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Volume 11, No. 4
Fluid–Structure Interaction Study of IC Stacking Chips Arrangement During Encapsulation Process
Mohammad Hafifi Hafiz Ishak, Farzad Ismail, Mohd Zulkifly Abdullah, Mohd Sharizal Abdul Aziz, Hamid Yusoff, Mat Tena’ain, Najib Saedi, Abdul Hamid
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Numerical Modelling of Synthetic-Jet-Assisted Mixing
Hong Mun Hoh, Cheng See Yuan, Lim Kim Chuan
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Investigation of Base Pressure Variations in Internal and External Suddenly Expanded Flows using CFD analysis
Khizar Ahmed Pathan, Prakash S Dabeer, Sher Afghan Khan
Page 32 – 40

Significances of Homogeneous-Heterogeneous Reactions on Casson Fluid over a Slippery Stretchable Rotating Disk with Variable Thickness
Hanumesh Vaidya, Kerehalli Vinayaka Prasad, Srikantha Setty B
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Hybrid Photovoltaic Thermal PVT Solar Systems Simulation via Simulink/Matlab
Amira Lateef Abdullah, Suhaimi Misha, Noreffendy Tamaldin, Mohd Afzanizam Mohd Rosli, Fadhil Abdulameer Sachit
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Thermal Performance Analysis of Nanoparticles Enhanced Phase Change Material (NEPCM) in Cold Thermal Energy Storage (CTES)
Tung Hao Kean, Nor Azwadi Che Sidik
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Computational Analysis on the Effect of Size Cylinder for the Irreversible Process in a Piston-Cylinder System using ICED-ALE Method
Siti Nurul Akmal Yusof, Yutaka Asako, Tan Lit Ken, Nor Azwadi Che Sidik
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Effect of Nanofluids on Heat Transfer and Pressure Drop Characteristics of Diverging-Converging Minichannel heat sink
Nura Mu’az Muhammad, Nor Azwadi Che Sidik, Aminuddin Saat, Bala Abdullahi
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Volume 11, No. 6
The Effect of Vortex Generators on Aerodynamics for Sedan Cars
Bassem Nashaat Zakher, Mostafa El-Hadary, Andrew Nabil
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Optimizing Dry Ice Blasting Nozzle Divergent Length using CFD for Noise Reduction
Mohamad Nur Hidayat Mat, Nor Zelawati Asmuin, Nor Halim Hasan, Hanis Zakaria, Muhammad Faqhrurrazi Abd Rahman, Riyadhthusollehan Khairulfuaad, Balasem Abdulameer Jabbar
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Effects of Row Trench Holes Geometries on an Endwall Cooling
Nor Azwadi Che Sidik, Ehsan Kianpour
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CFD Investigation of the Flow Characteristics of an Automotive Catalyst Monolith
Mastura Mutafa, Ahmad Kamal Mat Yamin, Noreffendy Tamaldin
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Computational Fluid Dynamics Investigation of Air-Gas Pre Mixing Controller Mixer Designed for CNG-Diesel Dual-Fuel Engines
Hassan Sadah Muhssen, Siti Ujila Masuri, Barkawi Sahari, Abdul Aziz Hairuddin
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On Numerical Investigation of Semi-Empirical Relation Representing Development Length for a Fluid Flow in a Closed Conduit
Siddique Mohd Umair, Emaad Ansari, Sher Afghan Khan, Abdulrahman Alrobaian
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Effects of Flame Structure and Flame Strain on the Growth Region of Carbon Nanotubes in Counter-Flow Diffusion Flame
Eik Woei Heng, Muhammad Thalhah Zainal, Mohd Fairus Mohd Yasin, Norikhwan Hamzah
Page 72 – 85

Comparison Between 6-DOF UDF and Moving Mesh Approaches in CFD Methods for Predicting Cross-Flow Pico-Hydro Turbine Performance
Aji Putro Prakoso, Warjito, Ahmad Indra Siswantara, Budiarso, Dendy Adanta
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Prediction of Lift and Drag Coefficients on Stationary Capsule in Pipeline
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Experimental and Numerical Study of Spoiler Effect on Ship Stability: Effect of Spoiler Inclination Angle
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2D Numerical Simulation of Fluid Flow over a Rectangular Prism
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Graphical User Interface (GUI) In MatLab for Solving The Pulsatile Flow in Blood Vessel
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Scalar Tuning of a Fluid Solver using Compact Scheme for a Supercomputer with a Distributed Memory Architecture

Hikaru Aono, Taku Nonomura, Nobuyuki Iizuka, Takahiko Ohsako, Tomohide Inari, Yasutoshi Hashimoto, Ryoji Takaki, Kozo Fujii
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Effect of Volume Fraction on the Performance and Separation Efficiency of a De-oiling Hydrocyclone
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Scalar Tuning of a Fluid Solver using Compact Scheme for a Supercomputer with a Distributed Memory Architecture
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Cylindrical and Row Trenched Cooling Holes with Alignment Angle of 90 Degree at Different Blowing Ratios
M. A. Khattak, M. A. Ashraff, M. Ikmal, A. Syafiq and M. Hazritz
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Numerical Investigation on the Effect of Impeller Trimming on the Performance of a Modified
Layth Hasan Jawad, S. Abdullah, R. Zulkifli, W.M. F.W. Mahmood
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Protection of Bend from Erosion Caused by Gas-Particle Flows in Town Border Station
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Numerical Study of Mixed Convective Cooling in a Ventilated Cavity Utilizing a Guide Baffle
Wael El-Maghlany
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Comments on ‘A generalized lattice Boltzmann method for three-dimensional incompressible fluid flow simulation’
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Fluid-Particle Interaction with Buoyancy Forces on Jeffrey Fluid with Newtonian Heating
Abdul Rahman Mohd Kasim, Nur Syamilah Arifin, Syazwani Mohd Zokri, Mohd Zuki Salleh
Page 1 – 16
Abstract
The numerical results of fluid flow problem that being embedded with the dust particles is presented in this paper. In order to analyze such problem, a two-phase model is constructed by introducing a fluid-particle interaction forces in the momentum equations of fluid and dust phases. The buoyancy forces and aligned magnetic field are considered on the fluid flow. Also, the Newtonian heating boundary condition is induced on the vertical stretching sheet. The suitable similarity transformation is applied to the governing equations of the model which then produces the ordinary differential system. The results are obtained by adapting the Runge-Kutta Fehlberg (RKF45) method whereby the solutions are interpreted in terms of velocity and temperature profiles for Jeffrey fluid and dust particles respectively. The influences of assorted physical parameters are visualized graphically to clarify the flow and heat transfer characteristic for both phases. The discovery found that the presence of the dust particles have an effect on the fluid motion which led to decelerate the fluid transference. The present flow model can match to the single phase fluid cases if the fluid particle interaction parameter is ignored.

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MLA
Abdul Rahman, Mohd Kasim, et al. "Fluid-Particle Interaction with Buoyancy Forces on Jeffrey Fluid with Newtonian Heating." CFD Letters 11.1 (2019): 1-16.
APA
Abdul Rahman, M. K., Nur Syamilah, A., Syazwani, M. Z., & Mohd Zuki, S.(2019). Fluid-Particle Interaction with Buoyancy Forces on Jeffrey Fluid with Newtonian Heating. CFD Letters, 11(1), 1-16.
Chicago
Abdul Rahman Mohd Kasim, Nur Syamilah Arifin, Syazwani Mohd Zokri, and Mohd Zuki Salleh."Fluid-Particle Interaction with Buoyancy Forces on Jeffrey Fluid with Newtonian Heating." CFD Letters." 11, no. 1 (2019): 1-16.
Harvard
Abdul Rahman, M.K., Nur Syamilah, A., Syazwani, M.Z., and Mohd Zuki, S.,2019. Fluid-Particle Interaction with Buoyancy Forces on Jeffrey Fluid with Newtonian Heating. CFD Letters 11(1), pp. 1-16.
Vancouver
Abdul Rahman MK, Nur Syamilah A, Syazwani MZ, Mohd Zuki S. Fluid-Particle Interaction with Buoyancy Forces on Jeffrey Fluid with Newtonian Heating. CFD Letters. 2019;11(1): 1-16.

MHD Slip Flow and Heat Transfer on Stagnation Point of a Magnetite (Fe3O4 ) Ferrofluid towards a Stretching Sheet with Newtonian Heating
Muhammad Khairul Anuar Mohamed, Nurul Ainn Ismail, Norhamizah Hashim, Norlianah Mohd Shah, Mohd Zuki Salleh
Page 17 - 27

Abstract
Present paper investigates the flow and heat transfer of Magnetite (Fe3O4) water based nanofluid termed as ferrofluid on stagnation point past a stretching sheet with slip effect. The methodology starts with transforming the non-linear partial differential equations that governed the model to ordinary differential equations, then solved numerically by Runge-Kutta-Fehlberg (RKF45) method in Maple software. The influenced and characteristics of pertinent parameters which are the stretching parameter, magnetic parameter, velocity slip parameter and solid volume fraction for nanofluid are analyzed and discussed. It was found that the magnetite (Fe3O4) ferrofluid provided higher wall temperature and heat transfer capabilities compared to water. Meanwhile, the presence of slip effect had minimized the skin friction coefficient.

