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  • Experimental study on inter-particle acoustic forces

     Garcia Sabate, Anna; Gonzalez Cinca, Ricardo; Hoyos, Mauricio; Castro, Angelica
    Journal of the Acoustical Society of America
    Date of publication: 2014-03
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  • Heat storage and electricity generation in the Moon during the lunar night

     Climent Molina, Blai; Torroba Moreno, Oscar; Gonzalez Cinca, Ricardo; Ramachandran, Narayanan; Griffin, Michael D.
    Acta astronautica
    Date of publication: 2013-08-01
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    One of the biggest challenges of the exploration of the Moon is the survival of the crew and the lunar assets during the lunar night. The environmental conditions on the lunar surface and its cycle, with long periods of darkness, make any long mission in need of specific amounts of heat and electricity to be successful. We have analyzed two different systems to produce heat and electricity on the Moon's surface. The first system consists of Thermal Wadis, sources of thermal power that can be used to supply heat to protect the exploration systems from the extreme cold during periods of darkness. Previous results showed that Wadis can supply enough heat to keep lunar devices such as rovers above their minimum operating temperature (approximately 243 K). The second system studied here is the Thermal Energy Storage (TES), which is able to run a heat engine during the lunar night to produce electricity. When the Sun is shining on the Moon's surface, the system can run the engine directly using the solar power and simultaneously heat a thermal mass. This thermal mass is used as a high temperature source to run the heat engine during the night. We present analytical and numerical calculations for the determination of an appropriate thermal mass for the TES system.

  • Experimental analysis of the bubble-slug transition in a flow generated by a T-junction in a minichannel with air/water and air/ethanol mixtures in conditions relevant to microgravity

     Arias Calderón, Santiago; Gonzalez Cinca, Ricardo
    Chemical engineering science
    Date of publication: 2013-01-31
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    We present an experimental study on the bubble-slug flow pattern transition which takes place in two-phase flows in microgravity related conditions. Two different sets of experiments were performed on ground with air/water and air/ethanol mixtures in a minichannel with an internal diameter of 1 mm. We address questions regarding the existence of a critical void fraction for the bubble-slug transition to occur. Experimental data are compared to the drift-flux and Suratman models predictions. We obtain results on the extension of applicability of these models for different boundary conditions. (C) 2013 Elsevier Ltd. All rights reserved.

    We present an experimental study on the bubble–slug flow pattern transition which takes place in two-phase flows in microgravity related conditions. Two different sets of experiments were performed on ground with air/water and air/ethanol mixtures in a minichannel with an internal diameter of 1 mm. We address questions regarding the existence of a critical void fraction for the bubble–slug transition to occur. Experimental data are compared to the drift-flux and Suratman models predictions. We obtain results on the extension of applicability of these models for different boundary conditions.

  • GESTION DE FLUJOS MULTIFASICOS Y DE ENERGIA PARA APLICACIONES EN EXPLORACION ESPACIAL

     Arias Calderón, Santiago; Suñol Galofre, Francesc Xavier; Garcia Sabate, Anna; Gonzalez Cinca, Ricardo
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  • Study of a system to generate electricity on the Moon's surface during the lunar night

     Torroba, Oscar; Climent, Blai; Gonzalez Cinca, Ricardo; Ramachandran, Narayanan; Griffin, Michael D.
    Global Space Exploration Conference
    Presentation's date: 2012-05-23
    Presentation of work at congresses

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    One of the biggest challenges of the exploration of the Moon is the survival of the crew and the lunar assets during the lunar night. The environmental conditions on the lunar surface and its cycle, with long periods of darkness, make any long mission in need of specific amounts of heat and electricity to be successful. We have analyzed two different systems to produce heat and electricity on the Moon’s surface. The first system consists of the Thermal Wadis, sources of thermal power that can be used to supply heat to protect the exploration systems from the extreme cold during periods of darkness. Previous results showed that Wadis can supply enough heat to keep lunar devices such as rovers above their minimum operating temperature (approximately 243 K). The second system studied here is the Thermal Energy Storage (TES), which is able to run a heat engine during the lunar night to produce electricity. When the Sun is shining on the Moon’s surface, the system can run the engine directly using the solar power and simultaneously heat a thermal mass. This thermal mass is used as a high temperature source to run the heat engine during the night. We present analytical and numerical calculations for the determination of an appropriate thermal mass for the TES system.

