Eugenio Oñate
Eugenio Oñate
Professor of Continuum Mechanics and Structural Analysis. Barcelona Tech. Director of CIMNE
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A plastic-damage model for concrete
J Lubliner, J Oliver, S Oller, E Oñate
Int. J. Solids and Structures 25 (3), 299-326, 1989
33071989
A finite point method in computational mechanics. Applications to convective transport and fluid flow
E Oñate, S Idelsohn, OC Zienkiewicz, RL Taylor
International journal for numerical methods in engineering 39 (22), 3839-3866, 1996
10421996
The particle finite element method: a powerful tool to solve incompressible flows with free‐surfaces and breaking waves
SR Idelsohn, E Oñate, FD Pin
International journal for numerical methods in engineering 61 (7), 964-989, 2004
5232004
The particle finite element method—an overview
E Oñate, SR Idelsohn, F Del Pin, R Aubry
International Journal of Computational Methods 1 (02), 267-307, 2004
5112004
A stabilized finite point method for analysis of fluid mechanics problems
E Oñate, S Idelsohn, OC Zienkiewicz, RL Taylor, C Sacco
Computer methods in applied mechanics and engineering 139 (1-4), 315-346, 1996
5071996
Structural analysis with the finite element method. Linear statics: volume 2: beams, plates and shells
E Oñate
Springer Science & Business Media, 2013
4742013
Structural Analysis with the Finite Element Method. Basis and Solids
E Oñate
Springer 1, 472, 2009
474*2009
Flow of solids during forming and extrusion: some aspects of numerical solutions
OC Zienkiewicz, PC Jain, E On̄ate
International Journal of Solids and Structures 14 (1), 15-38, 1978
3651978
The meshless finite element method
SR Idelsohn, E Onate, N Calvo, F Del Pin
International Journal for Numerical Methods in Engineering 58 (6), 893-912, 2003
3502003
Derivation of stabilized equations for numerical solution of advective-diffusive transport and fluid flow problems
E Oñate
Computer methods in applied mechanics and engineering 151 (1-2), 233-265, 1998
3441998
Combination of discrete element and finite element methods for dynamic analysis of geomechanics problems
E Onate, J Rojek
Computer methods in applied mechanics and engineering 193 (27-29), 3087-3128, 2004
3392004
An object-oriented environment for developing finite element codes for multi-disciplinary applications
P Dadvand, R Rossi, E Oñate
Archives of computational methods in engineering 17 (3), 253-297, 2010
2902010
Finite volumes and finite elements: two ‘good friends’
SR Idelsohn, E Onate
International journal for numerical methods in engineering 37 (19), 3323-3341, 1994
2571994
Advances in the particle finite element method for the analysis of fluid–multibody interaction and bed erosion in free surface flows
E Onate, SR Idelsohn, MA Celigueta, R Rossi
Computer methods in applied mechanics and engineering 197 (19-20), 1777-1800, 2008
2492008
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
2282008
A finite point method for elasticity problems
E Oñate, F Perazzo, J Miquel
Computers & Structures 79 (22-25), 2151-2163, 2001
2282001
A stabilized finite element method for incompressible viscous flows using a finite increment calculus formulation
E Oñate
Computer methods in applied mechanics and engineering 182 (3-4), 355-370, 2000
2272000
Discrete element simulation of rock cutting
J Rojek, E Onate, C Labra, H Kargl
International Journal of Rock Mechanics and Mining Sciences 48 (6), 996-1010, 2011
2182011
A mesh-free finite point method for advective-diffusive transport and fluid flow problems
E Oñate, S Idelsohn
Computational Mechanics 21 (4), 283-292, 1998
2131998
Experimental and numerical issues in the modelling of the mechanical behaviour of masonry
PB Lourenço
International Center for Numerical Methods in Engineering, 1998
2091998
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