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We consider streamline patterns associated with single and double von Kármán point vortex streets on the surface of a sphere, with and without pole vortices. The full family of streamline patterns… (More)

- Angela M. Lee, Garth W. Tormoen, Eva Kanso, Owen J T McCarty, Paul Newton
- Front. Oncol.
- 2012

We describe a mathematical/computational model for thrombin concentration gradients generated by procoagulant circulating tumor cells (CTCs) in flow. We examine how CTCs enhance blood coagulation as… (More)

- Eva Kanso, Paul Newton
- 2009

The oscillations of a class of submerged mass–spring systems are examined. An inviscid fluid model is employed to show that the hydrodynamic effects couple the normal modes of these systems. This… (More)

The chaotic advection of tracer particles in the field of a perturbed latitudinal ring of point vortices on a sphere is considered. We consider a restricted four-vortex problem where three vortices… (More)

We derive formulas for the long time evolution of passive interfaces in three “canonical” incompressible, inviscid, two-dimensional flow models. The point vortex models, introduced in Part 1 [1] are… (More)

- Fangxu Jing, Eva Kanso, Paul Newton
- 2010

We describe the viscous evolution of a collinear three-vortex structure that corresponds initially to an inviscid point vortex fixed equilibrium, with the goal of elucidating some of the main… (More)

- Eva Kanso, Paul Newton
- 2009

The interactions between two fish swimming side by side are examined. An inviscid fluid model is employed to argue that flapping out of phase can lead to locomotory advantages for both fish. Two… (More)

The dynamics and mixing of passive marker particles for the model problem of a decaying cat’s eye tlow is studied. The flow field corresponds to Stuart’s one-parameter family of solutions [J. Fluid… (More)

- Fangxu Jing, Eva Kanso, Paul Newton
- 2007 46th IEEE Conference on Decision and Control
- 2007

This paper considers the motion control of a particle and a spinning disc on rotating earth. The equations of motion are derived using Lagrangian mechanics. Trajectory planning is studied as an… (More)

This paper describes the occurence of phase anholonomies in the context of point vortex problems for two-dimensional incompressible ows. After giving a brief description of anholo-nomic eeects in… (More)