  • Best poster award ISPS'11

     Gonzalez Cinca, Ricardo; Méndez, Num
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  • Numerical simulation of bubble generation in a T-juntion

     Arias Calderón, Santiago; Legendre, Dominique; Gonzalez Cinca, Ricardo
    Computers and fluids
    Date of publication: 2012-01-20
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    Numerical study of bubble dynamics with the Boundary Element Method  Open access

     Méndez, Num; Gonzalez Cinca, Ricardo
    Journal of physics: conference series
    Date of publication: 2011
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    A new Boundary Element Method software for simulating bubble dynamics is presented. This tool allows us to simulate a wide variety of scenarios, including external acoustic fields and multiple bubble interaction. We present results on the interaction between two oscillating bubbles in various configurations. Different sized bubbles under the effects of acoustic fields at different frequencies have been considered.

  • Bubble and Droplet Flow Phenomena at Different Gravity Levels  Open access  awarded activity

     Suñol Galofre, Francesc Xavier
    Defense's date: 2011-07-19
    Department of Applied Physics, Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya
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    Two-phase flows are encountered in a wide range of applications both on-ground and in space. The dynamics of such flows in the absence of gravity is completely different from that in normal gravity due to the absence of buoyancy forces. A deeper understanding of the behavior of multiphase flows is essential in order to improve the operation of devices which require the use of two-phase systems. Analytical and experimental work is still needed for enhancing the control of two-phase flows, due to the theoretical complexity and the lack of experimental data for certain configurations. In this work, the behavior of two-phase flows has been studied experimentally in normal gravity and in microgravity conditions. In particular, the single-jet configuration has been investigated for bubbly jets and droplet jets. Dynamics of individual bubbles and droplets as well as the global structure of the jets has been considered. The opposed-jet configuration has been investigated for bubbly flows. Different separation between jets and orientation angles have been studied in normal gravity, and the obtained results have been compared to the microgravity case. A numerical model has been implemented to study single-phase jet impingement and opposed bubbly jets at different gravity levels. Good qualitative agreement between the simulations and the experiments has been obtained. The bubble bouncing process, prior to coalescence, after collision with a flat free surface has been also studied experimentally in normal gravity conditions. The results presented in this work will help to improve the general understanding of two-phase flows in normal gravity and in microgravity conditions, with general applications on mixing devices, environmental and propulsion systems.

  • An analysis of two-phase flows in conditions relevant to microgravity  Open access

