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Vol7 , No 1
Intermittency in the Transition to Turbulence for a Shear-Thinning Fluid in Hagen-Poiseuille Flow
Pages : 1-6
Authors : S. A. Bahrani,  C. Nouar, 
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Joule Heating Effects on MHD Natural Convection Flows in Presence of Pressure Stress Work and Viscous Dissipation from a Horizontal Circular Cylinder
Pages : 7-13
Authors : A. S. Bhuiyan,  N. H. M. A. Azim,  M. K. Chowdhury, 
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Effect of Radiation on Boundary Layer Flow and Heat Transfer over a Stretching Sheet in the Presence of Free Stream Velocity
Pages : 15-24
Authors : B. J.  Gireesha,  S. Manjunatha ,  C. S. Bagewadi , 
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Heat and Mass Transfer in the Boundary Layer Flow along a Vertical Isothermal Reactive Plate near Stagnation Point: Existence of Dual Solution
Pages : 25-33
Authors : G. Singh,  P. R. Sharma, 
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Non-Linear Oberbeck Convection in Chiral Fluid through a Vertical Permeable Channel in the Presence of a Transverse Magnetic Field
Pages : 35-41
Authors : N. Rudraiah,  B. M. Rajaprakash,  . Nagaraju, 
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Oscillatory Mixed Convection in a Porous Medium
Pages : 43-50
Authors : M. Jana,  S. L. Maji,  S. Das,  R. N. Jana,  S. K. Ghosh, 
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Effects of Thermophoresis, Viscous Dissipation and Joule Heating on Steady MHD Flow over an Inclined Radiative Isothermal Permeable Surface with Variable Thermal Conductivity
Pages : 51-61
Authors : M. G. Reddy, 
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MHD Pulsatile Flow through a Porous Medium
Pages : 63-74
Authors : R. Kumar,  B. G. Prasad, 
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Parametric Study of Exhaust Pattern in Cold Spray Using CFD and Particle-Wall Impact Analysis
Pages : 75-87
Authors : M. Karimi,  G. W. Rankin,  A. Fartaj, 
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A Multi-Relaxation-Time Lattice Boltzmann Method on Non- Uniform Grids for Large Eddy Simulation of Rayleigh-Bénard Convection Using Two Sub-Grid Scale Models
Pages : 89-102
Authors : A. R. Rahmati,  Mahmud Ashrafizaadeh,  E. Shirani, 
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Pulsatile Flow in a Tapered U-Tube
Pages : 103-110
Authors : M. Sumida, 
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Fluid Flow and Heat Transfer over a Permeable Stretching Cylinder
Pages : 111-120
Authors : K. Vajravelu,  K. V. Prasad,  S. R. Santhi,  V. Umesh, 
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A Criterion for Quasi-Steadiness of the Laminar Diffusion Flamelet Model
Pages : 121-124
Authors : B. Hu,  C. J. Rutland, 
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Boundary Layer Flow and Heat Transfer over a Permeable Exponentially Shrinking Sheet in the Presence of Thermal Radiation and Partial Slip
Pages : 125-134
Authors : R. Sharma,  A. Ishak,  R. Nazar,  I. Pop, 
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An HAM Analysis of Stagnation-Point Flow of a Nanofluid over a Porous Stretching Sheet with Heat Generation
Pages : 135-145
Authors : A. Malvandi,  F. Hedayati,  M. R. H. Nobari, 
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On Exchange of Stabilities in Ferromagnetic Convection in a Rotating Ferrofluid Saturated Porous Layer
Pages : 147-154
Authors : J. Prakash, 
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Numerical Solution of Three-Dimensional Flow over Angled Backward-Facing Step with Raised Upper Wall
Pages : 155-167
Authors : S. Bayraktar, 
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MHD Flow and Heat Transfer of an Exponential Stretching Sheet in a Boussinesq-Stokes Suspension
Pages : 169-176
Authors : P. G. Siddheshwar,  G. N. Sekhar,  A. S. Chethan, 
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Homotopy Perturbation Method for MHD Boundary Layer Flow with Low Pressure Gradient over a Flat Plate
Pages : 177-185
Authors : A. K. Jhankal, 
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Journal of Applied Fluid Mechanics

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