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The volume of fluid (VOF) method is a numerical technique to track the developing free surfaces of liquids in motion. This method can, for example, be applied to compute the liquid flow patterns in a rotating cone reactor. For this application a spherical coordinate system is most suited. The...
Two Green element approximation schemes are used for the solution of transient non‐linear evolution problems. While the first scheme adopts linear interpolation polynomial to approximate the functional variables, the second achieves the same by employing a higher‐order interpolation function...
The main objective is to develop an efficient BEM scheme for the numerical solution of two‐dimensional heat problems. Our scheme will be of the re‐initialization type, in which the domain integrals are computed by a recursion relation which depends only on the boundary temperature and flux at...
The influence of buoyancy forces on oscillatory Marangoni flow in liquid bridges of different aspect ratio is investigated by three‐dimensional, time‐dependent numerical solutions and by laboratory experiments using a microscale apparatus and a thermographic visualisation system. Liquid bridges...
Unsteady compressible, axisymmetric Navier‐Stokes equations are solved for a flow over a forward facing spike attached to a heat shield for a freestream Mach number range of 1.3‐4.5. A numerical simulation is carried out using a finite‐volume discretization technique in conjunction with a...
This study is focused on the local entropy generation of steady two‐dimensional symmetric flow past a parabolic cylinder in a uniform stream parallel to its axis. The effect of both Reynolds number (Re) and temperature difference between the cylinder wall and the freestream (खT) on thermal,...
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