Items where SHU Author is "Curtis, David"

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ALLEN, Tom, FAUTEUX-BRAULT, Olivier, JAMES, David and CURTIS, David (2014). Finite element model of a cricket ball impacting a bat. Procedia Engineering, 72, 521-526.

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CURTIS, David, HURT, Georgina and HELLER, Ben (2014). The reliability of a tapping test as an indicator of cricket bat performance. Procedia Engineering, 72, 666-671.

JAMES, David, CURTIS, David, ALLEN, Tom and RIPPIN, Tom (2012). The validity of a rigid body model of a cricket ball-bat impact. Procedia engineering, 34, 682-687.

CURTIS, D. T. and HAAKE, S. J. (2004). Academia-industry collaboration: a catalyst for sports product innovation in the UK. The engineering of sport 5, 2, 602-608.

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FOSTER, L, HELLER, B, GOODWILL, S and CURTIS, D (2014). Visual tracking of a GPS target within a FieldLab. In: The engineering of sport. Procedia Engineering, 10 (72). Elsevier, 168-173.

HART, J., CURTIS, D. and HAAKE, S. J. (2006). Computational fluid dynamic analysis of a water ski jumper. In: MORITZ, E. F. and HAAKE, S., (eds.) Engineering of sport 6. Springer, 401-406.

MCHUTCHON, M. A., CURTIS, D. and CARRE, M. J. (2004). Parametric design of field hockey sticks. In: HUBBARD, M., MEHTA, R. D. and PALLIS, J. M., (eds.) The engineering of sport 5. International sport engineering association, 284-290.

HART, J., CURTIS, D., HAMILTON, N. D. R. and HAAKE, S. J. (2004). Scanning large geometries for use in computational fluid dynamic analysis. In: HUBBARD, M., MEHTA, R. D. and PALLIS, J. M., (eds.) The engineering of sport 5. International sport engineering association, 601-607.

Conference or Workshop Item

BRESLIN, G, BEATTIE, M, CURTIS, David, GIELEN, M, MURPHY, M and WALLACE, E (2014). Developing a European network of fieldlabs to stimulate innovation in physical activity, sport and play. In: Annual Conference of the British Psychological Society Northern Ireland Branch, Castlereagh, Northern ireland., 3-5 April 2014. (Unpublished)

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