     Arias Calderón, Santiago
    Defense's date: 2011-09-23
    Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya
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    Promising technological applications of two-phase flows in space have captured the increasing interest of the space sector, provoking a strong demand for more fundamental knowledge. Great efforts have been made in recent decades to study the behavior of two-phase flows in low-gravity environments, which is expected to be different than the behavior observed in the presence of gravitational forces. Nevertheless, many phenomena are still poorly understood. The development of any of these new technologies demands a better knowledge of two-phase flows. In this manuscript we address questions regarding the generation of gas-liquid flows and their behavior in conditions relevant for a microgravity environment. In particular, we focus on an air-water mixture formed in a capillary T-junction. To this end, an experimental setup has been designed to accurately control both gas and liquid flow rates. We performed a quantitative characterization on ground of the T-junction, whose operation is robust to changes in gravity level. Its main performance is the generation of bubbles at a regular frequency with small size dispersion. We obtained two working regimes of the T-junction and identified the crossover region between them. Bubble, slug, churn and annular flow regimes have been observed during the experiments and a flow pattern map has been plotted. We present an experimental study on the bubble-slug transition in microgravity-related conditions. In addition, we address questions regarding the existence of a critical void fraction in order for the bubble-slug transition to occur. The gas-liquid flow has been characterized by measuring the bubble generation frequency as well as the bubble and liquid slug sizes. Since bubble dynamics is also expected to be different in the absence of buoyancy, the bubble velocity has also been studied. The mean void fraction appears as one relevant parameter that allows for the prediction of frequency, bubble velocity, and lengths. We propose curves obtained empirically for the behavior of generation frequency, the bubble velocity and the lengths. The dependence of the frequency on the Strouhal dimensionless number has been analyzed. A numerical study of the formation of mini-bubbles in a 2D T-junction by means of the fluid dynamics numerical code JADIM is also presented. Simulations were carried out for different flow conditions, giving rise to results on the bubble generation frequency, bubble velocity, void fraction and characteristic lengths. Numerical results have been then compared with experimental data.

  • ESA - SYT 2011 - Final Report

     Suñol Galofre, Francesc Xavier; Maldonado, Oscar; Vidal Arco, Eduardo; Garcia Sabate, Anna; Gonzalez Cinca, Ricardo
    Date: 2011-12
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  • Droplet collisions after liquid jet breakup in microgravity conditions

     Suñol Galofre, Francesc Xavier; Gonzalez Cinca, Ricardo
    Journal of physics: conference series
    Date of publication: 2011
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  • Bubbly jet impingement in different liquids

     Suñol Galofre, Francesc Xavier; Gonzalez Cinca, Ricardo
    Microgravity science and technology
    Date of publication: 2011-02-16
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    The impingement of bubbly jets in distilled water and ethanol has been experimentally studied on ground. An experimental apparatus for the study of jet impingement on ground and inmicrogravity has been designed. The opposed-jet configuration with changeable orientation is used in order to study which is the better disposition to achieve an efficient mixing process. The impact angle between jets that can be changed from 0◦ (frontal collision) up to 90◦ (perpendicular collision). The impinging jets are introduced into a test tank full of liquid by means of two bubble injectors. The bubble generation method, insensitive to gravity level for low Bond numbers, is based on the creation of a slug flow inside a T-junction of capillary tubes of 0.7 mm of diameter. Bubble velocities at the injector outlet and generation frequencies can be controlled by changing gas and liquid flow rates. Individual bubble properties and coalescence events, as well as the whole jet structure are analyzed from the images recorded by a high speed camera. Bubble velocities are compared with the velocity field of a single-phase jet. Rate of coalescence between bubbles is found higher in ethanol than in water, creating a higher dispersion in bubble sizes.

  • Opposed bubbly jets at different impact angles: jet structure and bubble properties

     Suñol Galofre, Francesc Xavier; Gonzalez Cinca, Ricardo
    International journal of multiphase flow
    Date of publication: 2010-08
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    The structure of two colliding water jets containing small gas bubbles is studied experimentally. The effects of the separation distance between jets, as well as the orientation angle, on the spatial distribution of bubbles have been considered. Results on the global structure of the final jet and bubble properties have been obtained using a high-speed video camera, and measurements of the positions of coalescence events are presented. Jets are introduced through inclined pipes (with a diameter of 0.7 mm) into a large water tank to avoid wall effects. Inclination angle has been changed from 0 to 45 with respect to the horizontal, resulting in a 0 up to 90 impact angle between jets. Generation of bubbles is controlled by a T-junction device where a regular slug-flow is created prior to injection. Bubble sizes have been measured, and a mean diameter of around 1 mm has been obtained using high values of the liquid flow rate. In the studied range of separation distances between the bubbly jets, a more homogeneous dispersion of bubbles is created as the distance between jets is decreased and the momentum flux of each jet is increased. Higher numbers of coalescences are observed when using smaller distance between jets, and the obtained measurements revealed that the number of bubble coalescence events is reduced significantly using high values of liquid flow rates.

