• J. Cardenas, E. Inga
    Enfoque UTE - Scientific Engineering Journal (2020). Vol. 11, (1), 26

    Abstract
    Nowadays, Higher Education Institutions (HEI) need to be more inclusive from the methodological vision appropriate used in the classroom. Visual impairment students (VIS) [...]

  • H. Facchini, S. Pérez, A. Dantiacq, F. Hidalgo
    Enfoque UTE - Scientific Engineering Journal (2020). Vol. 11, (1), 24

    Abstract
    Currently, there is a significant change in data traffic on networks, both local and Internet, across the spectrum of possible customers, whether fixed or mobile. The consumption [...]

  • C. Challiol, F. Borrelli, F. Goin Plexevi, C. Rouaux Servat, F. Mendiburu, E. Gomez-Torres, S. Gordillo
    Enfoque UTE - Scientific Engineering Journal (2020). Vol. 11, (1), 22

    Abstract
    The contribution of this paper is to explore how in-situ co-design of indoor spaces (e.g. building) of Location-based Mobile Games could be handle, by describing the learned [...]

  • W. Quitiaquez, I. Simbaña, C. Isaza-Roldán, P. Quitiaquez, C. Nieto-Londoño, F. Toapanta-Ramos
    Enfoque UTE - Scientific Engineering Journal (2020). Vol. 11, (2), 20

    Abstract
    The investigation purpose is to elaborate a detailed review about previous published investigations with direct-expansion solar-assisted heat pumps (DX-SAHP) used for water [...]

  • V. Muñoz Paz, V. Longa Cuayla, A. Carreño Arispe, J. Aguilar Franco
    Enfoque UTE - Scientific Engineering Journal (2020). Vol. 11, (2), 18

    Abstract
    In this project a treatment system for the effluents of a leather tanning process was designed. This system was evaluated based on laboratory tests to ensure its viability, [...]

  • M. Navarrete Párraga, S. Zambrano Marcillo, W. Zambrano Sabando, M. Romero Pizarro, M. Racines Jaramillo, E. Paredes Puga, L. Quintero Roman, D. Ortega Cedillo
    Enfoque UTE - Scientific Engineering Journal (2020). Vol. 11, (2), 16

    Abstract
    This work was performed in the oil extraction laboratory of the African Palm Program, of the Experimental Station “Santo Domingo” of the INIAP. The main objective was [...]

  • R. Moreira Macías, H. Rodríguez, E. Héctor-Ardisana, C. Feicán-Mejía, S. Mestanza Velasco, W. Viera Arroyo
    Enfoque UTE - Scientific Engineering Journal (2020). Vol. 11, (2), 14

    Abstract
    Soursop (Annona muricata L.) germplasm, from the central region of the Ecuadorian littoral, has diverse phenotypic characteristics, which have been little studied. The main [...]

  • J. Proaño Bastidas, E. Rivadeneira, P. Moncayo, E. Mosquera
    Enfoque UTE - Scientific Engineering Journal (2020). Vol. 11, (1), 12

    Abstract
    The work documented in this essay is focused on harnessing the properties of Passion fruit seeds Passiflora edulis f.flavicarpa Deg to achieve the design of a cosmetic product: [...]

  • M. Iza, P. Viteri, M. Hinojosa, A. Martínez, A. Sotomayor Correa, W. Viera
    Enfoque UTE - Scientific Engineering Journal (2020). Vol. 11, (2), 10

    Abstract
    The genus Rubus is one of the most diverse in terms of morphology and genetics, presenting a wide spectrum of wild and cultivated species that are desired by their edible [...]

  • M. Acosta Ruales, W. Viera, T. Jackson, W. Vásquez Castillo
    Enfoque UTE - Scientific Engineering Journal (2020). Vol. 11, (2), 8

    Abstract
    The Andean blackberry crop (Rubus glaucus) is very important for the farmers, since they must implement cultural practices that allow reducing the use of synthetic pesticides. [...]

