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Over the past 20 years, casting process simulation has been an active area of research. The simulation techniques are either based on solving governing partial differential equations using numerical schemes such as the finite element or finite difference methods, or a variety of heuristically...
An integrated formulation for the analysis of casting processes is presented in this work. This model involves the description of the evolution and the coupled interactions of the flow, thermal and mechanical fields occurring during the liquid‐solid transformation of the solidifying metal. The...
This paper describes the solution of a steady‐state natural convection problem in porous media by the radial basis function collocation method (RBFCM). This mesh‐free (polygon‐free) numerical method is for a coupled set of mass, momentum, and energy equations in two dimensions structured by the...
Our recent results on stability and multiplicity of flow states for confined flows of an incompressible Newtonian fluid are surveyed. The considered laminar flows are caused by either thermal, mechanical, or electromagnetic effects and beyond the stability limit exhibit multiplicity of stable,...
Heat exchangers are devices for exchanging energy between two or more fluids. They find applications in various industries like power, process, electronics, refining, cryogenics, chemicals, metals and manufacturing sector. Even though heat exchanger designs have been reported quite extensively,...
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