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#### Space-like infinity and asymptotic photon fields in Q.E.D

(University of Canterbury. Dept. of Mathematics, 1982)

Infra-red effects in Q.E.D. are discussed from the point of view of space-like infinity. Using the properties of spin and conformally weighted functions defined on a null
cone, an elementary proof of the infra-red coherence ...

#### Solving Dirichlet's Problem Constructively

(University of Canterbury. Mathematics and Statistics, 2013)

#### Atherosclerosis and calcium signalling in endothelial cells

(University of Canterbury. Dept. of Mathematics and Statistics, 2004)

The link between atherosclerosis and regions of disturbed flow and low wall shear
stress is now firmly established, but the causal mechanisms underlying the link are not
yet understood. It is now recognised that the ...

#### Reasonable model of the universe

(University of Canterbury. Dept. of Mathematics, 1983)

An insistence upon realism and simplicity is used along with Einstein's theory of gravitation to show that already ascertained facts
on the large scale structure of the universe lead inexorably to a
particular cosmological ...

#### Reasonable model of the universe

(University of Canterbury. Dept. of Mathematics, 1983)

An insistence upon realism and simplicity is used along with Einstein's theory of gravitation to show that already ascertained facts
on the large scale structure of the universe lead inexorably to a
particular cosmological ...

#### Body-rock or lift-off in flow

(CAMBRIDGE UNIV PRESS, 2013)

Conditions are investigated under which a body lying at rest or rocking on a solid horizontal surface can be removed from the surface by hydrodynamic forces or instead continues rocking. The investigation is motivated by ...

#### Fluid-body interactions: Clashing, skimming, bouncing

(ROYAL SOC, 2011)

Solid-solid and solid-fluid impacts and bouncing are the concern here. A theoretical study is presented on fluid-body interaction in which the motion of the body and the fluid influence each other nonlinearly. There could ...