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Muhammad Khairul Anuar, Mohamed, et al. "MHD Slip Flow and Heat Transfer on Stagnation Point of a Magnetite (Fe3O4 ) Ferrofluid towards a Stretching Sheet with Newtonian Heating." CFD Letters 11.1 (2019): 17-27.
APA
Muhammad Khairul Anuar, M., Nurul Ainn, I., Norhamizah, H., Norlianah, M. S., & Mohd Zuki, S.(2019). MHD Slip Flow and Heat Transfer on Stagnation Point of a Magnetite (Fe3O4 ) Ferrofluid towards a Stretching Sheet with Newtonian Heating. CFD Letters, 11(1), 17-27.
Chicago
Muhammad Khairul Anuar Mohamed, Nurul Ainn Ismail, Norhamizah Hashim, Norlianah Mohd Shah, and Mohd Zuki Salleh."MHD Slip Flow and Heat Transfer on Stagnation Point of a Magnetite (Fe3O4 ) Ferrofluid towards a Stretching Sheet with Newtonian Heating." CFD Letters." 11, no. 1 (2019): 17-27.
Harvard
Muhammad Khairul Anuar, M., Nurul Ainn, I., Norhamizah, H., Norlianah, M.S., and Mohd Zuki, S.,2019. MHD Slip Flow and Heat Transfer on Stagnation Point of a Magnetite (Fe3O4 ) Ferrofluid towards a Stretching Sheet with Newtonian Heating. CFD Letters 11(1), pp. 17-27.
Vancouver
Muhammad Khairul Anuar M, Nurul Ainn I, Norhamizah H, Norlianah MS, Mohd Zuki S. MHD Slip Flow and Heat Transfer on Stagnation Point of a Magnetite (Fe3O4 ) Ferrofluid towards a Stretching Sheet with Newtonian Heating. CFD Letters. 2019;11(1): 17-27.

Analysis of Injection Pressure and High Ambient Density of Biodiesel Spray using Computational Fluid Dynamics
Norrizam Jaat, Amir Khalid, Norrizal Mustaffa, Fathul Hakim Zulkifli, Norshuhaila Mohamed Sunar, Ridwan Saputra Nursal, Mahmod Abd Hakim Mohamad, Djamal Didane
Page 28 - 39

Abstract
Blended fuels have great potential for substitution with petroleum fuel for the purpose of emission control and fuel ef?ciency improvement. This research is to investigate the effect of high injection pressure and high ambient condition of biodiesel blends on spray characteristics using Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD). The variables in this study are the various injection pressure (220, 250 and 280 MPa) and ambient temperatures (850, 950, and 1050 K), while the ambient pressure is kept constant at 8 MPa. The simulation in ANSYS FLUENT was used to observe the spray characteristics of biodiesel blends at various conditions. Simulation results show that longer spray penetration length with smaller spray signi?cantly a?ects the mixture formation biodiesel blends compared to pure diesel at high injection pressure and ambient temperature.

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Norrizam, Jaat, et al. "Analysis of Injection Pressure and High Ambient Density of Biodiesel Spray using Computational Fluid Dynamics." CFD Letters 11.1 (2019): 28-39.
APA
Norrizam, J., Amir, K., Norrizal, M., Fathul Hakim, Z., Norshuhaila, M. S., Ridwan, S. N., Mahmod, A. H. M., & Djamal, D.(2019). Analysis of Injection Pressure and High Ambient Density of Biodiesel Spray using Computational Fluid Dynamics. CFD Letters, 11(1), 28-39.
Chicago
Norrizam Jaat, Amir Khalid, Norrizal Mustaffa, Fathul Hakim Zulkifli, Norshuhaila Mohamed Sunar, Ridwan Saputra Nursal, Mahmod Abd Hakim Mohamad, and Djamal Didane."Analysis of Injection Pressure and High Ambient Density of Biodiesel Spray using Computational Fluid Dynamics." CFD Letters." 11, no. 1 (2019): 28-39.
Harvard
Norrizam, J., Amir, K., Norrizal, M., Fathul Hakim, Z., Norshuhaila, M.S., Ridwan, S.N., Mahmod, A.H.M., and Djamal, D.,2019. Analysis of Injection Pressure and High Ambient Density of Biodiesel Spray using Computational Fluid Dynamics. CFD Letters 11(1), pp. 28-39.
Vancouver
Norrizam J, Amir K, Norrizal M, Fathul Hakim Z, Norshuhaila MS, Ridwan SN, Mahmod AHM, Djamal D. Analysis of Injection Pressure and High Ambient Density of Biodiesel Spray using Computational Fluid Dynamics. CFD Letters. 2019;11(1): 28-39.

Analytical and Numerical Solutions to the 2D Sakiadis Flow of Casson Fluid with Cross Diffusion, Inclined Magnetic Force, Viscous Dissipation and Thermal Radiation Based on Buongiorno's Mathematical Model
Emran Khoshrouye Ghiasi, Reza Saleh
Page 40 - 54

Abstract
In this paper, the homotopy analysis method (HAM) and Runge-Kutta-Fehlberg fourth-fifth order method (RKF45M) are applied to investigate the 2D Sakiadis flow of non-Newtonian Casson fluid with convective boundary conditions based on the Buongiorno’s mathematical model. The governing boundary layer equations of continuity, momentum, thermal energy and nanoparticle concentration are derived and converted to the dimensionless form via the similarity variables. The present solutions agree entirely with those available results in the literatures. A parametric study is also performed to illustrate the effects of pertinent parameters on the fluid flow. It is shown that the skin friction coefficient for a non-Newtonian fluid is found to be higher than that of the Newtonian one. Furthermore, the thermal boundary layer thickness is greatly affected by the resistive Lorentz force and viscous dissipation.

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Emran, Khoshrouye Ghiasi, and Reza, Saleh. "Analytical and Numerical Solutions to the 2D Sakiadis Flow of Casson Fluid with Cross Diffusion, Inclined Magnetic Force, Viscous Dissipation and Thermal Radiation Based on Buongiorno's Mathematical Model." CFD Letters 11.1 (2019): 40-54.
APA
Emran, K. G., & Reza, S.(2019). Analytical and Numerical Solutions to the 2D Sakiadis Flow of Casson Fluid with Cross Diffusion, Inclined Magnetic Force, Viscous Dissipation and Thermal Radiation Based on Buongiorno's Mathematical Model. CFD Letters, 11(1), 40-54.
Chicago
Emran Khoshrouye Ghiasi, and Reza Saleh."Analytical and Numerical Solutions to the 2D Sakiadis Flow of Casson Fluid with Cross Diffusion, Inclined Magnetic Force, Viscous Dissipation and Thermal Radiation Based on Buongiorno's Mathematical Model." CFD Letters." 11, no. 1 (2019): 40-54.
Harvard
Emran, K.G., and Reza, S.,2019. Analytical and Numerical Solutions to the 2D Sakiadis Flow of Casson Fluid with Cross Diffusion, Inclined Magnetic Force, Viscous Dissipation and Thermal Radiation Based on Buongiorno's Mathematical Model. CFD Letters 11(1), pp. 40-54.
Vancouver
Emran KG, Reza S. Analytical and Numerical Solutions to the 2D Sakiadis Flow of Casson Fluid with Cross Diffusion, Inclined Magnetic Force, Viscous Dissipation and Thermal Radiation Based on Buongiorno's Mathematical Model. CFD Letters. 2019;11(1): 40-54.

Effects Of Mixed Convection On Methanol And Kerosene Oil Based Micropolar Nanofluid Containing Oxide Nanoparticles
Hamzeh T. Alkasasbeh, Mohammed Z. Swalmeh, Abid Hussanan, Mustafa Mamat
Page 55 - 68

Abstract
The purpose of this communication is to examine the micro-rotation and micro-inertia characteristics of nanofluids over a solid sphere under mixed convection effect. Two types of oxide nanoparticles namely graphene and iron oxide suspended in two different types of base fluids such as methanol and kerosene oil. The governing boundary layer equations are transformed into nonlinear partial differential equations system and solved numerically using an implicit finite difference scheme known as Keller box method. The results for temperature, velocity and angular velocity are discussed and plotted for different values of the parameters, namely, nanoparticle volume fraction, the micro-rotation parameter and the mixed convection parameter by considering the thermo-physical properties of both nanoparticles and base fluids. Moreover, numerical results for the local Nusselt number and the local skin friction coefficient are obtained. It is found that Fe3O4/GO kerosene oil has higher in local Nusselt number compared with Fe3O4/GO methanol. The results of the local Nusselt number and the local skin friction for the Newtonian fluid are found to be in good accurate with the literature.

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MLA
Hamzeh, T. Alkasasbeh, et al. "Effects Of Mixed Convection On Methanol And Kerosene Oil Based Micropolar Nanofluid Containing Oxide Nanoparticles." CFD Letters 11.1 (2019): 55-68.
APA
Hamzeh, T. A., Mohammed, Z. S., Abid, H., & Mustafa, M.(2019). Effects Of Mixed Convection On Methanol And Kerosene Oil Based Micropolar Nanofluid Containing Oxide Nanoparticles. CFD Letters, 11(1), 55-68.
Chicago
Hamzeh T. Alkasasbeh, Mohammed Z. Swalmeh, Abid Hussanan, and Mustafa Mamat."Effects Of Mixed Convection On Methanol And Kerosene Oil Based Micropolar Nanofluid Containing Oxide Nanoparticles." CFD Letters." 11, no. 1 (2019): 55-68.
Harvard
Hamzeh, T.A., Mohammed, Z.S., Abid, H., and Mustafa, M.,2019. Effects Of Mixed Convection On Methanol And Kerosene Oil Based Micropolar Nanofluid Containing Oxide Nanoparticles. CFD Letters 11(1), pp. 55-68.
Vancouver
Hamzeh TA, Mohammed ZS, Abid H, Mustafa M. Effects Of Mixed Convection On Methanol And Kerosene Oil Based Micropolar Nanofluid Containing Oxide Nanoparticles. CFD Letters. 2019;11(1): 55-68.

