Claydon, R., Shrestha, A., Rana, A.S., Sprittles, J.E., Lockerby, D.A. (2017) Fundamental solutions to the regularised 13-moment equations: Efficient computation of three-dimensional kinetic effects. Journal of Fluid Mechanics, 833, R4.
 Longshaw, S.M., Borg, M.K., Ramisetti, S.B., Zhang, J., Lockerby, D.A., Emerson, D.R., Reese, J.M. (2017) MdFoam+: Advanced molecular dynamics in OpenFOAM. Computer Physics Communications. Article in Press.
 A.P. Gaylard, A. Kabanovs, J. Jilesen, K. Kirwan, D.A. Lockerby (2017) Simulation of rear surface contamination for a simple bluff body. Journal of Wind Engineering and Industrial Aerodynamics, 165: 13-22.
 Gaylard, A.P., Kirwan, K., Lockerby, D.A. (2017) Surface contamination of cars: A review. Proceedings of the Institution of Mechanical Engineers, Part D: Journal of Automobile Engineering, 231 (9), pp. 1160-1176.
 Ramisetti, S.B., Borg, M.K., Lockerby, D.A., Reese, J.M. (2017) Liquid slip over gas nanofilms. Physical Review Fluids, 2 (8), 084003
 N.S.J. Elliott, A.D. Lucey, D.A. Lockerby, A.R. Brodbelt (2017) Fluid–structure interactions in a cylindrical layered wave guide with application in the spinal column to syringomyelia. Journal of Fluids and Structures, 70: 464-499.
 D. Stephenson & D.A. Lockerby (2016) A generalized optimization principle for asymmetric branching in fluidic networks. Proceedings of the Royal Society A: Mathematical, Physical and Engineering Sciences, 472(2191), 20160451
 D.A. Lockerby & B. Collyer (2016) Fundamental solutions to moment equations for the simulation of microscale gas flows. Journal of Fluid Mechanics, 806: 413-436.
 B.S. Collyer, C. Connaughton, D.A. Lockerby (2016) Importance sampling variance reduction for the Fokker–Planck rarefied gas particle method. Journal of Computational Physics, 325: 116-128.
 S.Y. Docherty, M.K. Borg, D.A. Lockerby, J.M. Reese (2016) Coupling heterogeneous continuum-particle fields to simulate non-isothermal microscale gas flows. International Journal of Heat and Mass Transfer, 98:712-727.
 D. Mattia, B. Corry, D.A. Lockerby, D.R. Emerson, J.M. Reese. (2016) Nanostructured carbon membranes for breakthrough filtration applications: Advancing the science, engineering and design. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society A: Mathematical, Physical and Engineering Sciences, 374 (2060), art. no. 20150035.
 D. Stephenson, A. Patronis, D.M. Holland, D.A. Lockerby (2015) Generalizing Murray's law: An optimization principle for fluidic networks of arbitrary shape and scale. Journal of Applied Physics, 118 (17), art. no. 174302.
 K. Ritos, M.K. Borg, D.A. Lockerby, D.R. Emerson, J.M. Reese (2015) Hybrid molecular-continuum simulations of water flow through carbon nanotube membranes of realistic thickness. Microfluidics and Nanofluidics, 19 (5), pp. 997-1010.
 M.K. Borg, D.A. Lockerby, & J.M. Reese (2015) A hybrid molecular-continuum method for unsteady compressible multiscale flows. Journal of Fluid Mechanics, 768: 388-414
 D.M. Holland, M.K. Borg, D.A. Lockerby, and J.M. Reese (2015) Enhancing nano-scale computational fluid dynamics with molecular pre-simulations: Unsteady problems and design optimisation. Computers and Fluids, 115:46–53
 Alessio Alexiadis, Duncan A. Lockerby, Matthew K. Borg and Jason M. Reese (2015) A particle-continuum hybrid framework for transport phenomena and chemical reactions in multi-component systems at the micro and nano-scale, Journal of Heat Transfer, 137 (9), art. no. 091010.
 D.A. Lockerby, A. Patronis, M.K. Borg & J.M. Reese (2015) Asynchronous Coupling of Hybrid Models for Efficient Simulation of Multiscale Systems. Journal of Computational Physics, 284:261-272
 D. Stephenson, D.A. Lockerby, M.K. Borg and J.M. Reese (2015) Multiscale simulation of nanofluidic networks of arbitrary complexity. Microfluidics and Nanofluidics, 18(5), 841-858.
