Items where Author is "Covill, D"
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Covill, D, Guan, Z.W., Bailey, M. and Raval, H. (2011) Development of thermal models of footwear using finite element analysis Proceedings of the Institution of Mechanical Engineers, Part H: Journal of Engineering in Medicine , 225 (3). pp. 268-281. ISSN 0954-4119
Morris, R, Katz, T and Covill, D (2008) Widening Participation and Admissions to Higher Education In: Society for Research in Higher Education Conference, 9-11 Dec 2008, Liverpool, UK.
Covill, D, Guan, Z, Bailey, M and Pope, D (2008) Finite element analysis of the heat transfer in footwear In: Estivelet, M. and Brisson, P., eds. The Engineering of Sport. Springer, pp. 247-254. ISBN 978-2287990557
Covill, D, Katz, T and Morris, R (2007) A top down approach to teaching engineering mechanics In: International Symposium for Engineering Education, 17-19 Sep 2007, Dublin, Ireland.
Covill, D (2007) Structural behaviour of pipeline upsetter design: a finite element study South East Knowledge Exchange, Brighton, UK. (Unpublished)
Covill, D (2006) Embedding sports technology into the University curriculum – a view from the UK In: Australian Institute of Sport - Sports Technology Conference, 31 Aug - 1 Sep 2006, Canberra, Australia. (Unpublished)
Covill, D, Guan, Z, Bailey, M and Raval, H (2006) Finite element analysis of the heat and mass transfer in footwear In: Young Biomedical Engineers Research Conference, Prague, Czech Republic. (Unpublished)
Raval, H, Guan, Z, Bailey, M and Covill, D (2006) Simplified 3-D FE model of thermal conditions inside a shoe Advanced Computational Methods in Heat Transfer IX. Proceedings from the Heat Transfer Conference, Wessex Institute of Technology .
Covill, D, Guan, Z, Bailey, M and Pope, D (2003) Effects of Varying the Environmental Conditions on In-Shoe Temperature In: Proceedings of the ISB Symposium on Footwear Biomechanics, 3-5 July 2003, Queenstown, New Zealand.
Covill, D (2002) Using engineering to give comfortable footwear In: SET for Brittain, 9 Dec 2002, House of Commons, Parliament House, London.