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  published research
Below is a list of the published work of the MultiScale Flows research group. You are welcome to submit a general enquiry, or to contact any members of our group directly for more information about the publications listed.

MK Borg, GB Macpherson and JM Reese (2010) Controllers for imposing continuum-to-molecular boundary conditions in arbitrary fluid flow geometries. Molecular Simulation, 36(10):745-757


TJ Scanlon, E Roohi, C White, M Darbandi and JM Reese (2010) An open source, parallel DSMC code for rarefied gas flows in arbitrary geometries. Computers & Fluids, 39:2078-2089


CJ Greenshields, HG Weller, L Gasparini and JM Reese (2010) Implementation of semi-discrete, non-staggered central schemes in a collocated, polyhedral, finite volume framework, for high-speed viscous flows. International Journal for Numerical Methods in Fluids, 63:1-21


SK Dadzie and JM Reese (2010) A volume-based hydrodynamic approach to sound wave propagation in a monatomic gas. Physics of Fluids, 22:016103


EJ Arlemark, SK Dadzie and JM Reese (2010) An extension to the Navier-Stokes equations to incorporate gas molecular collisisions with boundaries. Journal of Heat Transfer (Transactions of the ASME), 132:041006


MK Borg, WD Nicholls and JM Reese (2010) MD boundary conditions for pressure gradient flows: nano-mixing and nano-droplet deformation in extensional flows. 13th NSTI Nanotech (Anaheim, California)


N Dongari, YH Zhang and JM Reese (2010) The importance of mean free path in determining gas micro flow behaviour. ASME 8th International Conference on Nanochannels, Microchannels and Minichannels (Montreal, Canada) top


N Dongari, SK Dadzie and JM Reese (2010) Isothermal micro channel gas flow using a dissipative mass flux hydrodynamic model. 27th International Symposium on Rarefied Gas Dynamics (Pacific Grove, California)


MK Borg, WD Nicholls and JM Reese (2010) Hybrid molecular dynamics and Navier-Stokes method in complex nanoflow geometries. 13th NSTI Nanotech (Anaheim, California)


SK Dadzie and JM Reese (2010) Dissipative mass flux and sound wave propagations in monatomic gases. 27th International Symposium on Rarefied Gas Dynamics (Pacific Grove, California)


C White, MK Borg, TJ Scanlon and JM Reese (2010) A Controller Method for DSMC Gas Micro-Channel Flow Simulations 2nd European Conference on Microfluidics (Toulouse, France)


N Dongari, YH Zhang and JM Reese (2010) Molecular dynamics studies of solid-fluid interactions in rarefied gas flows. 2nd European Conference on Microfluidics (Toulouse, France)


V Fico, DR Emerson and JM Reese (2010) A high order compact scheme for hypersonic aerothermodynamics. 48th AIAA Aerospace Sciences Meeting (Orlando, USA)


JM Reese and YH Zhang (2009) Simulating fluid flows in micro and nano devices: the challenge of non-equilibrium behaviour. Journal of Computational and Theoretical Nanoscience, 6:2061-2074


DA Lockerby, JM Reese and H Struchtrup (2009)) Switching criteria for hybrid rarefied gas flow solvers. Proceedings of the Royal Society, Part A, Mathematical, Physical and Engineering Sciences, 465:1581-1598


JM Reese, DA Lockerby and DR Emerson (2009) Gas dynamics at the micro-scale: a review of progress in hydrodynamic modelling. 2nd Micro and Nano Flows Conference (Uxbridge, UK)


NPT Le, CJ Greenshields and JM Reese (2009) Numerical investigation of slip velocity and temperature jump boundary conditions in rarefied hypersonic flow. 3rd European Conference for Aero-Space Sciences (EUCASS) (Versailles, France) top


EJ Arlemark and JM Reese (2009) Investigating the effect of solid boundaries on the gas molecular mean-free-path. ASME 7th International Conference on Nanochannels, Microchannels and Minichannels (Pohang, South Korea)


SK Dadzie, JM Reese and CR McInnes (2008) A continuum model of gas flows with localized density variations. Physica A: Statistical Mechanics and its Applications, 387:6079-6094.


DA Lockerby and JM Reese (2008) On the modelling of isothermal gas flows at the microscale. Journal of Fluid Mechanics, 604:235-261.


GB Macpherson and JM Reese (2008) Molecular dynamics in arbitrary geometries: parallel evaluation of pair forces. Molecular Simulation, 34(1): 97-115.


