Journal articles
  1. T. M. Statham, L. R. Mason, K. A. Mumford, G. W. Stevens. The specific reactive surface area of granular zero-valent iron in metal contaminant removal: column experiments and modelling, Water Res., 77, 24-34, 2015. (link)
  2. D. Ciceri, L. R. Mason, D. J. E. Harvie, J. M. Perera, and G. W. Stevens. Extraction kinetics of Fe(III) by di-(2-ethylhexyl) phosphoric acid using a Y-Y shaped microfluidic device, Chem. Eng. Res. Des. (IChemE Journal), 92(3), 571–580, 2013. (link)
  3. L. R. Mason, D. Ciceri, D. J. E. Harvie, J. M. Perera, and G. W. Stevens. Modelling of interfacial mass transfer in microfluidic solvent extraction. Part I. Heterogeneous transport, Microfluid. Nanofluid., 14(1), 197–212, 2013. (link)
  4. D. Ciceri, L. R. Mason, D. J. E. Harvie, J. M. Perera, and G. W. Stevens. Modelling of interfacial mass transfer in microfluidic solvent extraction. Part II. Heterogeneous transport with chemical reaction, Microfluid. Nanofluid., 14(1), 213–224, 2013. (link)
  5. J. E. Hilton, L. R. Mason, and P. W. Cleary. Dynamics of gas–solid fluidised beds with non-spherical particle geometry, Chem. Eng. Sci., 65(5): 1584–1596, 2010. (link)
Thesis
  1. L. R. Mason. Multi-scale interface-capturing methods for thin-film coalescence. PhD Thesis, The University of Melbourne, 2016. (link)
Conference papers
  1. L. R. Mason, G. W. Stevens and D. J. E. Harvie. Subgrid CFD film-drainage modelling: application to buoyancy-driven droplet–wall collisions in emulsions, 19th Australasian Fluid Mechanics Conference, Melbourne, Australia, 2014.
  2. L. R. Mason, G. W. Stevens, and D. J. E. Harvie. Multi-scale volume of fluid modelling of droplet coalescence, 9th International Conference on CFD in the Minerals and Process Industries, CSIRO, Melbourne, Australia, 2012. (link)
  3. J. E. Hilton, L. R. Mason, and P. W. Cleary. The effect of gas dynamics on hopper discharge rate7th International Conference on CFD in the Minerals and Process Industries, CSIRO, Melbourne, Australia, 2009. (link)
Conference presentations/posters
  1. L. R. Mason, F. Gebauer, H.-J. Bart, G. W. Stevens, and D. J. E. Harvie. A multiphase ion-transport analysis of the electrostatic disjoining pressure: implications for binary droplet coalescence. 69th Annual Meeting of the American Physical Society (APS) Division of Fluid Dynamics, Portland, USA, 2016.
  2. L. R. Mason, F. Gebauer, H.-J. Bart, G. W. Stevens, and D. J. E. Harvie. Predicting emulsion coalescence: Multi-scale simulation techniques. Annual Meeting of the American Institute of Chemical Engineering (AIChE), San Francisco, USA, 2016.
  3. F. Gebauer, L. R. Mason, D. J. E. Harvie, G. W. Stevens, and H.-J. Bart. Einfluss elektrostatischer Effekte auf das Koaleszenzverhalten bei binären Tropfenkollisionen. Jarhrestreffen Extraktion, Heidelberg, Germany, 2015.
  4. L. R. Mason, G. W. Stevens and D. J. E. Harvie. Multi-scale modelling of droplet interactions in liquid–liquid systems, 20th International Solvent Extraction Conference, Würzburg, Germany, 2014.
  5. D. Ciceri, L. R. Mason, D. J. E. Harvie, G. W. Stevens, and J. M. Perera. Solvent extraction of Fe(III) in a microfluidic device, 3rd Asia–Pacific Chemical and Biological Microfluidics Conferences, Seoul, Korea, 2013.
Other studies

I have taken part in and made non-significant contributions to these projects (i.e. mentioned in acknowledgements)

  1. K. Kezia, J. Lee, A. J. Hill, and S. E. Kentish. Convective transport of boron through a brackish water reverse osmosis membrane, J. Membr. Sci., 445:160-169, 2013.
  2. D. I. Verrelli. Degradation of epoxy pipe coatings due to diffusion of chemicals, Water J., 39(3):63–67, 2012.
  3. D. G. Barnes, C. J. Fluke, N. T. Jones, S. T. Maddison, V. A. Kilborn, and M. Bailes. Swinburne Astronomy Online: Migrating from PowerPoint on CD to a Web 2.0 compliant delivery infrastructure. Aust. J. Edu. Technol., 24:505–520, 2008.