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On axiomatic systems in mathematics and theories in physics
(University of Cambridge, 19530725)

On generalized dispersion relations and mesonnucleon scattering
(University of CambridgeFaculty of MathematicsTrinity College, 19571119)

Analytic properties of transition amplitudes
(University of CambridgePalmer Physical Laboratory, Princeton University, 19621207)

Properties of expanding universes
(University of CambridgeFaculty of Mathematics. Applied Mathematics and Theoretical Physics, 19660315)Some implications and consequences of the expansion of the universe are examined. In Chapter 1 it is shown that this expansion creates grave difficulties for the HoyleNarlikar theory of gravitation. Chapter 2 deals with ...

Complex spacetime
(University of CambridgeDepartment of Applied Mathematics & Theoretical Physics, 19690506)

The analysis and simulation of multiaccess computer systems
(University of CambridgeDepartment of Applied Mathematics and Theoretical Physics, 19700507)

The calculation of instanton determinants
(University of CambridgeDepartment of Applied Mathematics & Theoretical Physics, 19811110)

Radial basis function methods for multivariable approximation
(University of CambridgeDepartment of Applied Mathematics & Theoretical Physics, 19881115)

Kinematic simulation of turbulent flow and particle motions
(University of CambridgePeterhouse, 19900508)This thesis describes a new method for simulating high Reynolds number turbulence which requires much less computing power. This involved both theoretical work  to understand and model the important processes  and ...

Crystallization and melting in geological fluid mechanics
(University of CambridgeDepartment of Applied Mathematics and Theoretical Physics, 19910712)

Dynamics of buoyant releases in confined spaces.
(University of CambridgeDepartment of Applied Mathematics and Theoretical Physics, 19920128)The flows that may result from the release of a buoyant fluid from a small source in a confined space are varied and complex, depending on the source characteristics, the confining geometry and container ventilation. ...

Geometric algebra and its application to mathematical physics
(University of CambridgeDepartment of Applied Mathematics and Theoretical Physics, 1994)

BRST quantisation and finite temperature field theory
(University of CambridgeDepartment of Applied Mathematics & Theoretical Physics, 19960130)

The Effect of a Group of Obstacles on a Flow and Dispersion over a Surface
(University of CambridgeKing's College, 19960618)In this thesis we develop analytical models for boundary layer flow through a two dimensional group of obstacles , based on the "distributed force" model. An array of obstacles is represented as a region without solid ...

Vortices and Rossbywave radiation on the betaplane
(University of CambridgeQueens' CollegeDepartment of Applied Mathematics and Theoretical Physics, 19961119)The Earth’s atmosphere and oceans contain strongly swirling coherent structures. The sphericity of the Earth’s surface, which may be modelled by the betaeffect, is responsible for the motion of these vortices, and also ...

The quasifixed Minimal Supersymmetric Standard Model
(Physics Letters, Section B: Nuclear, Elementary Particle and HighEnergy Physics, 19971225)

Geometry of monopoles and domain walls
(University of CambridgeDepartment of Applied Mathematics & Theoretical Physics, 19990504)

Modelling Photospheric Magnetoconvection
(University of CambridgeDepartment of Applied Mathematics and Theoretical Physics, 20000314)

Wormhole throats in R gravity
(Classical and Quantum Gravity, 20050121)

Shear flow instabilities in viscoelastic fluids
(University of CambridgeDepartment of Applied Mathematics and Theoretical Physics, 20060523)This dissertation is concerned with the theoretical study of the stability of viscoelastic shear flows. It is divided into two parts: part I studies inertialess coextrusion flows at large Weissenberg number where the ...