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The paper presents a numerical technique for the simulation of theeffects of greydiffusive surface radiation on fluid flow using a finitevolume procedure for twodimensional plane and axisymmetric geometries.The governing equations are solved sequentially, and the nonlinearities andcoupling of...
Computation have been made of the threedimensional flow fielddevelopment, chemical reaction and combustion processes in a typicalafterburner system under both isothermal and reacting flow conditions. Thecalculations are based upon a numerical solution of the timeaveragedtransport equations for...
In this paper, finite element techniques are used to model laser spotwelding of both metallic and ceramic materials. The materials modelled werealuminum and alumina, a typical ceramic. In the formulation, the steady statemass, momentum, and energy conservation equations are considered with...
The numerical solution of problems involving twodimensional flow in aninfinite or a semiinfinite channel is considered. Beyond a certain finiteregion, where the flow and geometry may be general, a tail region isassumed where the flow is potential and the channel is uniform. Thissituation is...
An easytouse numerical model for transient twophase pipe flowanalyses was developed by applying the splitcoefficient matrix method SCMMto a homogeneous equilibrium twophase flow model. The basic idea of the SCMMis to split the Jacobian coefficient matrix into two subvectors, eachassociated with...
A method has been developed for conjugate heat transfer analysis offluid flow inside parallel channels formed by a phase change material PCMseparated from the fluid by a wall. The phase change in the PCM is twodimensional and a hybrid analysis consisting of an analytical solution in onedirection...
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