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    • 1D and 3D models of auto-regulated cerebrovascular flow 

      Moorhead, K.T.; Moore, S.M.; Chase, J.G.; David, T.; Fink, J. (University of Canterbury. Mechanical Engineering., 2004)
      The Circle of Willis (CoW) is a ring-like structure of blood vessels at the base of the brain that distributes arterial blood to the cerebral mass. 1D and 3D CFD models of the CoW have been created to simulate clinical ...
    • 1D Nonlinear site response prediction: Analysis of residuals at a large number of Kik-Net vertical seismometer arrays 

      Kaklamanos, J.; Bradley, B.A. (University of Canterbury. Civil and Natural Resources Engineering, 2015)
      Site response models are frequently used in engineering practice to predict surficial ground motions based on a site-specific soil profile and input motions, and site response predictions are especially important for large ...
    • A 2 parameter model of lung mechanics to predict volume response and optimise ventilator therapy in ARDS 

      Sundaresan, A.; Hann, C.E.; Chase, J.G.; Yuta, T.; Shaw, G.M. (University of Canterbury. Electrical and Computer EngineeringUniversity of Canterbury. Mechanical Engineering, 2009)
      A majority of patients admitted to the Intensive Care Unit (ICU) require some form of respiratory support. In the case of Acute Respiratory Distress Syndrome (ARDS), the patient often requires full intervention from a ...
    • The 2009 South Pacific tsunami - implications for tsunami hazard in the South Pacific 

      Power, W.; Wilson, K.; Prasetya, G.; Bradley, B.A.; Wang, X.; Beavan, J.; Holden, C. (University of Canterbury. Civil and Natural Resources Engineering, 2010)
    • 22 February 2011 Christchurch Earthquake : Are we adequately characterizing extreme/rare events? 

      Bradley, B.A. (University of Canterbury. Civil and Natural Resources Engineering, 2011)
      An overview of the 22 February 2011 Christchurch earthquake is presented in the context of characterization of extreme/rare events. Focus is given to the earthquake source, observed near-source strong ground motions, and ...
    • 3-D numerical simulation of shake-table tests on piles subjected to lateral spreading 

      Cubrinovski, M.; Sugita, H.; Tokimatsu, K.; Sato, M.; Ishihara, K.; Tsukamoto, Y.; Kamata, T. (University of Canterbury. Civil and Natural Resources Engineering., 2005)
      A fully-coupled effective stress method of analysis incorporating an elastic-plastic constitutive model specifically designed for modelling sand behaviour was used to numerically simulate shake table experiments on piles ...
    • 3-D seismic response of liquefaction-susceptible improved-soil deposits 

      Bradley, B.A.; Araki, K.; Ishii, T.; Saitoh, K. (University of Canterbury. Civil and Natural Resources Engineering, 2011)
      Numerous earthquakes occurring over the last five decades have illustrated the significant hazards posed by soil liquefaction. Recent observations have also illustrated the potential hazard mitigation that can be achieved ...
    • 3D Canterbury Velocity Model (CantVM) – Version 1.0 

      Bradley, B.A.; Lee, R.L.; Thomson, E.M.; Ghisetti, F.; McGann, C.R.; Pettinga, J.; Hughes, M.W. (University of Canterbury. Civil and Natural Resources EngineeringUniversity of Canterbury. Geological Sciences, 2015)
    • 3D Natural Hand Interaction for AR Applications 

      Lee, M.; Green, R.; Billinghurst, M. (University of Canterbury. Human Interface Technology Laboratory., 2008)
      In this paper we describe a computer vision-based 3D hand tracking system for a multimodal Augmented Reality (AR) interface. We have developed a 3D vision-based natural hand interaction method. This consists of four steps: ...
    • 3D printing of porous media at the microstructural scale 

