Publications

Journal Articles

  1. Ledger, P., Gil, A. A Combined Reduced Order-Full Order Methodology for the Solution of 3D Magneto-Mechanical Problems with Application to MRI Scanners International Journal for Numerical Methods in Engineering
  2. Ortigosa, R., Ruiz, D., Gil, A., Donoso, A., Bellido, J. A stabilisation approach for topology optimisation of hyperelastic structures with the SIMP method Computer Methods in Applied Mechanics and Engineering 364 112924
  3. Barroso, G., Gil, A., Ledger, P., Mallett, M., Huerta, A. A regularised-adaptive Proper Generalised Decomposition implementation for coupled magneto-mechanical problems with application to MRI scanners Computer Methods in Applied Mechanics and Engineering 358 112640
  4. Ortigosa, R., Martínez-Frutos, J., Gil, A., Herrero-Pérez, D. A new stabilisation approach for level-set based topology optimisation of hyperelastic materials Structural and Multidisciplinary Optimization
  5. Franke, M., Ortigosa, R., Janz, A., Gil, A., Betsch, P., Gil, A. A mixed variational framework for the design of energy-momentum integration schemes based on convex multi-variable electro-elastodynamics Computer Methods in Applied Mechanics and Engineering
  6. Garcia-Blanco, E., Ortigosa, R., Gil, A., Lee, C., Bonet, J. A new computational framework for electro-activation in cardiac mechanics Computer Methods in Applied Mechanics and Engineering 348 796 845
  7. Lee, C., Gil, A., Ghavamian, A., Bonet, J. A Total Lagrangian upwind Smooth Particle Hydrodynamics algorithm for large strain explicit solid dynamics Computer Methods in Applied Mechanics and Engineering 344 209 250
  8. Seoane, M., Ledger, P., Gil, A., Mallett, M., Ledger, P., Gil, A. An accurate and efficient three‐dimensional high order finite element methodology for the simulation of magneto‐mechanical coupling in MRI scanners International Journal for Numerical Methods in Engineering
  9. Garcia-Blanco, E., Ortigosa, R., Gil, A., Bonet, J. Towards an efficient computational strategy for electro-activation in cardiac mechanics Computer Methods in Applied Mechanics and Engineering 356 220 260
  10. Hassan, O., Ghavamian, A., Lee, C., Gil, A., Bonet, J., Auricchio, F. An upwind vertex centred finite volume algorithm for nearly and truly incompressible explicit fast solid dynamic applications: Total and Updated Lagrangian formulations Journal of Computational Physics: X 3 100025
  11. Poya, R., Gil, A., Ortigosa, R., Palma, R. On a family of numerical models for couple stress based flexoelectricity for continua and beams Journal of the Mechanics and Physics of Solids 125 613 652
  12. Haider, J., Lee, C., Gil, A., Huerta, A., Bonet, J., Lee, C. An upwind cell centred Total Lagrangian finite volume algorithm for nearly incompressible explicit fast solid dynamic applications Computer Methods in Applied Mechanics and Engineering 340 684 727
  13. Ortigosa, R., Franke, M., Janz, A., Gil, A., Betsch, P., Gil, A., Martinez, R. An energy–momentum time integration scheme based on a convex multi-variable framework for non-linear electro-elastodynamics Computer Methods in Applied Mechanics and Engineering 339 1 35
  14. Yang, L., Gil, A., Carreño, A., Bonet, J. Unified one-fluid formulation for incompressible flexible solids and multiphase flows: Application to hydrodynamics using the immersed structural potential method (ISPM) International Journal for Numerical Methods in Fluids 86 1 78 106
  15. Bagwell, S., Ledger, P., Gil, A., Mallett, M., Ledger, P., Gil, A. Transient solutions to nonlinear acousto-magneto-mechanical coupling for axisymmetric MRI scanner design International Journal for Numerical Methods in Engineering 115 2 209 237
