BEM solution of transient magnetohydrodynamic flows in ducts

The present study focuses on the boundary type method solution of the magnetohydrodynamic (MHD) ow which is governed by the nonlinear convection-diusion type equations coupled in velocity and magnetic eld. The numerical method is based on the use of boundary element method (BEM) with two dierent formulations, namely domain BEM (DBEM) and dual reciprocity BEM (DRBEM) in the spatial discretization; and a backward nite dierence scheme is adopted for the time integration. The obtained DBEM and DRBEM results are compared and visualized in terms of equivelocity and current lines at steady-state and transient levels for several values of Hartmann number M and the inclination angle of magnetic eld at arbitrary wall conductivities.


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H. Fendoğlu, C. Bozkaya, and M. Tezer, “BEM solution of transient magnetohydrodynamic flows in ducts,” Lviv, Ukrayna, 2017, p. 51, Accessed: 00, 2021. [Online]. Available: