M.Eng – Mathematical Engineer
Phone: +39 050 882510
Orlando Toscanelli got his Master degree in Aeronautical Engineering (structural branch) at University of Pisa. Since 1994 he works at Scuola Superiore S. Anna (Pisa, Italy) as assistant researcher.
He regards mathematics as a coherent and powerful language that gives the possibility to the human mind to understand and control the physical reality in which we live. With this in mind, he works on mathematical modeling of physical phenomena of industrial interest. His working philosophy is based on the understanding of physics, writing of a robust and consistent mathematical formulation and implementing of suitable numerical algorithms. The aim is obtain a virtual counterpart of the real case to use to study, test and design. Commercial and own software are used for this purpose in a variety of cases, structural, thermal, chemical and fluid-dynamics.
List of Publications
Numerical Experiments on Deconvolution Applied to LES in the Modeling of Turbulent Flow Inproceedings
Proc. of the European COMSOL Conference 2013, pp. –, COMSOL Inc., Rotterdam, 2013.
Mathematical Modelling of Plastic Deformation Process with an Eulerian Approach Inproceedings
-, pp. –, COMSOL Inc., Milano, 2012.
The Effect of the Dispersion Term on Flux of a Fluid in Permeable Media Inproceedings
Proceedings of the Comsol Coference 2011, pp. –, COMSOL Inc., Stuttgard, 2011.
Equation-Based Modeling: The Structural Contact Problem Solved By the Velocity Approach Inproceedings
-, pp. –, COMSOL Inc., Parigi, 2010.
Finite Element Simulation of Hot Cross Wedge Rolling of steel products Inproceedings
2010 Fourth UKSim European Symposium on Computer Modelling and Simulation, pp. 546–551, IEEE Computer Society, Pisa, 2010.
Equation-Based Modelling: True Large Strain, Large Displacement and Anand's Plasticity Model with The ComSol Deformed Mesh Module Inproceedings
Proc. of the European COMSOL Conference 2009, pp. –, COMSOL Inc., Milano, Italia, 2009.
Thresholded neural networks for sensitive industrial classification tasks Inproceedings
Bio-Inspired Systems: Computational and Ambient Intelligence, pp. 1320–1327, Springer, Salamanca, Spagna, 2009.