  • Rise, bouncing and coalescence of bubbles impacting at a free surface

     Suñol Galofre, Francesc Xavier; Gonzalez Cinca, Ricardo
    Colloids and surfaces A: physicochemical and engineering aspects
    Date of publication: 2010-08-05
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    Characterization of the performance of a minibubble generator in conditions relevant to microgravity  Open access

     Arias Calderón, Santiago; Gonzalez Cinca, Ricardo; Ruiz, X; Ramirez de La Piscina Millan, Laureano; Casademunt Viader, Jaume
    Colloids and surfaces A: physicochemical and engineering aspects
    Date of publication: 2010-08-05
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    We perform a characterization of a recently reported minibubbles (bubbles with a diameter of the order of 10‐3 m) generator in microgravity related conditions. Generation of bubbles is based on the generation of a slug flow in a capillary T‐junction, whose operation is robust to changes in the gravity level. We address questions regarding the performance under different working regimes. In particular, we focus on the regimes found within a large range of gas and liquid injection flow rates. The injection performance is characterized by measuring bubble generation frequency. We propose curves obtained empirically for the behavior of generation frequency and crossover between regimes.

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  • Design strategies oriented to prevent product assembly failures. A methodology to Design For Poka-Yoke Assembly-DFPYA

     ESTRADA CADENA, GABRIELA
    Defense's date: 2010-07-28
    Department of Engineering Design, Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya
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  • Conective instabilities and directional solidification in binary mixtures

     Meca Alvarez, Esteban
    Defense's date: 2010-06-04
    Department of Applied Physics, Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya
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  • ESA - DYT 2010 - Final Report

     Suñol Galofre, Francesc Xavier; Maldonado Diaz, Oscar; Garcia Sabate, Anna; Gonzalez Cinca, Ricardo
    Date: 2010-12
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  • Gestión de fluidos multifásicos en condiciones de baja gravedad

     Suñol Galofre, Francesc Xavier; Arias Calderón, Santiago; Gonzalez Cinca, Ricardo
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  • Experimental study of a microchannel bubble injector for microgravity applications

     Arias Calderón, Santiago; Ruiz, X; Casademunt Viader, Jaume; Ramirez de La Piscina Millan, Laureano; Gonzalez Cinca, Ricardo
    Microgravity science and technology
    Date of publication: 2009-01
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    Bouncing of bubbles impacting at a free surface  Open access

     Suñol Galofre, Francesc Xavier; Gonzalez Cinca, Ricardo
    Bubbles and drops
    Presentation's date: 2009-09-23
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    Bubbles in different liquids in microgravity and oscillating hipergravity environments  Open access

     Duarte, Laura; Maldonado, Oscar; Gallardo, Beatriz; Gonzalez Cinca, Ricardo
    ELGRA Biennial Symposium and General Assembly
    Presentation's date: 2009-09-03
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  • Bubbly jet impingement in different liquids

     Suñol Galofre, Francesc Xavier; Gonzalez Cinca, Ricardo
    European Conference for Aerospace Sciences
    Presentation's date: 2009-07
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    An experimental setup for the study of bubbly jets collision in microgravity has been designed. On ground preliminary results are presented in order to be compared with those obtained in a near future in low gravity conditions. The opposed-jet configuration is used with the objective to force the collision of two jets, with an impact angle between them that can be changed from 0º (frontal collision) up to 90º. The colliding jets are introduced into a test tank full of liquid by means of two bubble injectors. The bubble generation method is based on the creation of a slug flow inside a junction of capillary tubes of 0.7 mm of diameter. Bubble velocities at the injector outlet and generation frequencies can be controlled by changing the gas and liquid flow rates. We present results on the role played by the impact angle and bubble velocities on the structure of the final jet. A systematic study for different gas and liquid flow rates has been carried out in liquids with different values of surface tension.

