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Purpose – To perform 3D unsteady Reynolds Averaged Navier‐Stokes (URANS) simulations to predict turbulent flow over bluff body. Design/methodology/approach – Turbulence closure is achieved through a non‐linear k − ϵ model. This model is incorporated in commercial FLUENT software, through user...
Purpose – To investigate the effect of transient mixed convective flow interaction between circular cylinders and channel walls on heat transfer with three circular cylinders arranged in an isosceles right‐angled triangle within a horizontal channel. Design/methodology/approach – This paper uses...
Purpose – To develop a numerical method for solving hyperbolic two‐step micro heat transport equations, which have attracted attention in thermal analysis of thin metal films exposed to ultrashort‐pulsed lasers. Design/methodology/approach – An energy estimation for the hyperbolic two‐step model...
Purpose – To present conversion of the advection upwind splitting method (AUSM+) from the conventional density‐based and coupled formulation to the pressure‐based and segregated formulation. Design/methodology/approach – The spatial discretization is done by a finite volume method. A collocated...
Purpose – To study the steady viscous incompressible electrically conducting fluid flow past a circular cylinder under the influence of an external magnetic field at high Reynolds numbers ( Re ). Design/methodology/approach – The finite difference method is applied to solve the governing...
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