  • E. Cañarte-Bermúdez, B. Navarrete-Cedeño, S. Montero-Cedeño, H. Arredondo-Bernal, O. Chávez-López, N. Bautista-Martínez
    Enfoque UTE - Scientific Engineering Journal (2020). Vol. 11, (2), 6

    Abstract
    Efficacy of neem on Citrus Leafminer (CLM) and effect on its parasitoid Ageniaspis citricola was evaluated, using field, cage and olfactometer tests. Treatments were: aqueous [...]

  • J. Leguísamo Milla, E. Llanes Cedeño, J. Rocha Hoyos
    Enfoque UTE - Scientific Engineering Journal (2020). Vol. 11, (1), 4

    Abstract
    This article presents the results of the impact of ecodriving on fuel consumption and the emission factors of polluting gases from a gasoline vehicle when performing road [...]

  • E. Chamba, E. Llanes, A. Cardenas, W. Vega, J. Rocha
    Enfoque UTE - Scientific Engineering Journal (2020). Vol. 11, (1), 2

    Abstract
    There is a wide variety of materials with various properties available for designers to meet different design requirements. The objective of this study was to evaluate the [...]

  • E. Alonso, A. Gens, A. Lloret
    Geotechnique (2000). Vol. 50 (6), pp. 645-656

    Abstract
    A large water treatment plant is to be built on soft deltaic deposits. Precompression has been selected as the method for achieving the required ground improvement. An instrumented [...]

  • J. Vanuat, J. Cante, A. LEDESMA, A. Gens
    International Journal of Plasticity (2000). Vol. 16, pp. 121-141

    Abstract
    Two stress fields, combination of total stresses, liquid pressure and gas pressure have to be considered to explain the deformational behaviour of unsaturated media. Elastoplastic [...]

  • S. Olivella, A. Gens
    Transport in Porous Media (2000). Vol. 40 (2), pp. 219-241

    Abstract
    A discussion of water phase change in unsaturated soils that develop capillary effects is first carried out in the paper. A distinction between the GR (geothermal reservoir) [...]

  • E. Alonso, J. Vaunat, A. Gens
    Engineering Geology (1999). Vol. 54 (1-2), pp. 117-127

    Abstract
    Three classes of experiments are considered in this paper to provide information for two artificially prepared Boom clay fabrics: mercury intrusion/extrusion tests; main wetting/drying [...]

  • E. Alonso, J. Vaunat, A. Gens
    Engineering Geology (1999). Vol. 54 (1-2), pp. 173-183

    Abstract
    A simple formalism is presented to model the behaviour of expansive clays. Two levels of structure are considered. The behaviour of the macrostructure follows the model developed [...]

  • A. Gens, A. García-Molina, S. Olivella, E. Alonso, F. Huertas
    International Journal for Numerical and Analytical Methods in Geomechanics (1998). Vol. 22 (7), pp. 515-548

    Abstract
    Coupled thermo‐hydro‐mechanical (THM) analyses have been used to examine the interacting phenomena associated with the simultaneous heating and hydration of an engineered [...]

  • S. Olivella, J. Carrera, A. Gens, E. Alonso
    Transport in Porous Media (1996). Vol. 25 (1), pp. 1-25

    Abstract
    We present a theoretical-numerical investigation of porosity variations induced by temperature gradients in unsaturated saline media. It is known that temperature variations [...]

  • E. Alonso, A. Lloret, C. Delahaye, A. Gens, G. Volckaert
    International Journal for Numerical and Analytical Methods in Geomechanics (1998). Vol. 1 (1), pp. 10-25

    Abstract
    BACCHUS2 in situ isothermal wetting experiment has been analysed by means of a coupled flow-deformation approach. Backfill material, a mixture of Boom clay powder and high [...]

  • E. Alonso, I. Carol, C. Delahaye, A. Gens, P. Prat
    International Journal of Rock Mechanics and Mining Sciences & Geomechanics Abstracts (1996). Vol. 33 (5), pp. 513-537

    Abstract
    Safety factors for kinematically admissible failure mechanisms in jointed rock masses have been defined with linear and nonlinear failure criteria for rock discontinuities. [...]

  • A. LEDESMA, A. Gens, E. Alonso
    Computers and Geotechnics (1996). Vol. 18 (2), pp. 1-27

    Abstract
    The estimation of soil and rock parameters based on field instrumentation data is a common procedure in geomechanics. The use of system identification and optimization [...]

