Duncan A. Lockerby

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a r t i c l e i n f o a b s t r a c t This paper describes the development and application of an efficient hybrid continuum-molecular approach for simulating non-isothermal, low-speed, internal rarefied gas flows, and its application to flows in Knudsen compressors. The method is an extension of the hybrid continuum-molecular approach presented by Patronis(More)
A Laplacian-based algorithm for non-isothermal atomistic-continuum hybrid simulation of micro and nano-flows. Copyright and reuse: The Warwick Research Archive Portal (WRAP) makes this work of researchers of the University of Warwick available open access under the following conditions. This article is made available under the Creative Commons Attribution(More)
(2013) Fluid simulations with atomistic resolution : a hybrid multiscale method with field-wise coupling. Copyright and reuse: The Warwick Research Archive Portal (WRAP) makes this work by researchers of the University of Warwick available open access under the following conditions. This article is made available under the Creative Commons Attribution 3.0(More)
When applied to a branching network, Murray's law states that the optimal branching of vascular networks is achieved when the cube of the parent channel radius is equal to the sum of the cubes of the daughter channel radii. It is considered integral to understanding biological networks and for the biomimetic design of artificial fluidic systems. However,(More)
Enhancing nano-scale computational fluid dynamics with molecular pre-simulations : unsteady problems and design optimisation. Copyright and reuse: The Warwick Research Archive Portal (WRAP) makes this work of researchers of the University of Warwick available open access under the following conditions. This article is made available under the Creative(More)
A new method is presented for the exploitation of timescale separation in hybrid continuum-molecular models of multiscale flows. Our method is a generalisation of existing approaches, and is evaluated in terms of computational efficiency and physical/numerical error. Comparison with existing schemes demonstrates comparable, or much improved, physical(More)