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A theoretical and experimental study is performed to investigate unsteady, two‐dimensional, incompressible fluid flow over both sides of a slot‐perforated flat surface, which is placed in a two‐dimensional channel. The governing boundary‐layer equations are discretized by means of a...
Numerical computations were performed for the heat transfer and fluid flow characteristics of natural convection with an internal vertical channel composed by a pair of parallel plates in a rectangular enclosure. The inner plates and the bounding wall of the enclosure were maintained at uniform...
Heat transfer by radiation and natural convection in a two‐dimensional, air‐filled square enclosure with a vertical partition of finite thickness and varying height was investigated numerically in the laminar regime. The horizontal end walls are assumed to be adiabatic, and the vertical walls...
The objective of the present work was to perform a detailed numerical study of laminar forced convection in a three‐dimensional square duct packed with an isotropic granular material and saturated with a Newtonian fluid. Hydrodynamic and heat transfer results are reported for three different...
This paper describes the numerical solutions of type‐IV shock‐on‐shock interactions in hypersonic thermochemical nonequilibrium air flows around blunt bodies. The Navier‐Stokes equation solver for a chemically reacting and vibrationally relaxing gas mixture was applied to the present...
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