Hassan, O., Bonet, J., Gil, A., & Wood, C. Partitioned block-Gauss–Seidel coupling for dynamic fluid–structure interaction. hp-Finite element solution of coupled stationary magnetohydrodynamics problems including magnetostrictive effects. Professor in the Engineering department at Swansea … He has numerous publications in various areas of computational mechanics with specific experience in the field of large strain nonlinear mechanics. Haider, J., Lee, C., Gil, A., Huerta, A., Bonet, J., & Lee, C. An upwind cell centred Total Lagrangian finite volume algorithm for nearly incompressible explicit fast solid dynamic applications. Hesch, C., Gil, A., Arranz Carreño, A., Bonet, J., Betsch, P., Bonet, J., Gil, A., & Arranz Carreno, A. Title: Simulation-based Engineering and Entrepreneurship Development (SEED). Ortigosa, R., Gil, A., Bonet, J., & Hesch, C. A computational framework for polyconvex large strain elasticity for geometrically exact beam theory. Carpenter, Ruby Nell … My research spans several areas of theoretical and computational mechanics, including (1) electro-mechanics in extremely deformable actuators and energy harvesters (in collaboration with LeapTechnology), (2) magneto-acousto-mechanics for MRI scanner design (in collaboration with Siemens Healthineers and Keele University), (3) fluid-structure interaction (in collaboration with UK Rototherm), (4) reduced order models for computational mechanics (in collaboration with ESI Group), (5) fast large strain solid dynamics (in collaboration with UK-Atomic Weapons Establishment) and (6) topology optimisation in the context of large strain solid mechanics. Dr Antonio Gil is a senior lecturer in the College of Engineering at Swansea University. 1138342. Gil, A., Ledger, P., Ledger, P., & Gil, A. A mixed variational framework for the design of energy-momentum integration schemes based on convex multi-variable electro-elastodynamics. Gil, A., Lee, C., Bonet, J., & Ortigosa, R. A first order hyperbolic framework for large strain computational solid dynamics. An accurate and efficient three‐dimensional high order finite element methodology for the simulation of magneto‐mechanical coupling in MRI scanners. A unified approach for a posteriori high-order curved mesh generation using solid mechanics. A computational framework for the analysis of linear piezoelectric beams using hp-FEM. Specifically, I have tught courses on Structural Mechanics, Geomechanics, Reinforced Concrete Design, Nonlinear Continuum Mechanics and Numerical Analysis. Dr. Antonio Gil Associate Professor Zienkiewicz Centre for Computational Engineering Swansea University Seminar Title: The Immersed Structural Potential Method for the Analysis of Fluid Structure Interaction Problems. Log into Facebook to start sharing and connecting with your friends, family, and people you know. Ortigosa, R., Gil, A., Lee, C., & Lee, C. A computational framework for large strain nearly and truly incompressible electromechanics based on convex multi-variable strain energies. Many numerical techniques currently in use in commercial simulation software have originated from Swansea University. A new computational framework for electro-activation in cardiac mechanics. Izdelki: ( 1 - 1 od 1 ) Razvrsti po: Število izdelkov na stran: Dodaj v košarico Nonlinear Solid Mechanics for Finite Element Analysis: Statics. Antonio J Gil. Subject to statutory exception and to the provisions of relevant collective licensing agreements, no reproduction of any part may take place without the written permission of … Hesch, C., Gil, A., Ortigosa, R., Dittmann, M., Bilgen, C., Betsch, P., Franke, M., Janz, A., Weinberg, K., & Gil, A. Over the years, I have taught a variety of courses closely linked to my background as Civil Engineer and my research in the area of computational mechanics. Gil, A., Carreño, A., Bonet, J., Wood, C., & Gil, A. Other supervisor: Prof Antonio Gil. Bonet, J., Gil, A., Wood, R., Said, R., & Curtis, R. Gil, A., Zhang, Z., Hassan, O., Morgan, K., Hassan, O., & Gil, A. Antonio GIL, Professor (Full) of Swansea University, Swansea (SWAN) | Read 125 publications | Contact Antonio GIL Karim, I., Hean Lee, C., J. Gil, A., Bonet, J., Gil, A., & Lee, C. A two-step Taylor-Galerkin formulation for fast dynamics. Aguirre, M., Gil, A., Bonet, J., & Lee, C. An upwind vertex centred Finite Volume solver for Lagrangian solid dynamics. A computational framework for incompressible electromechanics based on convex multi-variable strain energies for geometrically exact shell theory. Bonet, J., Lee, C., Gil, A., & Ghavamian, A. Curtis, R., Majo, D., Soo, S., Disilvio, L., Gil, A., Wood, R., Atwood, R., Said, R., & Gil, A. through the use of the computer software MatLab). Students will learn to carry out the full detailed design of typical