This research explains how horizontal heat transport depends on the distribution of buoyancy across the horizontal boundary driving the horizontal convection flow.
This study reveals the behaviour of horizontal convection in shallow enclosures, including the key result that height replaces length as the controlling length scale in these flows.
Congratulations to Dr Zhi Ng on the conferral of his PhD today. Zhi's PhD advanced our understanding of bluff body wakes and their stability.
Linear stability analysis of horizontal convection under a Gay-Lussac type approximation.
Accepted for publication in International Journal of Heat and Mass Transfer.
Transition to turbulence in quasi-two-dimensional MHD flow driven by lateral walls.
Physical Review Fluids 6 (1), 013901, 2021.
Heat transfer enhancement in quasi-two-dimensional magnetohydrodynamic duct flows using repeated flow-facing wedge shaped protrusions.
International Journal of Heat and Mass Transfer 171, 121066, 2021.
Buoyancy-driven flows beyond the Boussinesq approximation: A brief review.
International Communications in Heat and Mass Transfer 125, 105316, 2021.
A simplified and efficient Gay-Lussac approach for non-Boussinesq treatment of natural convection problems.
Numerical Heat Transfer, Part B: Fundamentals (Published online), 2021.
An efficient and simplified Gay-Lussac approach in secondary variables form for the Non-Boussinesq simulation of free convection problems.
International Journal for Numerical Methods in Fluids (Published online), 2021.