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    Simulación: un curso innovador en los estudios de Aeronáutica  Open access

     Comellas Padro, Francesc de Paula; Gonzalez Cinca, Ricardo; Santamaria Barnadas, Eduard
    ReVisión
    Date of publication: 2009-12-01
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    Presentamos aquí una nueva metodología en la impartición de un curso de ciencias de la computación con énfasis particular en aspectos de dinámica de fluidos computacional (DFC) y las experiencias que se derivan de esta implementación. Las actividades principales que los estudiantes realizan en este curso son: el desarrollo de un proyecto inicial en la temática de ciencias de los materiales, la elaboración de un proyecto largo en DFC y una introducción al uso de un paquete de software específico de DFC. Los proyectos se realizan por grupos y consisten en la implementación (programación) de modelos matemáticos y una interfaz gráfica que permita la visualización de los resultados que se obtengan mediante la resolución numérica de los modelos considerados. La innovación en la asignatura se da en la utilización de técnicas de aprendizaje basado en proyectos o Project Based Learning y en el hecho que el curso es impartido de forma coordinada por varios profesores que provienen de áreas distintas. Otro aspecto novedoso lo constituye la oportunidad que presenta el curso para que los estudiantes redacten informes escritos, hagan presentaciones orales, utilicen el inglés y trabajen en un entorno Linux para el desarrollo de los proyectos.

  • High-order discontinuous Galerkin methods for incompressible flows  Open access

     de Villardi de Montlaur, Adeline
    Defense's date: 2009-09-22
    Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya
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    Aquesta tesi doctoral proposa formulacions de Galerkin discontinu (DG) d'alt ordre per fluxos viscosos incompressibles. Es desenvolupa un nou mètode de DG amb penalti interior (IPM-DG), que condueix a una forma feble simètrica i coerciva pel terme de difusió, i que permet assolir una aproximació espacial d'alt ordre. Aquest mètode s'aplica per resoldre les equacions de Stokes i Navier-Stokes. L'espai d'aproximació de la velocitat es descompon dins de cada element en una part solenoidal i una altra irrotacional, de manera que es pot dividir la forma dèbil IPM-DG en dos problemes desacoblats. El primer permet el càlcul de les velocitats i de les pressions híbrides, mentre que el segon calcula les pressions en l'interior dels elements. Aquest desacoblament permet una reducció important del número de graus de llibertat tant per velocitat com per pressió. S'introdueix també un paràmetre extra de penalti resultant en una formulació DG alternativa per calcular les velocitats solenoidales, on les pressions no apareixen. Les pressions es poden calcular com un post-procés de la solució de les velocitats. Es contemplen altres formulacions DG, com per exemple el mètode Compact Discontinuous Galerkin, i es comparen al mètode IPM-DG. Es proposen mètodes implícits de Runge-Kutta d'alt ordre per problemes transitoris incompressibles, permetent obtenir esquemes incondicionalment estables i amb alt ordre de precisió temporal. Les equacions de Navier-Stokes incompressibles transitòries s'interpreten com un sistema de Equacions Algebraiques Diferencials, és a dir, un sistema d'equacions diferencials ordinàries corresponent a la equació de conservació del moment, més les restriccions algebraiques corresponent a la condició d'incompressibilitat. Mitjançant exemples numèrics es mostra l'aplicabilitat de les metodologies proposades i es comparen la seva eficiència i precisió.

