Tomás Morales de Luna
Tomás Morales de Luna
Universad de Málaga
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Bedload transport in shallow water models: Why splitting (may) fail, how hyperbolicity (can) help
S Cordier, MH Le, TM De Luna
Advances in Water Resources 34 (8), 980-989, 2011
An entropy satisfying scheme for two-layer shallow water equations with uncoupled treatment
F Bouchut, TM de Luna
ESAIM: Mathematical Modelling and Numerical Analysis 42 (4), 683-698, 2008
A subsonic-well-balanced reconstruction scheme for shallow water flows
F Bouchut, TM De Luna
SIAM Journal on Numerical Analysis 48 (5), 1733-1758, 2010
Well-balanced schemes and path-conservative numerical methods
MJ Castro, TM de Luna, C Parés
Handbook of Numerical Analysis 18, 131-175, 2017
On a shallow water model for the simulation of turbidity currents
T Morales de Luna, MJ Castro Díaz, C Parés Madroñal, ...
Communications in computational physics, 6 (4), 848-882., 2009
Non-hydrostatic pressure shallow flows: GPU implementation using finite volume and finite difference scheme
C Escalante, TM de Luna, MJ Castro
Applied Mathematics and Computation 338, 631-659, 2018
A HLLC scheme for nonconservative hyperbolic problems. Application to turbidity currents with sediment transport
MJ Castro Díaz, ED Fernández-Nieto, T Morales de Luna, ...
ESAIM: Mathematical Modelling and Numerical Analysis-Modélisation …, 2013
Formal deduction of the Saint-Venant–Exner model including arbitrarily sloping sediment beds and associated energy
ED Fernández-Nieto, TM de Luna, G Narbona-Reina, J de Dieu Zabsonré
ESAIM: Mathematical Modelling and Numerical Analysis 51 (1), 115-145, 2017
Reliability of first order numerical schemes for solving shallow water system over abrupt topography
TM de Luna, MJC Diaz, C Parés
Applied Mathematics and Computation 219 (17), 9012-9032, 2013
A HLLC scheme for Ripa model
C Sánchez-Linares, TM De Luna, MJC Díaz
Applied Mathematics and Computation 272, 369-384, 2016
A multilayer shallow water system for polydisperse sedimentation
ED Fernández-Nieto, EH Koné, TM De Luna, R Bürger
Journal of Computational Physics 238, 281-314, 2013
On the influence of the thickness of the sediment moving layer in the definition of the bedload transport formula in Exner systems
ED Fernandez-Nieto, C Lucas, TM de Luna, S Cordier
Computers & Fluids 91, 87-106, 2014
A duality method for sediment transport based on a modified Meyer-Peter & Müller model
T Morales de Luna, MJ Castro Díaz, C Parés Madroñal
Journal of Scientific Computing 48 (1), 258-273, 2011
An efficient two-layer non-hydrostatic approach for dispersive water waves
C Escalante, ED Fernández-Nieto, T Morales de Luna, MJ Castro
Journal of Scientific Computing 79 (1), 273-320, 2019
Derivation of a multilayer approach to model suspended sediment transport: Application to hyperpycnal and hypopycnal plumes
TM de Luna, EDF Nieto, MJC Díaz
Communications in Computational Physics 22 (5), 1439-1485, 2017
Semi-discrete entropy satisfying approximate Riemann solvers. The case of the Suliciu relaxation approximation
F Bouchut, T Morales de Luna
Journal of Scientific Computing 41 (3), 483-509, 2009
A general non-hydrostatic hyperbolic formulation for Boussinesq dispersive shallow flows and its numerical approximation
C Escalante, TM de Luna
Journal of Scientific Computing 83 (3), 1-37, 2020
Path-conservative central-upwind schemes for nonconservative hyperbolic systems
MJC Díaz, A Kurganov, TM de Luna
ESAIM: Mathematical Modelling and Numerical Analysis 53 (3), 959-985, 2019
A Fully Well-Balanced Lagrange--Projection-Type Scheme for the Shallow-Water Equations
MJ Castro Diaz, C Chalons, TM De Luna
SIAM Journal on Numerical Analysis 56 (5), 3071-3098, 2018
Relation between PVM schemes and simple Riemann solvers
T Morales de Luna, MJ Castro Diaz, C Parés
Numerical Methods for Partial Differential Equations 30 (4), 1315-1341, 2014
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