On the Parallelization of Moving Particle Level Set (MPLS) Method for Multiphase Flow Simulation using OpenMP
Abdalla Mohamed Elfatih Ibrahim, Khai Ching Ng, Yee Luon Ng
Page 69 - 85

Abstract
As the field of Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) continues to grow, some advanced simulation methods such as mesh-less (or particle) methods have been devised to solve fluid flow problems involving complex dynamics. The popular Moving Particle Semi-implicit (MPS) method is one of the particle methods commonly used to solve fluid flow problems without relying on the pre-existing mesh structure. Recently, based on the MPS method, two new methods, i.e. the Moving Particle Pressure Mesh (MPPM) and the Moving Particle Level-Set (MPLS) methods have been developed in our research team to simulate single- and multi-phase flow problems and meanwhile to obtain a smoother pressure field. In the current work, the Open Multi Processing (OpenMP) library was used to parallelize the MPLS code on a shared memory machine and the effects of parallelism on the computation performances of MPLS were studied. The test case used to benchmark the computation performance was the multi-phase problem, i.e. the problem involving Rayleigh-Taylor Instability (RTI). The machine used in this work has 6 physical cores with 12 logical threads. The maximum speedup was 3.71x, which was comparable to those achieved by similar particle methods such as Direct Simulation Monte Carlo, Discrete Element Method, etc. Strong and weak scaling studies were conducted and the memory access (cache hit rates) under different scheduling patterns was investigated. It was found that the speedup and core performance of the level-set function implemented in the MPLS code was relatively high.

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MLA
Abdalla Mohamed, Elfatih Ibrahim, et al. "On the Parallelization of Moving Particle Level Set (MPLS) Method for Multiphase Flow Simulation using OpenMP." CFD Letters 11.1 (2019): 69-85.
APA
Abdalla Mohamed, E. I., Ng, K. C., & Ng, Y. L.(2019). On the Parallelization of Moving Particle Level Set (MPLS) Method for Multiphase Flow Simulation using OpenMP. CFD Letters, 11(1), 69-85.
Chicago
Abdalla Mohamed Elfatih Ibrahim, Khai Ching Ng, and Yee Luon Ng."On the Parallelization of Moving Particle Level Set (MPLS) Method for Multiphase Flow Simulation using OpenMP." CFD Letters." 11, no. 1 (2019): 69-85.
Harvard
Abdalla Mohamed, E.I., Ng, K.C., and Ng, Y.L.,2019. On the Parallelization of Moving Particle Level Set (MPLS) Method for Multiphase Flow Simulation using OpenMP. CFD Letters 11(1), pp. 69-85.
Vancouver
Abdalla Mohamed EI, Ng KC, Ng YL. On the Parallelization of Moving Particle Level Set (MPLS) Method for Multiphase Flow Simulation using OpenMP. CFD Letters. 2019;11(1): 69-85.

Spiral Groove Bearing Geometry Variation Effect on Left Ventricular Assist Device Impeller Performance
Shirly Empaling, Ahmad Zahran Md Khudzari, Muhammad Rashidi Abdul Kadir, Kahar Osman, Akmal Hakim Mohamad Hudzari, Mohammad Hasbullah Padzillah, Ishkrizat Abdul Talib, Mohamed Ezani Abdul Taib, Aizai Azan Abdul Rahim
Page 86 - 101

Abstract
Mechanical heart assist device has been accepted as a reliable treatment modality for advanced heart failure patient option other than orthotropic heart transplantation. One type of the device is a centrifugal rotary mechanical blood pump that has an impeller levitated using a magnetic motor system in which, it reduces blood damage compared to its predecessors. Spiral Groove Bearing (SGB) is proposed as another design consideration to further decrease blood damage, increasing blood flow in the tight gaps, while maintaining pump performances. There were few studies investigating several aspects of SGB effect on blood flow within the mechanical blood pump, however no study has been done on the SGB geometry configurations, and its effect on device performance. In this study, two design factors of SGB geometry were simulated using computational fluid dynamics (CFD) software – a gap between impeller and housing, and SGB groove depths. The resulting variants were then evaluated using several performance indexes which are pump pressure output, average washout flow, hemolysis index, bearing load carrying capacity and pump efficiency. From the results, there are two conclusions that can be drawn. By deepening SGB groove depth, blood pump performance increased, while increasing the gap between the impeller and pump housing, most performance indexes were reduced. Scoring and screening method was also utilized to evaluate the best variant and it was found that, the variant with SGB groove depths 1000 ?m and gap of 80 ?m was the best in term of overall performances.

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MLA
Shirly, Empaling, et al. "Spiral Groove Bearing Geometry Variation Effect on Left Ventricular Assist Device Impeller Performance." CFD Letters 11.1 (2019): 86-101.
APA
Shirly, E., Ahmad Zahran, M. K., Muhammad Rashidi, A. K., Kahar, O., Akmal Hakim, M. H., Mohammad Hasbullah, P., Ishkrizat, A. T., Mohamed Ezani, A. T., & Aizai Azan, A. R.(2019). Spiral Groove Bearing Geometry Variation Effect on Left Ventricular Assist Device Impeller Performance. CFD Letters, 11(1), 86-101.
Chicago
Shirly Empaling, Ahmad Zahran Md Khudzari, Muhammad Rashidi Abdul Kadir, Kahar Osman, Akmal Hakim Mohamad Hudzari, Mohammad Hasbullah Padzillah, Ishkrizat Abdul Talib, Mohamed Ezani Abdul Taib, and Aizai Azan Abdul Rahim."Spiral Groove Bearing Geometry Variation Effect on Left Ventricular Assist Device Impeller Performance." CFD Letters." 11, no. 1 (2019): 86-101.
Harvard
Shirly, E., Ahmad Zahran, M.K., Muhammad Rashidi, A.K., Kahar, O., Akmal Hakim, M.H., Mohammad Hasbullah, P., Ishkrizat, A.T., Mohamed Ezani, A.T., and Aizai Azan, A.R.,2019. Spiral Groove Bearing Geometry Variation Effect on Left Ventricular Assist Device Impeller Performance. CFD Letters 11(1), pp. 86-101.
Vancouver
Shirly E, Ahmad Zahran MK, Muhammad Rashidi AK, Kahar O, Akmal Hakim MH, Mohammad Hasbullah P, Ishkrizat AT, Mohamed Ezani AT, Aizai Azan AR. Spiral Groove Bearing Geometry Variation Effect on Left Ventricular Assist Device Impeller Performance. CFD Letters. 2019;11(1): 86-101.

Volume 11, No. 2
Numerical Analysis of Solar Hybrid Photovoltaic Thermal Air Collector Simulation by ANSYS
Amira Lateef Abdullah, Suhaimi Misha, Noreffendy Tamaldin, Mohd Afzanizam Mohd Rosli, Fadhil Abdulameer sachit
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Abstract
Solar energy is one of the renewable energy sources which have potential for future energy applications. The current technology converts solar energy into electricity and heat respectively. The aim from the paper to increases the PV efficiency by using duct of air under the PV panels to help reduce the temperature of the PV cells, an effort was made to simulate and evaluate the overall performance of a hybrid photovoltaic thermal (PVT) air collector using computational fluid dynamics (CFD) software. The numerical analysis of the flow and heat transfer in hybrid PVT systems is computationally complicated. Based on numerical analysis, the performance of a solar hybrid PVT air collector was studied. The numerical simulation was performed using a commercial software ANSYS FLUENT 19.1. The electrical energy conversion from the solar cells was calculated with a user defined function. The numerical results were validated with the experimental results from the literature. The results showed a good agreement between the experimental and simulated results for outlet air temperature and PV cell temperature. Using a validated model, the effects of mass flow rate and
duct depth on the performance of solar hybrid PVT collector were studied and optimum values were identified. The results indicated that the reduction in the depth of air channel increases the thermal efficiency, but it has no considerable effect on the electrical efficiency. The increase of the mass flow rate of air increases the thermal efficiency, but a slight enhancement is required for the generation of electrical power by PVT.

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MLA
Amira, Suhaimi, et al. "Numerical Analysis of Solar Hybrid Photovoltaic Thermal Air Collector Simulation by ANSYS." CFD Letters 11.2 (2019): 1-11.
APA
Amira Lateef, A., Suhaimi, M., Noreffendy, T., Mohd Afzanizam, M. R., & Fadhil Abdulameer, S.(2019). Numerical Analysis of Solar Hybrid Photovoltaic Thermal Air Collector Simulation by ANSYS. CFD Letters, 11(2), 1-11.
Chicago
Amira Lateef Abdullah, Suhaimi Misha, Noreffendy Tamaldin, Mohd Afzanizam Mohd Rosli, and Fadhil Abdulameer sachit."Numerical Analysis of Solar Hybrid Photovoltaic Thermal Air Collector Simulation by ANSYS." CFD Letters." 11, no. 2 (2019): 1-11.
Harvard
Abdul
Amira Lateef, A., Suhaimi, M., Noreffendy, T., Mohd Afzanizam, M. R., and Fadhil Abdulameer, S.,2019. Numerical Analysis of Solar Hybrid Photovoltaic Thermal Air Collector Simulation by ANSYS. CFD Letters 11(2), pp. 1-11.
Vancouver
Amira Lateef A, Suhaimi M, Noreffendy T, Mohd Afzanizam MR, Fadhil Abdulameer S. Numerical Analysis of Solar Hybrid Photovoltaic Thermal Air Collector Simulation by ANSYS. CFD Letters. 2019;11(2): 1-11.

Comparison of Rod-Airfoil Noise Calculation between Large Eddy Simulation (LES) and Detached-Eddy Simulation (DES)
Siti Ruhliah Lizarose Samion, Mohamed Sukri Mat Ali
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Airfoil Leading Edge noise is generated due to impingement of turbulent structures onvthe airfoil surface. The rod-airfoil configuration is a benchmark configuration for the Leading edge noise and their noise calculation by computer simulation has peen progressively investigated to acceptable compare with the experiment. This paper presents the noise results finding between two distinct simulation models and their comparison with the experimental results. The two simulation models are Large-eddy simulation (LES) and the Delayed Detached-Eddy simulation (DDES). The DES can provide good noise results with the correct number of meshing grids with shorter timespan if compared to the LES. This study proposes to use DDES results for further rodairfoil noise analysis.

