Nicola Parolini

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MOX Report on non-matching lattice materials

  A new MOX report entitled “A new fluid-based strategy for the connection of non-matching lattice materials” by Nicola Ferro, Simona Perotto and Matteo Gavazzoni  has appeared in the MOX Report Collection. The report can be donwloaded at the following link: https://www.mate.polimi.it/biblioteca/add/qmox/39-2022.pdf Abstract: We present a new algorithm for the […]

Continuous mixing at ECCOMAS 2022

PhD student Giorgio Negrini has contributed with his talk entitled “Characterization of polymeric mixing processes with non-conforming methods in OpenFOAM“ in the mini-symposium Computational Modelling with OpenFOAM I at the 8th European Congress on Computational Methods in Applied Sciences and Engineering (ECCOMAS Congress 2022). The talk presents the results of the joint […]

New paper on the SUIHTER model published in “Infectious Disease Modeling”

A new open-access paper entitled “Modelling the COVID-19 epidemic and the vaccination campaign in Italy by the SUIHTER model” by Nicola Parolini, Giovanni Ardenghi, Luca Dede and Alfio Quarteroni has been published in the international journal Infectious Disease Modelling. The paper proposes an extension of the SUIHTER model, to analyse […]

Innovative topology optimization techniques for the design of 3D-printable structures and materials

In collaboration with Thales Alenia Space Italia, MOX has developed a new technology based on advanced mathematical algorithms for the topology optimization of mechanical components, in a finite element setting. The resulting configurations are characterized by lightness and high structural performances, while exhibiting free-form features particularly suited for 3D printing […]

High-order hybrid Computational Aero-Acoustics

  In the framework of a joint PhD between the Department of Mechanical Engineering (DMEC) and the Department of Mathematics (DMAT), Alberto Artoni is developing a high-order hybrid Computational Aero-Acoustics simulation tool coupling the spectral element solver SPEED and the OpenFOAM CFD library. The activity involves a multi-disciplinary research group […]

MOX Report on Real-time simulation of parameter-dependent fluid flows

A new MOX report entitled “Real-time simulation of parameter-dependent fluid flows through deep learning-based reduced order models” by Stefania Fresca and Andrea Manzoni  has appeared in the MOX Report Collection. The report can be donwloaded at the following link: https://www.mate.polimi.it/biblioteca/add/qmox/10-2022.pdf   Abstract: Simulating fluid flows in different virtual scenarios is […]

MOX Report on Multi-physics inverse homogenization for the design of innovative cellular materials

A new MOX report entitled “Multi-physics inverse homogenization for the design of innovative cellular materials: application to thermo-mechanical problems” by Matteo Gavazzoni, Nicola Ferro, Simona Perotto and Stefano Foletti has appeared in the MOX Report Collection. The report can be donwloaded at the following link: https://www.mate.polimi.it/biblioteca/add/qmox/01-2022.pdf   Abstract: We present […]

MOX Report on Non-isothermal non-Newtonian fluids: the stationary case

  A new MOX report entitled “Non-isothermal non-Newtonian fluids: the stationary case” by Maurizio Grasselli, Nicola Parolini, Andrea Poiatti and Marco Verani  has appeared in the MOX Report Collection. The report can be donwloaded at the following link: https://www.mate.polimi.it/biblioteca/add/qmox/13-2022.pdf   Abstract: The stationary Navier-Stokes equations for a non-Newtonian incompressible fluid […]