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Farrell, Troy W (1998) The mathematical modelling of primary alkaline battery cathodes. PhD thesis, Queensland University of Technology.
Farrell, Troy W., Please, Colin P., McElwain, Sean, & Swinkels, Dominicus (2000) Primary alkaline battery cathodes a three-scale model. Journal of the Electrochemical Society, 147(11), pp. 4034-4044.
Kelson, Neil A. & Farrell, Troy W. (2001) Micropolar flow over a porous stretching sheet with strong suction or injection. International Communications in Heat and Mass Transfer, 28(4), pp. 479-488.
Farrell, Troy, McElwain, Sean, & Swinkels, Dominicus (2001) A Finite Difference Equivalent Circuit Approach to Secondary Current Modelling in Annular Porous Electrodes. Journal of Applied Mathematics and Decision Sciences, pp. 119-132.
Coutis, Peter, Farrell, Troy, & Pettet, Graeme (2001) Tackling Diversity with Depth and Breadth: A Paradigm for Modern Engineering Mathematics Education? In Proceedings of the 12th Australasian Conference on Engineering Education, 7th Australasian Women in Engineering Forum, 26-28 September 2001.
Penny, Melissa, Farrell, Troy, Will, Geoffrey, & Bell, John (2003) A Mathematical Model of the Semiconductor-Electrolyte Interface in Dye Sensitised Solar Cells. In May, R & Blyth, W (Eds.) EMAC 2003 Proceedings (R.L. May & W. F. Blyth, Eds.), 9 - 11 July 2003, University of Technology, Sydney, Australia.
Kelson, Neil A., Desseaux, Andre, & Farrell, Troy W. (2003) Micropolar flow in a porous channel with high mass transfer. The ANZIAM Journal, 44(e), C479-C495.
Penny, Melissa A., Farrell, Troy W., Will, Geoffrey D., & Bell, John M. (2004) Modelling interfacial charge transfer in dye-sensitised solar cells. Journal of Photochemistry and Photobiology A: Chemistry, 164(1-3), pp. 41-46.
Farrell, Troy, Oberman, Glen, & Sizgek, Erden (2005) Drying of a Liquid Droplet Suspended in its Own Vapour. The A N Z I A M Journal, 46(E), pp. 1155-1169.
Farrell, Troy W. & Please, Colin P. (2005) Primary Alkaline Battery Cathodes - A Simplified Model for Porous Manganese Oxide Particle Discharge. Journal of The Electrochemical Society (JES), 152(10), pp. 1930-1941.
Oberman, Glen J., Farrell, Troy W., Turner, Ian W., & Sizgek, Erden (2006) Drying of a liquid droplet suspended in a binary atmosphere. In Proceeding of the 5th International Conference on CFD in the Process Industries, 13-15 December 2006, Melbourne, Victoria.
Johansen, Jonathan, Farrell, Troy W., & Please, Colin P. (2006) Modelling of primary alkaline battery cathodes: A simplified model. Journal of Power Sources, 156(2), pp. 645-654.
Penny, Melissa A., Farrell, Troy W., & Please, Colin P. (2008) A mathematical model for interfacial charge transfer at the semiconductor–dye–electrolyte interface of a dye-sensitised solar cell. Solar Energy Materials and Solar Cells, 92(1), pp. 11-23.
Penny, Melissa A., Farrell, Troy W., & Will, Geoffrey D. (2008) A mathematical model for the anodic half cell of a dye-sensitised solar cell. Solar Energy Materials and Solar Cells, 92(1), pp. 24-37.
Bell, John M., Maine, Tony, Martin, Stewart, & Farrell, Troy W. (2008) Extraction of Power from Dye-Sensitised Solar Cell Arrays. In World Renewable Energy Congress X and Exhibition, 19-25 July 2008, Glasgow, Scotland.
Farrell, Troy W. & Psaltis, Steven (2009) A comparison of the Nernst-Planck and Maxwell-Stefan approaches to modelling multicomponent charge transport in electrolyte solutions. In Badescu, Viorel & Paulescu, Marius (Eds.) Physics of Nanostructured Solar Cells. Nova Science Publishers Inc, New York, pp. 327-353.
Psaltis, Steven & Farrell, Troy W. (2010) Comparing charge transport predictions for a ternary electrolyte using the Maxwell–Stefan and Nernst–Planck equations. Journal of The Electrochemical Society (JES), 158(1), A33-A42.
Johansen, Jonathan F. & Farrell, Troy W. (2010) Modeling the stepped potential discharge of primary alkaline battery cathodes. Journal of the Electrochemical Society, 158(1), A6-A13.
Dargaville, Steven & Farrell, Troy W. (2010) Predicting active material utilisation in LiFePO4 electrodes using a multi-scale mathematical model. Journal of The Electrochemical Society (JES), 157(7), A830-A840.
