Spencer J. Sherwin regularly links together related areas like Computational fluid dynamics in his Mechanics studies. Spencer J. Sherwin undertakes multidisciplinary investigations into Finite element method and Galerkin method in his work. While working in this field, Spencer J. Sherwin studies both Galerkin method and Finite element method. In his works, he undertakes multidisciplinary study on Mathematical analysis and Applied mathematics. He combines Applied mathematics and Mathematical analysis in his research. Thermodynamics and Statistical physics are two areas of study in which he engages in interdisciplinary research. Spencer J. Sherwin frequently studies issues relating to Flow (mathematics) and Geometry. His research on Flow (mathematics) often connects related topics like Geometry. He incorporates Turbulence and Reynolds number in his studies.
His Geometry research is linked to Flow (mathematics), Curvature and Polygon mesh, among other subjects. His Flow (mathematics) study frequently draws connections between related disciplines such as Geometry. Discontinuous Galerkin method and Galerkin method are inherently bound to his Finite element method studies. Discontinuous Galerkin method and Thermodynamics are commonly linked in his work. His research on Thermodynamics often connects related areas such as Galerkin method. Spencer J. Sherwin incorporates Mathematical analysis and Applied mathematics in his studies. In his work, Spencer J. Sherwin performs multidisciplinary research in Applied mathematics and Mathematical analysis. While working on this project, Spencer J. Sherwin studies both Turbulence and Reynolds number. Spencer J. Sherwin undertakes multidisciplinary investigations into Reynolds number and Turbulence in his work.
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Spectral/hp Element Methods for Computational Fluid Dynamics
George Karniadakis;Spencer J. Sherwin.
Spectral/hp Element Methods for CFD
George Em Karniadakis;Spencer J Sherwin.
One-dimensional modelling of a vascular network in space-time variables
S.J. Sherwin;V. Franke;J. Peiró;K. Parker.
Journal of Engineering Mathematics (2003)
Modelling the circle of Willis to assess the effects of anatomical variations and occlusions on cerebral flows
Jordi Alastruey;K. H. Parker;J. Peiro;S. M. Byrd.
Journal of Biomechanics (2007)
Nektar++: An open-source spectral/hp element framework ✩
Chris D. Cantwell;David Moxey;A. Comerford;A. Bolis.
Computer Physics Communications (2015)
Pulse wave propagation in a model human arterial network: Assessment of 1-D visco-elastic simulations against in vitro measurements
Jordi Alastruey;Ashraf W. Khir;Koen S. Matthys;Patrick Segers.
Journal of Biomechanics (2007)
Computational modelling of 1D blood flow with variable mechanical properties and its application to the simulation of wave propagation in the human arterial system
S. J. Sherwin;Luca Formaggia;J. Peiro;V. Franke.
International Journal for Numerical Methods in Fluids (2003)
Does low and oscillatory wall shear stress correlate spatially with early atherosclerosis? A systematic review
Veronique Peiffer;Spencer J. Sherwin;Peter D. Weinberg.
Cardiovascular Research (2013)
Formulation of a Galerkin spectral element-fourier method for three-dimensional incompressible flows in cylindrical geometries
H. M. Blackburn;S. J. Sherwin.
Journal of Computational Physics (2004)
Three-dimensional instabilities and transition of steady and pulsatile axisymmetric stenotic flows
Spencer J Sherwin;Hugh Maurice Blackburn.
Journal of Fluid Mechanics (2005)
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