  16. Poya, R., Gil, A., Ortigosa, R., Sevilla, R., Bonet, J., Wall, W. A curvilinear high order finite element framework for electromechanics: From linearised electro-elasticity to massively deformable dielectric elastomers Computer Methods in Applied Mechanics and Engineering
  17. Poya, R., Gil, A., Ortigosa, R. A high performance data parallel tensor contraction framework: Application to coupled electro-mechanics Computer Physics Communications
  18. Haider, J., Lee, C., Gil, A., Bonet, J., Lee, C. A first-order hyperbolic framework for large strain computational solid dynamics: An upwind cell centred Total Lagrangian scheme International Journal for Numerical Methods in Engineering 109 3 407 456
  19. Lee, C., Gil, A., Hassan, O., Bonet, J., Kulasegaram, S., Lee, C. A variationally consistent Streamline Upwind Petrov–Galerkin Smooth Particle Hydrodynamics algorithm for large strain solid dynamics Computer Methods in Applied Mechanics and Engineering 318 514 536
  20. Bagwell, S., Ledger, P., Gil, A., Mallett, M., Kruip, M. A linearised hp-finite element framework for acousto-magneto-mechanical coupling in axisymmetric MRI scanners International Journal for Numerical Methods in Engineering 112 10 1323 1352
  21. Ortigosa, R., Gil, A. A computational framework for incompressible electromechanics based on convex multi-variable strain energies for geometrically exact shell theory Computer Methods in Applied Mechanics and Engineering 317 792 816
  22. Hesch, C., Gil, A., Ortigosa, R., Dittmann, M., Bilgen, C., Betsch, P., Franke, M., Janz, A., Weinberg, K., Gil, A. A framework for polyconvex large strain phase-field methods to fracture Computer Methods in Applied Mechanics and Engineering 317 649 683
  23. Sevilla, R., Gil, A., Weberstadt, M. A high-order stabilised ALE finite element formulation for the Euler equations on deformable domains Computers & Structures 181 89 102
  24. Lee, C., Gil, A., Greto, G., Kulasegaram, S., Bonet, J., Lee, C. A new Jameson–Schmidt–Turkel Smooth Particle Hydrodynamics algorithm for large strain explicit fast dynamics Computer Methods in Applied Mechanics and Engineering 311 71 111
  25. Ortigosa, R., Gil, A., Lee, C., Lee, C. A computational framework for large strain nearly and truly incompressible electromechanics based on convex multi-variable strain energies Computer Methods in Applied Mechanics and Engineering 310 297 334
  26. Ortigosa, R., Gil, A. A new framework for large strain electromechanics based on convex multi-variable strain energies: Conservation laws, hyperbolicity and extension to electro-magneto-mechanics Computer Methods in Applied Mechanics and Engineering 309 202 242
  27. Poya, R., Sevilla, R., Gil, A. A unified approach for a posteriori high-order curved mesh generation using solid mechanics Computational Mechanics 58 3 457 490
  28. Bonet, J., Gil, A., Ortigosa, R. On a tensor cross product based formulation of large strain solid mechanics International Journal of Solids and Structures
  29. Gil, A., Ortigosa, R. A new framework for large strain electromechanics based on convex multi-variable strain energies: Variational formulation and material characterisation Computer Methods in Applied Mechanics and Engineering 302 293 328
  30. Ortigosa, R., Gil, A. A new framework for large strain electromechanics based on convex multi-variable strain energies: Finite Element discretisation and computational implementation Computer Methods in Applied Mechanics and Engineering 302 329 360
  31. Gil, A., Lee, C., Bonet, J., Ortigosa, R., Lee, C. A first order hyperbolic framework for large strain computational solid dynamics. Part II: Total Lagrangian compressible, nearly incompressible and truly incompressible elasticity Computer Methods in Applied Mechanics and Engineering 300 146 181
