R Pillai, MK Borg, JM Reese (2018) Dynamics of Nanodroplets on Vibrating SurfacesLangmuir.

This article is open access, download it here.

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MK Borg, DA Lockerby, K Ritos, JM Reese (2018) Multiscale simulation of water flow through laboratory-scale nanotube membranesJournal of Membrane Science, 567: 115-126.

This article is open access, download it here.

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R Pillai, MK Borg, JM Reese (2018) Acoustothermal Atomization of Water NanofilmsPhysical Review Letters, 121: 104502

This article is open access, download it here.

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B John, DA Lockerby, A Patronis, D R Emerson (2018) Simulation of the head-disk interface gap using hybrid multi-scale methodMicrofluidics and Nanofluidics, 22: 106.

This article is open access, download it here.

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A F Beckmann, A S Rana, M Torrilhon, H Struchtrup (2018) Evaporation Boundary Conditions for the Linear R13 Equations Based on the Onsager TheoryEntropy, 20(9), 680.

This paper is open access, download it here.

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J Zhang, P Wang, MK Borg, JM Reese, D Wen (2018) A Critical assessment of the line tension determined by the modified Young’s equation. Physics of Fluids, 30, 082003

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AS Rana, DA Lockerby, JE Sprittles (2018) Evaporation-driven vapour microflows: analytical solutions from moment methodsJournal of Fluid Mechanics, 841: 962-988

This paper is open access, download it here.

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A Frezzotti, L Gibelli, DA Lockerby, JE Sprittles (2018) Mean-field kinetic theory approach to evaporation of a binary liquid into vacuum. Physical Review Fluids, 3, 054001. Access the paper here.

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C White, MK Borg, TJ Scanlon, SM Longshaw, B John, DR Emerson, JM Reese (2017) dsmcFoam+: An OpenFOAM based direct simulation Monte Carlo solverComputer Physics Communications, 224: 22-43. Access the paper here.

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SM Longshaw, MK Borg, SB Ramisetti, J Zhang, DA Lockerby, DR Emerson, JM Reese (2017) mdFoam+: Advanced molecular dynamics in OpenFOAMComputer Physics Communications, 224: 1-21. Access the paper here.

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SB Ramisetti, MK Borg, DA Lockerby, JM Reese (2017) Liquid slip over gas nanofilms. Physical Review Fluids, 2, 084003. Access the paper here.

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J Zhang, MK Borg, JM Reese (2017) Multiscale simulation of dynamic wettingInternational Journal of Heat and Mass Transfer, 115: 886-896. This paper is open access, get it here.

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R Pillai, JD Berry, DJE Harvie, MR Davidson (2017) Electrophoretically mediated partial coalescence of a charged microdropChemical Engineering Science, 169: 273-283.  This paper can be accessed here.

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JF Xie, BY Cao (2017) Fast nanofluidics by travelling surface wavesMicrofluidics and Nanofluidics, 21: 111.  This paper can be accessed here.

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AP Gaylard, A Kabanovs, J Jilesen, K Kirwan, DA Lockerby (2017) Simulation of rear surface contamination for a simple bluff bodyJournal of Wind Engineering and Industrial Aerodynamics, 165: 13-22. This paper is open access, download the full paper here.

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H Struchtrup, A Beckmann, AS Rana, A Frezzotti (2017) Evaporation boundary conditions for the R13 equations of rarefied gas dynamics. Physics of Fluids, 29, 09004. Access the paper here.

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L Wu, J Zhang, H Liu, YH Zhang, JM Reese (2017) A fast iterative scheme for the linearized Boltzmann equation. Journal of Computational Physics338: 431-451. This paper is open access, download it here.

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MK Borg & JM Reese (2017) Multiscale simulation of enhanced water flow in nanotubesMRS Bulletin, 42:294-299This paper can be accessed from here or here.

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JF Xie, S He, YQ Zu, B. Lamy‐Chappuis, B. W. D. Yardley (2017) Relative permeabilities of supercritical CO2 and brine in carbon sequestration by a two‐phase lattice Boltzmann method. Heat and Mass Transfer, 53: 2637-2649. This paper can be accessed here.

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AP Gaylard, K Kirwan, DA Lockerby (2017) Surface contamination of cars: A review. Proceedings of the Institution of Mechanical Engineers, Part D: Journal of Automobile Engineering, 231(9): 1160-1176. The paper can be accessed here.

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JE Sprittles (2017) Kinetic Effects in Dynamic Wetting.  Physical Review Letters, 118: 114502 This paper is open access, download the full paper here.

