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Mathematical Modelling of Fluid Dynamics and Nanofluids

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ISBN 9781032290164
September 20, 2023 Forthcoming by CRC Press
592 Pages 110 Color & 455 B/W Illustrations

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Book Description

Mathematical Modelling of Fluid Dynamics and Nanofluids provides a reference for simulations, nanofluid preparation, and numerical techniques of fluid dynamics.

Discussing multidisciplinary domains in engineering and biomedicine, the book explores the applications of nanofluids, magnetohydrodynamics, electroosmosis, heat and mass transfer, and radiation. With chapters written by experts, it features studies on bioconvection, entropy, and hybrid/ternary nanofluids, including activation energy in MHD electro-osmotic nanofluid flow.

The book is intended for researchers and graduate students studying interdisciplinary applications and problems of fluid dynamics, nanofluids, and biofluids.

Table of Contents

  1. Mixed convection assessment in an unusual cavity with a heat source opened to a horizontal channel
  2. Hanane Laouira, Fateh Mebarek-Oudina, and Hanumesh Vaidya


  3. Influence of Vibrations on Thermodynamic Irreversibilities in a Flowing fluid in a Saturated Porous Cavity
  4. Ali Mchirgui, Amira Chibani, and Mourad Magherbi


  5. Effect of Discrete Heat Source-Sink Pairs on Buoyancy Driven Convection in an Inclined Parallelogrammic Porous Enclosure
  6. P. Ravindra, Mahesha, M. Sankar, and F. Mebarek-Oudina


  7. Double diffusive convection in a composite system with a heat source and temperature gradients
  8. N. Manjunatha, R. Sumithra, and R.K. Vanishree


  9. Entropy and MHD Effects on Ciliated Flow of a Williamson Fluid
  10. Arshad Riaz


  11. MHD tangent hyperbolic fluid flow over stretching sheet with Cattaneo-Christov heat flux model and quadratic convection: A statistical analysis
  12. Himanshu Upreti, and Alok Kumar Pandey


  13. Effect of mass transpiration on a non-Newtonian fluid flow in a porous medium with the Cattaneo-Christov heat flux and radiation
  14. R. Mahesh, U.S. Mahabaleshwar, and Basma Souayeh


  15. Unsteady heat and mass Transfer in a stagnant flow towards a stretching porous sheet with variable fluid properties
  16. Usman, Irfan Mustafa, Abuzar Ghaffari, and M. Saleem Iqbal


  17. The impact of radiation and Marangoni boundary condition on fluid flow through a porous medium with Brinkman model
  18. H.V. Vishala, T. Maranna, U.S. Mahabaleshwar, B. Souayeh


  19. Forced Convection in Cylindrical and Rectangular Pin-Fins Channels Configuration
  20. M.Z. Saghir


  21. LES of Turbulence Features of Turbulent Forced Convection of Pseudoplastic and Dilatant Fluids
  22. Mohamed Abdi, Meryem Ould-rouiss, Lalia Abir Bouhenni, Fatima Zohra Bouhenni, Nour Elhouda Beladjine, and Manel Ait Yahia


  23. CFD analysis of a vertical axis wind turbine
  24. Alaeddine Zereg, Nadhir Lebaal, Mounir Aksas, Bahloul Derradji, Ines Chabani, Fateh Mebarek-Oudina


  25. Heat transfer in MHD Hiemenz flow of Reiner-Rivlin fluid over rotating disk with Cattaneo-Christov heat flux theory
  26. Kushal Sharma, Sanjay Kumar, and S.B. Bhardwaj


  27. Temperature variations effect on bioethanol production from lignocellulosic biomass using locally developed small-scale production facility-a pilot study
  28. Adewale Allen SOKAN-ADEAGA, Godson R.E.E. ANA, and Abel Olajide OLORUNNISOLA


  29. Modeling and Control of a New Au/SiO2 Optical Nano-robot using Back stepping Adaptive-based Strategy
  30. F. Srairi, K. Chara, and K. Mokhtari


  31. LBM Analysis of Magneto-Hydrodynamic Mixed Convection of Nanoliquid in a Double Lid Driven Heated Incinerator Shaped Cavity with Discrete Heating
  32. Bouchmel Mliki, Mohamed Ammar Abbassi, and Fateh Mebarek-Oudina


  33. Influence of Lorentz force on Cu-water nanoliquid convective thermal transfer in a porous lid-driven cavity with uniform and linearly heated boundaries
  34. A. Vanav Kumar, L. Jino, M. Berlin, Swapnali Doley, G. Saravanakumar, Ashwin Jacob, and H. A. Kumara Swamy


