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Selected and Recent Publications from members of the Biological Mechanics group
Selected and Recent Publications: T J Pedley
5. Pedley, T.J. On the instability of viscous flow in a rapidly rotating pipe. J. Fluid Mech., 35: 97-115, 1969.
12. Pedley, T.J., Sudlow, M.F. & Milic-Emili, J. A nonlinear theory of the distribution of pulmonary ventilation. Respir. Physiol. 15: 1-38, 1972.
20. Pedley, T.J. Viscous boundary layers in reversing flow. J. Fluid Mech., 74: 59-79, 1976.
22. Pedley, T.J., Schroter, R.C. & Sudlow, M.F. Gas flow and mixing in the airways. In: Bioengineering Aspects of the Lung, ed. by J.B. West, pp. 163-265. Marcel Dekker, New York, 1977.
23. Pedley, T.J. Pulmonary fluid dynamics. Ann. Rev. Fluid Mech. 9: 229-274, 1977.
24. Pedley, T.J. (ed), Scale Effects in Animal Locomotion: 545pp. Academic Press, 1977.
27. Caro, C.G., Pedley, T.J., Schroter, R.C. & Seed, W.A. The Mechanics of the Circulation: 527pp, O.U.P., 1978.
31. Pedley, T.J. The Fluid Mechanics of Large Blood Vessels: 446pp, C.U.P., 1980.
42. Pedley, T.J. Calculation of unstirred layer thickness in membrane transport experiments: a survey. Quart. Rev. Biophys. 16: 115-150, 1983.
44. Pedley, T.J. Nonlinear pulse wave reflection at an arterial stenosis. J. Biomech. Eng. (Trans. ASME, Ser K) 105: 353-359, 1983.
48. Pedley, T.J. & Stephanoff, K.D. Flow along a channel with a time-dependent indentation in one wall: the generation of vorticity waves. J. Fluid Mech., 160: 337-367, 1985.
55. Ralph, M.E. & Pedley, T.J. Flow in a channel with a moving indentation. J. Fluid Mech., 190: 87-112, 1988.
56. Pedley, T.J. & Kamm, R.D. The effect of secondary motion on axial transport in oscillatory tube flow. J. Fluid Mech., 193: 347-367, 1988.
57. Pedley, T.J., Hill, N.A. & Kessler, J.O. The growth of bioconvection patterns in a uniform suspension of gyrotactic microorganisms. J. Fluid Mech., 195: 223-238, 1988.
59. Jensen, O.E. & Pedley, T.J. The existence of steady flow in a collapsed tube. J. Fluid Mech., 206: 339-374, 1989.
65. Pedley, T.J. & Kessler, J.O. A new continuum model for suspensions of gyrotactic micro-organisms. J. Fluid Mech., 212: 155-182, 1990.
66. Borgas, M.S. & Pedley, T.J. Non-uniqueness and bifurcation in annular and planar channel flows. J. Fluid Mech., 214: 229-250, 1990.
69. Bertram, C.D., Raymond, C.J. & Pedley, T.J. Application of nonlinear dynamics concepts to the analysis of self-excited oscillations of a collapsible tube conveying a flow. J. Fluids & Structures, 5: 391-426, 1991.
73. Pedley, T.J. Longitudinal tension variation in collapsible channels: a new mechanism for the breakdown of steady flow. J. Biomech. Eng., 114, 60-67, 1992.
74. Pedley, T.J. & Kessler, J.O. Hydrodynamic phenomena in suspensions of swimming micro-organisms. Ann. Rev. Fluid Mech. 24, 313-358, 1992.
76. Tutty, O.R. & Pedley, T.J. Oscillatory flow in a stepped channel, J. Fluid Mech. 247: 179-204, 1993.
77. Hydon, P.E. & Pedley, T.J. Axial dispersion in a channel with oscillating walls, J. Fluid Mech. 249: 535-555, 1993.
83. Jones, M.S., Le Baron, L. & Pedley, T.J. Biflagellate gyrotaxis in a shear flow. J. Fluid Mech., 281: 137-157, 1994.
88. Hillesdon, A.J., Pedley, T.J. & Kessler, J.O. The development of concentration gradients in a suspension of chemotactic bacteria. Bull. Math. Biol., 57: 299-344, 1995.
90. Ellington, C.P. & Pedley, T.J. (eds) Biological Fluid Dynamics, Society for Experimental Biology Symposium no 49, Cambridge, The Company of Biologists, 1995.
94. Bujurke, N.M., Pedley, T.J. & Tutty, O.R. Comparison of series expansion and finite-difference computations of internal flow separation. Phil. Trans. R. Soc. Lond. A. 354: 1751-1773, 1996.