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NSJ Elliott, AD Lucey, DA Lockerby, AR Brodbelt (2017) Fluid-structure interactions in a cylindrical layered wave guide with application in the spinal column to syringomyeliaJournal of Fluids and Structures, 69: 464-499. This paper is open access, download the full paper here.

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L Gibelli, A. Elaiw, MA Alghamdi, AM Althiabi (2016) Heterogeneous Population Dynamics of Active Particles: Progression, Mutations and Selection Dynamics.  Accepted for publication in Mathematical Models and Methods in Applied Sciences Final version post review, download the full paper here.

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DA Lockerby, BS Collyer (2016) Fundamental solutions to moment equations for the simulation of microscale gas flowsJournal of Fluid Mechanics, 806: 413-436 This paper is open access, download the full paper here.

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MJ Zimon, R Prosser, DR Emerson, MK Borg, D Bray, L Grinberg, JM Reese (2016) An evaluation of noise reduction algorithms for particle-based fluid simulations in multi-scale applications. Journal of Computational Physics, 325: 380-394 This paper is open access, download the full paper here.

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BS Collyer, C Connaughton, DA Lockerby (2016) Importance sampling variance reduction for the Fokker–Planck rarefied gas particle method. Journal of Computational Physics, 325: 116-128 This paper is open access, download the full paper here.

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MJ Zimon, JM Reese, DR Emerson (2016) A novel coupling of noise reduction algorithms for particle flow simulationsJournal of Computational Physics, 321: 169-190 This paper is open access, download the full paper here.

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D Stephenson, DA Lockerby (2016) A generalized optimization principle for asymmetric branching in fluidic networks. Proceedings of the Royal Society A, 472: 20160451 This paper is open access, download the full paper here.

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BR Bzdek, L Collard, JE Sprittles, AJ Hudson, JP Reid (2016) Dynamic measurements and simulations of airborne picolitre-droplet coalescence in holographic optical tweezers. Journal of Chemical Physics, 145: 054502 This paper is open access, download the full paper here.

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L Wu , H Liu , JM Reese, YH Zhang (2016) Non-equilibrium dynamics of dense gas under tight confinementJournal of Fluid Mechanics, 794: 252-266 This paper is open access, download the full paper here.

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L Wu, YH Zhang, Y Lei , JM Reese (2016) Do thermal effects cause the propulsion of bulk graphene material? Nature Photonics, 10: 139 (correspondence) This paper is open access, download the full paper here.

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MT Ho , L Wu, I Graur, YH Zhang, JM Reese (2016) Comparative study of the Boltzmann and McCormack equations for Couette and Fourier flows of binary gaseous mixtures. International Journal of Heat & Mass Transfer, 96: 29-41 This paper is open access, download the full paper here.

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K Ritos, MK Borg, NJ Mottram, JM Reese (2016) Electric fields can control the transport of water in carbon nanotubes. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society A, 374: 20150025 This paper is open access, download the full paper here.

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Y Li & J Sprittles (2016) Capillary breakup of a liquid bridge: identifying regimes and transitions.  Journal of Fluid Mechanics, 797: 29-59 This paper is open access, download the full paper here.

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SY Docherty, MK Borg, DA Lockerby, JM Reese (2016) Coupling heterogeneous continuum-particle fields to simulate non-isothermal microscale gas flowsInternational Journal of Heat and Mass Transfer, 98: 712-727 This paper is open access, download the full paper here.

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J Zhang, MK Borg, K Ritos, JM Reese (2016) Electrowetting controls the deposit patterns of evaporated salt water nanodroplets. Langmuir, 32: 1542-1549 This paper is open access, download the full paper here.

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J Zhang, MK Borg, K Sefiane, JM Reese (2015) Wetting and evaporation of salt-water nanodroplets: a molecular dynamics investigation. Physical Review E, 92: 052403. This paper is open access, download the full paper here.

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D Stephenson, A Patronis, DM Holland, DA Lockerby (2015) Generalizing Murray’s law: an optimization principle for fluidic networks of arbitrary shape and scaleJournal of Applied Physics, 118: 174302. This paper is open access, download the full paper here.

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K Zografos, RW Barber, DR Emerson, MSN Oliveira (2015) A design rule for constant depth microfluidic networks for power-law fluidsMicrofluidics & Nanofluidics, 19: 737-749.

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A Alexiadis, DA Lockerby, MK Borg and JM Reese (2015) A particle-continuum hybrid framework for transport phenomena and chemical reactions in multi-component systems at the micro and nano-scale. Journal of Heat Transfer, 137: 091010.

