Dr Harvie's speciality is Multiphysics Fluid Dynamics (MFD), encompassing method development and application. MFD problems involve the coupling of fluid dynamics to other physical phenomenon, and often involve coupled quantities, the solution of nonlinear equations, multiple material phases and linked complex geometries.
Dr Harvie applies this numerical technology to improving and understanding processes across a number of industrial and application areas, including the biomedical, mining, dairy and microfluidic fields.
More details of the research conducted within our group can be found on the MFD page.
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Numerical calculation of permeability of periodic porous materials: Application to periodi..
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Estimation of anisotropic permeability in trabecular bone based on microCT imaging and pore-scale fluid dynamics simulations.
C Daish, R Blanchard, K Gulati, D Losic, D Findlay, DJE Harvie, P Pivonka
Journal article | 2017 | Bone Reports
In this paper, a comprehensive framework is proposed to estimate the anisotropic permeability matrix in trabecular bone specimens ..
Numerical simulation of two-fluid flow of electrolyte solution with charged deforming interfaces
MR Davidson, JD Berry, R Pillai, DJE Harvie
Journal article | 2016 | Applied Mathematical Modelling
Abstract The authors’ volume-of-fluid based electrokinetic flow model for multiphase flow with fluid–fluid interfaces, recently ex..
Corrections to 'Microfluidic circuit analysis I: Ion current relationships for thin slits and pipes', J. Colloid Interface Sci. 365 (2012) 1-15 and 'Microfluidic circuit analysis II: Implications of ion conservation for microchannels connected in series', J. Colloid Interface Sci. 365 (2012) 16-27
Christian JC Biscombe, Malcolm R Davidson, Dalton JE Harvie
Journal article | 2015 | Journal of Colloid and Interface Science
Concentration gradient focusing and separation in a silica nanofluidic channel with a non-uniform electroosmotic flow
Wei-Lun Hsu, Dalton JE Harvie, Malcolm R Davidson, Helen Jeong, Ewa M Goldys, David W Inglis
Journal article | 2014 | Lab On a Chip: Microfluidic and nanotechnologies for chemistry, biology, and bioengineering