    This PhD thesis proposes divergence-free Discontinuous Galerkin formulations providing high orders of accuracy for incompressible viscous flows. A new Interior Penalty Discontinuous Galerkin (IPM-DG) formulation is developed, leading to a symmetric and coercive bilinear weak form for the diffusion term, and achieving high-order spatial approximations. It is applied to the solution of the Stokes and Navier-Stokes equations. The velocity approximation space is decomposed in every element into a solenoidal part and an irrotational part. This allows to split the IPM weak form in two uncoupled problems. The first one solves for velocity and hybrid pressure, and the second one allows the evaluation of pressures in the interior of the elements. This results in an important reduction of the total number of degrees of freedom for both velocity and pressure. The introduction of an extra penalty parameter leads to an alternative DG formulation for the computation of solenoidal velocities with no presence of pressure terms. Pressure can then be computed as a post-process of the velocity solution. Other DG formulations, such as the Compact Discontinuous Galerkin method, are contemplated and compared to IPM-DG. High-order Implicit Runge-Kutta methods are then proposed to solve transient incompressible problems, allowing to obtain unconditionally stable schemes with high orders of accuracy in time. For this purpose, the unsteady incompressible Navier-Stokes equations are interpreted as a system of Differential Algebraic Equations, that is, a system of ordinary differential equations corresponding to the conservation of momentum equation, plus algebraic constraints corresponding to the incompressibility condition. Numerical examples demonstrate the applicability of the proposed methodologies and compare their efficiency and accuracy.

  • Design of an experiment for the study of bubble jet interactions in microgravity

     Suñol Galofre, Francesc Xavier; Maldonado, O; Pino, R; Gonzalez Cinca, Ricardo
    Microgravity science and technology
    Date of publication: 2009-01
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  • Simulación: un curso innovador en los estudios de Aeronáutica

     Comellas Padro, Francesc de Paula; Gonzalez Cinca, Ricardo; Santamaria Barnadas, Eduard
    ReVisión
    Date of publication: 2009-12-01
    Journal article

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  • On ground study of bubble jets collision

     Suñol Galofre, Francesc Xavier; Gonzalez Cinca, Ricardo
    59th International Astronautical Congress
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  • Characterization of the performance of an injector for the controlled generation of microbubbles

     Arias Calderón, Santiago; Gonzalez Cinca, Ricardo; Ruiz, X; Carrera, J.; Ramirez de La Piscina Millan, Laureano; Casademunt Viader, Jaume
    59th International Astronautical Congress
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  • Setup design and ground investigation for a microgravity experiment on bubble dynamics and coalescence

     Suñol Galofre, Francesc Xavier; Pino, R; Maldonado, O; Gonzalez Cinca, Ricardo
    Experiments in Space and beyond
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  • On the validity of Avrami formalism in primary crystallization

     Bruna Escuer, Pere; Crespo Artiaga, Daniel; Gonzalez Cinca, Ricardo; Pineda Soler, Eloy
    Journal of applied physics
    Date of publication: 2006-09
    Journal article

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  • Numerical study of the generation and dispersion of a bubble jet in microgravity

     Bitlloch, P J Carrera; Carrera, J; Ruiz, X; Gonzalez Cinca, Ricardo; Casademunt Viader, Jaume; Ramirez de La Piscina Millan, Laureano
    57th International Astronautical Congress
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  • ORDEN, RUIDO Y DINÁMICAS EMERGENTES BAJO NOLINEALIDADES

     Ramirez de La Piscina Millan, Laureano; Peñaranda Ayllon, Angelina; Haurie Ibarra, Laia; Meca Alvarez, Esteban; Rodriguez Cantalapiedra, Inmaculada; Lacasta Palacio, Ana Maria; Benitez Iglesias, Raul; Formosa Mitjans, Joan; Gonzalez Cinca, Ricardo; Suñol Galofre, Francesc Xavier; Arias Calderón, Santiago
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  • Kinetics of Primary Crystallization studied by Phase-field Simulation

     Bruna Escuer, Pere; Pineda Soler, Eloy; Gonzalez Cinca, Ricardo; Pradell Cara, Trinitat; Crespo Artiaga, Daniel
    TMS letters
    Date of publication: 2005-11
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  • Kinetics of primary crystallisation studied by phase field simulations