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D Stephenson, DA Lockerby, MK Borg, JM Reese (2015) Multiscale simulation of nanofluidic networks of arbitrary complexityMicrofluidics & Nanofluidics, 18:841-858. This paper is open access, download the full paper here. This article presents an advancement to the group’s Internal-flow Multiscale Method (IMM) for application to branching networks with any number of inlets and outlets.

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MK Borg, DA Lockerby, JM Reese (2015) A hybrid molecular-continuum method for unsteady compressible multiscale flowsJournal of Fluid Mechanics, 768: 388-414. This paper is open access, download the full paper here.

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L Wu, C White, TJ Scanlon, JM Reese, Y Zhang (2015) A kinetic model of the Boltzmann equation for non-vibrating polyatomic gasesJournal of Fluid Mechanics, 763: 24-50. This paper is open access, download the full paper here.

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TJ Scanlon, C White, MK Borg, RC Palharini, E Farbar, ID Boyd, JM Reese, RE Brown (2015) Open-source direct simulation Monte Carlo chemistry modeling for hypersonic flowsAIAA Journal, 53: 1670-1680.

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JE Sprittles (2015) Air entrainment in dynamic wetting: Knudsen effects and the influence of ambient air pressureJournal of Fluid Mechanics, 769: 444-481.

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JA Simmons, JE Sprittles, YD Shikhmurzaev (2015) The formation of a bubble from a submerged orificeEuropean Journal of Mechanics B/Fluids, 53: 24-36.

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DM Holland, MK Borg, DA Lockerby,  JM Reese (2015) Enhancing nano-scale computational fluid dynamics with molecular pre-simulations: unsteady problems and design optimisationComputers & Fluids,115: 46-53.

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DA Lockerby, A Patronis, MK Borg, JM Reese (2015) Asynchronous coupling of hybrid models for efficient simulation of multiscale systemsJournal of Computational Physics, 284: 261-272 This paper is open access, download the full paper here.

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DM Holland, DA Lockerby, MK Borg, WD Nicholls, JM Reese (2015) Molecular dynamics pre-simulations for nanoscale computational fluid dynamicsMicrofluidics & Nanofluidics, 18: 461-474 This paper is open access, download the full paper here.

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A Patronis, DA Lockerby (2014) Multiscale simulation of non-isothermal microchannel gas flowsJournal of Computational Physics, 270: 532-543

  • This paper is open access, download the full paper here.
  • It describes the most recent advances to the group’s Internal-flow Multiscale Method (IMM) for application to thermally driven rarefied gas in micro channels.
  • For more details you can watch this video of a related conference presentation (ICNNM2014, Chicago)

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A Alexiadis , DA Lockerby, MK Borg, JM Reese (2014) The atomistic-continuum hybrid taxonomy and the hybrid-hybrid approachInternational Journal for Numerical Methods in Engineering, 98: 534-546

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L Wu, JM Reese, Y Zhang (2014) Solving the Boltzmann equation deterministically by the fast spectral method: application to gas microflowsJournal of Fluid Mechanics. 746: 53-84.

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SY Docherty, MK Borg, DA Lockerby, JM Reese (2014) Multiscale simulation of heat transfer in a rarefied gasInternational Journal of Heat & Fluid Flow, 50: 114-125. This paper is open access, download the full paper here.

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L Wu, JM Reese, Y Zhang (2014) Oscillatory rarefied gas flow inside rectangular cavities. Journal of Fluid Mechanics, 748: 350-367.

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XJ Gu, DR Emerson (2014) A linearized moment analysis of the temperature-jump and temperature defect in the Knudsen layer of a rarefied gasPhysical Review E, 89: 063020.

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Q Sheng, GH Tang, XJ Gu, DR Emerson, YH Zhang (2014) Simulation of thermal transpiration flow using a high-order moment methodInternational Journal of Modern Physics C, 25: 1450061.

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G Babac, JM Reese (2014) Molecular dynamics simulation of classical thermosize effects.  Nanoscale and Microscale Thermophysical Engineering, 18: 39-53.

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RC Palharini, TJ Scanlon, JM Reese (2014) Aerothermodynamic comparison of two- and three-dimensional rarefied hypersonic cavity flowsJournal of Spacecraft and Rockets, 51: 1619-1630.

