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## Article

Peacock, Patrick, and Holmes, David
(2014)
*Comparison and development of equation of state laws in smoothed particle hydrodynamics.*
Applied Mechanics and Materials, 553.
pp. 144-149.

Holmes, David W., Williams, John R., and Tilke, Peter
(2011)
*A framework for parallel computational physics algorithms on multi-core: SPH in parallel.*
Advances in Engineering Software, 42 (11).
pp. 999-1008.

Holmes, David W., Williams, John R., and Tilke, Peter
(2011)
*Smooth particle hydrodynamics simulations of low Reynolds number flows through porous media.*
International Journal for Numerical and Analytical Methods in Geomechanics, 35 (4).
pp. 419-437.

Holmes, D.W., and Loughran, J.G.
(2010)
*Numerical aspects associated with the implementation of a finite strain, elasto-viscoelastic–viscoplastic constitutive theory in principal stretches.*
International Journal for Numerical Methods in Engineering, 83 (3).
pp. 366-402.

Holmes, David W., Williams, John R, and Tilke, Peter
(2010)
*An events based algorithm for distributing concurrent tasks on multi-core architectures.*
Computer Physics Communications, 181 (2).
pp. 341-354.

Read, W.W.
(2007)
*An analytic series method for Laplacian problems with mixed
boundary conditions.*
Journal of Computational and Applied Mathematics, 209 (1).
pp. 22-32.

Yao, X.
(2006)
*Effect of solute redistribution on the growth kinetics in solidification.*
International Journal of Modern Physics B, 20 (25-27).
pp. 3938-3943.

Yao, X., and Wang, H.
(2006)
*Modeling of semisolid structure formation in controlled nucleation method.*
International Journal of Modern Physics B, 20 (25-27).
pp. 4123-4128.

Yao, X.
(2006)
*On the solute coupling at the moving solid-liquid interface during equiaxed solidification.*
Applied Physics Letters, 89 (7).
pp. 71903-71905.

Yao, X.
(2006)
*Modeling and experimental study of the interface morphology and growth kinetics for fibrous growth of eutectic.*
Journal of Materials Research, 21 (12).
pp. 3009-3016.

Sneddon, G.E., and Read, W.W.
(2005)
*The method of particular solutions for the Helmholtz equation.*
ANZIAM Journal, 46 (E).
pp. 544-557.

Duan, Mei
(2004)
*Splitting behaviour analysis of steel cladding systems.*
Key Engineering Materials, 274-276.
pp. 151-156.

Read, W.W., Sneddon, G.E., and Bode, L.
(2004)
*A series method for the eigenvalues of the advection diffusion equation.*
ANZIAM Journal, 45.
pp. 773-786.

Belward, S.R., Read, W.W., and Higgins, P.J.
(2003)
*Efficient series solutions for non-linear flow over topography.*
ANZIAM Journal, 44.
pp. 96-113.

Read, W.W., Belward, S.R., and Higgins, P.J.
(2003)
*An efficient iterative scheme for series solutions to Laplacian free boundary problems.*
ANZIAM Journal, 44.
pp. 644-663.

Sanderson, Brian, and Brassington, Gary
(2002)
*Fourth- and fifth-order finite-difference methods applied to a control-volume ocean model.*
Journal of Atmospheric and Oceanic Technology, 19 (9).
pp. 1424-1441.

Read, W.W., and Sneddon, G.E.
(2001)
*A little known result on systems of ordinary differential equations.*
Australian Mathematical Society Gazette, 28 (2).
pp. 63-66.

Tritscher, Peter, Read, W. Wayne, and Broadbridge, Philip
(2000)
*Specific yield for a two-dimensional flow.*
Water Resources Research, 36 (6).
pp. 1393-1420.

Read, W.W.
(2000)
*An iterative analytic series method for Laplacian problems with free and mixed boundary conditions.*
ANZIAM Journal, 42 (E).
C1238-C1259.

## Conference Item

Leonardi, Christopher R., Jones, Bruce D., Holmes, David W., and Williams, John R.
(2013)
*Numerical rheometry of non-Newtonian particle suspensions using coupled lattice Boltzmann-discrete element methods.*
In: Proceedings of the Third International Conference on Particle-Based Methods: fundamentals and applications. From: Particles 2013: Third International Conference on Particle-Based Methods: fundamentals and applications, 18-20 September 2013, Stuttgart, Germany.

Leonardi, Christopher R., Holmes, David W., Williams, John R., and Tilke, Peter G.
(2011)
*A multi-core numerical framework for characterizing flow in oil reservoirs.*
In: Proceedings of the 2011 Spring Simulation Multiconference (6), pp. 166-174. From: SpringSim '11 Spring Simulation Multiconference, 3 - 7 April 2011, Boston, MA, USA.

Tilke, Peter G., Holmes, David W., and Williams, John R.
(2010)
*Characterizing flow in oil reservoir rock using smooth particle hydrodynamics.*
In: AIP Conference Proceedings (1254), pp. 278-283. From: Third International Conference on Porous Media and its Applications in Science, Engineering and Industry, 20-25 June 2010, Montecatini, Italy.

Williams, John R., Holmes, David, and Tilke, Peter
(2010)
*Multi-core strategies for particle methods.*
In: Proceedings of the Fifth International Conference on Discrete Element Methods, pp. 11-17. From: Fifth International Conference on Discrete Element Methods, 25-26 August 2010, London, UK.

Williams, John R., Holmes, David, and Tilke, Peter
(2009)
*Particle methods on multi-core and GPGPU machines.*
In: Proceedings of the International Conference on Particle Based Methods: fundamentals and applications, pp. 42-45. From: Particles 2009 International Conference on Particle Based Methods, 25-27 November 2009, Barcelona, Spain.

Holmes, David W., Williams, John R., and Tilke, Peter
(2009)
*Smooth particle hydrodynamics for grain scale multi-phase fluid simulations.*
In: Proceedings of the International Conference on Particle Based Methods: fundamentals and applications, pp. 237-240. From: Particles 2009 International Conference on Particle Based Methods, 25-27 November 2009, Barcelona, Spain.

## Thesis

Hoeke, Ron Karl
(2010)
*An investigation of wave-dominated coral reef hydrodynamics.*
PhD thesis, James Cook University.