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2012 (Vol. 4, Issue: 15)
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Heat Transfer in Magnetohydrodynamic Fluid Flows - A Review

Zakariya M. Kaneesamkandi, Maher M. Shariff, Khalid N. Alammar and Regis D. Vilagines
Corresponding Author:  Zakariya M. Kaneesamkandi 

Key words:  Forced convection, hartmann layer, heat transfer, lorentz force, magnetohydrodynamics, natural convection,
Vol. 4 , (15): 2412-2421
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February 10, 2012 March 24, 2012 August 01, 2012
Abstract:

The fluid flow parameters associated with increase or decrease in heat transfer is identified from the literature. Control of heat and mass transfer processes by means of external force effects is one of the most important problems in many specialized process and manufacturing applications. The Lorentz force effect inducing the formation of side layer jets in magnetohydrodynamic flows can potentially result in significant variations of the heat transfer properties. Recent developments in computational modeling and experimental methods have given better understanding in several areas which were indistinct in earlier studies. This study is aimed at reviewing the recently reported developments and consolidating the progress in the area of heat transfer in magnetohydrodynamic flows. This includes natural convective fluid flows due to the combined effect of buoyant and magnetic forces as well as magnetic effects on liquids flowing through conduits of different geometry. The different approaches used are briefly discussed.
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Zakariya M. Kaneesamkandi, Maher M. Shariff, Khalid N. Alammar and Regis D. Vilagines, 2012. Heat Transfer in Magnetohydrodynamic Fluid Flows - A Review.  Research Journal of Applied Sciences, Engineering and Technology, 4(15): 2412-2421.
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