Gregory Nicholas de Boer
Gregory Nicholas de Boer
Lecturer, School of Mechanical Engineering, University of Leeds
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Design methodology for magnetic field-based soft tri-axis tactile sensors
H Wang, G De Boer, J Kow, A Alazmani, M Ghajari, R Hewson, P Culmer
Sensors 16 (9), 1356, 2016
552016
Design and characterization of tri-axis soft inductive tactile sensors
H Wang, D Jones, G de Boer, J Kow, L Beccai, A Alazmani, P Culmer
IEEE Sensors Journal 18 (19), 7793-7801, 2018
272018
Robust and high-performance soft inductive tactile sensors based on the Eddy-current effect
H Wang, J Kow, N Raske, G De Boer, M Ghajari, R Hewson, A Alazmani, ...
Sensors and Actuators A: Physical 271, 44-52, 2018
242018
Two-scale EHL: Three-dimensional topography in tilted-pad bearings
GN De Boer, RW Hewson, HM Thompson, L Gao, VV Toropov
Tribology International 79, 111-125, 2014
192014
Design optimisation of a magnetic field based soft tactile sensor
G Boer, N Raske, H Wang, J Kow, A Alazmani, M Ghajari, P Culmer, ...
Sensors 17 (11), 2539, 2017
152017
Practical recommendations on the use of moving least squares metamodel building
EL Loweth, GN De Boer, VV Toropov
Proceedings of the Thirteenth International Conference on Civil, Structural …, 2011
152011
A low-cost soft tactile sensing array using 3D Hall sensors
H Wang, G De Boer, J Kow, M Ghajari, A Alazmani, R Hewson, P Culmer
Procedia Engineering 168, 650-653, 2016
122016
The role of micro-cavitation on EHL: A study using a multiscale mass conserving approach
L Gao, G de Boer, R Hewson
Tribology International 90, 324-331, 2015
122015
A multiscale method for optimising surface topography in elastohydrodynamic lubrication (EHL) using metamodels
GN De Boer, L Gao, RW Hewson, HM Thompson, N Raske, VV Toropov
Structural and Multidisciplinary Optimization 54 (3), 483-497, 2016
112016
A low-cost, high-performance, soft tri-axis tactile sensor based on eddy-current effect
H Wang, J Kow, G de Boer, D Jones, A Alazmani, P Culmer
2017 IEEE SENSORS, 1-3, 2017
102017
Aerodynamic drag reduction of emergency response vehicles
AR Taherkhani, GN de Boer, PH Gaskell, CA Gilkeson, RW Hewson, ...
Advances in Automobile Engineering 4 (2), 2015
72015
An investigation into the contact between soft elastic and poroelastic bodies rotating under load
G de Boer, R Hewson, M Bryant, D Dowson
Tribology-Materials, Surfaces & Interfaces 11 (4), 193-201, 2017
62017
Heterogeneous Multiscale Methods for modelling surface topography in Elastohydrodynamic Lubrication line contacts
GN De Boer, L Gao, RW Hewson, HM Thompson
Tribology International 113, 262-278, 2017
62017
An investigation in to batch cleaning using wash racks
A Rodgers, G de Boer, B Murray, G Scott, N Kapur
Food and bioproducts processing 113, 118-128, 2019
52019
On the two-scale modelling of elastohydrodynamic lubrication in tilted-pad bearings
G De Boer, A Almqvist
Lubricants 6 (3), 78, 2018
52018
Three computational methods for analysing thermal airflow distributions in the cooling of data centres
GN De Boer, A Johns, N Delbosc, D Burdett, M Tatchell-Evans, ...
International Journal of Numerical Methods for Heat & Fluid Flow, 2018
42018
Soft tactile sensors with variable compliance
S Azim, A Srinivasan, M Pandaram, J Kow, G de Boer, H Wang, ...
2017 IEEE SENSORS, 1-3, 2017
42017
Computational fluid dynamic enabled design optimisation of miniaturised continuous oscillatory baffled reactors in chemical processing
C González Niño, N Kapur, MF King, G de Boer, AJ Blacker, R Bourne, ...
International Journal of Computational Fluid Dynamics 33 (6-7), 317-331, 2019
32019
Force and topography reconstruction using GP and MOR for the TACTIP soft sensor system
G de Boer, H Wang, M Ghajari, A Alazmani, R Hewson, P Culmer
Annual Conference Towards Autonomous Robotic Systems, 65-74, 2016
32016
A multiscale framework for lubrication analysis of bearings with textured surface
L Gao, GN de Boer, RW Hewson
Advances in Structural Engineering and Mechanics (ASEM), 2013
32013
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