95. Heil, M. & Pedley, T.J. Large post-buckling deformations of cylindrical shells conveying viscous flow. J. Fluids & Structures, 10: 565-599, 1996.
96. Luo, X.-Y. & Pedley, T.J. A numerical simulation of unsteady flow in a 2-D collapsible channel. J. Fluid Mech., 314; 191-225, 1996. (corrigendum 324: 408-409, 1996).
97. Pedley, T.J. , Brook, B.S. & Seymour, R.S. Blood pressure and flow rate in the giraffe jugular vein. Phil. Trans. R. Soc. Lond. B, 351, 855-866, 1996.
100. Hillesdon, A.J. & Pedley, T.J. Bioconvection in suspensions of oxytactic bacteria: linear theory. J. Fluid Mech. 324: 223-259, 1996.
102. Carew, E.O. & Pedley, T.J. An active membrane model for peristaltic pumping. I. Periodic activation waves in an infinite tube. J. Biomech. Eng., 119, 66-76, 1997.
108. Pedley, T.J. & Luo, X.Y. Models of flow and self-excited oscillations in collapsible tubes. Theor. & Comp. Fluid Dyn., 10: 277-294, 1998.
110. Metcalfe, A.M. & Pedley, T.J. Bacterial bioconvection: weakly nonlinear theory for pattern selection. J. Fluid Mech., 370: 249-270, 1998.
112. Waters, S.L. & Pedley, T.J. Oscillatory flow in a tube of time-dependent curvature: Part I. perturbation to flow in a stationary curved tube. J. Fluid Mech., 383: 327-352, 1999.
113. Brook, B.S., Falle, S.A.E.G. & Pedley, T.J. Numerical solutions for unsteady gravity-driven flows in collapsible tubes: evolution and roll-wave instability of a steady state. J. Fluid Mech., 396: 223-256, 1999.
116. Pedley, T.J. & Hill, S.J. Large amplitude undulatory fish swimming: fluid mechanics coupled to internal mechanics. J. exp Biol., 202: 3431-3438, 1999.
117. Hazel, A.L. & Pedley, T.J. Vascular endothelial cells minimise the total force on their nuclei. Biophys. J., 78: 47-54, 2000.
118. Luo, X.Y. & Pedley, T.J. Multiple solutions and flow limitation in collapsible channel flows. J. Fluid Mech., 420: 301-324, 2000.
119. Lewis, D.M. & Pedley, T.J. Planktonic contact rates in homogeneous isotropic turbulence: theoretical predictions and kinematic simulations. J. Theor. Biol., 205: 377-408, 2000.
120. Bearon, R.N. & Pedley, T.J. Modelling run-and-tumble chemotaxis in a shear flow. Bull. Math. Biol., 62: 775-791, 2000.
121. Pedley, T.J. Flow-structure interactions in biomechanics. In: Intra- and extra-corporeal cardiovascular fluid dynamics, ed. by P. Verdonck & K. Perktold, WIT Press, pp 27-56, 2000.
125. Pedley, T.J. Blood flow in arteries and veins. In: Perspectives in fluid mechanics, ed. by G.K. Batchelor, H.K. Moffatt & M.G. Worster. Cambridge University Press, pp 105-158, 2000.
126. Lewis, D.M. & Pedley, T.J. The influence of turbulence on plankton predation strategies. J. Theor. Biol., 210, 347-365, 2001.
127. Pedley, T.J. James Lighthill and his contributions to fluid mechanics. Ann. Rev. Fluid Mech., 33, 1-41, 2001.
128. Metcalfe, A.M. & Pedley, T.J. Falling plumes in bacterial bioconvection. J. Fluid Mech. 445, 121-149, 2001.
130. Brook, B.S. & Pedley, T.J. A model for time-dependent flow in (giraffe jugular) veins: uniform tube properties. J. Biomechanics, 35, 95-107, 2002.
131. Magar, V., Goto, T. & Pedley, T.J. Nutrient uptake by a self-propelled steady squirmer. Quart. J. Mech. Appl. Math., 56, 65-91, 2003.
132. Carpenter, P.W. & Pedley, T.J. (eds) Flow past highly compliant boundaries and in collapsible tubes, an IUTAM Symposium, 323pp., Kluwer, 2003.
133. Metcalfe, A.M., Pedley, T.J. & Thingstad, F. Incorporating turbulence into a plankton foodweb model. J. Marine Systems (accepted), 2003.
134. Pedley, T.J. Arterial and venous fluid dynamics. In: Cardiovascular Fluid Mechanics, ed. by G. Pedrizzetti & K. Perktold, pp.1-72, 2003.
135. Pedley, T.J. Mathematical modelling of arterial fluid dynamics. J. Eng. Maths, 47, 419-414, 2003.
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