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Exploratory study on the use of baffles in cavity flow for the suppression of convection and temperature oscillations in microgravitational environment
The quality of crystals grown from melt depends on the flow field in the melt. To simulate melt conditions, a finite element analysis is performed on flow in a heated cavity under the driving forces of natural convection, ...
Object-oriented implementation of the Galerkin finite element method and its application to the numerical study of natural convective flows in enclosures
Using object-oriented programming (OOP) techniques and philosophies, a collection of C++ tools for the rapid development of finite element applications has been created. The Object-Oriented Finite Element Analysis (OOFEA) ...
Instabilities in heated falling films: A full-scale direct numerical simulation
A thin liquid layer draining on a heated inclined plane is susceptible to long surface waves, and can either form waves and stay continuous or go through a rupture process leading to the formation of rivulets. It is of ...
Two-dimensional modeling of flow and sedimentation
A two-dimensional (vertical) flow model is developed to simulate open channel flow. The governing equations are solved without any depth averaging. Free surface movement is handled with the help of Arbitrary Lagrangian ...
Numerical study of three dimensional incomprehensible thermal flows in complex geometries
In our study, an iterative point successive over-relaxation (PSOR) finite difference scheme has been used to solve the coupled unsteady Navier-Stokes and energy equations for incompressible, viscous and laminar flows in ...