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Purpose – This paper seeks to conduct a numerical study to investigate heat transfer in turbulent, unconfined, submerged, and inclined impinging jet discharged from a slot nozzle, utilising finite volume code FLUENT. Design/methodology/approach – Two re‐normalisation group k ‐ ϵ and the basic...
Purpose – The purpose of this paper is to examine entropy generation rate in the flow field due jet emanating from an annular nozzle and impinging on to a flat plate. Since the flow field changes with the geometric configuration of the annular nozzle, the influence of nozzle outer cone angle on...
Purpose – The purpose of this paper is to study the unsteady boundary layer flow of a micropolar fluid past a circular cylinder which is started impulsively from rest. Design/methodology/approach – The nonlinear partial differential equations consisting of three independent variables are solved...
Purpose – This paper sets out to present a fully explicit smoothed particle hydrodynamics (SPH) method to solve non‐Newtonian fluid flow problems. Design/methodology/approach – The governing equations are momentum equations along with the continuity equation which are described in a Lagrangian...
Purpose – The purpose of this paper is to investigate the performance of a specific class of high‐resolution central schemes in conjunction with the black oil models for hydrocarbon reservoir simulation. Design/methodology/approach – A generalized black oil model is adopted, in which the...
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