Contact details

email: sxc AT aber DOT ac DOT uk
Department of Mathematics
Institute of Mathematics, Physics and Computer Science
Aberystwyth University
and
Institute of Non-Newtonian Fluid Mechanics

Phone: +44-(0)1970-622764
Fax: +44-(0)1970-622826

Simon

Research and Teaching

Curriculum Vitae

Research on Foams

A Gallery of Foam Motion

Current Teaching: Other Teaching:

Foam News

See foam news archive for more.

Publications

Also see AU's repository.
ORCID: 0000-0001-6129-3394

S.J. Cox, F. Graner, R. Mosseri and J.-F. Sadoc (2016) Quasicrystalline three-dimensional foams. Under review.

A. Mughal, S.J. Cox and G. E. Schroeder-Turk (2016) Curvature driven motion of soap cells in toroidal Hele-Shaw cells. Under review.

S.J. Cox and I.T. Davies (2016) Simulations of quasi-static foam flow through a diverging-converging channel Korea-Aust. Rheol. J. 28: 181--186. Postprint.

M.A.C. Teixeira, S. Arscott, S.J. Cox and P.I.C. Teixeira (2015) What is the shape of an air bubble on a liquid surface? Langmuir 31: 13708-13717. Postprint.

T. Davies, L. Garratt and S. Cox (2015) Least area partition of a cylinder into three parts. Gwerddon 20: 30-43. Offprint.

R.J. Whittaker and S.J. Cox (2015) Stability of a Helicoidal Surface inside a Cylinder with Pinned Diameters. Quart. J. Mech. Appl. Math. 68: 23-52. Preprint.

L.E. Nonnekes, S.J. Cox and W.R. Rossen (2015) Effect of Gas Diffusion on Mobility of Foam for Enhanced Oil Recovery. Transp. Porous Med. 106: 669-689. Preprint.

S.J. Cox (2015) Simulations of bubble division in the flow of a foam past an obstacle in a narrow channel. Coll. Surf A. 473: 104-108. Preprint.

I. Cantat, S. Cohen-Addad, F. Elias, F. Graner, R. Hohler, O. Pitois, F. Rouyer, A. Saint-Jalmes, R. Flatman (trans.), and S.J. Cox (ed.) (2013) Foams: structure and dynamics. Oxford University Press, Oxford.

See publications archive for more.

aqueous area boundary bubbles bulk candidates cluster drag drainage ellipse emulsions experimental experiments films flow fluid foam form fraction hexagonal length liquid model network orientation partition perimeter plateau pressure rate sedimentation simulations sphere structure surface t1s torque two-dimensional viscous volume
created at TagCrowd.com


Valid HTML 4.01 Transitional


The information provided on this and other pages by me, Simon Cox, is under my own personal responsibility and not that of Aberystwyth University. Similarly, any opinions expressed are my own and are in no way to be taken as those of A.U.