The main idea of this project is to use system identification techniques to find simple mathematical models that describe the dynamics of systems that interact and/or manipulate fluids such as two-phase flow pipelines, buoys or ocean structures.


 Some results of this project are listed below.


González-Olvera, M. A., Torres, L., Hernández-Fontes, J. V., & Mendoza, E. (2021). Time fractional diffusion equation for shipping water events simulation. Chaos, Solitons & Fractals, 143, 110538.


Torres, L., Noguera, J., Guzmán-Vázquez, J. E., Hernández, J., Sanjuan, M., & Palacio-Pérez, A. (2020). Pressure Signal Analysis for the Characterization of High-Viscosity Two-Phase Flows in Horizontal Pipes. Journal of Marine Science and Engineering, 8(12), 1000.


Hernández-Fontes, J. V., Torres, L., Mendoza, E., & Escudero, M. (2020). Identification of the advection-diffusion equation for predicting green water propagation. Ocean Engineering, 214, 107658.


Hernández, J., Galaviz, D. F., Torres, L., Palacio-Pérez, A., Rodríguez-Valdés, A., & Guzmán, J. E. V. (2019). Evolution of High-Viscosity Gas–Liquid Flows as Viewed Through a Detrended Fluctuation Characterization. Processes, 7(11), 822.


Torres, L., Verde, C., & Vázquez-Hernández, O. (2015). Parameter identification of marine risers using Kalman-like observers. Ocean Engineering, 93, 84-97.


Torres, L., Gómez-Aguilar, J. F., Jiménez, J., Mendoza, E., López-Estrada, F. R., & Escobar-Jiménez, R. F. (2017). Parameter identification of periodical signals: Application to measurement and analysis of ocean wave forces. Digital Signal Processing, 69, 59-69.