Browsing Mathematical Modelling of Structures, Solids and Fluids by Issue Date

Sort by: Order: Results:

  • Kuhn, Guenter; Mishuris, Gennady (2001)
    The interface crack problem with a nonideal interface described by special transmission conditions is examined. The corresponding modelling boundary value problem is reduced to a system of singular integral equations with ...
  • Kuhn, Guenter; Mishuris, Gennady (2001)
    The interface crack problem with a nonideal interface described by special transmission conditions is examined. The corresponding modelling boundary value problem is reduced to a system of singular integral equations with ...
  • Cox, Simon; Weaire, Denis; Bradley, G. (2001)
    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 ...
  • Sjöstrand, J.; Iantchenko, A. (2001-11)
    We consider the problem of constructing a microlocal logarithm and a normal form for an elliptic semi-classical Fourier integral operator near a fixed point of the corresponding canonical transformation. In [Ia] the canonical ...
  • Sjöstrand, J.; Iantchenko, A. (2001-11)
    We consider the problem of constructing a microlocal logarithm and a normal form for an elliptic semi-classical Fourier integral operator near a fixed point of the corresponding canonical transformation. In [Ia] the canonical ...
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • Cullen, M. J. P.; Douglas, Robert J. (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, ...
  • Cullen, M. J. P.; Douglas, Robert J. (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, ...
  • Douglas, Robert J.; Burton, G. R. (2003-05)
    This paper proves some results concerning the polar factorisation of an integrable vector-valued function $u$ into the composition $u = u^{\#} \circ s$, where $u^{\#}$ is equal almost everywhere to the gradient of a convex ...
  • Webster, M. F.; Couch, M. A.; Binding, David M.; Sujatha, K. S. (2003-06)
    The main objective of this study is to counterpart numerical model and experimental studies for rotating flows associated with dough kneading, and validate the flow patterns generated. The flows considered are in a complex ...
  • Webster, M. F.; Couch, M. A.; Binding, David M.; Sujatha, K. S. (2003-06)
    The main objective of this study is to counterpart numerical model and experimental studies for rotating flows associated with dough kneading, and validate the flow patterns generated. The flows considered are in a complex ...
  • Couch, M. A.; Binding, David M. (2003-08)
    This paper outlines experimental work concerned with the peeling of dough from solid surfaces. The findings of the programme are used to validate corresponding numerical simulations carried out at UW Swansea, with the ...
  • Couch, M. A.; Binding, David M. (2003-08)
    This paper outlines experimental work concerned with the peeling of dough from solid surfaces. The findings of the programme are used to validate corresponding numerical simulations carried out at UW Swansea, with the ...
  • Iantchenko, A.; Jakubaßa-Amundsen, D. H. (2003-12)
    The Jansen-Heß operator is an approximate (pseudo-)relativistic no-pair Hamiltonian in the Furry picture which is used in the physics literature to describe heavy atoms. Within the single-particle Coulomb model we prove ...
  • Iantchenko, A.; Jakubaßa-Amundsen, D. H. (2003-12)
    The Jansen-Heß operator is an approximate (pseudo-)relativistic no-pair Hamiltonian in the Furry picture which is used in the physics literature to describe heavy atoms. Within the single-particle Coulomb model we prove ...
  • Cullen, M. J. P.; Douglas, Robert J.; Roulston, I.; Sewell, M. J. (2005)
    It is shown that the solution of the semi-geostrophic equations for shallow-water flow can be found and analysed in spherical geometry by methods similar to those used in the existing $f$-plane solutions. Stable states in ...
  • Cullen, M. J. P.; Douglas, Robert J.; Roulston, I.; Sewell, M. J. (2005)
    It is shown that the solution of the semi-geostrophic equations for shallow-water flow can be found and analysed in spherical geometry by methods similar to those used in the existing $f$-plane solutions. Stable states in ...
  • Cox, Simon (2005-08)
    An implementation of the recent viscous froth model of Kern et al. [N.Kern, D.Weaire, A. Martin, S. Hutzler, S.J. Cox, The two-dimensional viscous froth model for foam dynamics, Phys. Rev. E 70 (2004) 041411.] in the Surface ...
  • Movchan, A. B.; Mishuris, Gennady; Movchan, N. V. (2006)
    The aim of the present paper is to analyse the behaviour of the stress and displacement fields in the vicinity of the tip of a crack moving along a bi-material interface. For simplicity, we consider a straight interface ...

Search Cadair


Advanced Search

Browse