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Siti Ruhliah and Mohamed Sukri, et al. "Comparison of Rod-Airfoil Noise Calculation between Large Eddy Simulation (LES) and Detached-Eddy Simulation (DES)" CFD Letters 11.2 (2019): 12-20.
APA
Siti Ruhliah, L. S., & Mohamed Sukri, M. A.(2019). Comparison of Rod-Airfoil Noise Calculation between Large Eddy Simulation (LES) and Detached-Eddy Simulation (DES). CFD Letters, 11(2), 12-20.
Chicago
Siti Ruhliah Lizarose Samion, and Mohamed Sukri Mat Ali."Comparison of Rod-Airfoil Noise Calculation between Large Eddy Simulation (LES) and Detached-Eddy Simulation (DES)." CFD Letters." 11, no. 2 (2019): 12-20.
Harvard
Siti Ruhliah, L. S., and Mohamed Sukri, M. A.,2019. Comparison of Rod-Airfoil Noise Calculation between Large Eddy Simulation (LES) and Detached-Eddy Simulation (DES). CFD Letters 11(2), pp. 12-20.
Vancouver
Siti Ruhliah LS, Mohamed Sukri MA. Comparison of Rod-Airfoil Noise Calculation between Large Eddy Simulation (LES) and Detached-Eddy Simulation (DES). CFD Letters. 2019;11(2): 12-20.

Numerical Solution on MHD Stagnation Point Flow in Ferrofluid with Newtonian Heating and Thermal Radiation Effect
Siti Hanani Mat Yasin, Muhammad Khairul Anuar Mohamed, Zulkhibri Ismail@Mustofa, Basuki Widodo, Mohd Zuki Salleh
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This study aims to investigate MHD stagnation point flow of Magnetite (Fe3O4) with Newtonian heating and thermal radiation effect over a flat plate. The governing equation which is in the form of dimensional nonlinear partial differential equations are reduced to non-linear ordinary equations by using appropriate similarity transformation, then solved numerically by using Keller-box method, which programmed in Matlab software. The influenced of significant parameter such as the magnetic parameter, radiation parameter and volume fraction on velocity and temperature profiles will be obtained. The study reveals the radiation parameter will enhance the temperature of the flow. On the other hand, the skin friction and Nusselt number will increase with an increase magnetic parameter.

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Siti Hanani, Muhammad Khairul, et al. "Numerical Solution on MHD Stagnation Point Flow in Ferrofluid with Newtonian Heating and Thermal Radiation Effect." CFD Letters 11.2 (2019): 21-31.
APA
Siti Hanani, M. Y., Muhammad Khairul, A. M., Zulkhibri Ismail, M., Basuki, W., & Mohd Zuki, S.(2019). Numerical Solution on MHD Stagnation Point Flow in Ferrofluid with Newtonian Heating and Thermal Radiation Effect. CFD Letters, 11(2), 21-31.
Chicago
Siti Hanani Mat Yasin, Muhammad Khairul Anuar Mohamed, Zulkhibri Ismail@Mustofa, Basuki Widodo, and Mohd Zuki Salleh."Numerical Solution on MHD Stagnation Point Flow in Ferrofluid with Newtonian Heating and Thermal Radiation Effect." CFD Letters." 11, no. 2 (2019): 21-31.
Harvard
Siti Hanani, M. Y., Muhammad Khairul, A. M., Zulkhibri Ismail, M., Basuki, W., and Mohd Zuki, S.,2019. Numerical Solution on MHD Stagnation Point Flow in Ferrofluid with Newtonian Heating and Thermal Radiation Effect. CFD Letters 11(2), pp. 21-31.
Vancouver
Siti Hanani MY, Muhammad Khairul AM, Zulkhibri Ismail M, Basuki W, Mohd Zuki S. Numerical Solution on MHD Stagnation Point Flow in Ferrofluid with Newtonian Heating and Thermal Radiation Effect. 2019;11(2): 21-31.

Aerodynamics Investigation of Delta Wing at Low Reynold’s Number
Ilya Bashiera Hamizi, Sher Afghan Khan
Page 32 - 41

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A numerical simulation has been carried out to investigate the aerodynamics of an oscillating delta wing and to evaluate the flow structure over the leading edge at different low Reynolds numbers. The numerical results of coefficient of lift (CL) vs angle of attack is validated with the experimental results from the previous study. Effects of Reynolds number and angle of attack is investigated for the wing lift coefficient, and the aerodynamic efficiency. Pressure contour and turbulence kinetic energy are also
observed for each case. Vortex formation from each case is noted from pressure contour and lift coefficient. The stall condition is also observed. Considering the three Reynolds number at max CL, which is at angle of attack of 40 degrees, the CL only increased by 0.01, which is not a very significant increase. But L/D ratio has in-creased significantly for Reynolds number in the range from 8x104 to 1.5x105 and from Re 1.5x105 to 2.68x105. Whereas for each Reynolds number, the lift coefficient CL seems to attain highest value of 0.4 at angle of incidence between 10 degrees and -10 degrees to -20 degrees.

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Ilya Bashiera and Sher Afghan. "Aerodynamics Investigation of Delta Wing at Low Reynold’s Number." CFD Letters 11.2 (2019): 32-41.
APA
Ilya Bashiera, H., & Sher Afghan, K.(2019). Aerodynamics Investigation of Delta Wing at Low Reynold’s Number. CFD Letters, 11(2), 32-41.
Chicago
Ilya Bashiera Hamizi, and Sher Afghan Khan."Aerodynamics Investigation of Delta Wing at Low Reynold’s Number." CFD Letters." 11, no. 2 (2019): 32-41.
Harvard
Ilya Bashiera, H., and Sher Afghan, K.,2019. Aerodynamics Investigation of Delta Wing at Low Reynold’s Number. CFD Letters 11(2), pp. 32-41.
Vancouver
Ilya Bashiera H, Sher Afghan K. Aerodynamics Investigation of Delta Wing at Low Reynold’s Number. CFD Letters. 2019;11(2): 32-41.

Evaluation of Air Flow Pattern for Conceptual Design of Automotive Painting Line Using Computational Fluid Dynamic (CFD) for Better Dust Particle Reduction
Muhammad Hafizan Yosri, Pauziah Muhamad, Norfazrina Hayati Mohd Yatim
Page 42 - 49

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In the painting production process, repairing of paint work defects by running the part through repeat process, together with the essential requirement quality control routines, account for a very large proportion of the operating costs .The dust and fibre defects is ranged between 40% and 50% and found to be the highest rejection from one of the local industry painting line. Hence that, this research is focused to study the effectiveness of simulating this painting line using Computational Fluid Dynamic (CFD) method to identify the air flow and turbulence pattern which may help to understand the particle concentration and movement in the painting line. Six mechanical designs of ventilation system was proposed in order to study the particle movement and concentration to this automotive painting line. From here, the best design which suite the objective of minimizing the particle concentration and its dissipation into the painted part are justified. Hence, improvement action such as layout arrangement and mechanical design are factors involved to overcome and minimize the foreign particle from fall down into the parts during the painting process. The result from this study may also be a benchmarking for future design of new automotive painting line.

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Muhammad Hafizan, Pauziah, et al. "Evaluation of Air Flow Pattern for Conceptual Design of Automotive Painting Line Using Computational Fluid Dynamic (CFD) for Better Dust Particle Reduction." CFD Letters 11.2 (2019): 42-49.
APA
Muhammad Hafizan, Y., Pauziah, M., & Norfazrina Hayati, M. Y.(2019). Evaluation of Air Flow Pattern for Conceptual Design of Automotive Painting Line Using Computational Fluid Dynamic (CFD) for Better Dust Particle Reduction. CFD Letters, 11(2), 42-49.
Chicago
Muhammad Hafizan Yosri, Pauziah Muhamad, and Norfazrina Hayati Mohd Yatim."Evaluation of Air Flow Pattern for Conceptual Design of Automotive Painting Line Using Computational Fluid Dynamic (CFD) for Better Dust Particle Reduction." CFD Letters." 11, no. 2 (2019): 42-49.
Harvard
Muhammad Hafizan, Y., Pauziah, M., and Norfazrina Hayati, M. Y.,2019. Evaluation of Air Flow Pattern for Conceptual Design of Automotive Painting Line Using Computational Fluid Dynamic (CFD) for Better Dust Particle Reduction. CFD Letters 11(2), pp. 42-49.
Vancouver
Muhammad Hafizan Y, Pauziah M, Norfazrina Hayati MY. Evaluation of Air Flow Pattern for Conceptual Design of Automotive Painting Line Using Computational Fluid Dynamic (CFD) for Better Dust Particle Reduction. CFD Letters. 2019;11(2): 42-49.

Modelling, Validation and Analyzing Performance of Serpentine-Direct PV/T Solar Collector Design
Fadhil Abdulameer sachit, Mohd Afzanizam Mohd Rosli, Noreffendy Tamaldin, Suhaimi Misha, Amira Lateef Abdullah
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The photovoltaic thermal, PV/T water collector’s thermal and electrical performance was investigated for two absorbers design. Comparison between them were done using validated simulation of the model which was presented using theoretical data with the help of program MATLAB. The first design serpentine and the second serpin-Direct (new design), were defined under solar radiation levels (300-1100)W/m2. Mass flow rate range from (0.011 kg /s to 0.1 kg /s) at each level of solar radiation. The PV/T system was evaluated in terms of
thermal efficiency, electrical efficiency and a combination of both PV/T efficiencies. The results showed that the values of cell efficiency increases with decreasing solar radiation and cell temperature. The cell temperature increases with increasing solar radiation and decreases with the increasing mass flow rate. The outlet water temperature increases with rising solar radiation and decreases as mass flow rate rises. At optimum conditions of 900W/?2 solar radiation and 0.06 kg/s mass flow rate, the results indicated that serpin-direct PV/T design achieved 53% thermal and 14.3% electrical efficiency respectively. Under same
operating conditions the results showed the priority of serpen-direct PV/T collector design performance versus the serpentine PV/T collector in term of thermal and electrical efficiency.