  • A. Gens, A. Ledesma, E. Alonso
    Computers and Geotechnics (1996). Vol. 18 (1), pp. 29-46

    Abstract
    A general statistical framework to perform backanalysis in geotechnical problems from field instrumentation has been presented in a companion paper. Here, an application [...]

  • E. Alonso, A. Lloret, A. Gens, C. Delahaye, J. Facio
    Boletin de la Sociedad Española de Mecánica de Suelos y Cimentaciones (1996). Vol. 121, pp. 3-7

    Abstract
    Se han investigado, mediante ensayos de laboratorio, las características de hidratación de mezclas expansivas constituídas por una matriz de polvo arcilloso [...]

  • A. LEDESMA, A. Gens, E. Alonso
    International Journal for Numerical and Analytical Methods in Geomechanics (1996). Vol. 20 (2), pp. 119-141

    Abstract
    A probabilistic framework to perform inverse analysis of geotechnical problems is presented. The formulation allows the incorporation of existing prior information on the [...]

  • E. Alonso, S. Olivella, A. Gens, J. Carrera
    Transport in Porous Media (1994). Vol. 15 (3), pp. 87-112

    Abstract
    Presents numerical aspects of the program CODE_BRIGHT, which is a simulator for COupled DEformation, BRIne, Gas and Heat transport problems. It solves the equations [...]

  • S. Olivella, J. Carrera, A. Gens, E. Alonso
    Transport in Porous Media (1994). Vol. 15 (3), pp. 271-293

    Abstract
    We propose a general formulation for nonisothermal multiphase flow of brine and gas through saline media. The balance equations include mass balance (three species), equilibrium [...]

  • E. Alonso, A. Gens, A. Lloret
    Géotechnique (1993). Vol. 43 (4), pp. 507-521

    Abstract
    A large landslide in Cretaceous limestone and marl formations, reactivated by quarry excavations, has been stabilized by weight-transfer procedures designed by using a conventional [...]

  • E. Alonso, A. Gens, A. Josa
    Boletin de la Sociedad Española de Mecánica de Suelos y Cimentaciones (1993). Vol. 109, pp. 3-28

    Abstract
    En este artículo se presenta un modelo elastoplástico para describir el comportamiento tenso-deforma­cional de los suelos no saturados. La formulación [...]

  • A. Gens, E. Alonso
    Canadian Geotechnical Journal (1992). Vol. 29 (6), pp. 761-773

    Abstract
    The paper presents a framework for describing the mechanical behaviour of unsaturated expansive clays. It is an extension of an existing formulation developed for unsaturated [...]

  • A. Lloret, E. Alonso, A. Gens
    Boletin de la Sociedad Española de Mecánica de Suelos y Cimentaciones (1992). Vol. 105, pp. 2-8

    Abstract
    La realización de dos pruebas de carga a escala real sobre dos pares de columnas de «jet-grouting», ha proporcionado una interesante oportunidad para constatar [...]

  • E. Alonso, A. Gens, A. Josa
    Geotechnique (1990). Vol. 40 (3), pp. 405-430

    Abstract
    The Paper presents a constitutive model for describing the stress-strain behaviour of partially saturated soils. The model is formulated within the framework of hardening [...]

  • A. Ledesma, E. Alonso, A. Gens
    Ingeniería Civil (Madrid) (1990). Vol. 76, pp. 49-56

    Abstract
    El artículo presenta una formulación probabilística del problema del análisis retrospectivo, basado en un criterio de máxima verosimilitud. [...]

  • A. Gens, I. Carol, E. Alonso
    Computers and Geotechnics (1990). Vol. 9 (1-2), pp. 3-20

    Abstract
    An elastoplastic constitutive law for describing the three-dimensional mechanical behaviour of rock joints is presented. The model is intended for use in numerical analysis [...]

  • E. Alonso, A. Lloret, A. Gens, F. Batlle
    Boletin de la Sociedad Española de Mecánica de Suelos y Cimentaciones (1989). Vol. 1 (95), pp. 3-10

    Abstract
    El examen de ensayos de hinchamiento en laboratorio sugiere la existencia de dos etapas en las curvas expansión-tiempo. El primer mecanismo, de tipo «primario», [...]

