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Wilson's PhD thesis and early papers focused on instabilities in viscoelastic fluids. She predicted a new instability in channel flow of a shear-thinning fluid which was later discovered experimentally by another group and on which she still works. She has also worked on instabilities in shear-banding flows and in more complex geometries. Her other major research interest, besides.
Even though all PhD topics are different, all students will research a subject in great depth, acquire advanced skills in practical and intellectual problem-solving and critical analysis of theories and evidence, and contribute to an extensive piece of original work (a dissertation of up to 100,000 words) to the field of education. Your research topic could relate to any aspect of the theory.
PHD THESIS H J Wilson. Shear Flow Instabilities in Viscoelastic Fluids. PhD Thesis, University of Cambridge, 1998.
A professor of history at the University of South Carolina, Kendrick Clements teaches American diplomatic history, twentieth century American history, and the history of Canada. He has particular interests in presidential biography and environmental history.
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Mark M. J. Wilson Lincoln University 2006. ii Abstract of a thesis submitted in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the Degree of Doctor of Philosophy Abstract and Key Words Supply Chains Behaving Badly: A Dynamic Model of Interorganisational Supply Chain Exchange Behaviour under Rational, Relational and Chaotic Paradigms By Mark M.J. Wilson Supply chain exchange relationships are.
Lindsay J. Wilson This thesis is submitted in partial fulfilment for the degree of PhD at the University of St Andrews August 2014. 1. Candidate’s declarations: I Lindsay Wilson, hereby certify that this thesis, which is approximately 70,000 words in length, has been written by me, and that it is the record of work carried out by me, or principally by myself in collaboration with others as.