  35. Magneto-Hydrodynamics free convection in a wavy cavity partially heated from below and saturated with a nanofluid
  36. Imene Rahmoune, and Saadi Bougoul


  37. Non-Newtonian Casson Nanoliquid Flowing through Bi-directional Stretching Device: Physical Impact of Heat Producing and Radiation
  38. MD. Shamshuddin, and K.K. Asogwa


  39. Insinuation of radiative Bio-convective MHD flow of Nano Casson Fluid with activation energy and swimming microorganisms
  40. Muhammad Jawad, Sajjad Hussain, Fateh Mebarek-Oudina, and Khurrem Shehzad


  41. 3D boundary layer flow of conducting nanoliquid over a stretching sheet with homogeneous and heterogeneous reactions
  42. B.C. Prasannakumara, Katta Ramesh, R. Naveen Kumar, R.J. Punith Gowda


  43. Analysis of chemically reactive Casson nanofluid flow over a stretched sheet with Joule heating and viscous dissipation
  44. Abha Kumari, Kharabela Swain, Renuprava Dalai


  45. Study on Falkner-Skan Flow of MWCNT-MgO/EG Hybrid Nanofluid
  46. Mahanthesh Basavarajappa and Dambaru Bhatta


  47. Optimization of Buoyant Nanofluid Flow and Heat Transport in a Porous Annular Domain with a Thin Baffle
  48. Maimouna Al Manthri, M. Sankar, Carlton Azeez, F. Mebarek-Oudina


  49. Second law analysis of magneto-thermosolutal convection and energy transport in nanoliquid filled annulus
  50. M. Sankar, H. A. Kumara Swamy, F. Mebarek-Oudina, and N. Keerthi Reddy


  51. Forced convection of water-based Al2O3 or TiO2 nanofluid for nanoparticles shape and type effects in a duct
  52. Mohammed Benkhedda, and Toufik Boufendi


  53. Mathematical modelling on MHD couple stress nanofluid flow on porous medium with thermal radiation
  54. M.S Tejashwini, R. Mahesh, U.S. Mahabaleshwar, and Basma Souayeh


  55. Non-linear radiative Falkner-Skan flow of hydromagnetic nanofluid over a wedge with Arrhenius activation energy
  56. M. Gnaneswara Reddy, and Katta Ramesh


  57. Convection with Cu-MgO/Water hybrid nanofluid and discrete heating
  58. Ines Chabani, and Fateh Mebarek-Oudina


  59. Simulation of Magnetic Hybrid Nanofluid (Al2O3-Cu/ H2O) Effect on Natural Convection and Entropy Generation in a Square Enclosure with a Hot Obstacle
  60. Bouchmel Mliki, Mohamed Ammar Abbassi, and Fateh Mebarek-Oudina


  61. Heat Transfer Enhancement of Shell and Tube Heat Exchanger Using Hybrid Nanofluid

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Dr. Ramesh Katta is currently an Assistant Professor in the Mathematics Department of Symbiosis Institute of Technology, Pune, India. He has 8 years of teaching and research experience in various reputed Indian institutes. He earned his Ph.D in Applied Mathematics (modeling of physiological flows) in 2016 from Visvesvaraya National Institute of Technology, Nagpur, India. Currently, he has three Ph.D students working under his supervision. He has also guided 6 M.Sc projects. He has published more than 50 papers in reputed international journals, 2 book chapters and 1 conference proceedings. He has also delivered invited/keynote speeches in FDP/STTP/Workshop and conferences. He is a lifetime member of various professional bodies, such as Indian Society of Theoretical and Applied Mechanics, Indian Science Congress, Indian Mathematical Society, and Ramanujan Mathematical Society, and reviewer of more than 40 International Journals and reviewed more than 80 articles. His research work is focused on the mathematical modeling and simulation of biological flows of bio-fluids/nanofluids/hybrid nanofluids/ternary nanofluids, microfluidics, computational fluid dynamics, heat and mass transfer, and magnetohydrodynamics.

Dr. Fateh Mebarek-Oudina received his Ph.D. in 2010. He has worked as a process engineer at Sonatrach, Algeria. Currently, he works at Skikda University, Algeria, and serves as a reviewer for more than 170 indexed international journals. His main research interests are computational fluid dynamics, magnetohydrodynamics, hybrid nanofluids, modeling, and rotating flows. He has published papers in international refereed journals and proceedings.

Dr. Basma Souayeh is currently an Assistant Professor in the Physics Department at King Faisal University, Saudi Arabia. She earned her Ph.D in 2017 at the University of Tunis El Manar, Tunisia. She has been involved in teaching and research since 2012. Her research interests are involved in mechanical engineering, including computational fluid dynamics, modelling and simulation, and heat transfer.