Professor of Applied Mathematics Tutorial Fellow of St Anne's college
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The energetics of flow through a rapidly oscillating tube with slowly varying amplitude.
Philos Trans A Math Phys Eng Sci issue 1947 volume 369 page 2989-3006 (28 July 2011) Full text available
Predicting the onset of high-frequency self-excited oscillations in elastic-walled tubes
Proceedings of the Royal Society A: Mathematical, Physical and Engineering Sciences issue 2124 volume 466 page 3635-3657 (8 December 2010)
A multiphase model for tissue construct growth in a perfusion bioreactor.
Math Med Biol issue 2 volume 27 page 95-127 (June 2010) Full text available
The energetics of flow through a rapidly oscillating tube. Part 2. Application to an elliptical tube
Journal of Fluid Mechanics volume 648 page 123-153 (10 April 2010)
The energetics of flow through a rapidly oscillating tube. Part 1. General theory
Journal of Fluid Mechanics volume 648 page 83-121 (10 April 2010)
Lattice and continuum modelling of a bioactive porous tissue scaffold.
Mathematical medicine and biology : a journal of the IMA issue 3 volume 36 page 325-360 (September 2019)
Curvature- and fluid-stress-driven tissue growth in a tissue-engineering scaffold pore.
Biomechanics and modeling in mechanobiology issue 3 volume 18 page 589-605 (June 2019)
Identifying chondrogenesis strategies for tissue engineering of articular cartilage.
Journal of tissue engineering volume 10 page 2041731419842431- (January 2019)
The Fluid Mechanics of Ureteroscope Irrigation.
Journal of endourology issue 1 volume 33 page 28-34 (January 2019)
Bifurcations and Dynamics Emergent From Lattice and Continuum Models of Bioactive Porous Media
INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF BIFURCATION AND CHAOS issue 11 volume 28 (October 2018) Full text available
Physiological fluid mechanics; Tissue engineering; Biomechanics; Mathematical modelling in medicine and biology