  • A. Gens, I. Carol, E. Alonso
    Computers and Geotechnics (1989). Vol. 7 (1-2), pp. 133-151

    Abstract
    The formulation of a family interface elements belonging to the zero-thickness class is briefly described. The formulation is isoparametric and can be applied to 2-D and [...]

  • Collection title not available (2020). 1

    Abstract
    We present a local formulation for 2D Discrete Exterior Calculus (DEC) similar to that of the Finite Element Method (FEM), which allows a natural treatment of material heterogeneity [...]

  • (2015). Dam Protections against Overtopping and Accidental Leakage, Ed: CRC Press, 287 p.

    Abstract
    The hydraulic performance of a labyrinth weir was analysed using numerical simulation. The head-discharge relation was compared to the results of an empirical formula, and [...]

  • (2015). Dam Protections against Overtopping and Accidental Leakage, Ed: CRC Press, 245 p.

    Abstract
    Spillways with highly-converging chutes are a non-conventional kind of spillway in which the length of the crest is greater than the width of the stilling basin. A pair of [...]

  • (2015). Dam Protections against Overtopping and Accidental Leakage, Ed: CRC Press, 193 p.

    Abstract
    The technology of Wedge Shaped Blocks (WSB) for spillways had a slow development through decades but has proven its practical reliability. Ongoing additional research [...]

  • J. Mauro, F. Salazar, M. Toledo, F. Caballero, C. Ponce.Farfan, T. Ramos
    Ingeniería del Agua (2016). Vol. 20 (3), pp. 127-138

    Abstract
    In order to comply with the new safety regulations a significant number of Spanish dam spillways must be upgraded. In this scenario and with the aim of increasing the discharge [...]

  • D. Vicente, J. San Mauro, F. Salazar, C. Baena
    Mathematical Problems in Engineering (2017). Vol. 2017

    Abstract
    The construction of double-curvature arch dams is an attractive solution from an economic viewpoint due to the reduced volume of concrete necessary for their construction [...]

  • J. Lezcano-Valverde, F. Salazar, L. León, E. Toledano, J. Jover, B. Fernandez-Gutierrez, E. Soudah, I. González-Álvaro, L. Abasolo, L. Rodríguez-Rodríguez
    Scientific Reports (2017). Vol. 7 (1), p. 10189

    Abstract
    We developed and independently validated a rheumatoid arthritis (RA) mortality prediction model using the machine learning method Random Survival Forests (RSF). Two [...]

  • D. Vicente, L. Rodríguez-Sinobas, F. Salazar, L. Garrote
    Geophysical Research Abstracts (2019). Vol. 21, p.1

    Abstract
    Water balances have been identified as an effective tool for assessing the amount of water and its availability in a region. In particular, the System of Environmental-Economic [...]

  • M. Hariri-Ardebili, F. Salazar
    Soft Computing (2019).

    Abstract
    Due to complex nature of nearly all infrastructures (and more specifically concrete dams), the uncertainty quantification is an inseparable part of risk assessment. [...]

  • F. Salazar, B. Crookston
    Water (2019). Vol. 11 (3), p. 544

    Abstract
    Labyrinth weirs provide an economic option for flow control structures in a variety of applications, including as spillways at dams. The cycles of labyrinth weirs are typically [...]

  • G. Vilalta, J. Vilalta, E. Soudah, F. Nieto, L. Lipsa, M. Pérez, B. López, C. Vaquero
    Journal of Mechanics in Medicine and Biology (2017). Vol. 17 (4), pp. 1-23

    Abstract
    The morphometry of the abdominal aortic aneurysms (AAA) it has been recognized as one of the main factors that may predispose its rupture. The variation of the AAA morphometry, [...]

  • C. Vaquero, L. Río, E. Norberto, N. Cenizo, J. Brizuela, M. Martín, G. Vilalta, J. Vilalta, F. Nieto, M. Pérez, E. Soudah, L. Lipsa, J. Montes
    Revista Española de Investigaciones quirúrgicas (2016). Vol. 19 (4), pp. 153-156 (Preprint)

    Abstract
    Angulation in different planes of the neck of abdominal aortic aneurysms may be considered a limiting factor in the implantation of different prostheses in the treatment of [...]