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Fadhil Abdulameer, Mohd Afzanizam, et al. "Modelling, Validation and Analyzing Performance of Serpentine-Direct PV/T Solar Collector Design." CFD Letters 11.2 (2019): 50-65.
APA
Fadhil Abdulameer, S., Mohd Afzanizam, M. R., Noreffendy, T., Suhaimi, M., & Amira Lateef, A.(2019). Modelling, Validation and Analyzing Performance of Serpentine-Direct PV/T Solar Collector Design. CFD Letters, 11(2), 50-65.
Chicago
Fadhil Abdulameer sachit, Mohd Afzanizam Mohd Rosli, Noreffendy Tamaldin, Suhaimi Misha, and Amira Lateef Abdullah."Modelling, Validation and Analyzing Performance of Serpentine-Direct PV/T Solar Collector Design." CFD Letters." 11, no. 2 (2019): 50-65.
Harvard
Fadhil Abdulameer, S., Mohd Afzanizam, M. R., Noreffendy, T., Suhaimi, M., and Amira Lateef, A.,2019. Modelling, Validation and Analyzing Performance of Serpentine-Direct PV/T Solar Collector Design. CFD Letters 11(2), pp. 50-65.
Vancouver
Fadhil Abdulameer S, Mohd Afzanizam MR, Noreffendy T, Suhaimi M, Amira Lateef A. Modelling, Validation and Analyzing Performance of Serpentine-Direct PV/T Solar Collector Design. CFD Letters. 2019;11(2): 50-65.

Design and Analysis of Vortex Induced Vibration (VIV) Suppression Device
Syamsul Azry Md Esa, Wan Mohd. Arif Aziz Japar, Nor Azwadi Che Sidik
Page 66 - 80

Abstract
Riser which have a cylindrical structure is used in Oil & Gas industry to facilitate the safe transportation of material, fluids, and gases between seafloor and host platform. However, the continues interaction between the cylinder riser and shed vortices causes a several damage to the riser due to large amplitude of vibration experienced by the riser. As consequence, maintenance cost and time consuming to repair the
damage increases. Hence, present study is conducted to investigate the effectiveness of fairing geometry to suppress vortex induced vibration of a cylindrical structure. Comparative analysis between bare cylinder and the proposed design is conducted to study the effect of fairing geometry on the drag coefficient and lift coefficient of proposed design. The result shows the existence of fairing geometry in proposed design has obtained the lower St number then cylinder riser and thus reduced the vortex shedding formation near to main structure. Besides that, vortex shedding formed by the proposed design is less aggressive and slower than bare cylinder. At the lower velocity (v = 0.5m/s), proposed design with the chord length of 1.5D shows the
lowest CL and CD value. However, at the higher velocity (1.0m/s?v?2.0m/s), proposed design with the chord length of 1.25D shows the lowest CL value with average drag coefficient.

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Syamsul Azry,Aziz Japar, et al. "Design and Analysis of Vortex Induced Vibration (VIV) Suppression Device." CFD Letters 11.2 (2019): 66-80.
APA
Syamsul Azry, M. E., Aziz Japar, W. M. A., & Sidik, N. A. C.(2019). Design and Analysis of Vortex Induced Vibration (VIV) Suppression Device. CFD Letters, 11(2), 66-80.
Chicago
Syamsul Azry Md Esa, Wan Mohd. Arif Aziz Japar, and Nor Azwadi Che Sidik."Design and Analysis of Vortex Induced Vibration (VIV) Suppression Device." CFD Letters." 11, no. 2 (2019): 66-80.
Harvard
Syamsul Azry, M. E., Aziz Japar, W. M. A., and Sidik, N. A. C.,2019. Design and Analysis of Vortex Induced Vibration (VIV) Suppression Device. CFD Letters 11(2), pp. 66-80.
Vancouver
Syamsul Azry ME, Aziz Japar WMA, Sidik NAC. Design and Analysis of Vortex Induced Vibration (VIV) Suppression Device. CFD Letters. 2019;11(2): 66-80.

CFD Analysis of Dual-Phase Flows Inside Helically Coiled Tubes in Vapour Compression Micro-Refrigerator
Parashurama Siddegowda, Govindegowda Mundur Sannappagowda, Srinath Mandya Sridharamuthy, Ramesha Devarahalli Kempegowda
Page 81 - 94

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This study focus on experimental exploration of heat transfer by helical coil. Helical pipe of circular cross section is used widely in variety of applications due to inexpensive and easiness in production. Enhancement of heat transfer by helical pipe is more prominent than in straight pipe, which has supported by many literatures. Controlling pressure drop (which is also a significant factor) to enhance heat transfer in the helical pipe. Modeling of dual phase, especially fluid – vapor flow under adiabatic conditions inside a flat helical tube utilizing CFD examination is difficult with the accessible dual phase models in fluent due to constantly changing flow patterns. In the present investigation, CFD examination of two phase flow of refrigerants inside a level helical pipe of inward diameter across, 20 mm and 100mm length is completed utilizing homogeneous model in adiabatic conditions. The refrigerants considered are R290 and R134a. The investigation is performed at saturation temperatures with fluid flow rates to assess the nearby frictional weight drop. Flow characteristics, velocity, pressure drop, turbulent kinetic energy, and temperature contours along the total length of the coil are to be analysed. Velocity, pressure drop, turbulent kinetic energy, and temperature distribution of multi-phase flow inside the pipe also to be analyzed. By
utilizing homogeneous model, normal properties are acquired for each of the refrigerants that are considered as multi-stage pseudo liquid.

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Parashurama, Govindegowda, et al. "CFD Analysis of Dual-Phase Flows Inside Helically Coiled Tubes in Vapour Compression Micro-Refrigerator." CFD Letters 11.2 (2019): 81-94.
APA
Parashurama, S., Govindegowda, M. S., Srinath, M. S., & Ramesha, D. K.(2019). CFD Analysis of Dual-Phase Flows Inside Helically Coiled Tubes in Vapour Compression Micro-Refrigerator. CFD Letters, 11(2), 81-94.
Chicago
Parashurama Siddegowda, Govindegowda Mundur Sannappagowda, Srinath Mandya Sridharamuthy, and Ramesha Devarahalli Kempegowda."CFD Analysis of Dual-Phase Flows Inside Helically Coiled Tubes in Vapour Compression Micro-Refrigerator." CFD Letters." 11, no. 2 (2019): 81-94.
Harvard
Parashurama, S., Govindegowda, M. S., Srinath, M. S., and Ramesha, D. K.,2019. CFD Analysis of Dual-Phase Flows Inside Helically Coiled Tubes in Vapour Compression Micro-Refrigerator. CFD Letters 11(2), pp. 81-94.
Vancouver
Parashurama S, Govindegowda MS, Srinath MS, Ramesha DK. CFD Analysis of Dual-Phase Flows Inside Helically Coiled Tubes in Vapour Compression Micro-Refrigerator. CFD Letters. 2019;11(2): 81-94.

Computational Fluid Dynamics Analysis on Single Leak and Double Leaks Subsea Pipeline Leakage
Ong Yong Wei, Siti Ujila Masuri
Page 95 - 107

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This paper describes the numerical investigation on single leak and double leaks subsea pipeline leakage using ANSYS FLUENT based on standard k-? model under steady-state condition. The simulation is done to investigate the effect of fluid velocity and emergence of second leak on the leak flow rate, pressure distribution and turbulence kinetic energy at near leak region and compare those flow parameters between single leak and double leaks subsea pipeline models. The simulations results show that the change of pipeline fluid velocity only has little impact on the flow behavior at leak region. The emergence of second leak does not cause much effect on the flow behavior at first leak. When both models are compared, the leak flow rate at first leak is always higher than that of the second leak. Pressure distribution disturbance due to leak is much more significant at second leak as compared to first leak while vice versa for turbulence kinetic energy along the subsea pipeline.

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Ong, and Siti Ujila, et al. "Computational Fluid Dynamics Analysis on Single Leak and Double Leaks Subsea Pipeline Leakage." CFD Letters 11.2 (2019): 95-107.
APA
Ong, Y. W., & Siti Ujila, M.(2019). Computational Fluid Dynamics Analysis on Single Leak and Double Leaks Subsea Pipeline Leakage. CFD Letters, 11(2), 95-107.
Chicago
Ong Yong Wei and Siti Ujila Masuri."Computational Fluid Dynamics Analysis on Single Leak and Double Leaks Subsea Pipeline Leakage." CFD Letters." 11, no. 2 (2019): 95-107.
Harvard
Ong, Y. W., and Siti Ujila, M.,2019. Computational Fluid Dynamics Analysis on Single Leak and Double Leaks Subsea Pipeline Leakage. CFD Letters 11(2), pp. 95-107.
Vancouver
Ong YW, Siti Ujila M. Computational Fluid Dynamics Analysis on Single Leak and Double Leaks Subsea Pipeline Leakage. CFD Letters. 2019;11(2): 95-107.

