In this book investigations are carried out to study the influences of a number of emerging dimensionless fluid parameters on electrically conducting fluids within enclosures. The first three problems illustrated in this book deal with the heat transfer flow of ellectrically conducting fluids within enclosures with thermal radiation effects, nonlinear temperature perameter, isothermal/nonisothermal hot walls and the fourth problem illustrates the heat transfer and mass transfer flow of ellectrically conducting fluid within an enclosure with the influence of heat generation. The Rosseland approximations are used to describe the radiative heat transfer. In all these problems under special conditions, the results are computed numerically and compared with the numerical results which are available from the previous literature. Also, the convergence of the numerical solutions is observed when the grid size is increased. The influence of various important physical parameters on velocity, temperature, concentration, local Nusselt number and local Sherwood number is studied extensively and presented through graphically.
Dr. K. Venkatadri, working as Assistant Professor in the Department of Mathematics at Sreenivasa Institute of Technology and Management Studies, Chittoor-517127, Andhra Pradesh, India. He has published research articles in National and International journals.
B. Md. Hidayathulla Khan
V. Ramachandra Prasad
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MHD Flows, MAC Method
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