S Mizzi, XJ Gu, DR Emerson , RW Barber and JM Reese (2008) Computational framework for the regularized 20-moment equations for non-equilibrium gas flows. International Journal for Numerical Methods in Fluids, 56:1433-1439.


SK Dadzie and JM Reese (2008) The concept of mass-density in classical thermodynamics and the Boltzmann kinetic equation for dilute gases. 26th International Symposium on Rarefied Gas Dynamics (Kyoto, Japan).


DA Lockerby and JM Reese (2008) A simple method for capturing some complex physics of gas flows in MEMS. Invited Talk, 8th World Congress on Computational Mechanics (WCCM8) / 5th European Congress on Computational Methods in Applied Sciences and Engineering (ECCOMAS 2008) (Venice, Italy).


EJ Arlemark, SK Dadzie and JM Reese (2008) An extension to the Navier-Stokes-Fourier equations by considering molecular collisions with boundaries. ASME 6th International Conference on Nanochannels, Microchannels and Minichannels (Darmstadt, Germany).


GB Macpherson and JM Reese (2008) Molecular dynamics for fluid mechanics in arbitrary geometries. ASME 6th International Conference on Nanochannels, Microchannels and Minichannels (Darmstadt, Germany).


MK Borg and JM Reese (2008) A hybrid particle-continuum framework. ASME 6th International Conference on Nanochannels, Microchannels and Minichannels (Darmstadt, Germany). top


GH Tang, XJ Gu, YH Zhang, JM Reese, RW Barber and DR Emerson (2008) Pulsating electroosmotic flow and wall block mixing in microchannels. ASME 1st Micro/Nanoscale Heat Transfer International Conference (Tainan, Taiwan).


S Mizzi, XJ Gu, DR Emerson, RW Barber and JM Reese (2008) Application of a high-order macroscopic approach to a force-driven Poiseuille flow in the slip and transition regimes. ASME 1st Micro/Nanoscale Heat Transfer International Conference (Tainan, Taiwan).


L O'Hare, TJ Scanlon, DR Emerson and JM Reese (2008) Evaluating constitutive scaling models for application to compressible microflows. International Journal of Heat and Mass Transfer, 51:1281-1292.


CJ Greenshields and JM Reese (2007) The structure of hypersonic shock waves using Navier-Stokes equations modified to include mass diffusion. 2nd European Conference for Aero-Space Sciences (EUCASS) (Brussels, Belgium).


JM Reese (2007) Beyond Navier-Stokes: constructing hydrodynamic models to capture unusual rarefied gas flow phenomena. 6th International Congress on Industrial and Applied Mathematics (Zurich, Switzerland).


DA Lockerby, H Struchtrup and JM Reese (2007) High-order switching criteria for hybrid continuum-molecular micro gas flow solvers. 16th Discrete Simulation of Fluid Dynamics meeting: Micro, Nano and Multiscale Physics for Emerging Technologies (Banff, Canada).


GH Tang, YH Zhang, XJ Gu, JM Reese, RW Barber and DR Emerson (2007) Lattice Boltzmann simulation of rarefied gas flows. 51st IUVSTA Workshop on Modern Problems and Capability of Vacuum Gas Dynamics (Värmdö, Sweden).


GB Macpherson and JM Reese (2007) Parallel evaluation of pair forces for molecular dynamics in arbitrary geometries. 10th NSTI Nanotech (Santa Clara, California).


DA Lockerby and JM Reese (2007) Near-wall scaling of the Navier-Stokes constitutive relations for accurate micro gas flow simulations. ASME 5th International Conference on Nanochannels, Microchannels and Minichannels (Puebla, Mexico).


L O'Hare and JM Reese (2007) Numerical models of gas flow and heat transfer in microscale channels: capturing rarefaction behaviour using a constitutive scaling approach. ASME 5th International Conference on Nanochannels, Microchannels and Minichannels (Puebla, Mexico). top


GB Macpherson, MK Borg and JM Reese (2007) Generation of initial molecular dynamics configurations in arbitrary geometries and in parallel. Molecular Simulation, 33:1199-1212.


S Mizzi, RW Barber, DR Emerson, JM Reese and SK Stefanov (2007) A phenomenological and extended continuum approach for modelling non-equilibrium flows. Continuum Mechanics and Thermodynamics, 19:273-283.


JM Reese, Y Zheng and DA Lockerby (2007) Computing the near-wall region in gas micro- and nanofluidics: critical Knudsen layer phenomena. Journal of Computational and Theoretical Nanoscience, 4:807-813.