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MK Borg, DA Lockerby, JM Reese (2014) The FADE mass-stat: A technique for inserting or deleting particles in molecular dynamics simulationsThe Journal of Chemical Physics, 140: 074110

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J Meng, N Dongari, JM Reese, Y Zhang (2014) Breakdown parameter for kinetic modeling of multiscale gas flowsPhysical Review E – Statistical, Nonlinear and Soft Matter Physics, 89: 063305. This paper is open access, download the full paper here.

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R Enright, N Miljkovic, JE Sprittles, K Nolan, R Mitchell, EN Wang (2014) How coalescing drops jumpACS Nano, 8: 10352-10362.

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K Ritos, D Mattia, F Calabrò, JM Reese (2014) Flow enhancement in nanotubes of different materials and lengthsThe Journal of Chemical Physics, 140: 014702

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JE Sprittles, YD Shikhmurzaev (2014) A parametric study of the coalescence of liquid drops in a viscous gasJournal of Fluid Mechanics, 753: 279-306.

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JE Sprittles, YD Shikhmurzaev (2014) Dynamics of liquid drops coalescing in the inertial regimePhysical Review E, 89: 063006.

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JE Sprittles, YD Shikhmurzaev (2014) The coalescence of liquid drops in a viscous fluid: interface formation modelJournal of Fluid Mechanics, 751: 480-499.

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SY Docherty, WD Nicholls, MK Borg, DA Lockerby, JM Reese (2014) Boundary conditions for molecular dynamics simulations of water transport through nanotubesProceedings of the Institution of Mechanical Engineers, Part C, 228: 186-195

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MK Borg, DA Lockerby, JM Reese (2013) Fluid simulations with atomistic resolution: a hybrid multiscale method with field-wise coupling. Journal of Computational Physics, 255: 149-165

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C White, MK Borg, TJ Scanlon, JM Reese (2013) A DSMC investigation of gas flows in micro-channels with bendsComputers and Fluids, 71: 261-271.

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J Meng, L Wu, JM Reese, Y Zhang (2013) Assessment of the ellipsoidal-statistical Bhatnagar-Gross-Krook model for force-driven Poiseuille flowsJournal of Computational Physics, 251: 383-395.

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L Wu, C White, TJ Scanlon, JM Reese, Y Zhang (2013) Deterministic numerical solutions of the Boltzmann equation using the fast spectral methodJournal of Computational Physics, 250: 27-52.

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A Alexiadis, DA Lockerby, MK Borg, JM Reese (2013) A Laplacian-based algorithm for non-isothermal atomistic-continuum hybrid simulation of micro and nano-flowsComputer Methods in Applied Mechanics & Engineering, 264: 81-94

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A Patronis, DA Lockerby, MK Borg, JM Reese (2013) Hybrid continuum-molecular modelling of multiscale internal gas flowsJournal of Computational Physics, 255: 558-571

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K Ritos, N Dongari, MK Borg, YH Zhang, JM Reese (2013) Dynamics of nanoscale droplets on moving surfaces. Langmuir, 29: 6936-6943

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DA Lockerby, CA Duque-Daza, MK Borg, JM Reese (2013) Time-step coupling for hybrid simulations of multiscale flowsJournal of Computational Physics, 237: 344-365

  • This paper is open access, download the full paper here.
  • This article presents a new method for exploiting time-scale separation in hybrid models of micro/nano flows so that extremely efficient time-accurate simulations can be performed
  • For more details you can watch this video of a related (earlier) conference presentation (MNF2011, Thessaloniki)

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MK Borg, DA Lockerby, JM Reese (2013) A multiscale method for micro/nano flows of high aspect ratioJournal of Computational Physics, 233: 400-413

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MK Borg, DA Lockerby, JM Reese (2013) A hybrid molecular-continuum simulation method for incompressible flows in micro/nanofluidic networks. Microfluidics & Nanofluidics, 15: 541-557

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C White, C Colombo, TJ Scanlon, C McInnes, JM Reese (2013) Rarefied gas effects on the aerodynamics of high area-to-mass ratio spacecraft in orbitAdvances in Space Research, 51: 2112-2124.

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N Dongari, C White, TJ Scanlon, Y Zhang, JM Reese (2013) Effects of curvature on rarefied gas flows between rotating concentric cylindersPhysics of Fluids, 25: 052003.

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N Dongari, RW Barber, DR Emerson, SK Stefanov, Y Zhang, JM Reese (2013) The effect of Knudsen layers on rarefied cylindrical Couette gas flowsMicrofluidics and Nanofluidics. 14: 31-43.
Erratum to: The effect of Knudsen layers on rarefied cylindrical Couette gas flows,Microfluidics and Nanofluidics. 14: 905-906.