  • C. Vaquero, G. Vilalta, J. Vilalta, F. Nieto, M. Pérez, E. , E. Soudah, L. Lipsa, L. Río, E. Norberto, N. Cenizo, J. Brizuela, M. Martín, J. Montes
    Revista Iberoaméricana de Cirugía Vascular (2016). Vol. 4 (4), pp. 184-189 (Preprint)

    Abstract
    Recently, fenestrated, branched and stent grafts have been developed in order to treat endovascular aneurysmal pathology at the level of the aorta in the emergence of the [...]

  • E. Soudah, J. Casacuberta, P. Gámez-Montero, G. Raush, R. Castilla
    Journal of Mechanics in Medicine and Biology (2016). Vol. 17 (3), pp. 1-16 (Preprint)

    Abstract
    Company In the last few years, wall shear stress (WSS) has arisen as a new diagnostic indicator in patients with arterial disease. There is a substantial evidence that the [...]

  • E. Soudah, J. Rodríguez, R. López
    Journal of Mechanics in Medicine and Biology (2015). Vol. 15 (3), p. 1550029

    Abstract
    Combination of numerical modeling and artificial intelligence (AI) in bioengineering processes are a promising pathway for the further development of bioengineering [...]

  • G. Gavidia, E. Soudah, M. Cerrolaza, M. Martín
    Biomedical engineering: applications, basis and communications (2014). Vol. 26 (1), pp. 1-21

    Abstract
    Geometric models of human body organs are obtained from imaging techniques like computed tomography (CT) and magnetic resonance image (MRI) that oallow an accurate visualization [...]

  • E. Soudah, E. Kwee, T. Loong, M. Bordone, U. Pua, S. Narayanan
    Computational and Mathematical Methods in Medicine (2013). Vol. 2013 (472564), pp. 1-9

    Abstract
    The objective of this study is to find a correlation between the abdominal aortic aneurysm (AAA) geometric parameters, wall stress shear (WSS), abdominal flow patterns, [...]

  • G. Vilalta, E. Soudah, J. Vilalta, F. Nieto, M. Bordone, M. Pérez, C. Vaquero
    Journal of Biomechanics (2012). Vol. 45 (S1), p.S37

    Abstract
    Recent findings have shown that maximum diameter of abdominal aortic aneurysm (AAA) and its growth rate are not entirely reliable indicators of rupture potential. The [...]

  • J. Marti, P. Ryzhakov
    Computational Particle Mechanics (2020). Vol. 7 (1), pp. 57-69

    Abstract
    A semi-explicit Lagrangian scheme for the simulation of thermally coupled incompressible flow problems is presented. The model relies on combining an explicit multi-step solver [...]

  • International journal for numerical methods in biomedical engineering (2019). Vol. 35 (11), pp. e3239;1-e3239:21

    Abstract
    In the present work, we perform numerical simulations of the fluid flow in type B aortic dissection (AD), accounting for the flexibility of the intimal flap. The interaction [...]

  • P. Ryzhakov, J. Marti
    Computer Methods in Applied Mechanics and Engineering (2019). Vol. 350, pp. 750-765

    Abstract
    In this paper an efficient mesh-moving Finite Element model for the simulation of the incompressible flow problems is proposed. The model is based on a combination of the [...]

  • P. Ryzhakov, J. Marti
    Applied Sciences (2018). Vol. 8, pp. 1-14

    Abstract
    The fractional step method is a technique that results in a computationally-efficient implementation of Navier–Stokes solvers. In the finite element-based models, it [...]

  • P. Ryzhakov, A. Jarauta
    International journal for numerical methods in fluids (2015). Vol. 81 (6), pp. 357-376 (Preprint)

    Abstract
    An embedded formulation for the simulation of immiscible multi-fluid problems is proposed. The method is particularly designed for handling gas-liquid systems. Gas and liquid [...]

