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Numerical simulations have been performed for three-dimensional natural convection of water near its maximum-density (cold water) inside rectangular enclosures with differential heating at the vertical (left and right) walls. The horizontal (top and bottom) walls and the lateral (front and rear)...
A numerical investigation to determine the velocity and heat transfer characteristics of multiple impinging slot jets in rib-roughened channels in the presence of cross-flow has been carried out. Fluid flow is modeled using an explicit algebraic stress model. A simple eddy diffusivity and a...
Notes that, in a full-scale application of the Monte Carlo method for combined heat transfer analysis, problems usually arise from the large computing requirements. Here the method to overcome this difficulty is the parallel execution of the Monte Carlo method in a distributed computing...
Here an attempt has been made to study the MHD flow of a dusty, electrically conducting, visco‐elastic Rivlin‐Ericksen fluid starting from the rest with time‐dependent types applied at the free surface. The analytical expression for velocity profiles of the fluid and dust particles have been...
Numerical analysis of the instantaneous flow and heat transfer has been carried out for offset strip fin geometries in self-sustained oscillatory flow. The analysis is based on the two-dimensional solution of the governing equations of the fluid flow and heat transfer with the aid of appropriate...
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