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J Li, Y Zhang, JM Reese (2013) Multiphase Lattice Boltzmann simulations of droplets in microchannel networksHouille Blanche – Revue Internationale de l’Eau, 5: 5-11.

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WD Nicholls, MK Borg, DA Lockerby, JM Reese (2012) Water transport through (7,7) carbon nanotubes of different lengths using molecular dynamics. Microfluidics & Nanofluidics, 12: 257-264

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WD Nicholls, MK Borg, DA Lockerby, JM Reese (2012) Water transport through carbon nanotubes with defectsMolecular simulation. 38: 781-785.

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NTP Le, C White, JM Reese, RS Myong (2012) Langmuir-Maxwell and Langmuir-Smoluchowski boundary conditions for thermal gas flow simulations in hypersonic aerodynamicsInternational journal of heat and mass transfer. 55: 5032-5043.

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CJ Greenshields, JM Reese (2012) Rarefied hypersonic flow simulations using the Navier-Stokes equations with non-equilibrium boundary conditionsProgress in Aerospace Sciences, 52: 80-87.

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SK Dadzie, JM Reese (2012) Analysis of the thermomechanical inconsistency of some extended hydrodynamic models at high Knudsen numberPhysical Review E – Statistical, Nonlinear and Soft Matter Physics, 85: 041202.

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SK Dadzie, JM Reese (2012) Spatial stochasticity and non-continuum effects in gas flows. Physics Letters A, 376: 967-972.

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N Dongari, Y Zhang, JM Reese (2011) Modeling of Knudsen layer effects in micro/nanoscale gas flowsJournal of Fluid Engineering, 133: 071101.

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N Dongari, Y Zhang, JM Reese (2011) Molecular free path distribution in rarefied gasesJournal of Physics D: Applied Physics, 44: 125502.

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V Fico, DR Emerson, JM Reese (2011) A parallel compact-TVD method for compressible fluid dynamics employing shared and distributed-memory paradigmsComputers and Fluids, 45: 172-176.

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XJ Gu, DR Emerson, GH Tang (2010). Analysis of the slip coefficient and defect velocity in the Knudsen layer of a rarefied gas using the linearized moment equationsPhysical Review E 81: 016313.

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TJ Scanlon, E Roohi, C White, M Darbandi, JM Reese (2010) An open source, parallel DSMC code for rarefied gas flows in arbitrary geometriesComputers and Fluids, 39: 2078-2089.

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CJ Greenshields, HG Weller, L Gasparini, JM Reese (2010) Implementation of semi-discrete, non-staggered central schemes in a colocated, polyhedral, finite volume framework, for high-speed viscous flowsInternational Journal for Numerical Methods in Fluids, 63: 1-21.

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EJ Arlemark, SK Dadzie, JM Reese (2010) An extension to the Navier-Stokes equations to incorporate gas molecular collisions with boundariesJournal of heat transfer-Transactions of the ASME, 132: 041006.

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MK Borg, GB Macpherson, JM Reese (2010) Controllers for imposing continuum-to-molecular boundary conditions in arbitrary fluid flow geometriesMolecular simulation, 36: 745-757.

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SK Dadzie, JM Reese (2010) A volume-based hydrodynamic approach to sound wave propagation in a monatomic gasPhysics of Fluids, 22: 016103.

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DA Lockerby, JM Reese, H Struchtrup (2009) Switching criteria for hybrid rarefied gas flow solversProceedings of the Royal Society A, 465: 1581-98.

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JM Reese, Y Zhang (2009) Simulating fluid flows in micro and nano devices: the challenge of non-equilibrium behaviourJournal of Computational and Theoretical Nanoscience, 6: 2061-2074.

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S Mizzi, XJ Gu, DR Emerson, RW Barber, JM Reese (2008) Computational framework for the regularized 20-moment equations for non-equilibrium gas flowsInternational Journal for Numerical Methods in Fluids, 56: 1433-1439.

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L O’Hare, TJ Scanlon, DR Emerson, JM Reese (2008) Evaluating constitutive scaling models for application to compressible microflowsInternational journal of heat and mass transfer, 51: 1281-1292.

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GB Macpherson, JM Reese (2008) Molecular dynamics in arbitrary geometries: Parallel evaluation of pair forcesMolecular Simulation, 34: 97-115.

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SK Dadzie, JM Reese, CR McInnes, (2008) A continuum model of gas flows with localized density variationsPhysica a-Statistical mechanics and its applications, 387: 6079-6094.

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DA Lockerby, JM Reese (2008) On the modelling of isothermal gas flows at the microscale. Journal of Fluid Mechanics, 604: 235-61.

