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- Peter S Stewart, Sarah L Waters, Oliver E Jensen
- 2009

a r t i c l e i n f o a b s t r a c t We consider laminar high-Reynolds-number flow through a long finite-length planar channel, where a segment of one wall is replaced by a massless membrane held under longitudinal tension. The flow is driven by a fixed pressure difference across the channel and is described using an integral form of the unsteady… (More)

- Georgina E Lang, Peter S Stewart, Dominic Vella, Sarah L Waters, Alain Goriely
- Journal of the Royal Society, Interface
- 2014

Brain tissue swelling is a dangerous consequence of traumatic injury and is associated with raised intracranial pressure and restricted blood flow. We consider the mechanical effects that drive swelling of brain tissue slices in an ionic solution bath, motivated by recent experimental results that showed that the volume change of tissue slices depends on… (More)

- Peter S Stewart, Oliver E Jensen, Alexander J E Foss
- Investigative ophthalmology & visual science
- 2014

PURPOSE
There is no easy way to estimate the intracranial pressure (ICP) noninvasively. The retinal vein can exhibit large amplitude oscillations at the level of the lamina cribrosa under certain circumstances. The aims of this study were to develop a theoretical understanding of the conditions required to establish this vigorous oscillatory behavior and to… (More)

In respiratory distress, lung airways become flooded with liquid and may collapse due to surface-tension forces acting on air-liquid interfaces, inhibiting gas exchange. This paper proposes a mathematical multiscale model for the mechanical ventilation of a network of occluded airways, where air is forced into the network at a fixed tidal volume, allowing… (More)

- Oliver Jensen, Peter S Stewart, Mmath, Sarah L Waters, Oliver E Jensen
- 2008

We consider laminar high-Reynolds-number flow through a long finite-length planar channel, where a segment of one wall is replaced by a massless membrane held under longitudinal tension. The flow is driven by a fixed pressure difference across the channel and is described using an integral form of the unsteady boundary-layer equations. The basic flow state,… (More)

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