Novel algorithms for multi-scale problems in science and engineering
Grant number: DP170100376 | Funding period: 2017 - 2021
This project aims to develop theoretical formulations and algorithms for modelling fundamental problems in molecular electrostatics, dispersion force theory, acoustics and electromagnetic scattering in applications where current approaches may be useless. Many engineering applications, from microelectronics to bioengineering devices, need to operate across dimensions from a few millimetres down to a million times smaller. This large range of length scales means traditional modelling tools and computational techniques will rapidly become intractable. This project will meet this need to strengthen the Australian technological skill base and contribute to innovations in areas ranging from bioen..View full description
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Eliminating the fictitious frequency problem in BEM solutions of the external Helmholtz equation
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The problem of the fictitious frequency spectrum resulting from numerical implementations of the boundary element method for the e..
Mobile-surface bubbles and droplets coalesce faster but bounce stronger
Ivan U Vakarelski, Fan Yang, Yuan Si Tian, Er Qiang Li, Derek YC Chan, Sigurdur T Thoroddsen
Enhancing the hydrodynamic interfacial mobility of bubbles and droplets in multiphase systems is expected to reduce the characteri..