Volume 11, No. 3
Conjugate Natural Convection in a Partitioned Square Cavity Filled with Al2O3-Water Nanofluid Based on Experimental Correlations: a Lattice Boltzmann investigation
Mokhtar Ferhi, Ridha Djebali, Said Abboudi
Page 1 – 27
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In this paper a numerical investigation of conjugate natural convection inside a divided square cavity filled with Al2O3-water nanofluid is performed. The lattice Boltzmann method (LBM) is used to solve the governing equations. The nanofluid thermo-physical properties are selected based on literature experimental correlations. The grid independency was checked and the LBM code model was validated on two different cases for wide ranges of the present problem monitoring parameters. A good agreement is obtained by comparison with reported results in the literature. The study of the conjugate heat transfer and nanoliquid motion is, afterward, conducted for the ranges of nanoparticles volume fraction (%): 1 ? ?? 4, temperature (°C): 20 ? T? 40, particle size (nm): 15? dp?120 and Rayleigh number: 103 ?Ra ? 106. It will be shown firstly that, at room temperature, the viscosity and the thermal conductivity experimental correlations based models give results in strong deviation compared to theoretical ones. The effects of the aforementioned problem parameters on local and average heat transfer and velocity profiles are explored and discussed. Results show a heat transfer rise by increasing the temperature. However, for the Al2O3 nanoparticles size, the enhancement marked a maximum close to dp=33nm in a concave behavior. The heat transfer and the fluid motion are dumped by increasing the volume fraction ? (%) and the nanoparticles size (dp ?35nm) due to the reduced effective Ra* number.

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Mokhtar, Ferhi et al. "Conjugate Natural Convection in a Partitioned Square Cavity Filled with Al2O3-Water Nanofluid Based on Experimental Correlations: a Lattice Boltzmann investigation." CFD Letters 11.3 (2019): 1-27.
APA
Mokhtar, F., Ridha, D., & Said, A.(2019). Conjugate Natural Convection in a Partitioned Square Cavity Filled with Al2O3-Water Nanofluid Based on Experimental Correlations: a Lattice Boltzmann investigation. CFD Letters, 11(3), 1-27.
Chicago
Mokhtar Ferhi, Ridha Djebali, and Said Abboudi."Conjugate Natural Convection in a Partitioned Square Cavity Filled with Al2O3-Water Nanofluid Based on Experimental Correlations: a Lattice Boltzmann investigation." CFD Letters." 11, no. 3 (2019): 1-27.
Harvard
Mokhtar, F., Ridha, D., Said, A., 2019. Conjugate Natural Convection in a Partitioned Square Cavity Filled with Al2O3-Water Nanofluid Based on Experimental Correlations: a Lattice Boltzmann investigation. CFD Letters 11(3), pp. 1-27.
Vancouver
Mokhtar F, Ridha D, Said A. Conjugate Natural Convection in a Partitioned Square Cavity Filled with Al2O3-Water Nanofluid Based on Experimental Correlations: a Lattice Boltzmann investigation. CFD Letters. 2019;11(3): 1-27.

Apple Convective Drying - Part I: Finite Elements Parametric Study for Appraising the Operating Conditions Effects
Wiem Nasri, Ridha Djebali, Marjan Goodarzi, Mohamed Ammar Abbassi, Said Abboudi
Page 28 - 41

Abstract
Drying of biomaterials such as agro-food products includes mass, momentum and energy transport coupled with shrinkage of the porous material which have important impacts on the final quality and energy consumption. These materials present nonlinearity when going through deformations that affect the transport process in critical way. Therefore, it’s important to realize a finite element modeling and simulation of this phenomenon. In this paper apple convective drying process is investigated. The hydro-thermo-viscoelastic behavior of this phenomenon is modeled and simulated using COMSOL Multiphysics. The grid independency test is checked and the validation of the model is performed by comparing the present results with former predictions and measurements for temperature and water content time evolution under conditions: T = 50-70 °C, V = 1.5 m/s and HR = 20%. The present results show good agreement with reference predictions and measurements. The aim of the study is to analyze the influence of some of the most important operating factors, namely humidity, temperature and velocity of the drying air on the performance of drying process of an apple slice.

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Wiem, Nasri et al. "Apple Convective Drying - Part I: Finite Elements Parametric Study for Appraising the Operating Conditions Effects." CFD Letters 11.3 (2019): 28-41.
APA
Wiem, N., Ridha, D., Marjan, G., Mohamed Ammar, A., & Said, A.(2019). Apple Convective Drying - Part I: Finite Elements Parametric Study for Appraising the Operating Conditions Effects. CFD Letters, 11(3), 28-41.
Chicago
Wiem Nasri, Ridha Djebali, Marjan Goodarzi, Mohamed Ammar Abbassi, and Said Abboudi."Apple Convective Drying - Part I: Finite Elements Parametric Study for Appraising the Operating Conditions Effects." CFD Letters." 11, no. 3 (2019): 28-41.
Harvard
Wiem, N., Ridha, D., Marjan, G., Mohamed Ammar, A., Said, A., 2019. Apple Convective Drying - Part I: Finite Elements Parametric Study for Appraising the Operating Conditions Effects. CFD Letters 11(3), pp. 28-41.
Vancouver
Wiem N, Ridha D, Marjan G, Mohamed Ammar A, Said A. Apple Convective Drying - Part I: Finite Elements Parametric Study for Appraising the Operating Conditions Effects. CFD Letters. 2019;11(3): 28-41.

Apple Convective Drying - Part II: Scrutinization of Monitoring Parameters Levels via Taguchi Optimization Approach
Wiem Nasri, Ridha Djebali, Marjan Goodarzi, Mohamed Ammar Abbassi, Said Abboudi
Page 42 - 54

Abstract

Various parameters affecting the drying process of an apple were optimized by adopting the Taguchi experimental design technique (TEDT). Such a technique reduces the number of experiments while maintaining excellent accuracy and treating the measured values and their dispersion for the process parameters including the drying air temperature, the relative humidity, the velocity and the sample shape factor. The goal is to optimize the drying time as well as the internal mechanical stress as the average moisture content in the dried sample reaches value resultant in water activity of 90%. The optimized combination of conditions (parameters levels) were found to be in ranges: temperature [60, 70 °C], velocity [1.25, 2 m/s], relative humidity [5, 15%] and a sample shape ratio of 0.5 for an estimated average time 242.75 ??? and an estimated mechanical stress 5.46?7 ??? . A confirmation test by COMSOL using the optimized conditions gives excellent agreement with the estimated values emerging from the TEDT optimization and resulting in around four hours of drying time.


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Wiem, Nasri et al. "Apple Convective Drying - Part II: Scrutinization of Monitoring Parameters Levels via Taguchi Optimization Approach." CFD Letters 11.3 (2019): 42-54.
APA
Wiem, N., Ridha, D., Marjan, G., Mohamed Ammar, A., & Said, A.(2019). Apple Convective Drying - Part II: Scrutinization of Monitoring Parameters Levels via Taguchi Optimization Approach. CFD Letters, 11(3), 42-54.
Chicago
Wiem Nasri, Ridha Djebali, Marjan Goodarzi, Mohamed Ammar Abbassi, and Said Abboudi."Apple Convective Drying - Part II: Scrutinization of Monitoring Parameters Levels via Taguchi Optimization Approach." CFD Letters." 11, no. 3 (2019): 42-54.
Harvard
Wiem, N., Ridha, D., Marjan, G., Mohamed Ammar, A., Said, A., 2019. Apple Convective Drying - Part II: Scrutinization of Monitoring Parameters Levels via Taguchi Optimization Approach. CFD Letters 11(3), pp. 42-54.
Vancouver
Wiem N, Ridha D, Marjan G, Mohamed Ammar A, Said A. Apple Convective Drying - Part II: Scrutinization of Monitoring Parameters Levels via Taguchi Optimization Approach. CFD Letters. 2019;11(3): 42-54.

Transition Thresholds and Routes to Unsteadiness of Magneto-Convective Flows in Tall Cavities at Low-Prandtl Number Fluids
Ridha Djebali, Said Abboudi Mohamed Ammar Abbassi
Page 55 - 71

Abstract
The present study aims to investigate numerically the routes to unsteadiness behavior inside tall cavities at low Prandtl numbers (Pr=0.01- 0.1) under imposed horizontal magnetic field. The transition thresholds are marked under the variation of the cavity aspect ratio Ar=W/H (1/8, 1/4, 1/2), the Rayleigh number Ra (104-5×107) and the Hartmann number Ha (0-150). The Lattice Boltzmann (LBM) approach is used to solve the governing equations. Horizontal temperature gradient is responsible of the convective motion and heat transfer. The changes in the convective flow patterns and temperature contours due to the effects of varying the controlling parameters and associated heat transfer are examined. It has been concluded that the flow is strongly unstable and presents multi-cellular structure at Pr=0.01 typical of liquid metal compared to Pr=0.1 cases. The same effect is observed by decreasing the cavity aspect ratio Ar. The Magnetic field magnitude necessary to control and stabilize the flow is the weaker for Pr=0.1. Increasing gradually the Rayleigh number Ra, the flow undergoes transition to steady state with fewer cells than at low Ra. the transition occurs at a threshold value showing weak growth rate in the Hacr compared to Ra variation. Increasing the Prandtl number to 0.1, the core flow structure is distorted due to the Lorentz forces which outweigh the buoyancy forces and a thermal stratification is clearly established. For high Hartman numbers and Rayleigh numbers, the stretching effects suppress the unsteady behaviour and results in steady state with extended unicellular pattern in the direction of Lorentz force.