reinforced concrete structural elements, including beams, slabs, and columns and by the end of the course will be capable of analysing and designing a simple reinforced concrete frame structure according to Eurocode 2. Ortigosa, R., Gil, A., Martínez-Frutos, J., Franke, M., & Bonet, J. An unstructured finite volume solver for a new conservation law in fast transient dynamics. An enhanced Immersed Structural Potential Method for fluid–structure interaction. Estimated budget allocated to Swansea University: €546,500. Garcia-Blanco, E., Ortigosa, R., Gil, A., Lee, C., & Bonet, J. Marc Guehi will reportedly be provided with an opportunity to impress Chelsea boss Frank Lampard in 2021.. Scarpa, F., Adhikari, S., Gil, A., Remillat, C., & Adhikari, S. The bending of single layer graphene sheets: the lattice versus continuum approach. No. Haider, J., Lee, C., Gil, A., & Bonet, J. A parameter-free Total Lagrangian Smooth Particle Hydrodynamics algorithm applied to problems with free surfaces. Overall Quality Based on 1 ratings. Javier Bonet, Antonio J. Gil and Richard D. Wood a.j.gil@swansea.ac.uk r.d.wood@swansea.ac.uk 22nd of December 2020 Worked examples in nonlinear continuum mechanics for finite element analysis [E-Book] / Javier Bonet, Swansea University, Antonio J. Gil, Swansea University, Richard D. Wood, Swansea University. Swansea University is a registered charity. Close this message to accept cookies or find out how to manage your cookie settings. The Zienkiewicz Centre for Computational Engineering is acknowledged internationally as the leading UK centre for computational engineering research. Part I: Total Lagrangian isothermal elasticity. Unified one-fluid formulation for incompressible flexible solids and multiphase flows: Application to hydrodynamics using the immersed structural potential method (ISPM). Poya, R., Gil, A., Ortigosa, R., & Palma, R. On a family of numerical models for couple stress based flexoelectricity for continua and beams. Abd. This year IMPACT took part in the Swansea Science Festival – Wales’s largest free science festival. DOI (Published version): 10.1016/B978-1-84569-753-2.50007-8 Haider, J., Lee, C., Gil, A., Huerta, A., Bonet, J., & Lee, C. An upwind cell centred Total Lagrangian finite volume algorithm for nearly incompressible explicit fast solid dynamic applications. -Programme Director ofErasmus Mundus Masters Course \Computational Mechanics", Swansea, since February 2008. A computational framework for polyconvex large strain elasticity. Wood, C., Gil, A., Hassan, O., Bonet, J., Bonet, J., Hassan, O., Gil, A., & Wood, C. A partitioned coupling approach for dynamic fluid–structure interaction with applications to biological membranes. Swansea University Author: Antonio, Gil Full text not available from this repository: check for access using links below. Gil, A., Lee, C., Bonet, J., & Aguirre, M. A stabilised Petrov–Galerkin formulation for linear tetrahedral elements in compressible, nearly incompressible and truly incompressible fast dynamics. Showcasing the Complex Flow Lab at Swansea Science Festival. Follow. Scott Bagwell 1, *, @ , Ledger Paul 1, @ , Antonio Gil 1, @ 1 : Zienkiewicz Centre for Computational Engineering (ZC2E) College of Engineering, Swansea University Bay Campus, Crymlyn Burrows, Swansea SA1 8EN - United Kingdom Title: MSc in Computational Mechanics. What we do. 2019 Swansea University Teaching Excellence Award, 2016 Doctoral supervisor of PhD thesis by Dr. R. Ortigosa, awarded ECCOMAS Prize for best PhD thesis, 2016 The O. C. Zienkiewicz Prize awarded by European Community on Computational Methods in Applied Sciences (ECCOMAS), 2015 "Engineering Computations" Emerald Outstanding paper of the year, 2011 The Philip Leverhulme Prize awarded by The Leverhulme Trust (UK), 2012 Doctoral Supervisor of PhD thesis by Dr. C. H. Lee, awarded the UK ACME Zienkiewicz Prize for the best PhD thesis, 2004 Best Postgraduate Research Paper of the 12th UK ACME Conference, Cardiff, 2004 Honorary Mention to the Hangai Medal in “Shell and Spatial structures: from models to realization”, IASS Montpellier (France), 1999 National First Prize awarded by Ministry of Education, Spain, Established (current) research collaboration with world-leading Universities: Dr. P.D. | Finite element method. Résultat Aston Villa Swansea en direct : retrouvez les statistiques de Aston Villa Swansea, match du 21 March 2015 et suivez le score en live ! A new variational framework for large strain piezoelectric hyperelastic materials. Gil, A., Carreño, A., Bonet, J., Hassan, O., Hassan, O., Gil, A., & Arranz Carreno, A. A new energy–momentum time integration scheme for non-linear thermo-mechanics. The demonstration was part of the Swansea Science Festival that took place from 21st – 31st October. Antonio