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S Mizzi, RW Barber, DR Emerson, JM Reese, SK Stefanov (2007). A phenomenological and extended continuum approach for modelling non-equilibrium flows. Continuum Mechanics and Thermodynamics 19: 273-83.

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DR Emerson, XJ Gu, SK Stefanov, YH Sun, RW Barber (2007) Nonplanar oscillatory shear flow: From the continuum to the free-molecular regime. Physics of Fluids 19: 107105.

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GB Macpherson, MK Borg, JM Reese (2007) Generation of initial molecular dynamics configurations in arbitrary geometries and in parallel. Molecular Simulation, 33: 1199-212.

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S Mizzi, DR Emerson, SK Stefanov, RW Barber, JM Reese (2007) Effects of rarefaction on cavity flow in the slip regimeJournal of Computational and Theoretical Nanoscience, 4: 817-822.

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L O’Hare, DA Lockerby, JM Reese, DR Emerson (2007) Near-wall effects in rarefied gas micro-flows: some modern hydrodynamic approachesInternational Journal of Heat and Fluid Flow, 28: 37-43.

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RS Myong, DA Lockerby, JM Reese (2006) The effect of gaseous slip on microscale heat transfer: An extended Graetz problemInternational journal of heat and mass transfer, 49: 2502-2513.

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Y Zheng, JM Reese, H Struchtrup (2006) Comparing macroscopic continuum models for rarefied gas dynamics: A new test methodJournal of Computational Physics, 218: 748-769.

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DA Lockerby, JM Reese, MA Gallis (2005) The usefulness of higher-order constitutive relations for describing the Knudsen layerPhysics of Fluids, 17: 109902.

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RS Myong, JM Reese, RW Barber, DR Emerson (2005) Velocity slip in microscale cylindrical Couette flow: The Langmuir modelPhysics of Fluids, 17: 087105.

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DA Lockerby, JM Reese, MA Gallis (2005) Capturing the Knudsen layer in continuum-fluid models of nonequilibrium gas flowsAIAA Journal, 43: 1391-1393.

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DA Lockerby, JM Reese, DR Emerson, RW Barber (2004) Velocity boundary condition at solid walls in rarefied gas calculations. Physical Review E 70: 017303.

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M Reese, MA Gallis, DA Lockerby (2003) New directions in fluid dynamics: non-equilibrium aerodynamic and microsystem flowsPhilosophical Transactions A: Mathematical, Physical and Engineering Sciences, 361: 2967-2988.

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DA Lockerby, JM Reese (2003) High-resolution Burnett simulations of micro Couette flow and heat transferJournal of Computational Physics, 188: 333-347.

JF Xie, L Gibelli, MK Borg, O Henrich, DA Lockerby, JM Reese (2018)A Direct Numerical Evaluation of Molecular Mean Free Paths. The 5th European Conference on Microfluidics and the 3rd European Conference on Non-Equilibrium Gas Flows, 28th February – 2nd March 2018 (Strasbourg, France)

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SM Longshaw, A Skillen, C Moulinec, DR Emerson (2017) In book: Advances in Parallel, Distributed, Grid and Cloud Computing for Engineering, Edition: 40, Chapter: 5, Publisher: Saxe-Coburg Publications, Editors: P. Iványi, B.H.V. Topping, G. Várady, pp.28, presented at PARENG 2017 (Pécs, Hungary)

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K Ritos, MK Borg, DA Lockerby, DR Emerson, JM Reese (2015) Molecular-continuum simulations of water filtration through aligned carbon nanotube membranes. 2nd International Conference on Desalination using Membrane Technology (Singapore)

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D Stephenson, DA Lockerby, MK Borg, JM Reese (2015). Design of multiscale nanofluidic networks. ASME 13th International Conference on Nanochannels, Microchannels & Minichannels (ICNMM) (San Francisco, USA)

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DA Lockerby, A Patronis, D Stephenson, DM Holland, MK Borg, K Ritos, JM Reese (2014) Multiscale modelling of micro/nano flows. Plenary lecture, 4th European Conference on Microfluidics (Limerick, Ireland)

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A Patronis, DA Lockerby (2014) Hybrid continuum-molecular modelling of non-isothermal multiscale internal gas flows. 29th International Symposium on Rarefied Gas Dynamics (RGD29) (Xi’an, China)

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DA Lockerby, A Patronis, D Stephenson, DM Holland, MK Borg, K Ritos, JM Reese (2014) Multiscale modelling of micro/nano flows. Invited, CECAM Workshop on Multiscale Simulation Methods for Soft Matter Systems (Mainz, Germany)

