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Normal lubrication force between spherical particles immersed in a shearthickening fluid
(Physics of Fluids, 20181207)In this work, the inverse biviscous model [Physics of Fluids 29, 103104 (2017)] is used to describe a shearthickening fluid. An analytical velocity profile in a planar Poiseuille flow is utilized to calculate an approximate ... 
Apparent slip mechanism between two spheres based on solvent rheology: Theory and implication for the shear thinning of nonBrownian suspensions
(Physical Review Fluids, 20181210)Analytical results for the apparent slip between two spheres in a simple biviscous model of a shear thinning fluid are presented. Velocity profiles and apparent slip lengths along the surfaces are analyzed in order to ... 
A jacobian module for disentanglements and applications to Mond's conjecture
(Revista Matemática Complutense, 2019)Let $f:(\mathbb C^n,S)\to (\mathbb C^{n+1},0)$ be a germ whose image is given by $g=0$. We define an $\mathcal O_{n+1}$module $M(g)$ with the property that $\mathscr A_e$$\operatorname{codim}(f)\le \dim_\mathbb C M(g)$, ... 
A leastsquares implicit RBFFD closest point method and applications to PDEs on moving surfaces
(Journal of Computational Physics, 201810)The closest point method (Ruuth and Merriman, J. Comput. Phys. 227(3):19431961, [2008]) is an embedding method developed to solve a variety of partial differential equations (PDEs) on smooth surfaces, using a closest point ... 
Asymptotic behaviour of neuron population models structured by elapsedtime
(Nonlinearity, 20190104)We study two population models describing the dynamics of interacting neurons, initially proposed by Pakdaman et al (2010 Nonlinearity 23 55–75) and Pakdaman et al (2014 J. Math. Neurosci. 4 1–26). In the first model, the ...