  32. Jin, D., Ledger, P., Gil, A., Ledger, P., Gil, A. hp-Finite element solution of coupled stationary magnetohydrodynamics problems including magnetostrictive effects Computers & Structures 164 161 180
  33. Bonet, J., Gil, A., Ortigosa, R. A computational framework for polyconvex large strain elasticity Computer Methods in Applied Mechanics and Engineering 283 1061 1094
  34. Bonet, J., Gil, A., Lee, C., Aguirre, M., Ortigosa, R., Lee, C. A first order hyperbolic framework for large strain computational solid dynamics. Part I: Total Lagrangian isothermal elasticity Computer Methods in Applied Mechanics and Engineering 283 689 732
  35. Ortigosa, R., Gil, A., Bonet, J., Hesch, C. A computational framework for polyconvex large strain elasticity for geometrically exact beam theory Computational Mechanics
  36. Aguirre, M., Gil, A., Bonet, J., Lee, C. An upwind vertex centred Finite Volume solver for Lagrangian solid dynamics Journal of Computational Physics 300 387 422
  37. Poya, R., Gil, A., Ledger, P. A computational framework for the analysis of linear piezoelectric beams using hp-FEM Computers & Structures 152 155 172
  38. Ledger, P., Gil, A., Poya, R., Kruip, M., Wilkinson, I., Bagwell, S., Ledger, P., Gil, A., Poya, R. Solution of an industrially relevant coupled magneto–mechanical problem set on an axisymmetric domain Applied Mathematical Modelling 40 3 1959 1971
  39. Abd. Karim, I., Hean Lee, C., J. Gil, A., Bonet, J., Gil, A., Lee, C. A two-step Taylor-Galerkin formulation for fast dynamics Engineering Computations 31 3 366 387
  40. Lee, C., Gil, A., Bonet, J., Lee, C. Development of a stabilised Petrov–Galerkin formulation for conservation laws in Lagrangian fast solid dynamics Computer Methods in Applied Mechanics and Engineering 268 40 64
  41. Jin, D., Ledger, P., Gil, A., Ledger, P., Gil, A. An hp-fem framework for the simulation of electrostrictive and magnetostrictive materials Computers & Structures 133 131 148
  42. Gil, A., Lee, C., Bonet, J., Aguirre, M. A stabilised Petrov–Galerkin formulation for linear tetrahedral elements in compressible, nearly incompressible and truly incompressible fast dynamics Computer Methods in Applied Mechanics and Engineering 276 659 690
  43. Hesch, C., Gil, A., Arranz Carreño, A., Bonet, J., Betsch, P., Bonet, J., Gil, A., Arranz Carreno, A. A mortar approach for fluid–structure interaction problems: Immersed strategies for deformable and rigid bodies Computer Methods in Applied Mechanics and Engineering
  44. Lee, C., Gil, A., Bonet, J., Lee, C. Development of a cell centred upwind finite volume algorithm for a new conservation law formulation in structural dynamics Computers & Structures 118 13 38
  45. Gil, A., Carreño, A., Bonet, J., Hassan, O., Bonet, J., Hassan, O., Gil, A., Arranz Carreno, A. An enhanced Immersed Structural Potential Method for fluid–structure interaction Journal of Computational Physics 250 1 178 205
  46. Aguirre, M., Gil, A., Bonet, J., Carreño, A., Arranz Carreno, A. A vertex centred Finite Volume Jameson–Schmidt–Turkel (JST) algorithm for a mixed conservation formulation in solid dynamics Journal of Computational Physics 259 672 699
  47. Hesch, C., Gil, A., Carreño, A., Bonet, J., Bonet, J., Gil, A., Arranz Carreno, A. On continuum immersed strategies for Fluid–Structure Interaction Computer Methods in Applied Mechanics and Engineering 247-248 51 64
  48. Gil, A., Ledger, P., Ledger, P., Gil, A. A coupled hp-finite element scheme for the solution of two-dimensional electrostrictive materials International Journal for Numerical Methods in Engineering 91 11 1158
