Browsing by Author "Institute of Mathematics & Physics (ADT)"

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  • Oechsner, A.; Mishuris, Gennady (2007-10)
    A thin soft elasto-plastic interphase between two different media is under consideration. The intermediate layer is assumed to be of infinitesimal thickness and is modelled by non-linear transmission conditions which ...
  • Bisi, M. M.; Jackson, B. V.; Clover, J. M.; Manoharan, P. K.; Tokumaru, M.; Hick, P. P.; Buffington, A. (2009-12-10)
    Interplanetary scintillation (IPS) remote-sensing observations provide a view of the solar wind covering a wide range of heliographic latitudes and heliocentric distances from the Sun between ~0.1 AU and 3.0 AU. Such ...
  • Finlayson, Christopher Edward; Spahn, Peter; Snoswell, David R. E.; Yates, Gabrielle; Kontogeorgos, Andreas; Haines, Andrew I.; Hellmann, G. Peter; Baumberg, Jeremy J. (2011-02-22)
    A breakthrough in the field of large area photonic structures is reported, based on permanent ordering of solid polymeric films of sub-micrometer spheres by edge rotational-shearing. The resulting high-quality polymer opal ...
  • Jackson, B. V.; Hick, P. P.; Buffington, A.; Bisi, M. M.; Clover, J. M.; Hamilton, M. S.; Tokumaru, M.; Fujiki, K. (2010-03-01)
    The Solar Mass Ejection Imager (SMEI) observes the increased brightness from the density enhancements behind interplanetary shocks that are also observed in situ near the Earth. We use the University of California, San ...
  • Breen, A. R.; Dorrian, G. D.; Bisi, M. M.; Davis, C. J.; Fallows, R. A.; Morgan, H.; Harrison, R. A. (2007-12-01)
    Ground-based measurements of interplanetary scintillation (IPS) have been used to study the solar wind for many years, but interpretation of the results has always been rendered more difficult by uncertainty about the ...
  • Argatov, I.; Daniels, A. U.; Mishuris, G.; Ronken, S.; Wirz, D. (2013)
    In recent years, dynamic indentation tests have been shown to be useful both in identification of mechanical properties of biological tissues (such as articular cartilage) and assessing their viability. We consider ...
  • Cosgriff, E. C.; Nellist, P. D.; Hirsch, P. B.; Zhou, Z.; Cockayne, D. J. H. (2010)
    This paper presents annular dark-field scanning transmission electron microscope image simulations of a screw dislocation viewed end-on in a thin single crystal of Mo, taking into account surface relaxation (the Eshelby ...
  • Habbal, Shadia R.; Druckmuller, M.; Morgan, H.; Ding, A. (2012-01-01)
    Space-based observations, starting in the late sixties and early seventies, established the frontier for exploring coronal emission (from the Sun and stars) in the ultraviolet, extreme ultraviolet and x-rays. Recently, ...
  • Hennet, L.; Cristiglio, V.; Kozaily, J.; Pozdnyakova, I.; Fischer, H. E.; Bytchkov, A.; Drewitt, J. W. E.; Leydier, M.; Thiaudière, D.; Gruner, S.; Brassamin, S.; Zanghi, D.; Cuello, G. J.; Koza, M.; Magazù, S.; Greaves, G. N.; Price, D. L. (2011-05-30)
    Aerodynamic levitation is an effective way to suspend samples which can be heated with CO2 lasers. The advantages of this containerless technique are the simplicity and compactness of the device, making it possible to ...
  • Langstaff, David Philip; Gunn, Matthew David; Greaves, George Neville; Marsing, Andreas; Kargl, Florian (2013-12-05)
    The development of novel contactless aerodynamic laser heated levitation techniques is reported that enable thermophysical properties of refractory liquids to be measured in-situ in the solid, liquid and supercooled liquid ...
  • Taroyan, Youra (2009-03-20)
    A new magnetohydrodynamic (MHD) instability in coronal loops is presented. It is demonstrated that small-amplitude torsional Alfvénic disturbances generated by random photospheric motions are inevitably amplified in ...
  • Taroyan, Youra (Springer Verlag Berlin Heidelberg, 2012)
    Since their discovery, Alfvén waves have been studied in relation to the formation of spicules, the acceleration of the solar wind and the heating of the solar atmospehre. It is shown that under certain conditions magnetic ...
  • Taroyan, Youra (2008-12-08)
    A new ideal magnetohydrodynamic instability is presented. It is shown that linear incompressible Alfvénic disturbances can get over-reflected and exponentially amplified in compressible plasma flows. A simple and transparent ...
  • Taroyan, Youra (2011-08-29)
    An application of a recently discovered MHD instability to an open magnetic flux tube is investigated. The flux tube is gravitationally stratified and permeated by a smooth subsonic and sub-Alfvenic isothermal flow. The ...
  • Lloyd, Noel G.; Pearson, Jane M.; Hill, Joe M. (2007-07-01)
    This paper is concerned with obtaining the conditions under which the origin is an isochronous centre for certain planar polynomial systems. The necessity of these conditions is proved using a computer implementation of ...
  • Wilding, Martin (Springer Verlag, 2008-01-01)
  • McDonough, Thomas P.; Ward, H. N.; Mavron, V. C. (2009-10-17)
    We present a procedure for amalgamating a net and a collection of designs into a single design. At first this amalgam is just point-regular, but it acquires additional regularities upon imposing restrictions on the ...
  • Grassia, P.; Mas-Hernández, E.; Shokri, N.; Cox, S. J.; Mishuris, G.; Rossen, W. R. (2014-07)
    During improved oil recovery (IOR), gas may be introduced into a porous reservoir filled with surfactant solution in order to form foam. A model for the evolution of the resulting foam front known as 'pressure-driven growth' ...
  • L.; L.; G. (IOP PUBLISHING LTD, 2013)
    This paper considers a steady-state crack propagating along an interface between dissimilar orthotropic materials under an asymmetric load. Although most of the known results so far deal with symmetric loading, it has been ...
  • L.; L.; G. (IOP PUBLISHING LTD, 2013)
    This paper considers a steady-state crack propagating along an interface between dissimilar orthotropic materials under an asymmetric load. Although most of the known results so far deal with symmetric loading, it has been ...