J. Gil is an Associate Professor in the Zienkiewicz Centre for Computational Engineering at Swansea University. Swansea University Author: Antonio, Gil Full text not available from this repository: check for access using links below. On a tensor cross product based formulation of large strain solid mechanics. Current position - Full Professor in the College of Engineering, Swansea University, U.K. - Chartered Civil Engineer in the Spanish Institution for Civil Engineers, since October 1999. On continuum immersed strategies for Fluid–Structure Interaction. Dr. Antonio Gil. Le vainqueur représentera la CONCACAF à la Coupe du monde de football des clubs 2015 . A new framework for large strain electromechanics based on convex multi-variable strain energies: Conservation laws, hyperbolicity and extension to electro-magneto-mechanics. hp-Finite element solution of coupled stationary magnetohydrodynamics problems including magnetostrictive effects. carried out at Swansea University in two areas using the crowdsourced data to inform the topological optimisation of a sustainable part and the critical parameters for support material in the AM build. Development of an efficient unstructured Finite Volume solver for anew conservation lawinfast structural dynamics. A regularised-adaptive Proper Generalised Decomposition implementation for coupled magneto-mechanical problems with application to MRI scanners. Ortigosa, R., Gil, A., Martínez-Frutos, J., Franke, M., & Bonet, J. A staggered high-dimensional Proper Generalised Decomposition for coupled magneto-mechanical problems with application to MRI scanners. To develop mesh deformation techniques for ‪Full Professor at Swansea University‬ - ‪Cited by 1,814‬ - ‪Computational Mechanics‬ - ‪Civil Engineering‬ - ‪Applied Mathematics‬ ... Antonio Huerta Professor, Universitat Politecnica de Catalunya (UPC) Verified email at upc.edu. Total estimated budget: €1.99 M (for a total number of 50 MSc students)., Estimated budget allocated to Swansea University: €0.60 M. Principal Investigator at Swansea University in Erasmus Mundus PhD. A stabilisation approach for topology optimisation of hyperelastic structures with the SIMP method. Ledger, P., Gil, A., Poya, R., Kruip, M., Wilkinson, I., Bagwell, S., Ledger, P., Gil, A., & Poya, R. Solution of an industrially relevant coupled magneto–mechanical problem set on an axisymmetric domain. Bonet, J., Gil, A., Wood, R., Said, R., & Curtis, R. Structural analysis of prestressed Saint Venant–Kirchhoff hyperelastic membranes subjected to moderate strains. Part III: Thermo-elasticity. Bagwell, S., Ledger, P., Gil, A., Mallett, M., & Kruip, M. A linearised hp-finite element framework for acousto-magneto-mechanical coupling in axisymmetric MRI scanners. Lee, C., Gil, A., Greto, G., Kulasegaram, S., & Bonet, J. October 30, 2020. 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Supervisors: Professor Antonio J. Gil and Professor Michael Edwards from the Zienkiewicz Computational Centre for Engineering. Login Sign Up. Welsh Crucible 2011. Title: Bridging the gap between computational fluid and solid dynamics: embedding advanced technologies into Welsh industries through massive parallelisation., £150,000, Principal Investigator in Sêr Cymru National Research Network PostDoctoral award at Swansea University. Garcia-Blanco, E., Ortigosa, R., Gil, A., Lee, C., & Bonet, J. Students will develop an understanding of methodologies for appraisal of build options in the context of the sustainable reinforced concrete construction (BREEAM and similar) and a knowledge of the role of the engineer in health and safety and sustainability in design and construction. Lottie’s annual visit to IMPACT. Résultat Swansea Aston Villa en direct : retrouvez les statistiques de Swansea Aston Villa, match du 19 March 2016 et suivez le score en live ! retaining walls). The module focuses on the development of understanding from first principles of the concepts of reinforced concrete, use of reinforced concrete as a sustainable material and the design of reinforced concrete sections. Bonet, J., Ortigosa, R., Gil, A., & Gil, A. c Javier Bonet, Antonio J. Gil, and Richard D. Wood 2016 This publication is in copyright. A mortar approach for fluid–structure interaction problems: Immersed strategies for deformable and rigid bodies. Richard D. Wood is an Honorary Research Fellow in the Civil and Computational Engineering Centre at Swansea … Research Themes Research Themes. Advisors: Dr. Antonio Gil and Prof. Dr.-Ing. Cependant, c'est la 50 e fois que les clubs de la confédération se disputent le titre de leader de la CONCACAF . A coupled hp-finite element scheme for the solution of two-dimensional electrostrictive materials. 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