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    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 [...]

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    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
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    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 [...]

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    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 [...]

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

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

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    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 [...]

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    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, [...]

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    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 [...]

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    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 [...]

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    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 [...]

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

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    Biomedical engineering: applications, basis and communications (2014). Vol. 26 (1), pp. 1-21

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    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 [...]

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    Computational and Mathematical Methods in Medicine (2013). Vol. 2013 (472564), pp. 1-9

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    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, [...]

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    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 [...]

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    Computational Particle Mechanics (2020). Vol. 7 (1), pp. 57-69

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    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 [...]

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    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 [...]

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    Computer Methods in Applied Mechanics and Engineering (2019). Vol. 350, pp. 750-765

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    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 [...]

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    Applied Sciences (2018). Vol. 8, pp. 1-14

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    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 [...]

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    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 [...]

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    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 [...]

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

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    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 [...]

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    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 [...]

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    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 [...]

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

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    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, [...]

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

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    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 [...]

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    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 [...]

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    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 [...]

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    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 [...]

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    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 [...]

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    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 [...]

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    International Journal of Disaster Risk Reduction (2018). Vol. 31, pp. 926-937

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    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 [...]

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    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 [...]

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    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 [...]

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

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    Física de la Tierra (2012). Vol. 24, pp. 289-314

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

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    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 [...]

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

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    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 [...]

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    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 [...]

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    Computer Methods in Applied Mechanics and Engineering (2019). Vol. 343, pp. 186-206

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

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    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 [...]

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    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 [...]

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    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 [...]

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    Revista Mexicana de Métodos Numéricos (2020). Vol. 4, 3

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    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 [...]

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    This is a short test. Draft document.

  • 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 [...]

  • S. Badia, J. Gutiérrez-Santacreu
    Journal of Scientific Computing (2017). Vol. 71 (1), pp. 386-413 (Preprint)

    Abstract
    In this work we prove that weak solutions constructed by a variational multiscale method are suitable in the sense of Scheffer. In order to prove this result, we consider [...]

  • S. Badia, M. Olm
    SIAM journal on scientific computing (2017). Vol. 39 (2), pp. 194-213 (Preprint)

    Abstract
    In this work, we propose two-level space-time domain decomposition preconditioners for parabolic problems discretized using finite elements. They are motivated as an [...]

  • S. Badia, J. Bonilla
    Computer Methods in Applied Mechanics and Engineering (2017). Vol. 313, pp. 133-158 (Preprint)

    Abstract
    In this work, we propose a nonlinear stabilization technique for scalar conservation laws with implicit time stepping. The method relies on an artificial diffusion method, [...]

  • O. Colomés, S. Badia
    Computer Methods in Applied Mechanics and Engineering (2017). Vol. 313, pp. 189-215 (Preprint)

    Abstract
    In this work, we develop a high-performance numerical framework for the large eddy simulation (LES) of incompressible flows. The spatial discretization of the nonlinear system [...]

  • S. Badia, H. Nguyen
    SIAM journal on numerical anaysis (2016). Vol. 54 (6), pp. 3436-3467

    Abstract
    In this paper, we formulate and analyze a perturbed formulation of the balancing domain decomposition by constraints (BDDC) method. We prove that the perturbed BDDC [...]

  • A. Hierro, S. Badia, P. Kus
    Computer Methods in Applied Mechanics and Engineering (2016). Vol. 309, pp. 532-553 (Preprint)

    Abstract
    The aim of this work is to propose an hp-adaptive algorithm for discontinuous Galerkin methods that is capable to detect the discontinuities and sharp layers and avoid the [...]

  • O. Colomés, S. Badia
    International Journal for Numerical Methods in Engineering (2015). Vol. 105 (5), pp. 372-400 (Preprint)

    Abstract
    In this work, we propose Runge-Kutta time integration schemes for the incompressible Navier-Stokes equations with two salient properties. First, velocity and pressure computations [...]

  • S. Smolentsev, S. Badia, R. Bhattacharyay, L. Bühler, L. Chen, Q. Huang, H. Jin, D. Krasnov, D. Lee, E. Valls, C. Mistrangelo, R. Munipalli, M. Ni, D. Pashkevich, A. Patel, G. Pulugundla, P. Satyamurthy, A. Snegirev, V. Sviridov, P. Swain, T. Zhou, O. Zikanov
    Fusion Engineering and Design (2015). Vol. 100 (11/2015), pp. 65-72 (Preprint)

    Abstract
    We propose a new activity on verification and validation (V&V) of MHD codes presently employed by the fusion community as a predictive capability tool for liquid metal [...]