  • Mecánica Computacional (2004). Vol. 23 (30), pp. 3273-3291

    Abstract
    Se investiga en el presente trabajo la influencia de los distintos parámetros que definen la aproximación local en el Método de Puntos Finitos y su relación [...]

  • E. Ortega, C. Sacco
    Mecánica Computacional (2003). Vol. 22 (2), pp. 162-176

    Abstract
    El trabajo desarrollado consiste en la resolución numérica de las ecuaciones de flujo bidimensional, compresible y no viscoso; mediante el Método de Puntos [...]

  • B. Llacay, G. Peffer
    Algorithmic Finance (2019). Vol. 8 (1-2), pp. 5-26

    Abstract
    In the last two decades, the hedge fund sector has experienced a spectacular growth, up to the point that it is currently estimated to move more than 50% of the daily volume [...]

  • B. Llacay, G. Peffer
    Journal of Artificial Societies and Social Simulation (2019). Vol. 22 (1), pp. 1-35

    Abstract
    The financial system is inherently procyclical, as it amplifies the course of economic cycles, and precisely one of the factors that has been suggested to exacerbate this [...]

  • B. Llacay, G. Peffer
    Computational and MAthematical Organization Theory (2018). Vol. 24 (3), pp. 308-350

    Abstract
    The use of agent-based models (ABMs) has increased in the last years to simulate social systems and, in particular, financial markets. ABMs of financial markets are usually [...]

  • B. Llacay, G. Peffer
    Journal of Economic Dynamics and Control (2017). Vol. 82, pp. 223-256

    Abstract
    Financial institutions around the world use value-at-risk (VaR) models to manage their market risk and calculate their capital requirements under Basel Accords. [...]

  • G. Peffer, B. Llacay
    Journal of Artificial Societies and Social Simulation (2007). Vol. 10 (2), p. 6

    Abstract
    The trading and investment decision processes in financial markets become ever more dependent on the use of valuation and risk models. In the case of risk management for instance, [...]

  • B. Llacay, G. Peffer
    Quaderns de Política Econòmica (2005). Vol. 10, pp. 30-49

    Abstract
    En los últimos años ha habido un gran número de crisis financieras con graves efectos en la economía de los países afectados. Para evitar [...]

  • Y. Bazilevs, G. Moutsanidis, J. Bueno, K. Kamran, D. Kamensky, M. Hillman, H. Gómez, J. Chen
    Computational Mechanics (2017). Vol. 60 (1), pp. 101-116

    Abstract
    In this two-part paper we begin the development of a new class of methods for modeling fluid–structure interaction (FSI) phenomena for air blast. We aim to develop [...]

  • M. Davari, R. Rossi, P. Dadvand, I. López, R. Wüchner
    Computational Mechanics (2019). Vol. 63 (5), pp. 821-833 (Preprint)

    Abstract
    Potential flow solvers represent an appealing alternative for the simulation of non-viscous subsonic flows. In order to deliver accurate results, such techniques require prescribing [...]

  • D. Baumgärtner, J. Wolf, R. Rossi, P. Dadvand, R. Wüchner
    Advanced modeling and simularion in engineering sciences (2018). Vol. 5 (1), pp. 1-40

    Abstract
    The paper presents a robust algorithm, which allows to implicitly describe and track immersed geometries within a background mesh. The background mesh is assumed to be unstructured [...]

  • M. Davari, R. Rossi, P. Dadvand
    Computational Mechanics (2017). Vol. 59 (6), pp. 1003-1030 (Preprint)

    Abstract
    The present paper explores the solution of a heat conduction problem considering discontinuities embedded within the mesh and aligned at arbitrary angles with respect to the [...]

  • J. Mora, R. Otín, P. Dadvand, E. Escolano, M. Pasenau, E. Oñate
    COMPEL: the international journal for computation and mathematics in electrical and electronic engineering (2006). Vol. 25 (3), pp. 551-564

    Abstract
    Purpose The aim of the paper is to propose three computer tools to create electromagnetic simulation programs: GiD, Kratos and EMANT. Design/methodology/approach The [...]

