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Applying Director Theory to the Modelling of Fluid Flow in Straight and Curved Pipes

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Applying Director Theory to the Modelling of Fluid Flow in Straight and Curved Pipes. / Webster, Mikaela; Gambaruto, Alberto; Champneys, Alan.

6th International Conference on Computational and Mathematical Biomedical Engineering - CMBE2019. CMBE Proceedings, 2019. (CMBE Proceedings).

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Harvard

Webster, M, Gambaruto, A & Champneys, A 2019, Applying Director Theory to the Modelling of Fluid Flow in Straight and Curved Pipes. in 6th International Conference on Computational and Mathematical Biomedical Engineering - CMBE2019. CMBE Proceedings, CMBE Proceedings, 6th International Conference on Computational and Mathematical Biomedical Engineering, Sendai City, Japan, 10/06/19.

APA

Webster, M., Gambaruto, A., & Champneys, A. (Accepted/In press). Applying Director Theory to the Modelling of Fluid Flow in Straight and Curved Pipes. In 6th International Conference on Computational and Mathematical Biomedical Engineering - CMBE2019 (CMBE Proceedings). CMBE Proceedings.

Vancouver

Webster M, Gambaruto A, Champneys A. Applying Director Theory to the Modelling of Fluid Flow in Straight and Curved Pipes. In 6th International Conference on Computational and Mathematical Biomedical Engineering - CMBE2019. CMBE Proceedings. 2019. (CMBE Proceedings).

Author

Webster, Mikaela ; Gambaruto, Alberto ; Champneys, Alan. / Applying Director Theory to the Modelling of Fluid Flow in Straight and Curved Pipes. 6th International Conference on Computational and Mathematical Biomedical Engineering - CMBE2019. CMBE Proceedings, 2019. (CMBE Proceedings).

Bibtex

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