 D.M. Holland, D.A. Lockerby, M.K. Borg, W.D. Nicholls and J.M. Reese (2015) Molecular dynamics pre-simulations for nanoscale computational fluid dynamics. Microfluidics and Nanofluidics, 18(3), 461-474.
 S.Y. Docherty, M.K. Borg, D.A. Lockerby and J.M. Reese (2014) Multiscale simulation of heat transfer in a rarefied gas. Int. J. Heat Fluid Fl., 5, pp 114-125.
 A. Patronis and D.A. Lockerby (2014) Multiscale simulation of non-isothermal microchannel gas flows. Journal of Computational Physics, 270, pp 532-543.
 M. K. Borg, D. A. Lockerby and Jason M. Reese (2014), The FADE mass-stat: A technique for inserting or deleting particles in molecular dynamics simulations. The Journal of Chemical Physics, 140, 074110.
 A. Alexiadis, D. A. Lockerby, Matthew K. Borg and Jason M. Reese (2014) The atomistic-continuum hybrid taxonomy and the hybrid-hybrid approach, International Journal for Numerical Methods in Engineering, 98:534–546.
 S.Y. Docherty, W.D. Nicholls, M.K. Borg, D.A. Lockerby, J.M. Reese (2014) Boundary conditions for molecular dynamics simulations of water transport through nanotubes. Proc. Inst. Mech. Eng., Part C: J. Mech. Eng. Sci., 228 (1) pp 186-195.
 A. Alexiadis, D.A. Lockerby, M.K. Borg, J.M. Reese (2013). A Laplacian-based algorithm for non-isothermal atomistic-continuum hybrid simulation of micro and nano-flows. Computer Methods in Applied Mechanics and Engineering. 264, pp 81-94.
 A. Patronis, D.A. Lockerby, M.K. Borg & J.M. Reese (2013) Hybrid continuum–molecular modelling of multiscale internal gas flows. J. Comp. Phys. 255 pp 558–571.
 M.K. Borg, D.A. Lockerby & J.M. Reese. (2013) A hybrid multiscale method for incompressible flows in micro/nanofluidic networks. Microfluid Nanofluid. 15 (4) pp 541-557.
 M.K. Borg, D.A. Lockerby & J.M. Reese. (2013) Fluid simulations with atomistic resolution: a hybrid multiscale method with field-wise coupling. J. Comp. Phys. 255, pp 149-165.
 D.A. Lockerby, C.A. Duque-Daza, M.K. Borg & J.M. Reese (2013) Time-step coupling for hybrid simulations of multiscale flows. J. Comp. Phys. 237, pp 344-365.
 N. F. Pearce, P. Denissenko, D. A. Lockerby (2013) An experimental study into the effects of streamwise and spanwise
acceleration in a turbulent boundary layer. Exp. Fluids. 54, 1414.
 M.K. Borg, D.A. Lockerby & J.M. Reese (2013) A multiscale method for micro/nano flows of high aspect ratio. J. Comp. Phys. 233, pp 400-413
 C.A. Duque-Daza, M.F. Baig, D.A. Lockerby, S.I. Chernyshenko & C. Davies (2012) Modelling turbulent skin-friction control using linearized Navier-Stokes equations. J. Fluid Mech. 702, pp. 403-414.
 W.D. Nicholls, M.K. Borg, D.A. Lockerby, J.M. Reese (2012) Water transport through (7,7) carbon nanotubes of different lengths using molecular dynamics. Microfluid Nanofluid. 12, pp. 257-264.
 W.D. Nicholls, M.K. Borg, D.A. Lockerby, J.M. Reese (2012) Water transport through carbon nanotubes with defects. Mol. Simulat. 38, pp. 781-785.
 M.W. Collins & D.A. Lockerby (2011) Editorial introduction: modelling the mesoscale IMA J. Appl. Math. 76, pp 643-649
 C.A. Duque-Daza, D.A. Lockerby & C. Galeano (2011) Numerical Solution of the Falkner-Skan Equation Using Third-Order and High-Order-Compact Finite Difference Schemes. J. Braz. Soc. Mech. Sci. & Eng. 33, pp 381-392
 N.S.J. Elliott, D.A. Lockerby & A.R. Brodbelt (2010) “A Lumped-parameter Model of the Cerebrospinal System for Investigating Arterial-driven flow in Posttraumatic Syringomyelia” Med. Eng. Phys. 33, pp. 874-882.
