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The integral transform method is employed for the hybrid numerical‐analytical solution of the boundary layer formulation in developing turbulent flow inside channels. An algebraic turbulence model due to Cebeci and Smith is adopted, in light of its popularity demonstrated in the recent numerical...
The integral transform method is employed for the hybrid numerical‐analytical solution of two‐dimensional, steady‐state heat conduction within extended surfaces of variable longitudinal profile and temperature dependent thermal conductivity. Numerical results are then obtainable with automatic...
Natural convection from a semi‐infinite vertical plate embedded in a fluid saturated porous medium is studied both analytically and numerically. The plate is assumed to be heated isothermally or by a constant heat flux. The porous medium, modeled according to Darcy’s law, is anisotropic in...
Computational procedures and results of an upwash jet arising from two opposing plane wall jets based on the Reynolds averaged Navier‐Stokes equations are discussed. For the calculation of the flow, a steady and an unsteady numerical approach were taken. For the steady computation, we adopted...
Using a non‐Fourier heat conduction (NFHC) hypothesis, the governing equations of thermal wave propagation are established. The resulting differential equations are transformed to integral forms using the Galerkin weighted residual method and then are discretized by a finite element technique....
The variable porosity and thermal dispersion effects on natural convection in an inclined porous cavity are investigated numerically. The wall effect on porosity is approximated by an exponential function and its effect on thermal dispersion is modeled in terms of a dispersive length. Numerical...
The present investigation is an extension of the authors’ previous work on ducts with different cross sections. It concerns application of turbulence models for forced convective heat transfer in three‐dimensional corrugated or wavy ducts. Different wavy ducts with fully developed flow and...
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