  • S. Badia, A. Hierro
    Computer Methods in Applied Mechanics and Engineering (2015). Vol. 286, pp. 107-122 (Preprint)

    Abstract
    The aim of this work is to propose a monotonicity-preserving method for discontinuous Galerkin (dG) approximations of convection–diffusion problems. To do so, a novel [...]

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    Journal of Computational Physics (2014). Vol. 274, pp. 562-591

    Abstract
    The thermally coupled incompressible inductionless magnetohydrodynamics (MHD) problem models the flow of an electrically charged fluid under the influence of an external electromagnetic [...]

  • S. Badia, J. Gutiérrez-Santacreu
    IMA Journal of Numerical Analysis (2014). Vol. 34 (3), pp. 1193-1221

    Abstract
    Residual-based stabilized finite element (FE) techniques for the Navier-Stokes equations lead to numerical discretizations that provide convection stabilization as well as [...]

  • S. Badia, A. Hierro
    SIAM Journal on Scientific Computing (2014). Vol. 36 (6), pp. A2673-A2697

    Abstract
    The aim of this work is to design monotonicity-preserving stabilized finite element techniques for transport problems as a blend of linear and nonlinear (shock-capturing) [...]

  • S. Badia, J. Baiges
    SIAM journal on scientific computing (2013). Vol. 35 (1), pp. A491-A516 (Preprint)

    Abstract
    In this work we design hybrid continuous-discontinuous finite element spaces that permit discontinuities on nonmatching element interfaces of nonconforming meshes. Then we [...]

  • S. Badia, R. Planas, J. Gutiérrez-Santacreu
    International Journal for Numerical Methods in Engineering (2013). Vol. 93 (3), pp. 302-328

    Abstract
    In this article, we propose different splitting procedures for the transient incompressible magnetohydrodynamics (MHD) system that are unconditionally stable. We consider [...]

  • S. Badia
    Computer Methods in Applied Mechanics and Engineering (2012). Vol. 247-248, pp. 65-72

    Abstract
    In this work we propose a stabilized nite element method that permits us to circumvent discrete inf-sup conditions, e.g. allowing equal order interpolation. The type [...]

  • S. Badia, F. Guillén-González, J. Gutiérrez-Santacreu
    Archives of Computational Methods in Engineering (2011). Vol. 18 (3), pp. 285-313

    Abstract
    The purpose of this work is to provide an overview of the most recent numerical developments in the field of nematic liquid crystals. The Ericksen-Leslie equations govern [...]

  • S. Badia, F. Guillén-González, J. Gutiérrez-Santacreu
    Journal of Computational Physics (2011). Vol. 230 (4), pp. 1686-1706

  • S. Badia, A. Quaini, A. Quarteroni
    Journal of Computational Physics (2009). Vol. 228 (21), pp. 7986-8014

    Abstract
    The interaction between a fluid and a poroelastic structure is a complex problem that couples the Navier–Stokes equations with the Biot system. The finite element [...]

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    Computer Methods in Applied Mechanics and Engineering (2009). Vol. 198 (33-36), pp. 2768-2784

    Abstract
    In this work, we propose a Robin–Robin preconditioner combined with Krylov iterations for the solution of the interface system arising in fluid–structure [...]

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    Computer Methods in Applied Mechanics and Engineering (2008). Vol. 197 (49-50), pp. 4216-4232

    Abstract
    In this article we address the numerical simulation of fluid–structure interaction (FSI) problems featuring large added-mass effect. We analyze different preconditioners [...]

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    Journal of Computational Physics (2008). Vol. 227 (14), pp. 7027-7051

    Abstract
    In this article we design new partitioned procedures for fluid–structure interaction problems, based on Robin-type transmission conditions. The choice of the coefficient [...]

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    Multiscale modeling and simulation (2008). Vol. 7 (1), pp. 381-406

    Abstract
    A mathematical framework for the coupling of atomistic and continuum models by blending them over a subdomain subject to a constraint is developed. Using the framework, [...]

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    SIAM journal on scientific computing (2008). Vol. 30 (4), pp. 1778-1805

    Abstract
    We discuss in this paper the numerical approximation of fluid-structure interaction (FSI) problems dealing with strong added-mass effect. We propose new semi-implicit algorithms [...]

  • J. Fish, M. Nuggehally, M. Shephard, C. Picu, S. Badia, M. Parks, M. Gunzburger
    Computer Methods in Applied Mechanics and Engineering (2007). Vol. 196 (45-48), pp. 4548-4560

    Abstract
        A concurrent atomistic to continuum (AtC) coupling method is presented in this paper. The problem domain is decomposed into an atomistic sub-domain [...]

