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  • Iantchenko, A.; Sjöstrand, J.; Zworski, M. (2002-03)
    We apply recent results on semi-classical trace formulae and on Birkhoff normal forms for semi-classical Fourier integral operators to a wide range of semi-classical and high energy spectral inverse problems.
  • Avila-Pozos, Orlando; Mishuris, Gennady; Movchan, Alexander (2010-09-01)
    A bi-material waveguide is assumed to have an array of sufficiently long cracks parallel to the boundaries. The Bloch–Floquet waves propagating along such a waveguide are dispersive, and the band gaps are clearly identified. ...
  • Cox, Simon (2009-05-21)
    Candidates to the least perimeter partition of the surface of a sphere into N planar connected regions are calculated for N ≤ 32. A search procedure based upon random shuffling and combinatorial enumeration is used. It is ...
  • Cox, Simon (2006-09)
    Candidates to the least perimeter partition of a disk into N planar connected regions are calculated for N ≤43. A Voronoi construction is used to randomly create the candidates and then the perimeter of each is found with ...
  • Cox, Simon; Ran, L.; Garrett, P.; Jones, Sian; Embley, B.; Tong, M.; Grassia, P. (2011-05-01)
    A programme of research is outlined which considers the foaming performance and foam behaviour of surfactant systems commonly encountered in hand-wash laundry detergent applications. An experimental study of the physical ...
  • Argatov, Ivan; Mishuris, Gennady (2010)
    A three-dimensional unilateral contact problem for articular cartilage layers is considered in the framework of the biphasic cartilage model. The articular cartilages bonded to subchondral bones are modeled as biphasic ...
  • Alexandrov, S.; Baranova, I.; Mishuris, Gennady (2008-12-01)
    If the maximal friction law is applied, then some generalizations of the Prandtl solution for the compression of a plastic layer between rough plates do not exist. In particular, this pertains to the viscoplastic solutions ...
  • Argatov, Ivan; Mishuris, Gennady (2012-05-21)
    A three-dimensional unilateral contact problem for articular cartilage layers is considered in the framework of the biphasic cartilage model. The articular cartilages bonded to subchondral bones are modelled as biphasic ...
  • Phillips, P. M.; Binding, David M.; Philips, T. N. (2006-08-30)
    This paper is concerned primarily with the numerical prediction of the pressure field associated with the flow of an Oldroyd-B fluid through 4:1 contractions, 1:4 expansions and combined 4:1:4 contraction/expansions. ...
  • Wyn, Aled (EPSRC, 2008-02-08)
    Here we present a summary, in the form of a table, of the literature concerning the shearing of foams.
  • Mishuris, Gennady; Wrobel, M. (2009-10-26)
    This work deals with a stationary axisymmetrical heat transfer problem in a combined domain. This domain consists of half-space joined with a bounded cylinder. An important feature of the problem is the possible flux ...
  • Slepyan, Leonid I.; Movchan, Alexander B.; Mishuris, Gennady (2010-03-01)
    We consider some structures where the harmonic ‘feeding’ wave localized at the crack faces can force the crack to grow. First, we present some results related to a lattice with a high-contrast layer, where the wave speed ...
  • Linkov, A. M.; Mishuris, Gennady; Fradkin, L.; Dobroskok, A. (2007-07)
    In the current paper crack redirection due to a strategic placing of a heat source in the vicinity of a crack tip is studied. Analysis suggests that for PMMA and considered temperature range the only factor responsible for ...
  • Mughal, Adil; Weaire, Demis (2009-12-31)
    The elegant properties of conformal mappings, when applied to two-dimensional lattices, find interesting applications in two-dimensional foams and other cellular or close-packed structures. In particular, the two-dimensional ...
  • Vaz, M. Fátima; Cox, S. J.; Teixeira, P. I. C. (2011-11-01)
    In-plane deformation of foams was studied experimentally by subjecting bidisperse foams to cycles of traction and compression at a prescribed rate. Each foam contained bubbles of two sizes with given area ratio and one of ...
  • Cox, Simon; Celestini, F.; Raufaste, C.; Kirstetter, G. (2012-11-07)
    We investigate the interaction between an infinite cylinder and a free fluid-fluid interface governed only by its surface tension. We study the deformation of an initially flat interface when it is deformed by the presence ...
  • Mishuris, Gennady; Movchan, N. V. (2008)
    Steady-state moving Mode-III infinite interfacial crack along the perfect interface in a dissimilar strip is investigated. The crack position is not generally speaking symmetrical with respect to the strip surfaces. Both ...
  • Raufaste, Christophe; Marmottant, Phillippe; Cox, Simon; Graner, François (2010)
    We study the elasto-plastic behaviour of materials made of individual (discrete) objects, such as a liquid foam made of bubbles. The evolution of positions and mutual arrangements of individual objects is taken into account ...
  • Cox, Simon; Hutzler, Stefan; Weaire, Denis; Janiaud, Eric (2007-11)
    Forced drainage describes the procedure in which liquid is added to a column of foam at a constant flow rate. For sufficiently high flow rates this results in a convective bubble motion, the symmetry of which depends on ...
  • Mishuris, Gennady; Movchan, Alexander B.; Slepyan, Leonid I. (2008-02-01)
    We consider a nontrivial anti-plane shear fracture problem for a double-crack configuration where the remote external load is applied to the extracted mass-spring chain and the displacement field is symmetric with respect ...

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