amsterdam. The Forum [...]

  • Collection of documents for the dissemination of the experiment "HPC-enabled system for enhanced seakeeping and station-keeping design (HPC-SHEAKS)" (2019). 4

    Abstract
    SeaFEM is a suite of tools for the computational analysis of the effect of waves, wind and currents on naval and offshore structures, as well as for maneuvering studies. SeaFEM [...]

  • Collection of documents for the dissemination of the experiment "HPC-enabled system for enhanced seakeeping and station-keeping design (HPC-SHEAKS)" (2019). 3

    Abstract
    The ultimate goal of the "HPC-enabled system for enhanced seakeeping and station-keeping design" (HPC-SHEAKS) experiment was the efficient and easy-to-use integration [...]

  • E. Soudah, R. López, M. Bordone, E. Oñate
    Monograph CIMNE (2008). M108

    Abstract
    The two main lines of medical research in this project are vascular anatomy (large vessels around the heart, coronaries and peripheral arteries) and heart chambers. Geometric [...]

  • D. Linero, J. Oliver, A. Huespe
    Monograph CIMNE (2007). M106

    Abstract
    In this work a two-dimensional formulation describing the fracture process in reinforced concrete is developed, implemented and validated. The cracks in the material are [...]

  • S. Blanco, J. Oliver, A. Huespe
    Monograph CIMNE (2007). M105

    Abstract
    Esta monografía presenta una reformulación de la metodología de discontinuidades fuertes de continuo para la simulación numérica del fallo [...]

  • H. Lynga, E. Oñate
    Monograph CIMNE (2007). M104

    Abstract
    The main objective of this monograph is to develop a stabilized finite element method (FEM) for solving the incompressible Navier-Stokes equations. Using Finite Calculus [...]

  • R. Morán, E. Oñate, J. Miquel
    Monograph CIMNE (2007). M103

    Abstract
    En este trabajo se han dedicado cinco capítulos a la exposición y discretización de un modelo clásico no lineal de viga Cosserat por medio del [...]

  • R. Clemente, M. Cervera, P. Roca
    Monograph CIMNE (2007). M102

    Abstract
    En este trabajo se plantea un objetivo principal: formular un modelo numérico capaz de estudiar el comportamiento estructural de edificios históricos de obra [...]