      Dimartino, S.; Fee, C.J.; Nawada, S.; Clucas, D.; Huber, T.; Gordon, A.; Dolamore, F. (University of Canterbury. Chemical and Process EngineeringUniversity of Canterbury. College Office (Engineering)University of Canterbury. Biomolecular Interaction Centre, 2014)
      What is superficially referred to as ‘packing quality’, a myriad of geometrical parameters governing the interrelations between pores, has only been measured post-hoc in the form of separation efficiency. While several ...
    • A 3D seismic velocity model for Canterbury, New Zealand for broadband ground motion simulation 

      Lee, R.L.; Bradley, B.A.; Pettinga, J.R.; Hughes, M.; Graves, R.W. (University of Canterbury. Civil and Natural Resources EngineeringUniversity of Canterbury. Geological Sciences, 2013)
      his poster presents the ongoing development of a 3D Canterbury seismic velocity model which will be used in physics-based hybrid broadband ground motion simulation of the 2010-2011 Canterbury earthquakes. Velocity models ...
    • A 3D seismic velocity model for Canterbury, New Zealand for broadband ground motion simulation 

      Lee, R.L.; Bradley, B.A.; Ghisetti, F.; Pettinga, J.R.; Hughes, M.W.; Thomson, E.M. (University of Canterbury. Civil and Natural Resources Engineering, 2014)
      This poster presents the on-going development of a new 3D seismic velocity model of Canterbury, New Zealand. The intention of the model is to provide the 3D crustal structure in the region at multiple length scales for ...
    • 3D Tree Mapping - Rethinking the DBH Tape 

      Morgenroth, J.; Gomez, C.; Miller, J. (University of Canterbury. School of Forestry, 2015)
    • AC High Potential Testing of Large Hydro-Generator Stators Using Open Core Transformers 

      Bendre, V.D.; Bell, S.; Enright, W.; Bodger, P.S. (University of Canterbury. Electrical and Computer Engineering., 2007)
      When generator stators are rewound or undergo major repairs, there is often a desire to perform a high potential test. These tests can be completed using d.c., very low frequency or a.c. power frequency test voltages. A.c. ...
    • An AC Loss Model for Bi2223 Superconductors in Partial Core Transformers 

      Lapthorn, A.; Bodger, P. (University of Canterbury. Electrical and Computer Engineering, 2010)
      This paper presents a modelling technique for calculating the ac losses for a high temperature superconducting partial core transformer using Bi2223 superconducting tape. The model is a function of the current in the ...
    • AC resistance thermometry for thermal characterisation sensing inside a microfluidic channel 

      Meffan C; Nock VM (2018)
      An AC resistance thermometer was integrated into a microfluidic channel and used to measure the flow of water at varying flow-rates. The ability to control the probing depth of the sensor has potential applications for ...
    • Accelerometer-based Orientation Sensing for Head Tracking in AR & Robotics 

      Keir, M.S.; Hann, C.E.; Chase, J.G.; Chen, X.Q. (University of Canterbury. Mechanical Engineering., 2007)
      This work seeks to improve dynamic accuracy of viewpoint tracking for Augmented Reality. Using an inverted pendulum to model the head, dynamic orientation sensing for a single degree of rotation in a vertical plane is ...
    • Accidental contact between distribution lines of dissimilar voltages 

      Chong, K.; Bodger, P.S. (University of Canterbury. Electrical and Computer Engineering., 2002)
      The accidental contact between 33kV and 11kV distribution lines is investigated. Experiments conducted on a contrived network showed that during a clash between high voltage and lower voltage conductors, the voltage on the ...
    • Accounting for residual deformation and simple approaches to their mitigation 

      Pettinga, J.D.; Pampanin, S.; Christopoulos, C.; Priestley, M.J.N. (University of Canterbury. Civil Engineering., 2006)
      Recent developments in performance-based seismic design and assessment approaches have emphasised the importance of properly assessing and limiting the residual (permanent) deformations, typically sustained by a structure ...