Items where SHU Author is "Spencer, Timothy"
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HALLIDAY, Ian, LISHCHUK, Sergey, SPENCER, Timothy, PONTRELLI, Giuseppe and EVANS, Paul (2016). Local membrane length conservation in two-dimensional vesicle simulation using a multicomponent lattice Boltzmann equation method. Physical Review E (PRE). (In Press)
PONTRELLI, Giuseppe, HALLIDAY, Ian, MELCHIONNA, Simone, SPENCER, Timothy and SUCCI, Sauro (2013). Lattice Boltzmann method as a computational framework for multiscale haemodynamics. Mathematical and Computer Modelling of Dynamical Systems, 20 (5), 470-490.
SPENCER, Timothy, HALLIDAY, Ian, CARE, Chris, CARTMELL, Sarah and HIDALGO-BASTIDA, Araida (2012). In silico multi-scale model of transport and dynamic seeding in a bone tissue engineering perfusion bioreactor. Biotechnology Bioengineering, 110 (4), 1221-1230.
HOLLIS, A.P., SPENCER, Timothy, HALLIDAY, Ian and CARE, Chris (2011). Dynamic wetting boundary condition for continuum hydrodynamics with multi-component lattice Boltzmann equation simulation method. IMA Journal of Applied Mathematics, 76 (5), 726-742.
PONTRELLI, Giuseppe, KOENIG, Carola, HALLIDAY, Ian, SPENCER, Timothy, COLLINS, Michael, LONG, Quan and SUCCI, Sauro (2011). Modelling wall shear stress in small arteries using Lattice Boltzmann method: influence of the endothelial wall profile. Medical Engineering and Physics, 33 (7), 832-839.
HALLIDAY, I., ATHERTON, M., CARE, C., COLLINS, M. W., EVANS, D., EVANS, P. C., HOSE, D. R., KHIR, A. W., KÖNIG, C. S., KRAMS, R., LISHCHUK, S. and SPENCER, T. J. (2011). Multi-scale interaction of particulate flow and the artery wall. Medical Engineering and Physics, 33 (7), 840-848.
SPENCER, Timothy, HALLIDAY, Ian and CARE, Chris (2011). A local lattice Boltzmann method for multiple immiscible fluids and dense suspensions of drops. Philosophical transactions. Mathematical, physical, and engineering sciences, 369 (1944), 2255-2263.
SPENCER, Timothy, HALLIDAY, Ian and CARE, Chris (2010). Lattice Boltzmann equation method for multiple immiscible continuum fluids. Physical Review E, 82 (066701), 1-22.
SPENCER, T. J., CARE, C. M., AMOS, R. M. and JONES, J. C. (2010). Zenithal bistable device: comparison of modeling and experiment. Physical Review E - Statistical, Nonlinear, and Soft Matter Physics, 82 (2).
HALLIDAY, I., SPENCER, T. J. and CARE, C. M. (2009). Validation of multicomponent lattice Boltzmann equation simulations using theoretical calculations of immiscible drop shape. Physical review E. Statistical, nonlinear and soft matter physics, 79 (1).
SPENCER, T. J. and CARE, C. M. (2006). Lattice boltzmann scheme for modeling liquid crystal dynamics: Zenithal bistable device in the presence of defect motion. Physical review E, 74 (6), 061708.
DUPIN, M. M., SPENCER, T. J., HALLIDAY, I. and CARE, C. M. (2004). A many-component lattice boltzmann equation simulation for transport of deformable particles. Philosophical transactions of the royal society of london series A-mathematical physical and engineering sciences, 362 (1822), 1885-1914.
MELCHIONNA, Simone, PONTRELLI, Giuseppe, BERNASCHI, Massimo, BISSON, Mauro, HALLIDAY, Ian, SPENCER, Timothy and SUCCI, Sauro (2012). The Lattice Boltzmann method as a general framework for blood flow modelling and simulations. In: COLLINS, Michael W. and KONIG, Carola S., (eds.) Micro and nano flow systems for bioanalysis. Bioanalysis :advanced materials, methods, and devices (2). Springer, 153-170.