Mondragon Unibertsitatea’s open access repository provides you with full text access to the documents produced by University members, as result of the academic, research and institutional activity. Its purpose is to increase the visibility of University´s scientific and teaching production, to spread its impact and to assure its preservation.

You can find PhD theses, Bachelor theses, didactic material, University publications, working papers, preprints, post-prints, articles, proceedings, institutional documentation, etc.

  • Aesthetic interaction consistency: exploring the foundation for static and dynamic aesthetics 

    González Ochoantesana, Itsaso; Val Jauregi, Esther; Justel Lozano, Daniel; Iriarte Azpiazu, Ion; Lasa Erle, Ganix (The Design Society, 2018)
    Aesthetics is a powerful means for creating consistency across a product range. During the design process consistency is subject to risk. The existing tools do not integrate static as well as dynamic approaches. This paper ...
  • Fretting : review on the numerical simulation and modelling of wear, fatigue and fracture 

    Llavori Osa, Iñigo; Esnaola Ramos, Jon Ander; Zabala Eguren, Alaitz; Larrañaga Serna, Miren; Gómez Rodríguez, Xabier (InTech Europe, 2018)
  • Evaluating inclusivity using quantitative personas 

    González de Heredia López de Sabando, Arantxa (Design Research Society DRS, 2018)
    Exclusion assessment is a powerful method for assessing inclusivity in a quantitative way. However, its focus on capability data makes it difficult to consider the effect of other factors such as different ways of using a ...
  • An ad-hoc fretting wear tribotester design for thin steel wires 

    Llavori Osa, Iñigo; Zabala Eguren, Alaitz; Tato Vega, Wilson; Aginagalde López, Andrea; Gómez Rodríguez, Xabier (EDP Sciences, 2018)
    Steel wire ropes experience fretting wear damage when the rope runs over a sheave promoting an oscillatory motion between the wires. Consequently, wear scars appear between the contacting wires leading to an ...
  • Definición de una metodología optimizada para la simulación del desgaste en materiales 

    Cruzado García, Aitor; Zabala Eguren, Alaitz; Gómez Rodríguez, Xabier (Consejo Superior de Investigaciones Científicas (CSIC), 2010)
    The wear simulation with finite element method (FEM) presents great advantages for the improvement of components, because of the reduction in the cost in comparison to the experimental procedure (test time, materials, ...

View more