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JOURNALS

Papers published in major ICT journals.

PaperAuthorsJournalVol./No.Date
Finite element computation of elliptical vocal tract impedances using the two-microphone transfer function method

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M. Arnela and O. GuaschJournal of the Acoustical Society of Americavol. 133, no.6, pp.4197-4209June, 2013
Influence of Vortical Flow Structures on the Glottal Jet Location in the Supraglottal Region

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S. Kniesburges, C. Hesselmann, S. Becker, E. Schlücker and M. DöllingerJournal of Voicevol. 27, no.5, pp. 531-544September, 2013
Effects of head geometry simplifications on acoustic radiation of vowel sounds based on time-domain finite-element simulations

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M. Arnela, O. Guasch and F. AlíasJournal of the Acoustical Society of Americavol. 134 no.4, pp. 2946-2954October, 2013
Two-dimensional vocal tracts with three-dimensional behavior in the numerical generation of vowels

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M. Arnela and O. GuaschJournal of the Acoustical Society of Americavol. 135 no.1 pp. 369-379January, 2014
A Sommerfeld non-reflecting boundary condition for the wave equation in mixed form

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H. Espinoza, R. Codina and S. BadiaComputer Methods in Applied Mechanics and Engineeringvol. 276, pp. 122-148July, 2014
Stability, convergence and accuracy of stabilized finite element methods for the wave equation in mixed form

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S. Badia, R. Codina and H. EspinozaSIAM Journal on Numerical Analysis52(4), pp.1729–1752July, 2014
The role of initial flow conditions for sibilant fricative production

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A. Van Hirtum, Y. Fujiso and K. NozakiJournal of the Acoustical Society of Americavol. 136, nº 6, pp. 2922–2925December, 2014
Effects of higher order propagation modes in vocal tract like geometries

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R. Blandin, M. Arnela, R. Laboissière, X. Pelorson, O. Guasch, A. Van Hirtum and X. LavalJournal of the Acoustical Society of America137 (2), pp. 832–843February, 2015
Weak imposition of essential boundary conditions in the finite element approximation of elliptic problems

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R. Codina and J.BaigesInternational Journal for Numerical Methods in Engineeringvol. 104, no. 7, pp. 624–65416 November, 2015
Towards sibilant physical speech screening using oral tract volume reconstruction: Some preliminary observations

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Y. Fujiso a, K. Nozaki, and A. Van HirtumApplied Acoustics96, pp. 101-10701 September, 2015
Deformation of a Circular Elastic Tube between Two Parallel Bars: Quasi-Analytical Geometrical Ring Models

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A. Van HirtumMathematical Problems in Engineering2015, Article ID 547492, 15 pages21 April, 2015
Phase-locked flow field analysis in a synthetic human larynx model

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A. Lodermeyer , S. Becker, M. Döllinger and S. KniesburgesExperiments in FluidsVol. 56, No. 4, pp. 1-1301 April, 2015
Tailoring biomechanical model meshes for aero-acoustic simulations

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E. Widing and Ö. EkebergComputer Methods in Biomechanics and Biomedical Engineering: Imaging & Visualization(online)30 June, 2015
On some time marching schemes for the stabilized finite element approximation of the mixed wave equation

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H. Espinoza, R. Codina, and S. BadiaComputer Methods in Applied Mechanics and Engineeringvol. 296, pp. 295-32601 November, 2015
A setup to study aero-acoustics for finite length ducts with time-varying shape

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A. Van Hirtum, R. Blandin and X. Pelorson Applied Acoustics105, pp. 83-9201 April, 2016
Validation of an analytical compressed elastic tube model for acoustic wave propagation

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A. Van Hirtum, R. Blandin and X. PelorsonJournal of Applied Physicsvol.118, num.22, pp.TBD-TBD14 December, 2015
A Stabilized Finite Element Method for the Mixed Wave Equation in an ALE Framework With Application to Diphthong Production

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O. Guasch, M. Arnela, R. Codina and H. Espinoza Acta Acustica united with AcusticaVol. 102, No. 1, pp. 94-10601 February, 2016
Modeling of aerodynamic interaction between vocal folds and vocal tract during production of a vowel–voiceless plosive–vowel sequence

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L. Delebecque, X. Pelorson and D. Beautemps Journal of the Acoustical Society of Americavol.139, num. 1, pp 350-36001 January, 2016
Residual-based stabilization of the finite element approximation to the acoustic perturbation equations for low Mach number aeroacoustics

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O. Guasch, P. Sánchez-Martín, A. Pont, J. Baiges and R. CodinaInternational Journal for Numerical Methods in Fluidsdoi:10.1002/fld.424318 April, 2016
Concurrent finite element simulation of quadrupolar and dipolar flow noise in low Mach number aeroacoustics

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O. Guasch, A. Pont, J. Baiges and R. Codina Computers & Fluidsvol. 133, pp. 129–13915 July, 2016
Variational multi-scale finite element approximation of the compressible Navier-Stokes equations

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C. Bayona, J. Baiges and R Codina International Journal of Numerical Methods for Heat & Fluid Flowvol. 26, Iss:3/5, pp. 1240-1271May, 2016
Influence of lips on the production of vowels based on finite element simulations and experiments

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M. Arnela,R. Blandin, S. Dabbaghchian, O. Guasch, F. Alías, X. Pelorson5, A. Van Hirtum5 and O. EngwallJournal of the Acoustical Society of America139 (5), pp. 2852-285919 May, 2016
Towards a parameter-free method for high Reynolds number turbulent flow simulation based on adaptive finite element approximation

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J. Hoffman, J. Jansson, N. Jansson and R. Vilela De AbreuComputer Methods in Applied Mechanics and Engineeringvol. 288, pp. 60–7401 May, 2016