1st area.-Design, simulation, computer-aided engineering. Specific lines

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1st area.- Computer-aided design and numerical simulation, usually known as computer-aided engineering.
  • Specific lines oriented applications in the following areas
    • Mechanicalorstructural
      • Structural engineering. Calculation of thin structures (beams, plates, sheets).
      • Solids with contact, friction, adhesion models, wear, cracks and fractures.
      • Elastic, viscoelastic and viscoplastic laws.
      • Piezoelectric materials. Homogenization of periodic materials.
      • Vibrations.
      • Large deformations.
    • Thermal or thermodynamics
      • Heat transfer: conduction, heat transport by convection, radiation.
      • Diffusion transport at high temperatures.
      • Study of St. Venant equations.
    • Electronics and/or electromagnetic
      • Electronics.
      • Electromagnetism.
      • Eddy current.
    • Fluids
      • Computational fluid dynamics (CFD).
      • Hydraulic.
      • Gas dynamic.
      • Aerodynamic simulation.
      • Shallow water models.
      • Hydrodynamic flow simulation in aqueous media. Simulation of sails.
      • Dispersion of pollutants.
    • Acoustics or vibro-acoustics
      • Sound level.
      • Sound insulation.
      • Simulation of fluid-structure interaction.
      • Sound absorbing materials.
      • Vibration.
      • Active and passive noise control.
    • Combustion
      • Combustion processes.
      • Power station boilers.
    • Chemical kinetics
      • Finite kinetics.
      • Equilibrium.
    • Risk & financial analysis
      • Quantitative finances.
      • Risk modelling.
      • Evaluation of financial derivatives.
    • Biomechanics
      • Numerical simulation of human jaw and bone formation.
      • Orthodontic models.
    • Geophysics
      • Geothermics.
      • Oceanography.
    • Multiphysics
      • Fluid-structure interaction problems.
      • Acoustic-structural vibrations.
      • Thermo-mechanics.
      • Thermo-hydrodynamics.
      • Magneto-hydrodynamics.
      • Magneto-thermics.