  • S. Badia, P. Bochev, R. Lehoucq, M. Parks, J. Fish, M. Nuggehally, M. Gunzburger
    International Journal for Multiscale Computational Engineering (2007). Vol. 5 (5), pp. 387-406

    Abstract
    A method for coupling atomistic and continuum models across a subdomain, or bridge region, is presented. Coupling is effected through a force-based blending model. The method [...]

  • J. Martí-Vide, M. Amarilla
    Geomorphology (2014). Vol. 205, pp. 155-136

    Abstract
    The Pilcomayo River flows south-eastwards from the Bolivian Andes across the Chaco Plains, setting the border between Argentina and Paraguay. It flows down along 1000 km, [...]

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    Journal of coastal research (2009). Vol. 2 (SI:56), pp. 1025-1029

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    The generation of nonlinear waves in a numerical wave using first-order wavemaker theory is discussed comparing numerical results with free Surface data from large scale physical [...]

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    Ultraviolet filters (UVFs) are emerging organic compounds found in most water systems. They are constituents of personal care products, as well as industrial ones. The concentration [...]

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    Abstract
    Groundwater is the major source of drinking water in most rural areas in developing countries. This resource is threatened by the potential presence of faecal bacteria coming [...]

  • G. Sole-Mari, D. Bolster, D. Fernàndez-García, X. Sánchez-Vila
    Advances in Water Resources (2019). Vol. 131, pp. 103382:1-103382:13

    Abstract
    The reconstruction of smooth density fields from scattered data points is a procedure that has multiple applications in a variety of disciplines, including Lagrangian (particle-based) [...]

  • N. Perujo, A. Romaní, X. Sánchez-Vila
    Science of the total environmental (2019). Vol. 669, pp. 559-569

    Abstract
    Bioclogging is a main concern in infiltration systems as it may significantly shorten the service life of these low-technology water treatment methods. In porous media, biofilms [...]

  • C. Barba, A. Folch, X. Sánchez-Vila, M. Martínez-Alonso, N. Gaju-Ricart
    Journal of environmental management (2019). Vol. 237, pp. 332-343

    Abstract
    Subsurface microorganisms must deal with quite extreme environmental conditions. The lack of light, oxygen, and potentially nutrients are the main environmental stresses faced [...]

  • L. Locatelli, P. Binning, X. Sánchez-Vila, G. Sondergaard, L. Rosenberg, P. Bjerg
    Journal of Contaminant Hydrology (2019). Vol. 221, pp. 35-49

    Abstract
    Contaminated sites pose a significant threat to groundwater resources. The resources that can be allocated by water regulators for site investigation and cleanup are limited [...]

  • C. Barba, A. Folch, N. Gaju, X. Sánchez-Vila, M. Carrasquilla, A. Grau-Martínez, M. Martínez-Alonso
    Hydrology and Earth system sciences (2019). Vol. 23 (1), pp. 139-154

    Abstract
    Managed Aquifer Recharge (MAR) is a technique used worldwide to increase the availability of water resources. We study how MAR modifies microbial ecosystems and its implications [...]

  • A. Carles-Brangari, D. Fernàndez-García, X. Sánchez-Vila, S. Manzoni
    Advances in Water Resources (2018). Vol. 116, pp. 178-194

    Abstract
    A better understanding of microbial dynamics in porous media may lead to improvements in the design and management of a number of technological applications, ranging from [...]

  • P. Rodríguez-Escales, A. Canelles, X. Sánchez-Vila, A. Folch, D. Kurtzman, R. Rossetto, E. Fernández-Escalante, J. Lobo-Ferreira, M. Sapiano, J. San-sebastián, C. Schüth
    Hydrology and Earth system sciences (2018). Vol. 22 (6), pp. 3213-3227

    Abstract
    Managed aquifer recharge (MAR) can be affected by many risks. Those risks are related to different technical and non-technical aspects of recharge, like water availability, [...]

  • N. Perujo, A. Romaní, X. Sánchez-Vila
    Environmental science and technology (2018). Vol. 52 (10), pp. 5734-5743 (Preprint)

    Abstract
    Infiltration systems are treatment technologies based on water percolation through porous media where biogeochemical processes take place. Grain size distribution (GSD) acts [...]

  • S. Rubol, A. Freixa, X. Sánchez-Vila, A. Romaní
    Biofouling (2018). Vol. 34 (2), pp. 200-211 (Preprint)

    Abstract
    Two non-destructive techniques, confocal laser scanning microscopy (CLSM) and planar optode (VisiSens imaging), were combined to relate the fine-scale spatial structure of [...]