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Purpose – To improve inviscid compressible flow solution. Design/methodology/approach – A local element‐size calculation procedure in the streamline direction and a local variable smoothing approach are employed to improve inviscid compressible flow solution. The characteristic based split...
Purpose – To highlight the effect of viscous and Joule heating on different ionized gases in the presence of magneto and thermal radiation effects. Design/methodology/approach – The conservation equations are written for the MHD forced convection in the presence of thermal radiation. The...
Purpose – To examine the heat transfer characteristics of soild‐liquid phase change material (PCM) suspensions in a rectangular natural circulation loop. Design/methodology/approach – A continuum mixture flow model is used for the buoyancy‐driven circulation flow of the PCM suspensions together...
Purpose – Performance of various k ‐ ϵ models on turbulent forced convection in a channel with periodic ribs is assessed. Design/methodology/approach – The influence of the Yap correction and the non‐linear stress‐strain relation on the predictions of mean‐flow, turbulence quantities and local...
Purpose – The purpose of the research is to analyze instability in ED machining of silicon carbide (SiC) due to heat generation in the workpiece body. The results can be used in selecting a convenient machining set up. Design/methodology/approach – Various researches (1978‐2002) have shown the...
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