|Research Topic||Principal Investigator|
|Stabilized finite element methods for problems involving waves, viscoelastic flows, compressible flows, shallow water flows, magneto-hydro-dynamics and approximation of eigenvalues.||R. Codina|
|Fractional step schemes for incompressible flows||R. Codina|
|Weak imposition of boundary conditions.||R. Codina|
|Meshless methods in CFD||S. Idelsohn|
|FEM and particle methods for multifluids, flow in porous media and free surface flows.||S. Idelsohn|
|FEM and meshless methods for aerodynamics analysis and drag reduction in aeronautics.||J. Pons|
|FEM and particle methods for ship hydrodynamics and aero/hydrodynamics analysis of marine structures (offshore platforms, wind tower structures, wave energy production, etc).||J. Garcia|
|FEM and particle methods for blood flow and air flow in lungs||R. Rossi|
Badía S., Martín A.F. and Príncipe J.
Enhanced balancing Neumann preconditioning in computational fluid and solid mechanics,
International Journal for Numerical Methods in Engineering, Vol. 96 (4), pp.203-230, 2013
Baiges J., Codina R. and Idelsohn S.R.
A domain decomposition strategy for reduced order models. Application to the incompressible Navier-Stokes equations,
Computer Methods in Applied Mechanics and Engineering, Vol. 267, pp. 23-42, 2013
Kamran K., Rossi R. and Oñate E.
A contact algorithm for shell problems via Delaunay-based meshing of the contact domain,
Computational Mechanics, Vol. 52 (1), pp. 1-16, 2013
Rossi, R., Larese de Tetto A., Dadvand P. and Oñate E.
An efficient edge-based level set finite element method for free surface flow problems,
International Journal for Numerical Methods in Fluids, Vol. 71 (6), pp. 687-716, 2013
Oñate E., Nadukandi P. and Idelsohn S.
P1/P0+ elements for incompressible flows with discontinuous material properties,
Computer Methods in Applied Mechanics and Engineering, Vol. 271, pp. 185-209, 2014
E Soudah, R Rossi, S Idelsohn, E Oñate.
A reduced-order model based on the coupled 1D-3D finite element simulations for an efficient analysis of hemodynamics problems.
Computational Mechanics Volume 54 (4), 1013-1022, 2014
SR Idelsohn, J Marti, P Becker, E Oñate.
Analysis of multifluid flows with large time steps using the particle finite element method
International Journal for Numerical Methods in Fluids 75 (9), 621-644, 2014
E Castillo, R Codina.
First, second and third order fractional step methods for the three-field viscoelastic flow problem
Journal of Computational Physics 296, 113-137, 2015
M Avila, R Codina, J Principe
Finite element dynamical subgrid-scale model for low Mach-number flows with radiative heat transfer
International Journal of Numerical Methods for Heat & Fluid Flow 25 (6), 2015
R Codina, J Principe, C Munoz, J Baiges.
Numerical modelling of chlorine concentration in water storage tanks
International Journal for Numerical Methods in Fluids, 79 (2), 84-107, 2015
O Colomés, S Badia, R Codina, J Principe.
Assessment of variational multiscale models for the large eddy simulation of turbulent incompressible flows
Computer Methods in Applied Mechanics and Engineering 285, 32-63, 2015
J Baiges, R Codina.
Variational Multiscale based dissipation models for the estimation of atmospheric seeing.
Computers & Fluids 107, 141-154, 2015
J Baiges, R Codina, S Idelsohn.
Reduced-order subscales for POD models
Computer Methods in Applied Mechanics and Engineering 291, 173-196, 2015
S Idelsohn, E Oñate, N Nigro, P Becker, J Gimenez.
Lagrangian versus Eulerian integration errors
Computer Methods in Applied Mechanics and Engineering, 293, 191-206, 2015
A Jarauta, M Secanell, J Pons-Prats, P Ryzhakov, SR Idelsohn, E Oñate.
A semi-analytical model for droplet dynamics on the GDL surface of a PEFC electrode.
International Journal of Hydrogen Energy 40 (15), 5375-5383, 2015
P Becker, SR Idelsohn, E Oñate.
A unified monolithic approach for multi-fluid flows and fluid–structure interaction using the Particle Finite Element Method with fixed mesh
Computational Mechanics, 1-14, 2015