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Author:S. M. Dash , T. S. Lee
Data Source:[J].Numerical Heat Transfer, Part A: Applications(IF 1.803), 2015, Vol.68 (6), pp.686-710Taylor & Francis
Abstract:The present article aims to extend a previous numerical study on the natural convection process in a square enclosure with a vertical eccentric square heat source (cylinder) [1]. Here, we investigated buoyancy-induced convective flow and heat transfer for horizontal and diag...
Author:S. M. Dash , T. S. Lee , H. Huang
Data Source:[J].Numerical Heat Transfer, Part A: Applications(IF 1.803), 2014, Vol.65 (6), pp.531-555Taylor & Francis
Abstract:The natural convection process in an annulus of a cold square enclosure with a hot eccentric square cylinder is simulated using a novel flexible forcing immerse boundary (IB)–lattice Boltzmann method (LBM). In the conventional IB–LBM schemes, the explicit force density calcu...
Author:Yousif H. Al-Aqeeli , T. S. Lee , S. Abd Aziz
Data Source:[J].SpringerPlus, 2016, Vol.5 (1), pp.1-21Springer
Abstract:Abstract(#br)Achievement of the optimal hydropower generation from operation of water reservoirs, is a complex problems. The purpose of this study was to formulate and improve an approach of a genetic algorithm optimization model (GAOM) in order to increase the maximization of an...
Author:... H. Mitsudharmadi , T. S. Lee , S. H. Winoto
Data Source:[J].Journal of Visualization(IF 0.506), 2014, Vol.17 (4), pp.319-325Springer
Abstract:Abstract(#br)Flow structures initiated by multiple convergent riblets, arranged in tandem, in the developing laminar boundary layer on a flat plate were qualitatively studied for a flow velocity of 1.5 m/s by means of smoke wire flow visualization. Two different configurations wi...
Author:A. S. Chandio , T. S. Lee
Data Source:[J].Water Resources Management(IF 2.259), 2012, Vol.26 (6), pp.1555-1576Springer
Abstract:Abstract(#br)In view of the declining surface water sources for irrigated agriculture in Pakistan, farmers are compelled to extract groundwater in order provide to security against uncertain canal supplies during critical crop growth periods. However saline water intrusion can be...
Author:Ghorbanali Moslemipour , T. S. Lee
Data Source:[J].Journal of Intelligent Manufacturing(IF 1.278), 2012, Vol.23 (5), pp.1849-1860Springer
Abstract:Abstract(#br)Since Facility Layout Problem (FLP) affects the total manufacturing cost significantly, it can be considered as a critical issue in the early stages of designing Flexible Manufacturing Systems (FMSs), particularly in volatile environments where uncertainty in pr...
Author:T. S. Lee
Data Source:[J].Numerical Heat Transfer, Part A: Applications(IF 1.803), 1991, Vol.19 (4), pp.487-499Taylor & Francis
Abstract:Numerical experiments were performed on an incompressible fluid contained in a tilted nonrectangular enclosure. Rayleigh numbers of l02-l05 and Prandtl numbers of 0.001-100 are considered. The wall angles are 22.5°, 45°, and 77.5° with aspect ratios of 3 and 6. Results indic...
Author:T. S. Lee
Data Source:[J].Numerical Heat Transfer, Part A: Applications(IF 1.803), 1992, Vol.21 (4), pp.463-480Taylor & Francis
Abstract:Fluid flow and temperature fields in the two-dimensional vertical plane of a reservoir are numerically modeled for inflow Reynolds number R0 in the range 100-1000 and inflow densimetric Froude number F0 in the range 0.5-50,0. Both surface inflow and submerged inflow were stu...
Author:T. S. Lee
Data Source:[J].Numerical Heat Transfer, Part B: Fundamentals(IF 1.955), 1984, Vol.7 (1), pp.77-87Taylor & Francis
Abstract:A numerical investigation is carried out to determine the temperature and flow patterns of a fluid bounded by two horizontal isothermal concentric and eccentric cylinders. The inner cylinder is assumed to be at a higher temperature and rotating. The numerical method involves...
Author:T. S. Lee , Liao Wei , H. T. Low
Data Source:[J].International Journal of Computational Fluid Dynamics(IF 0.87), 2001, Vol.15 (3), pp.197-208Taylor & Francis
Abstract:A numerical method has been developed to solve the steady and unsteady incompressible Navier-Stokes equations in a two-dimensional, curvilinear coordinate system. The solution procedure is based on the method of artificial compressibility and uses a third-order flux-difference sp...

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