FEM solution of natural convection flow in square enclosures under magnetic field

2013-01-01
Purpose - The purpose of the paper is to obtain finite element method (FEM) solution of steady, laminar, natural convection flow in inclined enclosures in the presence of an oblique magnetic field. The momentum equations include the magnetic effect, and the induced magnetic field due to the motion of the electrically conducting fluid is neglected. Quadratic triangular elements are used to ensure accurate approximation for second order derivatives of stream function appearing in the vorticity equation.
INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF NUMERICAL METHODS FOR HEAT & FLUID FLOW

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Citation Formats
O. Turk and M. Tezer, “FEM solution of natural convection flow in square enclosures under magnetic field,” INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF NUMERICAL METHODS FOR HEAT & FLUID FLOW, pp. 844–866, 2013, Accessed: 00, 2020. [Online]. Available: https://hdl.handle.net/11511/35232.