Francisco Alhama
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Francisco Alhama
authored at least 10 papers
between 2005 and 2014.
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2014
FATSIMA: An educational tool based on electrical analogy and the code PSPICE to simulate fluid flow and solute transport processes.
Comp. Applic. in Engineering Education, 2014
Dimensionless characterization of salt intrusion benchmark scenarios in anisotropic media.
Applied Mathematics and Computation, 2014
2012
New additional conditions for the numerical uniqueness of the Boussinesq and Timpe solutions of elasticity problems.
Int. J. Comput. Math., 2012
Application of the network method to simulate elastostatic problems defined by potential functions. Applications to axisymmetrical hollow bodies.
Int. J. Comput. Math., 2012
The network method for a fast and reliable solution of ordinary differential equations: Applications to nonlinear oscillators.
Computers & Electrical Engineering, 2012
An efficient and reliable model based on network method to simulate CO_{2} corrosion with protective iron carbonate films.
Computers & Chemical Engineering, 2012
2011
An efficient and reliable model to simulate microscopic mechanical friction in the FrenkelKontorovaTomlinson model.
Computer Physics Communications, 2011
2008
A powerful and versatile educational software to simulate transient heat transfer processes in simple fins.
Comp. Applic. in Engineering Education, 2008
2007
Densitydriven flow and solute transport problems. A 2D numerical model based on the network simulation method.
Computer Physics Communications, 2007
2005
Numerical solution of the heat conduction equation with the electrothermal analogy and the code PSPICE.
Applied Mathematics and Computation, 2005