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  • Oscillatory convection in rotating spherical shells: low Prandtl number and non-slip boundary conditions 

    García González, Fernando; Sánchez Umbría, Juan; Dormy, Emmanuel; Net Marcé, Marta (2015-10-01)
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    A five-degree model, which reproduces faithfully the sequence of bifurcations and the type of solutions found through numerical simulations of the three-dimensional Boussinesq thermal convection equations in rotating ...
  • Corrigendum: particle production from marginally trapped surfaces of general spacetimes 

    Senovilla, José MM; Torres Herrera, Ramon (2015-08-24)
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    We correct some computations presented in section 4.2 of the article (Class. Quantum Grav. {\bf 32} (2015) 085004), concerning the Kerr-Vaidya space-time. The correct, new results, do support the claims in the paper.
  • Mathematical modeling of different molecule removal on on-line haemodiafiltration. Influence of dialysis duration and infusion flow 

    Maduell, Francesc; Sánchez Umbría, Juan; Net Marcé, Marta; Gómez, Miquel; González, Josep Maria; Arias, Marta; Rodriguez, Nestor; Rico, N.; Campistol, Josep (2015-02-01)
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    Background: In a previous study on a nocturnal, every-other-day online haemodiafiltration scheme, different removal patterns were observed for urea, creatinine, ß2-¿microglobulin, myoglobin and prolactin. The aim of this ...
  • Understanding coastal morphodynamic patterns from depth-averaged sediment concentration 

    Ribas Prats, Francesca; Falqués Serra, Albert; de Swart, Huib E.; Dodd, Nicholas; Garnier, Roland Charles; Calvete Manrique, Daniel (2015)
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    This review highlights the important role of the depth-averaged sediment concentration (DASC) to understand the formation of a number of coastal morphodynamic features that have an alongshore rhythmic pattern: beach ...
  • On the quantum corrected gravitational collapse 

    Torres Herrera, Ramon; Fayos Vallés, Francisco (Elsevier, 2015-06-09)
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    Based on a previously found general class of quantum improved exact solutions composed of non-interacting (dust) particles, we model the gravitational collapse of stars. As the modeled star collapses a closed apparent ...
  • Lifted temperature minimum during the atmospheric evening transition 

    Blay-Carreras, Estel; Pardyjak, Eric; Pino González, David; Hoch, Sebastian; Cuxart Rodamillans, Joan; Martínez, Daniel; Reuder, Joachim (2015-06-29)
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    Observations of lifted temperature minimum (LTM) profiles in the nocturnal boundary layer were first reported in 1932. It was defined by the existence of a temperature minimum some centimetres above the ground. During the ...
  • Turbulence vertical structure of the boundary layer during the afternoon transition 

    Darbieu, Clara; Lohou, Fabienne; Lothon, Marie; Vilà Guerau de Arellano, Jordi; Couvreux, Fleur; Durand, Pierre; Pino González, David; Patton, Edward; Nilsson, Erik; Blay-Carreras, Estel; Gioli, Beniamino (2015-09-09)
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    We investigate the decay of planetary boundary layer (PBL) turbulence in the afternoon, from the time the surface buoyancy flux starts to decrease until sunset. Dense observations of mean and turbulent parameters ...
  • Continuation of bifurcations of periodic orbits for large-scale systems 

    Net Marcé, Marta; Sánchez Umbría, Juan (2015-01-01)
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    A methodology to track bifurcations of periodic orbits in large-scale dissipative systems depending on two parameters is presented. It is based on the application of iterative Newton-Krylov techniques to extended systems. ...
  • Numerical continuation in classical mechanics and thermodynamics 

    Gimenez, Aleix; chausse, victor; Meseguer Serrano, Álvaro (2015-01-01)
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    In this paper, modern numerical continuation methodologies are presented as a way of understanding and computing multiplicity of solutions in undergraduate physics problems. Mechanical and thermodynamical problems are used ...
  • Onshore sandbar migration in the surf zone: new insights into the wave-induced sediment transport mechanisms 

    Fernández Mora, María de los Ángeles; Calvete Manrique, Daniel; Falqués Serra, Albert; de Swart, Huib E. (2015-04-28)
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    We present a novel process-based morphodynamic model, which includes transport processes due to both velocity and acceleration skewness and a new formulation for intrawave motions, that successfully simulates observations ...

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