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Lorenzo Tamellini: IGA-based multi-index stochastic collocation for elliptic PDEs with random data

When and where Thursday 17 October 2019, 12:00 Sala Consiglio, INM Headquarters Rome Abstract In many engineering applications governed by PDEs, the parameters of the equation (coefficients, forcing terms, boundary and initial conditions, shape of the domain) are not known exactly but rather affected by a certain degree of uncertainty, and can be described as …

Kevin J. Maki: Generation of short-time window environments that lead to extreme loads on marine structures

When and where Thursday 20 June 2019, 12:00 Sala Consiglio, INM Headquarters Rome Abstract Ships and offshore platforms are designed to perform well in typical sea conditions, but they must also survive the most extreme conditions that will be encountered during the their lifetime.  The analysis of the largest wave loads is challenging because of …

Marine robotics and ICT technologies for port water monitoring

Genoa Port Center, Magazzini del Cotone – Genova: 28 maggio 2019, h. 11:00 Il seminario, organizzato nell’ambito delle attività finanziate dalla Commissione Europea, Affari marittimi, per lo European Maritime Day – EMD (https://ec.europa.eu/maritimeaffairs/maritimeday/en), si terrà in collaborazione tra CNR-INM e Genoa Port Center, e sarà incentrato sulla robotica marina e sulle tecnologie ICT per il …

EMD19 and MATRAC – ACP

Marine robotics and ICT technologies for port water monitoring Presso il Genoa Port Center, Magazzini del Cotone, nell’ambito dell’European Maritime Day 2019 – EMD in my Country 2019, lo scorso 28 maggio Massimo Caccia, Senior Researcher presso INM di Genova ha presentato il progetto MATRAC – ACP, con un intervento sulla robotica marina e le …

Alexander Korobkin: Cavitation and ventilation during water entry and exit

When and where Thursday 18 April 2019, 12:00, Sala Consiglio, INM Rome HQ Abstract First part of the presentation will be about the pressure distributions over the wetted surfaces of a parabolic contour in 2D and an elliptic paraboloid in 3D for oblique water impact. The pressures are calculated within the Wagner model of water …

Jeroen Wackers: Adaptive grid refinement and its use for mesh convergence studies

When and where Thursday 21 February 2019, 12:00 Sala Consiglio, INM Headquarters Rome Abstract Adaptive grid refinement is the technique of locally refining a part of a computational mesh, during the simulation, according to the requirements of the solution being computed. My research concerns the creation of such methods which are powerful enough to function …