  • N. Lantada, M. Carreño, N. Jaramillo
    International Journal of Disaster Risk Reduction (2020). Vol. 42, pp. 101342:1-101342:17

    Abstract
    Risk management due to natural hazards is a multidimensional and complex problem since it requires the knowledge and experience of several disciplines. The effectiveness of [...]

  • M. Hernández, M. Carreño, L. Castillo
    International Journal of Disaster Risk Reduction (2018). Vol. 31, pp. 926-937

    Abstract
    Mexico is recognized worldwide for the extension of its coastlines and its tourist exploitation. Quintana Roo is one of the Mexican states, which has a shoreline of approximately [...]

  • O. Cardona, M. Ordaz, M. Salgado, A. Barbat, M. Carreño
    Natural hazards (2018). Vol. 93 (Supplement 1), pp. 113-125

    Abstract
    Among the activities developed under the framework of the Global Earthquake Model, the development of a global consequences database was included. This was defined with the [...]

  • N. Jaramillo, M. Carreño, N. Lantada
    International Journal of Disaster Risk Reduction (2016). Vol. 17, pp. 185-198 (Preprint)

    Abstract
    Usually the seismic risk evaluation involves only the estimation of the expected physical damage, casualties or economic losses. This article corresponds to a holistic approach [...]

  • M. Marulanda, M. Carreño, O. Cardona, A. Barbat
    Bulletin of the polutechnic institute of jassy (2012). Vol. LVIII (2), pp. 9-25

    Abstract
    The Comprehensive Approach for Probabilistic Risk Assessment (CAPRA), is a robust methodology for modeling risk which allows identifying the most important aspects of catastrophes. [...]

  • M. Carreño, N. Lantada, J. Padilla, J. Valcárcel, A. Barbat, X. Suriñach
    Física de la Tierra (2012). Vol. 24, pp. 289-314

    Abstract
    Después de ocurrido el terremoto de Lorca, el 11 de mayo de 2011, el Institut Geològic de Catalunya (IGC), la Universidad Politécnica de Cataluña [...]

  • S. Parada, J. Baiges, R. Codina
    Computers and Fluids (2020). Vol. 197, pp. 104374:1-104374:17

    Abstract
    In this work we consider the approximation of the isentropic Navier–Stokes equations. The model we present is capable of taking into account acoustic and flow [...]

  • A. Aguirre, E. Castillo, M. Cruchaga, R. Codina, J. Baiges
    International Journal for Numerical Methods in Engineering (2019). Vol. 145, pp. 106022-1/106022-17

    Abstract
    In this work, a variational multiscale (VMS) finite element formulation is used to approximate numerically the natural convection in square cavity with differentially heated [...]

  • E. Castillo, M. Cruchaga, J. Baiges, J. Flores
    Computational Mechanics (2019). Vol. 63 (5), pp. 985-998 (Preprint)

    Abstract
    We report in this work a numerical analysis of the sloshing of a squared tank partially filled with a domestic vegetable oil. The tank is subject to controlled motions with [...]

  • R. Tavares, F. Otero, J. Baiges, A. Turon, P. Camanho
    Computational Materials Science (2019). Vol. 160, pp. 42-52

    Abstract
    A spring element model that takes into account the dynamic effects associated with fibre failure in composite materials is presented. The model is implemented in a parallel [...]

  • J. Baiges, J. Martínez-Frutos, D. Herrero-Pérez, F. Otero, A. Ferrer
    Computer Methods in Applied Mechanics and Engineering (2019). Vol. 343, pp. 186-206

    Abstract
    Topology optimization under uncertainty of large-scale continuum structures is a computational challenge due to the combination of large finite element models [...]

  • J. Baiges, C. Bayona
    SIAM journal on scientific computing (2017). Vol. 39 (2), pp. C65-C95 (Preprint)

    Abstract
    In this paper we present a novel algorithm for adaptive mesh refinement in computational physics meshes in a distributed memory parallel setting. The proposed method is developed [...]

  • S. Kollmannsberger, A. Özcan, J. Baiges, M. Ruess, E. Rank, A. Reali
    International Journal for Numerical Methods in Engineering (2015). Vol. 101 (9), pp. 670-699 (Preprint)

    Abstract
    We present a parameter-free domain sewing approach for low-order as well as high-order finite elements. Its final form contains only primal unknowns; that is, the approach [...]

