Sneha Murali has been awarded the Best Student Presentation Award from the The 12th Australasian Heat & Mass Transfer Conference, for her presentation on heat transfer enhancement in MHD duct flows.
Congratulations to our latest PhD graduate, Dr Sneha Murali. Sneha's thesis investigates the use of wall protuberances exciting instability and heat transfer in duct flows, vital in liquid-metal flows smoothed by magnetic fields.
Congratulations to Dr Peyman Mayeli on the conferral today of his PhD. Peyman's PhD investigated novel models for natural convection flows beyond the conventional Boussinesq approach.
In our latest article published in the Journal of Fluid Mechanics, the effect of adding wedge-shaped protrusions on a channel wall on the stability and behaviour of the flow is revealed.
Natural convection heat transfer in a nanofluid filled L-shaped enclosure with time-periodic temperature boundary and magnetic field.
Accepted for publication in Alexandria Engineering Journal.
Stability of flow in a channel with repeated flow-facing wedge-shaped protrusions.
Journal of Fluid Mechanics 941, A59, 2022.
Energy saving and performance analysis of air-cooled photovoltaic panels.
International Journal of Energy Research 46 (4), 4825-4834, 2022.
Linear stability analysis of horizontal convection under a Gay-Lussac type approximation.
International Journal of Heat and Mass Transfer 182, 121929, 2022.
An entropy generation analysis of horizontal convection under the centrifugal buoyancy approximation.
International Communications in Heat and Mass Transfer 133, 105923, 2022.
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.