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  • Iber v3: manual de referencia e interfaz de usuario de las nuevas implementaciones 

    Sanz Ramos, Marcos; Cea Gómez, Luis; Bladé i Castellet, Ernest; Lopez Gomez, David; Sañudo Costoya, Esteban; Corestein Poupeau, Georgina; García Alén, Gonzalo; Aragón Hernández, José Luis (International Centre for Numerical Methods in Engineering (CIMNE), 2022)
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    Iber is a two-dimensional hydraulic model for the simulation of free surface flow in rivers and estuaries, and the simulation of environmental processes in fluvial hydraulics. Since the release of the first version of Iber, ...
  • Benchmarking of the Iber capabilities for 2D free surface flow modelling 

    Cea Gómez, Luis; Bladé i Castellet, Ernest; Sanz Ramos, Marcos; Fraga, Ignacio; Sañudo Costoya, Esteban; García-Leal, Orlando; Gómez-Gesteira, Moncho; González-Cao, José (2020)
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    Iber is a software for simulating turbulent free surface unsteady flow and transport processes in shallow water flows. The hydrodynamic module of Iber solves the depth averaged two-dimensional shallow water equations (2D ...
  • Análisis de las necesidades de inversión en renovación de las infraestructuras del ciclo urbano del agua 

    Pérez Zabaleta, Amelia; Gracia de Rentería, Pilar; Ballesteros, Mario; Pérez Foguet, Agustí; Ezbakhe, Fatine; Guerra-Librero Castilla, Andrés (Universidad Nacional de Educación a Distancia (UNED), 2019)
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    Esta publicación, fruto del convenio de colaboración entre la Universidad Nacional de Educación a Distancia y la Asociación Española de Abastecimientos de Agua y Saneamiento, tiene como objetivo conocer las necesidades de ...
  • Iber applications basic guide: two-dimensional modelling of free surface shallow water flows 

    Cea, Luis; Bladé i Castellet, Ernest; Sanz Ramos, Marcos; Bermúdez Pita, Maria; Mateos Alonso, Ángel (2019)
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    This is a basic tutorial of Iber, aimed at new users who want to acquire a basic knowledge of the software. It is not intended to cover all the software’s capabilities, but rather to give a flavour of the typical applications ...