  • E. Neiva, S. Badia, A. Martín, M. Chiumenti
    International Journal for Numerical Methods in Engineering (2019). Vol. 119 (11), pp. 1098-1125

    Abstract
    This work introduces an innovative parallel, fully-distributed finite element framework for growing geometries and its application to metal additive manufacturing. It is well-known [...]

  • S. Badia, A. Martín, M. Olm
    Finite elements in analysis and design (2019). Vol. 161, pp. 16-31

    Abstract
    In this work, we present scalable balancing domain decomposition by constraints methods for linear systems arising from arbitrary order edge finite element discretizations [...]

  • J. Bonilla, S. Badia
    Computer Methods in Applied Mechanics and Engineering (2019). Vol. 354, pp. 422-440

    Abstract
    In this work we propose a nonlinear stabilization technique for convection–diffusion–reaction and pure transport problems discretized with space–time [...]

  • M. Olm, S. Badia, A. Martín
    Advances in Engineering Software (2019). Vol. 132, 74-91

    Abstract
    Edge (or Nédélec) finite elements are theoretically sound and widely used by the computational electromagnetics community. However, its implementation, especially [...]

  • S. Badia, A. Martín, H. Nguyen
    Journal of Scientific Computing (2019). Vol. 79 (2), pp. 718-747

    Abstract
    In this work, we present a new variant of the balancing domain decomposition by constraints preconditioner that is robust for multi-material problems. We start with a well-balanced [...]

  • M. Olm, S. Badia, A. Martín
    Computer Physics Communications (2019). Vol. 237, pp. 154-167

    Abstract
    In this work, we present a parallel, fully-distributed finite element numerical framework to simulate the low-frequency electromagnetic behaviour of superconducting [...]

  • S. Badia, A. Martín, F. Verdugo
    SIAM journal on scientific computing (2018). Vol. 40 (6), B1541-B1576

    Abstract
    In this work, we consider unfitted finite element methods for the numerical approximation of the Stokes problem. It is well-known that these kinds of methods lead to arbitrarily [...]

  • V. Zuluaga, E. Patiño, M. Siáchica, J. Pérez-Agudelo
    Collection of Articles on Pharmacology, Toxicology and Pharmaceutics (2020). 1

    Abstract
    Pharmacology is taught in medical schools in the years of basic science and in the transition to the clinical field, this science is in charge of studying the interactions [...]

  • L. Equihua-Anguiano, M. Álvarez-Cornejo, E. Álvarez-Cornejo
    Revista Mexicana de Métodos Numéricos (2020). Vol. 4, 3

    Abstract
    In practice, tunnels design uses analytical methods and numerical models. The last methods are because tunnels need solutions that provide a high level of security given their [...]

  • Francisco Javier Domínguez Mota's personal collection (2020). 1

    Abstract
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  • S. Badia, F. Verdugo
    Journal of Computational and Applied Mathematics (2018). Vol. 344, pp. 740-759

    Abstract
    Unfitted finite element methods, e.g., extended finite element techniques or the so-called finite cell method, have a great potential for large scale simulations, since [...]

  • S. Badia, M. Olm
    Journal of Computational and Applied Mathematics (2018). Vol. 344, pp. 794-806

    Abstract
    In this work, we propose a parallel-in-time solver for linear and nonlinear ordinary differential equations. The approach is based on an efficient multilevel solver [...]

  • S. Badia, F. Verdugo, A. Martín
    Computer Methods in Applied Mechanics and Engineering (2018). Vol. 336, pp. 533-553

    Abstract
    Unfitted finite element techniques are valuable tools in different applications where the generation of body-fitted meshes is difficult. However, these techniques are prone [...]

  • S. Badia, J. Bonilla, A. Hierro
    Computer Methods in Applied Mechanics and Engineering (2017). Vol. 320, pp. 582-605 (Preprint)

    Abstract
    This work is devoted to the design of interior penalty discontinuous Galerkin (dG) schemes that preserve maximum principles at the discrete level for the steady transport [...]