 D.A. Lockerby, J.M. Reese & H. Struchtrup (2009) Switching criteria for hybrid rarefied gas flow solvers. Proc. Roy. Soc. A. doi:10.1098/rspa.2008.0497.
 N.S.J. Elliott, D.A. Lockerby & A.R. Brodbelt (2009) “The pathogenesis of syringomyelia: a re-evaluation of the elastic-jump hypothesis” J. of Biomech. Eng. 131(4), doi:10.1115/1.3072894.
 D.A. Lockerby & J.M. Reese (2008) On the modelling of isothermal gas flows at the micro scale. J. Fluid Mech. 604, pp. 235-261.
 D. Hayes-McCoy, X. Jiang & D.A. Lockerby (2008) Analysis of Zero-Net-Mass-Flux Synthetic Jets using DNS. WSEAS Trans. Fluid. Mech, 3(1), 47-55.
 D.A. Lockerby, P.W. Carpenter & C. Davies (2007) Is Helmholtz Resonance a Problem for Micro-jet Actuators? Flow Turbul. Combust. 78, 205-222.
 J.M Reese, Y. Zheng & D.A. Lockerby (2007) Computing the Near-Wall Region in Gas Micro- and Nanofluidics: Critical Knudsen Layer Phenomena. J. Comput. Theor. Nanoscience. 4(4), 807-813.
 L. O’Hare, D.A. Lockerby, J.M. Reese & D.R. Emerson (2007) Near-wall effects in rarefied gas micro-flows: some modern hydrodynamic approaches. Int. J. Heat Fluid Flow, 28(1), 37-43.
 R-S. Myong, D.A. Lockerby & J.M. Reese (2006) The effect of gaseous slip on microscale heat transfer: An extended Graetz problem. Int. J. Heat Mass Transfer, 49(15-16), 2502-2513
 D.A. Lockerby, J.M. Reese & M.A. Gallis (2005a) The usefulness of higher-order constitutive relations for describing the Knudsen layer. Phys. Fluids 17, 100609.
 D.A. Lockerby, P.W. Carpenter & C. Davies (2005) Control of sub-layer streaks using microjet actuators. AIAA J. 43(9) 1878-1887.
 D.A. Lockerby, J.M. Reese & M.A. Gallis (2005b) Capturing the Knudsen layer in continuum-fluid models of non-equilibrium gas flows. AIAA J. 43(6) 1391-1393.
 D.A. Lockerby, J.M. Reese, D.R. Emerson & R.W. Barber (2004) The velocity boundary condition at solid walls in rarefied gas calculations. Phys. Rev. E. 70 (017304).
 D.A. Lockerby & P.W. Carpenter (2004) Modeling and design of microjet actuators. AIAA J. 42(2) 220-227.
 J.M. Reese, M.A. Gallis & D.A. Lockerby (2003) New directions in fluid dynamics: non-equilibrium aerodynamic and microsystem flows. Phil. Trans. Roy. Soc. 361 (1813): 2967-2988.
 D.A. Lockerby & J.M. Reese (2003) High-resolution Burnett simulations of micro Couette flow and heat transfer. J. Comp. Phys. 188 (2) 333-347.
 D.A. Lockerby, P.W. Carpenter & C. Davies (2002) Numerical simulation of the interaction of MEMS actuators and boundary layers. AIAA J. 40(1), 67-73.
Refereed Conference Papers:
• D.A. LOCKERBY & J.M. Reese 2007 Near-wall scaling of the Navier-Stokes Constitutive Relations for Accurate Micro Gas Flow Simulations. 5th International Conference on Nanochannels, Microchannels and Minichannels, Puebla, 2007
• D. Hayes-McCoy, X. Jiang & D.A. LOCKERBY Direct Computation of Zero-Net-Mass-Flux Synthetic Jets. 5th IASME / WSEAS International Conference on Fluid Mechanics and Aerodynamics, Athens, 2007
• Y. Zheng, J.M. Reese, T.J. Scanlon & D.A. LOCKERBY 2006, Scaled Navier-Stokes-Fourier equations for rarefied gas flow and heat transfer phenomena in micro- and nanosystems. 4th International Conference on Nanochannels, Microchannels and Minichannels, Limerick, 2006
• C. Mares & D.A. LOCKERBY 2006, Developing professional skills through group design projects and participation in student competitions. International Conference on Innovation, Good Practice and Research in Engineering Education, Liverpool, 2006
• J.M. Reese, D.A. LOCKERBY & D.R. Emerson 2005, On hydrodynamic predictions of near-wall effects in rarefied gases: some phenomenological and modelling approaches. ECI International Conference on Heat Transfer and Fluid Flow in Microscale, Castelvecchio Pascoli, 2005
• D.A. LOCKERBY, J.M. Reese & M.A. Gallis 2004, The constitutive relations and boundary conditions for microflow modeling. Transport Phenomena in Micro and Nanodevices, Island of Hawaii 2004.
