Browsing Doctoral Degrees (Applied Mathematics) by Title
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Relativistic astrophysical models of perfect and radiating fluids.
(2019)Abstract available in PDF file. 
Relativistic radiating stars with generalised atmospheres.
(2010)In this dissertation we construct radiating models for dense compact stars in relativistic astrophysics. We first utilise the standard Santos (1985) junction condition to model Euclidean stars. By making use of the ... 
Role of Weyl tensor and spacetime shear in relativistic fluids.
(2021)The main gravitational theory in which we develop this work is general relativity. We study the role of the Weyl tensor in general relativistic fluid motion including the e↵ects of spacetime shear. Firstly we consider ... 
Scalar perturbations of Schwarzschild black holes in modified gravity.
(2017)This thesis is concerned with the physics related to scalar perturbations in the Schwarzschild geometry that arise in modifed gravity theories. It has already been shown that the gravitational waves emitted from a ... 
Thermal evolution of radiation spheres undergoing dissipative gravitational collapse.
(2014)In this study we investigate the physics of a relativistic radiating star undergoing dissipative collapse in the form of a radial heat flux. Our treatment clearly demonstrates how the presence of shear affects the collapse ... 
Transport on network structures.
(2013)This thesis is dedicated to the study of flows on a network. In the first part of the work, we describe notation and give the necessary results from graph theory and operator theory that will be used in the rest of ... 
Using epidemiological mathematical models to understand the transmission dynamics of bovine tuberculosis in buffalo and cattle populations.
(2015)In South Africa, buffalo are the maintenance hosts of Mycobacterium bovis (M. bovis), a pathogen that causes bovine tuberculosis in wildlife and domesticated animals. To understand the transmission dynamics of M. bovis, ... 
Wadley's problem with overdispersion.
(2009)Wadley’s problem frequently emerges in dosagemortality data and is one in which the number of surviving organisms is observed but the number initially treated is unknown. Data in this setting are also often overdispersed, ... 
Windwave interactions, density stratification and double diffusive convection in rotating flows.
(2015)Abstract available in PDF file.