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Julio Marcelo Marti
Julio Marcelo Marti
Research Scientist at CIMNE
E-mail megerősítve itt: cimne.upc.edu - Kezdőlap
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Unified Lagrangian formulation for elastic solids and incompressible fluids: application to fluid–structure interaction problems via the PFEM
SR Idelsohn, J Marti, A Limache, E Oñate
Computer Methods in Applied Mechanics and Engineering 197 (19-20), 1762-1776, 2008
3112008
Interaction between an elastic structure and free-surface flows: experimental versus numerical comparisons using the PFEM
SR Idelsohn, J Marti, A Souto-Iglesias, E Onate
Computational Mechanics 43, 125-132, 2008
1332008
Advances in the particle finite element method (PFEM) for solving coupled problems in engineering
E Onate, SR Idelsohn, MA Celigueta, R Rossi, J Marti, JM Carbonell, ...
Particle-based methods: fundamentals and applications, 1-49, 2011
124*2011
Modelling the vertical UL 94 test: Competition and collaboration between melt dripping, gasification and combustion
F Kempel, B Schartel, JM Marti, KM Butler, R Rossi, SR Idelsohn, E Oñate, ...
Fire and materials 39 (6), 570-584, 2015
802015
A fast and accurate method to solve the incompressible Navier‐Stokes equations
SR Idelsohn, NM Nigro, JM Gimenez, R Rossi, JM Marti
Engineering Computations 30 (2), 197-222, 2013
782013
Analysis of multifluid flows with large time steps using the particle finite element method
SR Idelsohn, J Marti, P Becker, E Oñate
International Journal for Numerical Methods in Fluids 75 (9), 621-644, 2014
642014
Fast fluid–structure interaction simulations using a displacement-based finite element model equipped with an explicit streamline integration prediction
PB Ryzhakov, J Marti, SR Idelsohn, E Oñate
Computer methods in applied mechanics and engineering 315, 1080-1097, 2017
322017
A Fully Coupled Particle Method For Quasi Incompressible Fluid-Hypoelastic Structure Interactions.
J Marti, S Idelsohn, A Limache, N Calvo, J D’Elía
Mecánica computacional, 809-828, 2006
322006
Combined Eulerian–PFEM approach for analysis of polymers in fire situations
J Marti, P Ryzhakov, S Idelsohn, E Oñate
International Journal for Numerical Methods in Engineering 92 (9), 782-801, 2012
302012
Analysis of the melting, burning and flame spread of polymers with the particle finite element method
E Onate, J Marti, P Ryzhakov, R Rossi, SR Idelsohn
Computer assisted methods in engineering and science 20 (3), 165-184, 2017
242017
An explicit–implicit finite element model for the numerical solution of incompressible Navier–Stokes equations on moving grids
J Marti, PB Ryzhakov
Computer Methods in Applied Mechanics and Engineering 350, 750-765, 2019
192019
A finite element model for the simulation of the UL-94 burning test
J Marti, SR Idelsohn, E Oñate
Fire technology 54, 1783-1805, 2018
192018
Elemental enriched spaces for the treatment of weak and strong discontinuous fields
SR Idelsohn, JM Gimenez, J Marti, NM Nigro
Computer methods in applied mechanics and engineering 313, 535-559, 2017
172017
Modeling of free surface flows with elastic bodies interactions
A Souto Iglesias, S Idelsohn, J Marti, R Zamora Rodriguez, ...
Navales, 2008
172008
The particle finite element method for multi-fluid flows
SR Idelsohn, M Mier-Torrecilla, J Marti, E Oñate
Particle-based methods: fundamentals and applications, 135-158, 2011
132011
A unified arbitrary Lagrangian–Eulerian model for fluid–structure interaction problems involving flows in flexible channels
PB Ryzhakov, J Marti, N Dialami
Journal of Scientific Computing 90 (3), 85, 2022
112022
A semi-explicit multi-step method for solving incompressible Navier-Stokes equations
P Ryzhakov, J Marti
Applied Sciences 8 (1), 119, 2018
82018
A Fully Coupled Formulation For Incompressible Fluid-Elastic Structure-Interactions
J Marti, S Idelsohn, A Limache
Mecánica Computacional, 89-104, 2005
8*2005
Simulation of the burning and dripping cables in fire using the particle finite element method
J Marti, B Schartel, E Oñate
Journal of fire sciences 40 (1), 3-25, 2022
62022
An explicit/implicit Runge–Kutta-based PFEM model for the simulation of thermally coupled incompressible flows
J Marti, P Ryzhakov
Computational Particle Mechanics 7, 57-69, 2020
62020
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