S Mizzi, DR Emerson, SK Stefanov, RW Barber and JM Reese (2007) Effects of rarefaction on cavity flow in the slip regime. Journal of Computational and Theoretical Nanoscience, 4:817-822.


CJ Greenshields and JM Reese (2007) The structure of shock waves as a test of Brenner's modifications to the Navier-Stokes equations. Journal of Fluid Mechanics, 580:407-429.


L O'Hare, DA Lockerby, JM Reese and DR Emerson (2007) Near-wall effects in rarefied gas micro-flows: some modern hydrodynamic approaches. International Journal of Heat and Fluid Flow, 28:37-43.


YH Zhang, XJ Gu, RW Barber and DR Emerson (2007) Modelling thermal flow in a transition regime using a lattice Boltrzmann approach. Europhysics Letters 77 art. no. 30003.


S Mohr, YH Zhang, A Macaskill, PJR Day, RW Barber, NJ Goddard, DR Emerson and PR Fielden (2007) Numerical and experimental study of a droplet-based PCR chip. Microfluidics and Nanofluidics 3: 611-621.


JM Reese (2006) Beyond Navier-Stokes: hydrodynamic models for rarefaction phenomena in micro scale gas flows. Invited Talk, Microfluidique 2006 (3rd French Microfluidics Conference) (Toulouse, France).


SK Stefanov, RW Barber, DR Emerson and JM Reese (2006) The critical accommodation coefficient for velocity inversion in rarefied cylindrical Couette flow in the slip and near free-molecular regimes. 25th International Symposium on Rarefied Gas Dynamics (St Petersburg, Russia). top


S Mizzi, DR Emerson, SK Stefanov, RW Barber and JM Reese (2006) Micro-scale cavities in the slip- and transition-flow regimes. ECCOMAS CFD: Computational Micro and Nanofluidics (Egmond aan Zee, The Netherlands).


JM Reese (2006) Hydrodynamic descriptions of curious non-equilibrium phenomena in hypersonic and microscale gas flows. Invited Talk, 3rd International Conference for Mesoscopic Methods in Engineering and Science (Hampton, Virginia, USA).


Y Zheng, JM Reese and H Struchtrup (2006) Comparing macroscopic continuum models for rarefied gas dynamics: a new test method. Journal of Computational Physics, 218:748-769.


RS Myong, DA Lockerby and JM Reese (2006) The effect of gaseous slip on microscale heat transfer: an extended Graetz problem. International Journal of Heat and Mass Transfer, 49:2502-2513.


L O'Hare, DA Lockerby, JM Reese and DR Emerson (2006) Near-wall effects in rarefied gas micro-flows: some modern hydrodynamic approaches. To be published in International Journal of Heat and Fluid Flow.


SK Dadzie, JG Meolans and JM Reese (2006) Drag and heat transfer coefficients in free molecular flows. 25th International Symposium on Rarefied Gas Dynamics (St Petersburg, Russia).


JM Reese, Y Zheng and DA Lockerby (2006) Computing the near-wall region in gas micro- and nanofluidics: critical Knudsen layer phenomena. European Conference on Computational Fluid Dynamics (Computational Micro and Nanofluidics) (Egmond aan Zee, The Netherlands).


S Mizzi, DR Emerson, RW Barber and JM Reese (2006) Modeling low Knudsen number transition flows using a computationally efficient continuum-based methodology. ASME 4th International Conference on Nanochannels, Microchannels and Minichannels (Limerick, Ireland).


L O'Hare, TJ Scanlon and JM Reese (2006) Gas flow through microscale orifice plates. ASME 4th International Conference on Nanochannels, Microchannels and Minichannels (Limerick, Ireland).


TJ Scanlon, JM Reese and L O'Hare (2006) A procedure for calculating wall distance in arbitrary microchannel geometries. ASME 4th International Conference on Nanochannels, Microchannels and Minichannels (Limerick, Ireland). top


Y Zheng, JM Reese, TJ Scanlon and DA Lockerby (2006) Scaled Navier-Stokes-Fourier equations for gas flow and heat transfer phenomena in micro- and nanosystems. ASME 4th International Conference on Nanochannels, Microchannels and Minichannels (Limerick, Ireland).


GB Macpherson and JM Reese (2006) Molecular dynamics for near surface flows in nano liquid and microgas systems. ASME 4th International Conference on Nanochannels, Microchannels and Minichannels (Limerick, Ireland).