  49. Scarpa, F., Adhikari, S., Gil, A., Remillat, C., Adhikari, S. The bending of single layer graphene sheets: the lattice versus continuum approach Nanotechnology 21 12
  50. Bonet, J., Hassan, O., Gil, A. A discrete geometric conservation law (DGCL) for a cell vertex finite-volume algorithm on moving domains International Journal for Numerical Methods in Biomedical Engineering
  51. Bonet, J., Gil, A. Finite element superplastic forming (FE-SPF) of patient-specific maxillofacial prostheses International Journal for Numerical Methods in Biomedical Engineering
  52. Bonet, J., Gil, A., Adhikari, S. The formation of wrinkles in single-layer graphene sheets under nanoindentation Journal of Physics: Condensed Matter
  53. Hassan, O., Bonet, J., Gil, A., Wood, C. Partitioned block-Gauss–Seidel coupling for dynamic fluid–structure interaction Computers & Structures 88 23-24 1367 1382
  54. Gil, A., Carreño, A., Bonet, J., Hassan, O., Hassan, O., Gil, A., Arranz Carreno, A. The Immersed Structural Potential Method for haemodynamic applications Journal of Computational Physics 229 22 8613 8641
  55. Curiel Sosa, J., Gil, A. Analysis of a continuum-based beam element in the framework of explicit-FEM Finite Elements in Analysis and Design 45 8-9 583 591
  56. Hassan, O., Morgan, K., Gil, A. The simulation of 3D unsteady incompressible flows with moving boundaries on unstructured meshes Computers & Fluids 37 5 620 631
  57. Wood, C., Gil, A., Hassan, O., Bonet, J., Bonet, J., Hassan, O., Gil, A., Wood, C. A partitioned coupling approach for dynamic fluid–structure interaction with applications to biological membranes International Journal for Numerical Methods in Fluids 57 5 555 581
  58. Gil, A., Bonet, J. Finite Element Analysis of partly wrinkled reinforced prestressed membranes Computational Mechanics 40 3 595 615
  59. Gil, A., Bonet, J. Finite element analysis of prestressed structural membranes Finite Elements in Analysis and Design 42 8-9 683 697
  60. Gil, A. Structural analysis of prestressed Saint Venant–Kirchhoff hyperelastic membranes subjected to moderate strains Computers & Structures 84 15-16 1012
  61. Bonet, J., Gil, A., Wood, R., Said, R., Curtis, R. Simulating superplastic forming Computer Methods in Applied Mechanics and Engineering 195 48-49 6580
  62. Gil, A., Zhang, Z., Hassan, O., Morgan, K., Hassan, O., Gil, A. Parallel Multigrid Detached Eddy Simulation Algorithm for Three-Dimensional Unsteady Incompressible Flows on Unstructured Meshes Journal of Aerospace Engineering 19 4 271

Books

  1. Bonet, J., Gil, A., Wood, R. Nonlinear Solid Mechanics for Finite Element Analysis: Statics Cambridge University Press
  2. Bonet, J., Gil, A., Wood, R. Worked examples in Nonlinear Continuum Mechanics for Finite Element Analysis Cambridge Cambridge University Press
  3. Curtis, R., Majo, D., Soo, S., Disilvio, L., Gil, A., Wood, R., Atwood, R., Said, R., Gil, A. Dental Biomaterials
  4. Wood, R., Curtis, R., Bonet, J., Said, R., Gil, A., Garriga-Majo, D., Li, X., Gil, A. Computer simulation of superplastic forming in restorative dentistry

Conference Contributions

  1. Aguirre, M., Gil, A., Bonet, J., Lee, C., Gil, A. Development of an efficient unstructured Finite Volume solver for anew conservation lawinfast structural dynamics
  2. Aguirre, M., Gil, A., Bonet, J., Lee, C., Gil, A. An unstructured finite volume solver for a new conservation law in fast transient dynamics
  3. Gil, A., Carreño, A., Bonet, J., Wood, C., Gil, A. An enhanced Immersed Structural Potential Method (ISPM) for the simulation of Fluid-Structure Interaction Problems
  4. Bonet, J., Ortigosa, R., Gil, A., Gil, A. A new variational framework for large strain piezoelectric hyperelastic materials