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Ridha, Djebali et al. "Transition Thresholds and Routes to Unsteadiness of Magneto-Convective Flows in Tall Cavities at Low-Prandtl Number Fluids." CFD Letters 11.3 (2019): 55-71.
APA
Ridha, D., Said, A., & Mohamed Ammar, A.(2019). Transition Thresholds and Routes to Unsteadiness of Magneto-Convective Flows in Tall Cavities at Low-Prandtl Number Fluids. CFD Letters, 11(3), 55-71.
Chicago
Ridha Djebali, Said Abboudi, and Mohamed Ammar Abbassi."Transition Thresholds and Routes to Unsteadiness of Magneto-Convective Flows in Tall Cavities at Low-Prandtl Number Fluids." CFD Letters." 11, no. 3 (2019): 55-71.
Harvard
Ridha, D., Said, A., Mohamed Ammar, A., 2019. Transition Thresholds and Routes to Unsteadiness of Magneto-Convective Flows in Tall Cavities at Low-Prandtl Number Fluids. CFD Letters 11(3), pp. 55-71.
Vancouver
Ridha D, Said A, Mohamed Ammar A. Transition Thresholds and Routes to Unsteadiness of Magneto-Convective Flows in Tall Cavities at Low-PrandtlNumber Fluids. CFD Letters. 2019;11(3): 55-71.

Design, Analysis and Fabrication of A Mini-Sailplane for Didactic Purposes In the Area of Development of UAV’s/MAV’s
Mohd Danish, Zainul Arfin, Azhar Jamil, Syed Mohd. Yahya
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This paper is dedicated towards the design and fabrication of a mini sailplane with the aim of maximizing the glide ratio CL/CD. And at the same time minimizing the weight of the plane. For this NACA 7037 airfoil was selected for subsonic domain corresponding to low Reynolds number varying within the range of 105 to 3×105 as per the recommendations from literature [1]. A cambered NACA 7037 was fabricated from the wooden material and was experimentally investigated with different range of velocities and angle of attack for coefficient of lift and drag using wind tunnel setup. The same was numerically investigated using the commercial Finite Element Analysis FEA code of ANSYS FLUENT®. The results compared very well with the experimental one, thereby validating the computational fluid dynamics CFD model. This CFD model was applied to mini sailplane which has cambered profile made up of Balsa wood. Initially, flow around the wing was investigated in order to determine the optimal design for wing by comparing lift, lift-to-drag ratio, stalling characteristics and pitching moment. Finally, the entire sailplane was analysed to get the overall aerodynamic characteristic of the assembly. Main-plane and tail-plane distance was optimized along with the areas of the control surfaces for maximizing L/D ratio and certain designing rules were established. Drag, lift coefficient and pitching moment have been discussed and the appropriate conclusion was drawn. The experiment and calculation showed a significant improvement in the sailplane performance after using an optimized wing configuration.

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MLA
Mohd Danish et al. "Design, Analysis and Fabrication of A Mini-Sailplane for Didactic Purposes In the Area of Development of UAV’s/MAV’s." CFD Letters 11.3 (2019): 72-83.
APA
Mohd Danish, Zainul, A., Azhar, J., & Syed Mohd. Yahya.(2019). Design, Analysis and Fabrication of A Mini-Sailplane for Didactic Purposes In the Area of Development of UAV’s/MAV’s. CFD Letters, 11(3), 72-83.
Chicago
Mohd Danish, Zainul Arfin, Azhar Jamil, and Syed Mohd. Yahya."Design, Analysis and Fabrication of A Mini-Sailplane for Didactic Purposes In the Area of Development of UAV’s/MAV’s." CFD Letters." 11, no. 3 (2019): 72-83.
Harvard
Mohd Danish, Zainul, A., Azhar, J., Syed Mohd. Yahya., 2019. Design, Analysis and Fabrication of A Mini-Sailplane for Didactic Purposes In the Area of Development of UAV’s/MAV’s. CFD Letters 11(3), pp. 72-83.
Vancouver
Mohd Danish, Zainul A, Azhar J, Syed Mohd. Yahya. Design, Analysis and Fabrication of A Mini-Sailplane for Didactic Purposes In the Area of Development of UAV’s/MAV’s. CFD Letters. 2019;11(3): 72-83.

Numerical Study of Heat Transfer Augmentation Using Pulse Jet Impinging on Pin Fin Heat Sink
Siddique Mohd Umair, Sher Afghan Khan, Abdulrahman Alrobaian, Emaad Ansari
Page 84 - 91

Abstract
Pulse jet impinging laterally on the pin fin surface have a dual effect (increment and decrement) on the heat transfer rate. The present work manifests the decrement observed in heat transfer rate because of pulse jet impinging on uniform and nonuniform dimensional pin fin heat sink compared with the steady jet. In order to justify and scale the degree of decrement in heat transfer rate, various non-dimensional correlations for both types of the heat sink has been involved. A newly defined dimensionless number is proposed in the present work, followed by a materialistic rationalization using thermal images and flow pattern. Interpretation of the characteristic length on the target side and its effect on heat transfer rate by amending the percentage of void spaces present on it (non-uniform dimensional heat sink) is the indispensable assignment of the present research.

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MLA
Siddique, Mohd Umair et al. "Numerical Study of Heat Transfer Augmentation Using Pulse Jet Impinging on Pin Fin Heat Sink." CFD Letters 11.3 (2019): 84-91.
APA
Siddique, M. U., Sher, A. K., Abdulrahman, A., & Emaad, A.(2019). Numerical Study of Heat Transfer Augmentation Using Pulse Jet Impinging on Pin Fin Heat Sink. CFD Letters, 11(3), 84-91.
Chicago
Siddique Mohd Umair, Sher Afghan Khan, Abdulrahman Alrobaian, and Emaad Ansari."Numerical Study of Heat Transfer Augmentation Using Pulse Jet Impinging on Pin Fin Heat Sink." CFD Letters." 11, no. 3 (2019): 84-91.
Harvard
Siddique, M.U., Sher, A.K., Abdulrahman, A., Emaad, A., 2019. Numerical Study of Heat Transfer Augmentation Using Pulse Jet Impinging on Pin Fin Heat Sink. CFD Letters 11(3), pp. 84-91.
Vancouver
Siddique MU, Sher AK, Abdulrahman A, Emaad A. Numerical Study of Heat Transfer Augmentation Using Pulse Jet Impinging on Pin Fin Heat Sink. CFD Letters. 2019;11(3): 84-91.

Experimental Validation of Pressure Distribution Prediction under Delta Wing Apex Vortex at High Reynolds Numbers
Iddir Boumrar, Ridha Djebali
Page 92 - 102

Abstract
This study presents an application of the Fluent CFD methodology to solve Navier-Stokes equations, for the forecast of flow implying evolution of principal vortices developed on suction face of a thin delta wing. A delta wing model with apex angle ?=80° is subjected to measurements in subsonic wind tunnel and defect pressure coefficient values reached under the apex vortex core are obtained via a row of pressure taps. Numerical simulations are carried out for the same experimental delta wing model at angle of attack i=15°, before the vortex bursting, and at Reynolds number based on the wing chord Re=1.0840×105. Numerical predictions of defect pressure coefficient –Cp are compared to experimental data. Good agreement is obtained between predictions and measurements. Pressure and velocity evolutions at different cross-sections of the longitudinal vortex were also considered allowed us to reveal clearly the apex vortex core. The numerical results analysis in several cross sections reveals a peak distinct under the principal apex vortex. At the studied delta wing suction face the defect pressure coefficient reaches maximal value close to 2.5 which agrees with that found in literature.

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MLA
Iddir, Boumrar et al. "Experimental Validation of Pressure Distribution Prediction under Delta Wing Apex Vortex at High Reynolds Numbers." CFD Letters 11.3 (2019): 92-102.
APA
Iddir, B., & Ridha, D.(2019). Experimental Validation of Pressure Distribution Prediction under Delta Wing Apex Vortex at High Reynolds Numbers. CFD Letters, 11(3), 92-102.
Chicago
Iddir Boumrar, and Ridha Djebali."Experimental Validation of Pressure Distribution Prediction under Delta Wing Apex Vortex at High Reynolds Numbers." CFD Letters." 11, no. 3 (2019): 92-102.
Harvard
Iddir, B., Ridha, D., 2019. Experimental Validation of Pressure Distribution Prediction under Delta Wing Apex Vortex at High Reynolds Numbers. CFD Letters 11(3), pp. 92-102.
Vancouver
Iddir B, Ridha D. Experimental Validation of Pressure Distribution Prediction under Delta Wing Apex Vortex at High Reynolds Numbers. CFD Letters. 2019;11(3): 92-102.

Numerical Investigation of Possibility of using Shape Memory Alloy in Louvered Fins Radiators
Khobib Abdelhafeiz Mohamed, Obai Younis, Ahmed Kadhim Hussein
Page 103 - 116

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The objective of the present work is to enhance the heat transfer rate in an automotive radiator by using the shape memory alloy as an active louvered fin. This study presents fruitful details of the numerical study which were obtained by solving the twodimensional Navier-Stokes equations by using ANSYS Fluent 14.0. A two-dimensional model was constructed and a standard k-epsilon model was used for the turbulence modelling. Nine heat exchangers differing in values of the fin pitch, louver angle and louver walls temperature were simulated by using a commercial CFD code ANSYS
FLUENT 14 to find the best angles of the louvered fins. The obtained results were validated against experimental data which was in a reasonable agreement taking into account the computational limitations. The results indicated that the optimum angle for louver fins is independent of louver walls temperature, while it depends on the fin pitch and Reynolds number. For fin pitch of 1.65 mm, the optimum angle is 40o and for fin pitch of 2.02 mm and 3.25 mm the optimum angle is 27o. Therefore, the application of the shape memory alloy is not required to enhance the heat transfer rate in an automotive radiator.