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MK Borg, DA Lockerby, JM Reese (2014) Advances in molecular/continuum simulations of nano flow systems. Invited, Nanofluidics in Physics and Biology (CECAM/EPFL, Lausanne, Switzerland)

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MK Borg, DA Lockerby, JM Reese (2014) Advances in hybrid molecular/continuum methods for micro and nano flows. Keynote, 4th Micro & Nano Flows Conference (MNF2014) (London)

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SY Docherty, MK Borg, DA Lockerby, JM Reese (2014) Heterogeneous multiscale simulation of micro gas flows. 4th Micro & Nano Flows Conference (MNF2014) (London)

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K Zografos, RW Barber, DR Emerson, MSN Oliveira (2014) Constant depth microfluidic networks based on a generalised Murray’s law for Newtonian and power-law fluids. 4th Micro & Nano Flows Conference (MNF2014) (London)

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XJ Gu, DR Emerson (2014) Cylindrical Couette flow in the transition regime by the method of moments. 4th Micro & Nano Flows Conference (MNF2014) (London)

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D Stephenson, DA Lockerby, MK Borg, JM Reese (2014) Multi-scale simulation of complex nano-fluidic networks. ASME 12th International Conference on Nanochannels, Microchannels & Minichannels (ICNMM) (Chicago, USA)

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A Patronis, DA Lockerby (2014) Multiscale simulation of Knudsen-pump channel flows. ASME 12th International Conference on Nanochannels, Microchannels & Minichannels (ICNMM) (Chicago, USA)

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DM Holland, DA Lockerby, MK Borg, JM Reese (2014) 6th European Conference on Computational Fluid Dynamics (ECFD VI) (Barcelona, Spain)

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MK Borg, DA Lockerby, JM Reese (2014) Advances in hybrid methods for arbitrarily scale-separated micro and nano flows. 5th International Conference on Heat Transfer & Fluid Flow in Microscale (HTFFM-V) (Marseille, France)

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MK Borg, DA Lockerby, JM Reese (2014) A hybrid molecular-continuum technique for nano/micro channel flows. 1st International Conference on Micro & Nanofluidics: Fundamentals & Applications (FLOW14) (Twente, The Netherlands)

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SY Docherty, MK Borg, DA Lockerby, JM Reese (2014) Multiscale simulation of heat transfer in a rarefied gas. 5th International Conference on Heat Transfer & Fluid Flow in Microscale (HTFFM-V) (Marseille, France)

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MK Borg, K Ritos, D Stephenson, DA Lockerby, JM Reese (2014) A coupled continuum-molecular method for simulating isothermal flows in nano-scale networks. 10th International Conference on Heat Transfer, Fluid Mechanics & Thermodynamics (HEFAT2014) (Orlando, USA)

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MJ Zimon, L Grinberg, JM Reese, DR Emerson (2014) A noise reduction algorithm for molecular fluid simulations. 5th International Conference on Heat Transfer & Fluid Flow in Microscale (HTFFM-V) (Marseille, France)

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K Ritos, L Lue, J Sefcik, M Haw, YH Zhang, JM Reese, MSN Oliveira (2013) Computational study of the effect of shear flow on nano-particle nucleation. Directed Assembly of Functional Nanomaterials: Design, Control and Manufacture (Glasgow)

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DA Lockerby, A Patronis, MK Borg, JM Reese (2013) Multiscale simulation of internal rarefied gas flows. Keynote, ASME 11th International Conference on Nanochannels, Microchannels & Minichannels (ICNMM) (Sapporo, Japan)

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SW Docherty, MK Borg, DA Lockerby, JM Reese (2013) Multiscale simulation of heat transfer in micro gas flows. DSMC13 (Santa Fe, USA)

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JM Reese, MK Borg, N Dongari, K Ritos (2013) Molecular flow engineering. International Conference on Nonlinear Dynamics in Engineering: Modelling, Analysis & Applications (Aberdeen)

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Alexiadis, DA Lockerby, MK Borg, JM Reese (2013) An atomistic-continuum hybrid approach for modelling transport phenomena at the micro- and nano-scale. ASME 11th International Conference on Nanochannels, Microchannels & Minichannels (Sapporo, Japan)

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A Patronis, DA Lockerby, MK Borg, JM Reese (2013) A hybrid particle-continuum simulation method for multiscale internal rarefied gas flows. 7th MIT Conference on Fluid and Solid Mechanics – Focus: Multiphysics and Multiscale (Boston, USA)