YH Zhang, XJ Gu, RW Barber and DR Emerson (2006) Capturing Knudsen layer phenomena using a lattice Boltzmann model. Physical Review E 74 art. no. 046704.


R Qin and YH Zhang (2006) Lattice Boltzmann study of the effect of stirring on the migration rate of curved interfaces in binary slurries. Computers and Fluids 35(8-9): 929-933.


JG Méolans and SK Dadzie (2006) Wall temperature jump in polyatomic gas flows. 25th International Symposium on Rarefied Gas Dynamics, St Petersburg Russia, proceeding in AIP Journal.


DA Lockerby, JM Reese and MA Gallis (2005) The usefulness of higher-order constitutive relations for describing the Knudsen layer. Physics of Fluids, 17:art.no.100609.


RS Myong, JM Reese, RW Barber and DR Emerson (2005) Velocity slip in microscale cylindrical Couette flow: the Langmuir model. Physics of Fluids, 17:art.no.087105.


DA Lockerby, JM Reese and MA Gallis (2005) Capturing the Knudsen layer in continuum-fluid models of non-equilibrium gas flows. AIAA Journal, 43:1391-1393.


JM Reese, DA Lockerby and DR Emerson (2005) On hydrodynamic predictions of near-wall effects in rarefied gases: some phenomenological and modelling approaches. Heat Transfer and Fluid Flow in Microscale (Castelvecchio Pascoli, Italy).


CJ Greenshields and JM Reese (2005) Some consequences of non-local-equilibrium in hypersonic aerodynamic flows. 1st European Conference for Aero-Space Sciences (EUCASS) (Moscow, Russia). top


JM Reese (2005) Nonlinear gas dynamics and the consequences of local thermodynamic disequilibrium. Invited Talk, Recent Advances in Nonlinear Mechanics 2005 (Institute of Mathematics and its Applications) (Aberdeen, UK).


YH Zhang, RS Qin and DR Emerson (2005) Lattice Boltzmann simulation of rarefied gas flows in microchannels. Physical Review E 71 art. no. 047702.


YH Zhang, RS Qin, YH Sun, RW Barber and DR Emerson (2005) Gas flow in microchannels - a lattice Boltzmann method approach. Journal of Statistical Physics 121: 257-267.


YH Zhang, XJ Gu, RW Barber and DR Emerson (2005) Influence of the electric double layer on induced pressure fields and development lengths in electro-osmotic flows. Modern Physics Letters B 19: 1655-1658.


YH Zhang, RW Barber and DR Emerson (2005) Particle separation in microfluidic devices. Current Analytical Chemistry 1 (3): 345-354 (invited review article).


Pierre Carlès and K Dadzie (2005) Two typical time scales of the Piston Effect. Physical Review E, 71, (6), 066310-1/ 13.


JG Méolans and SK Dadzie (2005) Scattering kernel for polyatomic molecules. Journal of Mathematical Physics, 46, (6).


SK Dadzie and JG. Méolans (2005) Temperature jump and slip velocity calculations from an anisotropic scattering kernel. physica A, 358,(2), 328-346.


SK Dadzie and JG. Méolans (2005) Slip length and problem of anomalous velocity profiles. AIAA, 4th Theoretical Fluids Mechanics Meeting, Toronto June 2005, in AIAA journal Proceeding.


DA Lockerby, JM Reese, DR Emerson and RW Barber (2004) Velocity boundary condition at solid walls in rarefied gas calculations. Physical Review E, 70:art.no.017303. top


DA Lockerby, JM Reese and MA Gallis (2004) The usefulness of higher-order constitutive relations for describing the Knudsen layer. Transport Phenomena in Micro and Nanodevices (Hawaii, USA).


DA Lockerby, JM Reese and MA Gallis (2004) A wall-function approach to incorporating Knudsen-layer effects in gas micro flow simulations. 24th International Symposium on Rarefied Gas Dynamics (Bari, Italy).


DA Lockerby, JM Reese, RW Barber and DR Emerson (2004) Geometric and constitutive dependence of Maxwell's velocity slip boundary condition. 24th International Symposium on Rarefied Gas Dynamics (Bari, Italy).


CL Bailey, RW Barber, DR Emerson, DA Lockerby and JM Reese (2004) A critical review of the drag force on a sphere in the transition flow regime. 24th International Symposium on Rarefied Gas Dynamics (Bari, Italy).


YH Zhang and DR Emerson (2004) The effect of flow development region and fringing magnetic force field on annular splitter-flow thin fractionation. Journal of Chromatography A 1042(1-2): 137-145.


