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The problem of laminar cross‐flow forced convection heat transfer from a horizontal cylinder covered with an orthotropic porous layer was investigated numerically. The effects of porous layer thickness, radial resistance, tangential resistance, and incoming flow Reynolds number on the average...
The transient vaporous and gaseous cavitation phenomena in an elastic pipeline are investigated for homogeneous liquid‐gas mixture flow. It has been shown, in the case of two components having the same velocity, that modelling is also possible by considering the continuous character of the...
Low‐Re turbulence models are used in the computation of convective heat transfer in two‐dimensional ribbed passages. The cases computed include ribbed annular channels, pipes and plane channels. The models investigated cover both zonal models, that obtain the near‐wall dissipation rate from the...
The transport phenomena (heat transfer, fluid flow and species distribution) are numerically modelled for the case of laser welding of dissimilar metals. The model involves convection in the weld pool along with melting and mixing. The associated metallurgical phenomenon is an extremely complex...
An h‐adaptive finite element code for solving coupled Navier‐Stokes and energy equations is used to solve the thermally driven cavity problem for Rayleigh numbers at which no steady state exists (greater than 1.9 × 10 8 ). This problem is characterised by sharp thermal and flow boundary layers...
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