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  • NRN049 - An advanced computational bioheat transfer model for a human body with an embedded systemic circulation

    • Modelling, 
    • Knowledge Transfer

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  • NRN049 - An Extended Computational Framework to Study Arterial Vasomotion and Its Links to Vascular Disease

    • Modelling, 
    • Knowledge Transfer

    A mathematical model of vasomotion is presented in the context of an extended computational framework, to bring new insights into the mechanisms involved in the regulation of vascular tone and arterial function.

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  • NRN049 - A benchmark study of numerical schemes for one-dimensional arterial blood flow modelling

    • Modelling, 
    • Knowledge Transfer

    In this paper, we present a systematic comparison of six commonly used numerical schemes for 1D blood flow modelling: discontinuous Galerkin, locally conservative Galerkin, Galerkin least-squares finite element method, finite volume method, finite difference MacCormack method and a simplified trapezium rule method. Comparisons are made in a series of six benchmark test cases with an increasing degree of complexity.

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  • NRN075 - An Integrated Continuous Class -F−1 Mode Power Amplifier Design Approach for Microwave Enhanced Portable Diagnostic Applications

    • Sensors and Devices, 
    • Knowledge Transfer

    This paper presents a novel technique for designing a microwave power delivery system targeted at compact and portable microwave-assisted diagnostic healthcare applications to help tackle the growing problem of anti-microbial resistance.

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  • NRN081 - Impact of GaN Cap Thickness in 1 µm Gate Length GaN/AlGaN/AlN/GaN HEMT

    • Modelling

    We investigate the effect of increasing of GaN cap thickness on I-V characteristics of the 1 µm gate length GaN/AlGaN/AlN/GaN HEMT.

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