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K Ritos, MK Borg, DA Lockerby, S Ivekovic, Y Zhang, JM Reese (2013) Towards realistic multiscale molecular-continuum modelling of water flow through nanotube membranes. American Physical Society, 66th Annual DFD meeting (Pittsburgh, USA)

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K Ritos, MK Borg, DA Lockerby, JM Reese (2013) Simulating flow in aligned nanotube membranes using molecular dynamics. 1st International Conference on Desalination using Membrane Technology (Sitges, Spain)

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MK Borg, DA Lockerby, JM Reese (2013) A multiscale method applied to nano-micro fluidic channel networks. HYBRID2013 Workshop on Hybrid Particle-Continuum Methods in Computational Materials Physics (Jülich Supercomputing Centre, Germany)

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DA Lockerby, MK Borg, JM Reese (2012) A multiscale method for modelling high-aspect-ratio micro/nano flows. American Physical Society, 65th Annual DFD meeting (San Diego, USA)

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M Zimon, DR Emerson, JM Reese (2012) Controlling Surface Roughness to Enhance Mass Flow Rates in Nanochannels, American Physical Society, 65th Annual DFD meeting (San Diego, USA)

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MK Borg, DA Lockerby, JM Reese (2012) Fluid flows in nano/micro network configurations: a multiscale molecular-continuum approach. American Physical Society, 65th Annual DFD meeting (San Diego, USA)

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JM Reese, W Nicholls, MK Borg, DA Lockerby, (2012) Realistic molecular dynamics simulations of water flow through carbon nanotube membranes. American Physical Society, 65th Annual DFD meeting (San Diego, USA)

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DA Lockerby, MK Borg, JM Reese (2012) A multi-scale method for modelling nanochannel flows. ASME 10th International Conference on Nanochannels, Microchannels & Minichannels (ICNMM) (Puerto Rico, USA)

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K Ritos, N Dongari, Y Zhang, JM Reese (2012) Dynamic Wetting on Moving Surfaces: A Molecular Dynamics Study. ASME 10th International Conference on Nanochannels, Microchannels & Minichannels (Puerto Rico, USA)

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DA Lockerby, CA Duque Daza, MK Borg, JM Reese (2012) Efficient time-step coupling for hybrid continuum/molecular modelling of unsteady micro-scale gas flows. 1st European Conference on Gas Micro Flows (GasMems 2012), Journal of Physics: Conference Series, 362:012044

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SY Docherty, WD Nicholls, MK Borg, JM Reese (2012) Boundary conditions for molecular dynamics simulation of water transport through carbon nanotubes. 9th International Conference on Heat Transfer, Fluid Mechanics & Thermodynamics (HEFAT) (Malta)

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DA Lockerby, CA Duque Daza, MK Borg, JM Reese (2011) Exploiting timescale separation in micro and nano flows. 3rd Micro & Nano Flows Conference (MNF2011) (Thessaloniki, Greece)

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MK Borg, DA Lockerby, JM Reese (2011) Coupled continuum hydrodynamics and molecular dynamics method for multiscale simulation. 3rd Micro & Nano Flows Conference (MNF2011) (Thessaloniki, Greece)

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JM Reese, WD Nicholls (2011) Perspectives on the simulation of micro gas and nano liquid flows. ASME 9th International Conference on Nanochannels, Microchannels & Minichannels (ICNMM) (Edmonton, Canada)

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JM Reese, MK Borg, DA Lockerby (2011) Identifying non-continuum in gas flows for hybrid particle/fluid solvers. CECAM Workshop on Multiscale Modeling of Simple and Complex Liquid Flow Using Particle-Continuum Hybrids (ZCAM, Zaragoza, Spain)

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DA Lockerby, C Duque-Daza, MK Borg, JM Reese (2011) Exploiting timescale separation in micro and nano flows. CECAM Workshop on Multiscale Modeling of Simple and Complex Liquid Flow Using Particle-Continuum Hybrids (ZCAM, Zaragoza, Spain)

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MK Borg, DA Lockerby, JM Reese (2011) Coupling continuum hydrodynamics and molecular dynamics for one-dimensional scale-separated channel flows. CECAM Workshop on Multiscale Modeling of Simple and Complex Liquid Flow Using Particle-Continuum Hybrids (ZCAM, Zaragoza, Spain)

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WD Nicholls, MK Borg, JM Reese (2011) Simulating the fast transport of water through carbon nanotubes. 14th NSTI Nanotech (Boston, Massachusetts)