International Center for Numerical Methods in Engineering
Solutions in engineering
The CIMNE is an autonomous research centre dedicated to promoting advances in the development and application of numerical methods and computational techniques for the solution of engineering problems in an international context.
The centre’s activities involve a large number of technology-transfer projects in cooperation with over one hundred and fifty businesses and other organisations from all over. The CIMNE’s high level of internationalisation is also remarkable, organising congresses in its sector and a wide rage of training and dissemination activities, such as courses, conferences and publications through its CIMNE Classroom Network, spread throughout 9 countries.
Most representative scientific articles (2005-2009)
|21||3,30||Idelsohn SR., Oñate Ibañez de Navarra E. To mesh or not to mesh. That is the question… Computer methods in applied mechanics and engineering, 2006; 195:4681-4696.|
|16||2,51||Idelsohn SR., Oñate Ibañez de Navarra E., Del Pin F., Calvo N. Fluid-structure interaction using the particle finite element method. Computer methods in applied mechanics and engineering, 2006; 195:2100-2123.|
|16||2,04||Flores FG., Oñate Ibañez de Navarra E. Improvements in the membrane behaviour of the three node rotation-free BST shell triangle using an assumed strain approach. Computer methods in applied mechanics and engineering, 2005; 194:907-932.|
RCI: Relative Citation Impact. Quotient which links publications to the citations of these publications (citations per publication), according to the National Science Indicators (NSI).