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Items where Research Group is "Oxford Centre for Industrial and Applied Mathematics" and Year is 2001

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Article

Breward, C. J. W. and Darton, R. C. and Howell, P. D. and Ockendon, J. R. (2001) The effect of surfactants on expanding free surfaces. Chemical Engineering Science, 56 . pp. 2867-2878.

Carpio, Ana and Chapman, S. J. and Velazquez, J. L. L. (2001) Pile-up solutions for some systems of conservation laws modelling dislocation interaction in crystals. SIAM Journal on Applied Mathematics, 61 (6). pp. 2168-2199. ISSN 1095-712X

Book Section

Fowler, A. C. (2001) Analysis of an endothermic reaction in a packed column. In: Mathematical modelling: case studies in industry. C.U.P., Cambridge, pp. 160-180.

Howell, P. D. (2001) Fluid mechanical modelling of the scroll compressor. In: Mathematical Modeling: Case Studies from Industry. Mathematics for Science and Engineering . Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, UK, pp. 32-56. ISBN 0521011736

Thesis

Fozard, J. (2001) Terrain slugging in near horizontal oilwells. Masters thesis, University of Oxford.

Harrison, R. (2001) A numerical study of the Schrödinger-Newton equations. PhD thesis, University of Oxford.

Iber, D. (2001) Modelling affinity maturation in the immune system. Masters thesis, University of Oxford.

Lee, M. E. M. (2001) Mathematical models of the carding process. PhD thesis, University of Oxford.

Poole, Christopher James (2001) Shrapnel motion. Masters thesis, University of Oxford.

Raynaud, X. (2001) Shape optimisation of optical waveguides. Masters thesis, University of Oxford.

van Aarde, J. (2001) Pricing techniques for the oil industry. Masters thesis, University of Oxford.

White, A. J. P. (2001) The effects of ionic surfactants on expanding free surfaces. Masters thesis, University of Oxford.

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