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    • Pushing the limits of the reaction-coordinate mapping 

      Correa, LA; Xu, B; Morris, B; et al. (AIP Publishing, 6 September 2019)
      The reaction-coordinate mapping is a useful technique to study complex quantum dissipative dynamics into structured environments. In essence, it aims to mimic the original problem by means of an 'augmented system', which ...
    • Phonon sidebands of color centers in hexagonal boron nitride 

      Khatri, P; Luxmoore, IJ; Ramsay, AJ (American Physical Society, 16 September 2019)
      Low temperature photoluminescence spectra of a color center in hexagonal boron nitride are analyzed. The acoustic phonon sideband can be described by a deformation coupling proportional to strain to a phonon bath that is ...
    • Analysis of array spacing on tidal stream turbine farm performance using Large-Eddy Simulation 

      Ouro, P; Ramírez, L; Harrold, M (Elsevier, 12 September 2019)
      Design of efficient tidal arrays relies on the adopted spacing between turbines and their mutual interplay. Turbines affected by wake shadowing operate in harsher flow conditions, such as higher turbulence levels or lower ...
    • Consistent expressions for the free-surface Green function in finite water depth 

      Mackay, E (Elsevier, 2019)
      Fast and accurate computation of the free-surface Green function is of key importance for the numerical solution of linear and second-order wave-structure interaction problems in three dimensions. Integral and series ...
    • Simple Enclosure is Waterproof to 400 Metres 

      Gibson, A (British Cave Research Association, 3 December 2018)
      David Gibson describes a low-cost equipment housing for underwater use at depths of, potentially, up to 1000m although caving applications would normally be at a shallower depth of under 100m. Possible uses of this housing ...