Vezzoli, Massimiliano, Farrell, Troy, Baker, Adrian, Psaltis, Steven, Martens, Wayde N., & Bell, John M. (2013) Optimal catalyst thickness in titanium dioxide fixed film reactors: Mathematical modelling and experimental validation. Chemical Engineering Journal, 234, pp. 57-65.
Dargaville, S. & Farrell, T.W. (2013) A comparison of mathematical models for phase separation in high-rate LiFePO4 cathodes. Electrochimica Acta, 111, pp. 474-490.
Greenwood, Ava A., Farrell, Troy W., & O'Hara, Ian M. (2013) Understanding mild acid pretreatment of sugarcane bagasse through particle scale modeling. Biotechnology and Bioengineering, 110(12), pp. 3114-3125.
Dargaville, Steven & Farrell, Troy W. (2013) The persistence of phase-separation in LiFePO4 with two-dimensional Li+ transport : the Cahn-Hilliard-reaction equation and the role of defects. Electrochimica Acta, 94(1), pp. 143-158.
Kumar, Chandan, Joardder, Mohammad Uzzal Hossain, Farrell, Troy W., Millar, Graeme J., & Karim, Azharul (2014) Multiphase porous media model for heat and mass transfer during drying of agricultural products. In 19th Australasian Fluid Mechanics Conference, 8-11 December 2014, RMIT University, Melbourne, VIC.
Jiang, Zhenjiao, Mariethoz, Gregoire, Farrell, Troy, Schrank, Christoph, & Cox, Malcolm (2015) Characterization of alluvial formation by stochastic modelling of paleo-fluvial processes: The concept and method. Journal of Hydrology, 524, pp. 367-377.
Greenwood, Ava A., Farrell, Troy W., Zhang, Zhanying, & O'Hara, Ian M. (2015) A novel population balance model for the dilute acid hydrolysis of hemicellulose. Biotechnology for Biofuels, 8(26).
Greenwood, Ava A., Farrell, Troy W., Zhang, Zhanying, & O'Hara, Ian M. (2015) Limitations of a laboratory scale model in predicting optimal pilot scale conditions for dilute acid pretreatment of sugarcane bagasse. In Bruce, Robin (Ed.) Proceedings of the 37th Conference of the Australian Society of Sugar Cane Technologists, Australian Society of Sugar Cane Technologists Ltd, Bundaberg, Queensland, pp. 359-366.
Psaltis, Steven, Farrell, Troy, Burrage, Kevin, Burrage, Pamela, McCabe, Peter, Moroney, Timothy, et al. (2015) Mathematical modelling of gas production and compositional shift of a CSG (coal seam gas) field: Local model development. Energy, 88, pp. 621-635.
Dargaville, Steven & Farrell, Troy W. (2015) A least squares based finite volume method for the Cahn-Hilliard and Cahn-Hilliard-reaction equations. Journal of Computational and Applied Mathematics, 273, pp. 255-244.
Greenwood, Ava A., Farrell, Troy W., & O'Hara, Ian M. (2016) Mathematical modeling of xylose production from hydrolysis of sugarcane bagasse. In O'Hara, Ian M. & Mundree, Sagadevan (Eds.) Sugarcane-Based Biofuels and Bioproducts. John Wiley & Sons, Hoboken, New Jersey, pp. 137-164.
Oberman, Glen J. & Farrell, Troy W. (2016) Modelling of the evaporation of a droplet suspended in a binary atmosphere. International Journal of Heat and Mass Transfer, 92, pp. 381-393.
Mat Isa, Zaiton, Fulford, Glenn, Kelson, Neil A., & Farrell, Troy W. (2016) Flow field and traverse times for fan forced injection of fumigant via circular or annular inlet into stored grain. Applied Mathematical Modelling, 40(15-16), pp. 7156-7163.
Macintosh, Hamish, Warne, David, Kelson, Neil A., Banks, Jasmine, & Farrell, Troy W. (2016) Implementation of parallel tridiagonal solvers for a heterogeneous computing environment. The ANZIAM Journal, 56, C446-C462.
Kumar, Chandan, Farrell, Troy W., Joardder, Mohammad Uzzal Hossain, Millar, Graeme J., & Karim, Azharul (2016) Mathematical model for intermittent microwave convective drying of food materials. Drying Technology: An International Journal, 34(8), pp. 962-973.
Mat Isa, Zaiton, Farrell, Troy W., Fulford, Glenn, & Kelson, Neil A. (2016) Mathematical modelling and numerical simulation of phosphine flow during grain fumigation in leaky cylindrical silos. Journal of Stored Products Research, 67, pp. 28-40.