     Bruna Escuer, Pere; Pineda Soler, Eloy; Gonzalez Cinca, Ricardo; Pradell Cara, Trinitat; Crespo Artiaga, Daniel
    The Minerals, Metals and Materials Society Anual meeting 2005
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  • Grup de Turbulencia, Fluctuacions i Difusió (Ayuda para grupos de investigación consolidados)

     Ramirez de La Piscina Millan, Laureano; Platonov, Alexei; Carrillo Cortes, Jose Alejandro; Sekula, Emil; Peñaranda Ayllon, Angelina; Echebarria Dominguez, Blas; Auguet Sangra, Carlota Eugenia; Meca Alvarez, Esteban; Cami Babra, Enrique; Castilla Lopez, Roberto; Rodriguez Cantalapiedra, Inmaculada; Grau Barcelo, Joan; Lacasta Palacio, Ana Maria; Redondo Apraiz, Jose Manuel; Sanchez Ariz, Miguel A.; Benitez Iglesias, Raul; Gonzalez Cinca, Ricardo
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  • 2005PEIR 005604 BANCS DE GENERACIÓ I MESURA, EQUIP. AUXILIAR I DIVERS

     Gonzalez Cinca, Ricardo
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  • Side-branch growth in two-dimensional dendrites. I. Experiments

     Couder, Yves; Maurer, J.; Gonzalez Cinca, Ricardo; Hernández-Machado, A
    Physical review E: statistical, nonlinear, and soft matter physics
    Date of publication: 2005-03
    Journal article

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  • Side-branch growth in two-dimensional dendrites. II. Phase field model

     Gonzalez Cinca, Ricardo; Couder, Yves; Hernández-Machado, A
    Physical review E: statistical, nonlinear, and soft matter physics
    Date of publication: 2005-05
    Journal article

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  • Numerical study of the shape and integral parameters of a dendrite, Phys. Rev. E 70, 051612 (2004)

     Gonzalez Cinca, Ricardo; Ramirez de La Piscina Millan, Laureano
    Physical review E, statistical physics, plasmas, fluids, and related interdisciplinary topics
    Date of publication: 2004-11
    Journal article

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  • The role of noise in sidebranching development

     Gonzalez Cinca, Ricardo; Couder, Yves; Maurer, J.; Hernández Machado, A.
    Fluctuation and noise letters
    Date of publication: 2004-12
    Journal article

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    Phase-field models in interfacial pattern formation out of equilibrium  Open access

     Gonzalez Cinca, Ricardo; Folch, R; Benitez Iglesias, Raul; Ramirez de La Piscina Millan, Laureano; Casademunt Viader, Jaume; Hrndez-Machado, A
    Date of publication: 2004-06
    Book chapter

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  • Autoorganización en sistemas complejos bajo fluctuaciones

     Peñaranda Ayllon, Angelina; Ramirez de La Piscina Millan, Laureano; Auguet Sangra, Carlota Eugenia; Meca Alvarez, Esteban; Cami Babra, Enrique; Rodriguez Cantalapiedra, Inmaculada; Lacasta Palacio, Ana Maria; Benitez Iglesias, Raul; Gonzalez Cinca, Ricardo
    Participation in a competitive project

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  • Materials research bulletin

     Gonzalez Cinca, Ricardo
    Collaboration in journals

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  • Deterministic versus noisy behavior in sidebranching

     Gonzalez Cinca, Ricardo; Couder, Yves; Maurer, J.; Hernández-Machado, A
    Proceedings of SPIE, the International Society for Optical Engineering
    Date of publication: 2004-05
    Journal article

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  • Effects of Soft-Impingement and Non-Random Nucleation on the Kinetics and Microstructural development of Primary Crystallization

     Bruna Escuer, Pere; Pineda Soler, Eloy; Crespo Artiaga, Daniel; Gonzalez Cinca, Ricardo
    European Congress and Exhibition on Advanced Materials and Processes
    Presentation of work at congresses

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