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Juan Jose del Coz Díaz

  • PHD Engineer
  • Full Prof.
  • University of Oviedo
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Research interests

OptimizationFinite Volume MethodFinite Element MethodDiscrete Element Methoddesign of experiments methodologynonlinear analysishybrid engineeringcoupling analysisenergy savingsnumerical methods

About

Dr. del Coz-Díaz is Full Professor at the Polytechnical School of Gijon (University of Oviedo). He has 10 years of experience in industrial projects focused on bulk handling, big structures and heavy industries. Also, he has 30 years of research experience in the following fields:hybrid engineering: simulation (FEM, FVM and DEM) and testing. Previously, Dr. Del Coz served as Head of Engineering at TSK Ltd. in Gijon, Spain. Dr. del Coz-Díaz has authored more than 120 research papers, 12 patents. At present, it is Vice-Chancellor at the University of Oviedo in Spain where he teaches "Construction Engineering Plants", a class focused on design of industrial equipments.

Co-authors (114)

Publications (5)

  • Numerical investigation of truck aerodynamics on several classes of infrastructures

    • Alonso-Estébanez A
    • Del Coz Díaz J
    • Lvarez Rabanal F
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  • Polymer waste materials as fillers in polymer mortars: experimental and finite elements simulation

    • Martínez-López M
    • Martínez-Barrera G
    • del Coz-Díaz J
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  • New bidirectional heavy device for launching bridges based on inverted caterpillar mechanism

    • Alonso-Martinez M
    • Del Coz-Diaz J
    • Castro-Fresno D
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  • On the significance of the climate-dataset time resolution in characterising wind-driven rain and simultaneous wind pressure. Part I: scalar approach

    • Pérez-Bella J
    • Domínguez-Hernández J
    • Cano-Suñén E
    • et al.
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  • On the significance of the climate-dataset time resolution in characterising wind-driven rain and simultaneous wind pressure. Part II: directional analysis

    • Pérez-Bella J
    • Domínguez-Hernández J
    • Cano-Suñén E
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Professional experience

Full Prof.

Universidad de Oviedo

January 1991 - Present