Browsing RMU Faculty Research by Author "Clarke, Nigel"

Browsing RMU Faculty Research by Author "Clarke, Nigel"

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  • Buxton, Gavin A; Clarke, Nigel (PHYSICAL REVIEW LETTERS, 2007-06-07)
    From polymer gels to cytoskeletal structures, random networks of elastic material are commonly found in both materials science and biology. We present a three-dimensional micromechanical model of these networks and identify ...
  • Buxton, Gavin A; Clarke, Nigel (PHYSICAL REVIEW E, 2005-07-27)
    We show how three-dimensional structures can be formed in polymer blends from pre-existing structures. “Tape” of one polymer is inserted into a matrix of an alternative polymer to form an array of parallelepipeds. We subject ...
  • Buxton, Gavin A; Clarke, Nigel (American Physical Society, 2006-10-18)
    We have developed a multiscale approach for simulating the concentration fluctuations in a miscible blend subject to complex flow dynamics. We first simulate the hydrodynamics of a fluid as it flows through porous media. ...
  • Buxton, Gavin A; Clarke, Nigel (PHYSICAL REVIEW B 74, 085207 2006, 2006-08-18)
    Plastic solar cells are attractive candidates for providing cheap, clean, and renewable energy. However, such devices are critically dependent on the internal structure, or morphology, of the polymer constituents. We have ...
  • Buxton, Gavin A; Clarke, Nigel (PHYSICAL REVIEW E 73, 041801 2006, 2006)
    Dutcher films consist of a layer of liquid sandwiched between two solid capping layers and can spontaneously self-assemble to form corrugated surfaces. The interplay between the attractive van der Waals forces across the ...

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