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The paper utilizes a boundary‐layer model in bipolar coordinates to study the developing laminar free convection in vertical open‐ended eccentric annuli with one of the boundaries uniformly heated while the other boundary is cooled and kept isothermal at the ambient temperature. This model has...
A boundary layer solution is presented to the steady free convection from a vertical plate with uniform surface heat flux conditions and immersed in a micropolar fluid. Numerical solutions for governing nonsimilar boundary layer equations are presented for a range of values of the material...
Turbulent fluid flow and heat transfer characteristics are analyzed numerically for fluids flowing through a rotating periodical two‐pass square channel. The smooth walls of this two‐pass channel are subject to a constant heat flux. A two‐equation k ‐ ॉ turbulence model with modified terms for...
A two‐dimensional numerical study was carried out to investigate laminar forced‐convection heat transfer characteristics of air flow in a two parallel plate channel with offset plates and heated by a radiation heat flux. The SIMPLE method was used for the numerical prediction of the flow and...
Numerical results generated by a highly efficient finite‐difference method (originated by Keller for aerodynamical flows at the California Institute of Technology in 1970), and a robust double shooting Runge‐Kutta‐Merson scheme are presented for the boundary layer equations representing the...
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