YH Zhang, XJ Gu, RW Barber and DR Emerson (2004) An analysis of induced pressure fields in electroosmotic flows through microchannels. Journal of Colloid and Interface Science 275(2): 670-678.


SK Dadzie and JG Méolans (2004) Anisotropic scattering kernel and temperature jump at the wall. 24th International Symposium on Rarefied Gas Dynamics, Bari Italy, july 2004, proceeding in AIP Journal.


SK Dadzie and JG Méolans (2004) Anisotropic scattering kernel: Generalized and modified Maxwell boundary conditions. Journal of Mathematical Physics, 45, (5), 1804-1819.


JM Reese, MA Gallis and DA Lockerby (2003) New directions in fluid dynamics: non-equilibrium aerodynamic and microsystem flows. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society, Part A, Mathematical, Physical and Engineering Sciences, 361:2967-2988.


YH Zhang and JM Reese (2003) Gas turbulence modulation in a two-fluid model for gas-solid flows. American Institute of Chemical Engineers Journal, 49:3048-3065. top


DA Lockerby and JM Reese (2003) High-resolution Burnett simulations of micro Couette flow and heat transfer. Journal of Computational Physics, 188:333-347.


YH Zhang and JM Reese (2003) Continuum modelling of granular particle flow with inelastic inter-particle collisions. Institution of Chemical Engineers, Transactions Part A, Chemical Engineering Research and Design, 81:483-488.


YH Zhang and JM Reese (2003) The drag force in two-fluid models of gas-solid flows. Chemical Engineering Science, 58:1641-1644.


YH Zhang, DR Emerson and JM Reese (2003) General theory for flow optimisation of split-flow thin fractionation. Journal of Chromatography A 1010(1): 87-94.


YH Zhang and JM Reese (2003) Two-fluid model for gas-solid flows with particle-gas turbulent interactions and inter-particle collisions. American Institute of Chemical Engineers Journal 49(12): 3048-3065.


P Carlès, KS Dadzie and F Zhong (2003) The Piston Effect as means to measure the near-critical bulk viscosity. 5th Symposium on Thermophysical Properties, Boulder Colorado, June 2003, proceeding in International Journal of Thermophysics.


JM Reese and DA Lockerby (2002) A new design capability for hypersonic flight vehicles and microscale devices? In Computer-Based Design, TMM Shahin (ed). (ISBN 1-86058-372-5) Professional Engineering Publishing Ltd, Bury St Edmunds. pp767-775.


YH Zhang and JM Reese (2001) Particle-gas turbulence interactions in a kinetic theory approach to granular flows. International Journal of Multiphase Flow, 27:1945-1964.


YH Zhang and JM Reese (2001) Using a kinetic theory approach incorporating interaction with the air to model granular flow down a chute. In Handbook of Powder Technology, vol 10: Handbook of Conveying and Handling of Particulate Solids A Levy and H Kalman (eds). (ISBN 0-444-50235-1) Elsevier Science, Amsterdam. Chapter 3.2, pp255-261.


YH Zhang and JM Reese (2000) The influence of the drag force due to the interstitial gas on granular flows down a chute. International Journal of Multiphase Flows, 26:2049-2072. top


YH Zhang and JM Reese (2000) On gas-solid interactions in the flow of granular material down a chute. 3rd Israeli Conference on Conveying and Handling of Particulate Solids (Dead Sea, Israel).


JM Reese (1997) Burnett predictions of rarefied gas shock structure: comparison of theory with experiment. 21st International Symposium on Shock Waves (Great Keppel Island, Australia).


JM Reese, LC Woods , FJP Thivet and SM Candel (1995) A second order description of shock structure. Journal of Computational Physics, 117:240-250.


JM Reese, LC Woods, FJP Thivet and SM Candel (1995) Second order analysis of the inner shock structure. In Asymptotic Modelling in Fluid Mechanics, PA Bois, E Dériat, R Gatignol, A Rigolot (eds). (ISBN 3-540-59414-0) Springer-Verlag, Heidelberg. Part 4, pp191-204.


JM Reese, F Thiele and LC Woods (1994) On appropriate boundary conditions for rarefied gas shock wave calculations. 19th International Symposium on Rarefied Gas Dynamics (Oxford, UK).


JM Reese, LC Woods, FJP Thivet and SM Candel (1993) The inner shock structure determined from a modified frame-independent second-order kinetic theory. 19th International Symposium on Shock Waves (Marseille, France).


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