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|Effects of variable viscosity and thermal conductivity on steady magnetohydrodynamic flow of a micropolar fluid through a specially characterized horizontal channel||Pag. 1|
|G.C. Hazarika, B. Phukan (India )|
|Buoyancy effects on free convective MHD flow in the presence of heat source/sink||Pag. 14|
|S.Baag, S. R. Mishra, B.L.Samantray (India )|
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|Qiang Guo, Chengjun Zhang, Zhidong Wu, Qingming Hu (China )|
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|Guo Nan, Jiang Haixin, Zuo Hongliang (China )|
|Correlative comparison of gas CO2 pipeline transportation and natural gas pipeline transportation||Pag. 63|
|Yindi Zhang, Die Wang, Jianping Yang, Emmanuel Adu, Qiuwan Shen, Lei Tian, Lijuan Wu and Baocheng Shi (China )|
|Dynamic modeling and experimental analysis of magnetic fluid dampers||Pag. 76|
|Jianfeng Wang, Jingxin Xiao, Yunfeng Liang, Jing Zhang (China )|
|Experimental study on the axial compressive properties of FRP-reinforced seawater aggregate concrete brick masonry||Pag. 91|
|Guoxin Zheng, Hua Cheng, Huayou Liang (China )|
|Research on the influence of infill walls on seismic performance of masonry buildings with bottom frame-shear walls||Pag. 104|
|Li Guodong, Li Xiang, Guo Nan (China )|
|Application of anchor frame beam in expansive soil slope||Pag. 115|
|Xinzheng Wang, Yizheng Sun (China )|
|Numerical analysis of solid-liquid turbulent flow in Francis turbine spiral case||Pag. 126|
|Huiyan Wang, Xiaobing Liu (China )|
|Pressure-dependent behaviour of gas permeability of undisturbed loess||Pag. 141|
|Xiangwei Fang, Jie Li, Chunhai Li (China )|
|Structure analysis of a large water conveyance tunnel with consideration of grouting circle failure||Pag. 155|
|Q. Yuan, Y.Z. Wang, W.J. You, G.N. Xu (China )|
|Chained-form design and motion planning for a nonholonomic manipulator||Pag. 169|
|Liang Li (China )|
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|Zhuang Xie, Jinyang Fu, Junsheng Yang, Yufeng Shi, Wenhua Guo (China )|
|Design of linear shaped charge for controlled rock fragmentation of brittle material||Pag. 198|
|Zhenyang Xu, Yanning Yu, Jun Yang (China )|
|Analysis and application of water inrush mechanism in tunnel based on thin plate model||Pag. 221|
|Bingbing Chen, Zhenhua Fu (China )|
|Unsteady natural convection in a water filled cavity with hot partitioned wall||Pag. 233|
|Farah Zemani, Amina Sabeur-Bendehina (Algeria )|
|Coupled flow network model and CFD analysis for a combined impingement and film cooled gas turbine nozzle guide vane||Pag. 250|
|Pol Reddy Kukutla, B.V.S.S.S Prasad (India )|
|Computational analysis of non-newtonian boundary layer flow of nanofluid past a vertical plate with partial slip||Pag. 271|
|A Subba Rao, N Nagendra, CH Amanulla, M Surya Narayana Reddy O. Anwar Bég (India )|
|Performance evaluation of nanofluid for heat transfer enhancement and pumping power reduction through a semicircular corrugated pipe||Pag. 296|
|M Salehin, M M Ehsan, A.K.M. Sadrul Islam (Bengladesh )|
|A Comparison of mechanical artefacts used in calibration of coordinate measuring machines (CMMs)||Pag. 312|
|Mendiratta Karun (India )|
|High rock bench landslide mechanism with offset dragline excavation||Pag. 321|
|Zhao Hongze, Wu Duojin, Du Hairui, Kong Chi-Seng (China )|
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|M.K.Nayak, G.C.Dash (India)|
|Heat conduction model development of a cold storage using EPS insulation||Pag. 18|
|N. Mukhopadhyay (India)|
|MHD free convection and mass transfer flow through a vertical oscillatory porous plate in a rotating porous medium with hall ion-slip currents and heat source||Pag. 28|
|Md. Delowar Hossain, Md. Abdus Samad, Md. Mahmud Alam (Bangladesh)|
|Thermal radiation effect on MHD 3D flow and heat transfer of nanofluid past a shrinking surface||Pag. 43|
|M. K. Nayak (India)|
|Optimization of combined conductive and convective heat transfer model of a cold storage using Taguchi S/N ratio analysis||Pag. 63|
|N. Mukhopadhyay, P. Mondal (India)|
|Optimization of convective heat transfer model of cold storage with circular fins evaporator using Taguchi S/N Ratio and ANOVA||Pag. 79|
|N. Mukhopadhyay, M. Mondal (India)|
|Steady MHD flow and heat transfer on a stretched vertical permeable surface in presence of heat generation/absorption, thermal radiation and chemical reaction||Pag. 91|
