# Browsing Mathematical Modelling of Structures, Solids and Fluids by Title

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• (2011)
We consider the laminar flow of a vortex crystal in the Corbino disk geometry. Laminar flow can be induced by thermal fluctuations melting the crystal, but also by shear stress after applying a large current at zero ...
• (2003-04)
It is shown how large-amplitude stability results for flows governed by potential-vorticity conservation can be obtained by geometric arguments using rearrangements of functions. The method allows for non-smooth solutions, ...
• (Springer Nature, 2009)
This review paper outlines several formulations for lattice structures where dynamic lattice Green's functions play an important role in analysis of localization near defects as well as fracture in structured media. The ...
• (2009-12)
We consider a Mode III lattice with an interface layer where the dynamic crack growth is caused by a localised sinusoidal wave. In the wave–fracture scenario, the ‘feeding wave’ (here also called the knife wave) delivers ...
• (2009)
Magnus effect consists in deflection of the trajectory of a rotating body moving in a gas. It is a direct consequence of the interaction between the body surface and the gas particles. In this paper, we study the so-called ...
• (Mnemozina Publisher, 2009)
• (2001-05-15)
A model is developed to describe the formation of metallic foams in which liquid drainage acts to collapse the foam before it can freeze. Numerical solution of the foam drainage equation, combined with the equations of ...
• (2010-04-27)
Candidates to the least perimeter partition of various polygonal shapes into N planar connected equal-area regions are calculated for N ≤ 42, compared to partitions of the disc, and discussed in the context of the energetic ...
• (2006-08-30)
Two-dimensional bidisperse foams were simulated in cyclic, uniaxial, extensional shear. Mixing of bubbles of different sizes only occurs at high strains, and once mixed, the bubbles do not segregate. For liquid fractions ...
• (2012-10-31)
We consider the quasi-static propagation of a Mode III crack along the interface in a bimaterial plane containing a finite array of small line defects (microcracks and rigid line inclusions). The microdefects are arranged ...
• (2012-05-14)
In this paper we are concerned with the problem of a crack lying at the interface between dissimilar materials with microstructure undergoing antiplane deformations. The micropolar behaviour of the materials is described ...
• (2011)
We study the effect of disorder and temperature on the field-driven dynamics of a transverse domain wall occurring in thin and narrow magnetic strips made of a soft magnetic material such as permalloy. Motivated by a ...
• (2010-12-31)
We present a line-based model of transverse domain walls in thin magnetic strips, to study the effect of bulk disorder on the domain wall dynamics within the thermally activated creep regime. The creep velocity is found ...
• (2009-01)
The gas pressure built up within closed cells of porous or cellular metals influences the macroscopic behaviour during deformation. Another important process affected by internal pore pressure is the roll forming of ...
• (2007)
This paper deals with analytical modelling of the classical tensile test which is still considered as one of the main experimental procedures to determine the flow curve of elasto-plastic materials. Together with numerical ...
• (2007-12-01)
Simple analytical formulae have been reported in literature to extract basic elastic material properties of adhesives subjected to tensile loading. The assumptions and simplifications of classical evaluation procedures may ...
• (2008)
A thin heat-conducting adhesive layer is considered in a two-dimensional approach. The material of the adhesive layer exhibits an arbitrary non-homogeneous thermal conductivity which is a function of the spatial coordinate ...
• (2007)
This paper proves some results concerning the polar factorisation of an integrable vector-valued function $u$ into the composition $u = u^{\#} \circ s$, where $u^{\#} = \nabla \psi$ almost everywhere for some convex function ...
• (2009-06)
This work deals with a class of Boundary Value Problems describing joint thermo-diffussive fields in an infinite combined domain, which consists of two subdomains, matched by a thin intermediate layer. The main problem is ...
• (2009-03)
This work deals with a nonlinear mass transfer problem in an infinite combined domain, consisting of half-space matched to a bounded part via a thin intermediate layer. The latter exhibits high contrast material properties, ...