Nathan Quinlan
Nathan Quinlan
Mechanical Engineering, University of Galway
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Truncation error in mesh‐free particle methods
NJ Quinlan, M Basa, M Lastiwka
International journal for numerical methods in engineering 66 (13), 2064-2085, 2006
Permeable and non‐reflecting boundary conditions in SPH
M Lastiwka, M Basa, NJ Quinlan
International journal for numerical methods in fluids 61 (7), 709-724, 2009
Robustness and accuracy of SPH formulations for viscous flow
M Basa, NJ Quinlan, M Lastiwka
International journal for numerical methods in fluids 60 (10), 1127-1148, 2009
Adaptive particle distribution for smoothed particle hydrodynamics
M Lastiwka, N Quinlan, M Basa
International journal for numerical methods in fluids 47 (10‐11), 1403-1409, 2005
Investigations of gas and particle dynamics in first generation needle-free drug delivery devices
NJ Quinlan, MAF Kendall, BJ Bellhouse, RW Ainsworth
Shock Waves 10 (6), 395-404, 2001
Models of flow-induced loading on blood cells in laminar and turbulent flow, with application to cardiovascular device flow
NJ Quinlan, PN Dooley
Annals of Biomedical Engineering 35 (8), 1347-1356, 2007
Extension of the finite volume particle method to viscous flow
RM Nestor, M Basa, M Lastiwka, NJ Quinlan
Journal of Computational Physics 228 (5), 1733-1749, 2009
Measurements of the gas and particle flow within a converging-diverging nozzle for high speed powdered vaccine and drug delivery
MAF Kendall, NJ Quinlan, SJ Thorpe, RW Ainsworth, BJ Bellhouse
Experiments in fluids 37 (1), 128-136, 2004
Development of the meshless finite volume particle method with exact and efficient calculation of interparticle area
NJ Quinlan, L Lobovskı, RM Nestor
Computer Physics Communications 185 (6), 1554-1563, 2014
Fluid dynamics of gas exchange in high-frequency oscillatory ventilation: in vitro investigations in idealized and anatomically realistic airway bifurcation models
KB Heraty, JG Laffey, NJ Quinlan
Annals of biomedical engineering 36 (11), 1856-1869, 2008
Effect of eddy length scale on mechanical loading of blood cells in turbulent flow
PN Dooley, NJ Quinlan
Annals of biomedical engineering 37 (12), 2449-2458, 2009
Moving boundary problems in the finite volume particle method
R Nestor, M Basa, N Quinlan
3rd ERCOFTAC SPHERIC workshop on SPH applications, Switzerland, Lausanne, 2008
High-Resolution Measurement of the Unsteady Velocity Field to Evaluate Blood Damage Induced by a Mechanical Heart Valve
A Bellofiore, NJ Quinlan
Annals of biomedical engineering 39 (9), 2417-2429, 2011
Development of a novel bioreactor to apply shear stress and tensile strain simultaneously to cell monolayers
LT Breen, PE McHugh, BA McCormack, G Muir, NJ Quinlan, KB Heraty, ...
Review of scientific instruments 77 (10), 104301-104301-9, 2006
Exact finite volume particle method with spherical-support kernels
E Jahanbakhsh, A Maertens, NJ Quinlan, C Vessaz, F Avellan
Computer Methods in Applied Mechanics and Engineering 317, 102-127, 2017
Status of the Euro50 project
TE Andersen, A Ardeberg, H Riewaldt, M Lastiwka, N Quinlan, ...
SPIE Astronomical Telescopes+ Instrumentation, 407-416, 2004
Simplified Approach to the Prediction and Analysis of Temperature Inhomogeneity in Rapid Compression Machines
S Yousefian, F Gauthier, A Morán-Guerrero, RR Richardson, HJ Curran, ...
Energy & Fuels 29 (12), 8216-8225, 2015
Scale-up of an unsteady flow field for enhanced spatial and temporal resolution of PIV measurements: application to leaflet wake flow in a mechanical heart valve
A Bellofiore, EM Donohue, NJ Quinlan
Experiments in fluids 51 (1), 161-176, 2011
Fast exact evaluation of particle interaction vectors in the finite volume particle method
NJ Quinlan, RM Nestor
Meshfree Methods for Partial Differential Equations V, 219-234, 2011
Mechanical Loading of Blood Cells in Turbulent Flow
NJ Quinlan
Computational Biomechanics for Medicine, 1-13, 2014
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