|M. K. Nayak (India)|
|Wire coating analysis in MHD flow and heat transfer of a third grade fluid with variable viscosity in a porous medium with internal heat generation/absorption and Joule heating||Pag. 105|
|M. K. Nayak (India)|
|Mathematic simulation on the coordinated forces exerted on in-service joint supports||Pag. 123|
|Huayou Liang, Haiqing Zhou, Shuling Zhou, Jianqing Li (China)|
|The structural parameters optimization of asphalt foaming cavity by response surface analyzing||Pag. 134|
|Cheng Haiying, Wei Fudong, Hu Zhiyong, Chen Wenyan (China)|
|An evaluation of the strain-based critical plane parameters for multiaxial low-cycle fatigue evaluation||Pag. 150|
|Ernian Zhao*, Weilian Qu (China)|
|Elastoplastic analysis of circular tunnel using nonlinear improvement of unified strength theory||Pag. 163|
|Weiping Liu, Xiaoyan Luo (China)|
|Deployment algorithm using fluid dynamics for agriculture sensor networks||Pag. 175|
|Xianghong Tian (China)|
|An Experimental Study on the Stability Bearing Capacity of a New Type of Steel Formwork||Pag. 186|
|Fankui Zeng, Jie Tang, Zhenjiang Sang, Hongliang Zhang (China)|
|Heat and mass transfer effects on transient mixed radiative convection MHD flow of a micropolar fluid past a moving semi-infinite vertical porous plate with heat sink and time dependent suction||Pag. 1|
|M.K.Nayak, G.C.Dash (India)|
|MHD viscoelastic fluid flow through a vertical flat plate with Soret and Dufour effect||Pag. 24|
|S. I. Hossain, M. Mahmud Alam (Bangladesh)|
|The effect of magnetic field and fluid inertia on the film pressure between two axially oscillating parallel circular plates with a second order fluid as lubricant||Pag. 39|
|M. Barik, G.C. Dash, R.N.Barik (India)|
|Steady free convection heat and mass transfer MHD Flow of a radiative micropolar fluid in a vertical porous channel with heat source and chemical reaction||Pag. 52|
|M. K. Nayak (India)|
|Chemical reaction and heat source effects on MHD flow of visco-elastic fluid past an exponentially accelerated vertical plate embedded in a porous medium||Pag. 80|
|R. N. Barik, G. C. Dash, P. K. Rath (India)|
|Ionized fluid flow on impulsive vertical porous plate with inclined magnetic field||Pag. 105|
|Tanvir Ahmed, Md. Mahmud Alam (Bangladesh)|
|A numerical study on wire coating analysis in MHD flow of an Oldroyd 8-constant fluid||Pag. 125|
|M.K. Nayak, G.C. Dash (India)|
|Unsteady casson fluid flow through parallel plates with Hall current, Joule heating and viscous dissipation||Pag. 1|
|Md. Faisal Kabir, Md. Mahmud Alam (Bangladesh)|
|Double diffusive free convection over a heated vertical plate in a saturated porous medium with Soret effect and variable heat source||Pag. 23|
|M. El haroui, M.Sriti, D.Achemlal (Morocco)|
|Unsteady MHD viscous incompressible Bingham fluid flow with Hall current||Pag. 38|
|Afroja Parvin, Tanni Alam Dola, Md. Mahmud Alam (Italy, Bangladesh)|
|Fluid flow through parallel plates in the presence of Hall current with inclined magnetic field in a rotating system||Pag. 49|
|Rina Perven, Md. Mahmud Alam (Bangladesh)|
|Flow and mass transfer analysis of a micropolar fluid in a vertical channel with heat Source and chemical reaction||Pag. 69|
|M. K. Nayak, G.C. Dash, L.P. Singh (India)|
|Chemical reaction effect on MHD jeffery fluid over a stretching sheet with heat generation/absorption.||Pag. 1-17|
|Mohanty, J.; Das, J.K.; Mishra, S.R.|
|Ionized micropolar fluid flow through a vertical plate.||Pag. 18-35|
|Anika, N.N.; Ahmed, T.; Yasmin, D.; Amin, F.; Alam, M.|
|Studying the model that predict and monitor constant area variable pressure drop in orifice plate.||Pag. 36-49|
|Ukpaka, C.P.; Orji, C.|
|Numerical computation of mixed convection past a heated vertical plate within a saturated porous medium with variable permeability||Pag. 50-66|
|Achemlal, D.; Sriti, M.; El Haroui, M.|
|Evolutional and non-evolutional motion of dumbell satellite near resonance oscillations.||Pag. 67-84|
|Narayan, A.; Pandey, M.D.|
|Thermal diffusion and radiation effects on three dimensional MHD free convective flow with heat and mass transfer through a porous medium with periodic permeability and chemical reaction.||Pag. 85-109|
|Mohanty, A.; Rath, P.K.; Dash, G.C.|
|Effects of hall current and viscous dissipation on MHD free convection fluid flow in a rotating system.||Pag. 110-128|
|Quader, A.; Alam, M.|