• D.A. LOCKERBY, J.M. Reese, D.R. Emerson, R.W. Barber 2004, Geometry Curvature Dependence in the Solid-Wall Velocity Boundary Condition for Rarefied Flows. 24th International Symposium on Rarefied Gas Dynamics, Bari, Italy 2004.
• D.A. LOCKERBY, J.M. Reese & M.A. Gallis 2004, A Wall-Function Approach to Capturing the Knudsen Layer in Practical Gas Microfluidic Geometries. 24th International Symposium on Rarefied Gas Dynamics, Bari, Italy 2004.
• C.L. Bailey, R.W. Barber, D.R. Emerson & D.A. LOCKERBY & J.M. Reese, A critical review of the drag force on a sphere in the transition flow regime. 24th International Symposium on Rarefied Gas Dynamics, Bari, Italy 2004.
• C. Davies, P.W. Carpenter, R. Ali & D.A. LOCKERBY 2004, Disturbance Development in Boundary Layers over Compliant Surfaces Laminar-Turbulent Transition, Proc. IUTAM Symp, Bangalore, India 13-17 December 2004. Proceedings published by Springer, pp. 225-230, 2006.
• P.W. Carpenter, R. Ali, C. Davies & D.A. LOCKERBY 2003, A simple computational model for studying the control of near-wall structures in turbulent boundary layers. European Fluid Mechanics Conference, Toulouse 2003.
• K. Kudar, P.W. Carpenter, C. Davies & D..A. LOCKERBY 2003, Numerical simulation of streak-like structures in swept boundary-layer flows and their control. European Fluid Mechanics Conference, Toulouse 2003.
• J.M. Reese & D.A. LOCKERBY 2002, A new design capability for hypersonic flight vehicles and microscale devices? Computer-Based Design: Engineering Design Conference 2002, Shahin TMS (ed). Professional Engineering Publishing, Bury St Edmunds, UK.
• C. Davies, P.W. Carpenter & D.A. LOCKERBY 2001, A novel velocity-vorticity simulation method for boundary-layer disturbances. Bull. American Phys. Soc. 46(6), p. 34.
• P.W. Carpenter, C. Davies & D.A. LOCKERBY 2001, A novel velocity-vorticity method with applications to flow control. ECCOMAS Computational Fluid Dynamics Conference 2001, Swansea, 4-7 Sept., 20 pages on CD (published by IMA).
• C. Davies, P.W. Carpenter & D.A. LOCKERBY 2001, A novel velocity-vorticity method for simulating boundary-layer disturbance evolution and control. Laminar-Turbulent Transition, Proc. IUTAM Symp., Sedona, Arizona, 13-17 September, 1999, (Eds H.F. Fasel and W.S. Saric), Springer, pp. 313-318. (ISBN 3-540-67947-2).
• P.W. Carpenter, D.A. LOCKERBY & C. Davies 2000, Is Helmholtz resonance important for boundary-layer control by micro-jet actuators? 20th International Congr. of Theoretical & Applied Mechanics, Abstract Book (ISSN 0073-5264), Univ. of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, p. 13
• P.W. Carpenter, D.A. LOCKERBY & C. Davies 2000, Numerical simulation of the interaction of MEMS actuators and boundary layers. AIAA Paper 2000-4330. Invited paper for Special Session on Flow Control, 18th AIAA Applied Aerodynamics Conf.,14-17 August, Denver, USA. In 18th AIAA Applied Aerodynamics Conference, Technical Papers, pp. 596-605
• P.W Carpenter, C. Davies & D.A. LOCKERBY 1998, A novel-velocity-vorticity method for simulating the effects of MEMS actuators on boundary layers. Proc. 3rd. Asian Computational Fluid Dynamics Conference, Bangalore, India, 7-11 December, (Eds. T.S. Prahlad et al.) Vol. 2, pp.44-49.