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MLA
Khobib Abdelhafeiz, Mohamed et al. "Numerical Investigation of Possibility of using Shape Memory Alloy in Louvered Fins Radiators." CFD Letters 11.3 (2019): 103-116.
APA
Khobib Abdelhafeiz, M., Obai, Y., & Ahmed Kadhim, H.(2019). Numerical Investigation of Possibility of using Shape Memory Alloy in Louvered Fins Radiators. CFD Letters, 11(3), 103-116.
Chicago
Khobib Abdelhafeiz Mohamed, Obai Younis, and Ahmed Kadhim Hussein."Numerical Investigation of Possibility of using Shape Memory Alloy in Louvered Fins Radiators." CFD Letters." 11, no. 3 (2019): 103-116.
Harvard
Khobib Abdelhafeiz, M., Obai, Y., Ahmed Kadhim, H., 2019. Numerical Investigation of Possibility of using Shape Memory Alloy in Louvered Fins Radiators. CFD Letters 11(3), pp. 103-116.
Vancouver
Khobib Abdelhafeiz M, Obai Y, Ahmed Kadhim H. Numerical Investigation of Possibility of using Shape Memory Alloy in Louvered Fins Radiators. CFD Letters. 2019;11(3): 103-116.

Research on Pentamaran by Model Test and Theoretical Approach based on Michell’s Integral
Wiwin Sulistyawati, Yanuar, Agus Sunjarianto Pamitran
Page 117 - 128

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The interaction between hulls, their position and shape and the length of the side hulls of a multihull affect the amount of wave resistance. This paper presents computation based on Michell’s theory on the various configurations of pentamaran and correlates with towing test data that involves interference flow around the component hulls. The pentamaran hull form was featuring a warped chine for the main hull recommended by Savitsky and V model for outriggers. Analysis of both transversal and divergent waves was performed to assess the magnitude of wave resistance that occurs due to the placement of the side hull to the main hull. Furthermore, investigations on far-field
wave pattern, wave interference, wave resistance as well as total resistance have been conducted. Changing of the side hull on clearance strongly affects the resistance characteristics than stagger. Configuring the pentamaran so that the main hull is placed at the centreline of each of the front-side hull approximately 15°-18°could be an effective manner to reduce resistance. In general, all of the resistance components results showed that Michell’s theory agree with the test, particularly at Fn greater than 0.5, in which possible viscous factors were still influential at low speed where the theoretical prediction could not be potentially valuable.

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MLA
Wiwin, Sulistyawati et al. "Research on Pentamaran by Model Test and Theoretical Approach based On Michell’s Integral." CFD Letters 11.3 (2019): 117-128.
APA
Wiwin, S., Yanuar, & Agus, S. P.(2019). Research on Pentamaran by Model Test and Theoretical Approach based on Michell’s Integral. CFD Letters, 11(3), 117-128.
Chicago
Wiwin Sulistyawati, Yanuar, and Agus Sunjarianto Pamitran."Research on Pentamaran by Model Test and Theoretical Approach based on Michell’s Integral." CFD Letters." 11, no. 3 (2019): 117-128.
Harvard
Wiwin, S., Yanuar, Agus, S.P., 2019. Research on Pentamaran by Model Test and Theoretical Approach based on Michell’s Integral. CFD Letters 11(3), pp. 117-128.
Vancouver
Wiwin S, Yanuar, Agus SP. Research on Pentamaran by Model Test and Theoretical Approach based on Michell’s Integral. CFD Letters. 2019;11(3): 117-128.

Experimental and Numerical Study of the Effect of Varying Sinusoidal Bumps Height at the Leading Edge of the NASA LS (1)-0413 Airfoil at Low Reynolds Number
Bashir Isyaku Kunya, Clement O. Folayan, Gyang Yakubu Pam, Fatai Olukayode Anafi,Nura Muaz Muhammad
Page 129 - 144

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This research work is about numerical simulation and experimental study of the effect of varying sinusoidal bumps (or tubercles) height at the leading edge of the airfoil on efficiency using NASA LS (1)-0413 cross-section profiles. Spalart Allmaras turbulence model was used for numerical solutions. The parameters investigated include, lift, and drag, the angle of attack and bumps height at very low Reynolds number of 4.9 x 104. The results show that bumps on the blade leading edge have an advantage at post-stall angles of attack on the performance and varies with bumps height.

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MLA
Bashir Isyaku, Kunya et al. "Experimental and Numerical Study of the Effect of Varying Sinusoidal Bumps Height at the Leading Edge of the NASA LS (1)-0413 Airfoil at Low Reynolds Number." CFD Letters 11.3 (2019): 129-144.
APA
Bashir Isyaku, K., Clement, O. F., Gyang, Y. P., Fatai, O. A., & Nura Muaz, M.(2019). Experimental and Numerical Study of the Effect of Varying Sinusoidal Bumps Height at the Leading Edge of the NASA LS (1)-0413 Airfoil at Low Reynolds Number. CFD Letters, 11(3), 129-144.
Chicago
Bashir Isyaku Kunya, Clement O. Folayan, Gyang Yakubu Pam, Fatai Olukayode Anafi, and Nura Muaz Muhammad."Experimental and Numerical Study of the Effect of Varying Sinusoidal Bumps Height at the Leading Edge of the NASA LS (1)-0413 Airfoil at Low Reynolds Number." CFD Letters." 11, no. 3 (2019): 129-144.
Harvard
Bashir Isyaku, K., Clement, O.F., Gyang, Y. P., Fatai, O.A., Nura Muaz, M., 2019. Experimental and Numerical Study of the Effect of Varying Sinusoidal Bumps Height at the Leading Edge of the NASA LS (1)-0413 Airfoil at Low Reynolds Number. CFD Letters 11(3), pp. 129-144.
Vancouver
Bashir Isyaku K, Clement OF, Gyang YP, Fatai OA, Nura Muaz M. Experimental and Numerical Study of the Effect of Varying Sinusoidal Bumps Height at the Leading Edge of the NASA LS (1)-0413 Airfoil at Low Reynolds Number. CFD Letters. 2019;11(3): 129-144.

Evaluation of Lift and Drag Force of Outward Dimple Cylinder Using Wind Tunnel
Muhammad Arif Dandan, Syahrullail Samion, Mohamad Nor Musa, Fazila M. Zawawi
Page 145 - 153

Abstract
Cylindrical structures are widely used especially in engineering field. The cylindrical structure produces large drag force due to pressure difference between upstream and downstream direction of the flow. The objective of this study is to fabricate cylindrical model that have 3 different surface characteristics which is smooth surface and outward dimple surface with covered half and full of cylinder surface. The second objective is to determine the drag and lift coefficient of a cylinder for all types of surface. Third objective is to visualize the flow separation of the cylinder for all surface. The experiment is tested in wind tunnel at various speed for lift and drag coefficient from 5.2 m/s to 30.5 m/s. For flow visualization test, the smoke test has been used at constant speed 3.5 m/s. The acting force on the cylinder that have been determined is coefficient of lift CL and coefficient of drag CD. The results are compared with the types of cylinder surface. The result gained showed that the smooth cylinder produce large drag coefficient compared to the dimple cylinder and this results are also agreed with the flow separation test which is the dimple cylinder are resulting in delayed flow separation point.

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MLA
Muhammad Arif, Dandan, et al. "Evaluation of Lift and Drag Force of Outward Dimple Cylinder Using Wind Tunnel." CFD Letters 11.3 (2019): 145-153.
APA
Muhammad Arif, D., Syahrullail, S., Mohamad Nor, M., & Fazila, M. Z.(2019). Evaluation of Lift and Drag Force of Outward Dimple Cylinder Using Wind Tunnel. CFD Letters, 11(3), 145-153.
Chicago
Muhammad Arif Dandan, Syahrullail Samion, Mohamad Nor Musa, and Fazila M. Zawawi."Evaluation of Lift and Drag Force of Outward Dimple Cylinder Using Wind Tunnel." CFD Letters." 11, no. 3 (2019): 145-153.
Harvard
Muhammad Arif, D., Syahrullail, S., Mohamad Nor, M., and Fazila, M.Z., 2019. Evaluation of Lift and Drag Force of Outward Dimple Cylinder Using Wind Tunnel. CFD Letters 11(3), pp. 145-153.
Vancouver
Muhammad Arif D, Syahrullail S, Mohamad Nor M, Fazila MZ. Evaluation of Lift and Drag Force of Outward Dimple Cylinder Using Wind Tunnel. CFD Letters. 2019;11(3): 145-153.

Volume 11, No. 4
Fluid–Structure Interaction Study of IC Stacking Chips Arrangement During Encapsulation Process
Mohammad Hafifi Hafiz Ishak, Farzad Ismail, Mohd Zulkifly Abdullah, Mohd Sharizal Abdul Aziz, Hamid Yusoff, Mat Tena’ain, Najib Saedi, Abdul Hamid
Page 1 – 15

Numerical Modelling of Synthetic-Jet-Assisted Mixing
Hong Mun Hoh, Cheng See Yuan, Lim Kim Chuan
Page 16 – 31

Investigation of Base Pressure Variations in Internal and External Suddenly Expanded Flows using CFD analysis
Khizar Ahmed Pathan, Prakash S Dabeer, Sher Afghan Khan
Page 32 – 40

Significances of Homogeneous-Heterogeneous Reactions on Casson Fluid over a Slippery Stretchable Rotating Disk with Variable Thickness
Hanumesh Vaidya, Kerehalli Vinayaka Prasad, Srikantha Setty B
Page 41 – 63

Hybrid Photovoltaic Thermal PVT Solar Systems Simulation via Simulink/Matlab
Amira Lateef Abdullah, Suhaimi Misha, Noreffendy Tamaldin, Mohd Afzanizam Mohd Rosli, Fadhil Abdulameer Sachit
Page 64 – 78

Thermal Performance Analysis of Nanoparticles Enhanced Phase Change Material (NEPCM) in Cold Thermal Energy Storage (CTES)
Tung Hao Kean, Nor Azwadi Che Sidik
Page 79 – 91

Computational Analysis on the Effect of Size Cylinder for the Irreversible Process in a Piston-Cylinder System using ICED-ALE Method
Siti Nurul Akmal Yusof, Yutaka Asako, Tan Lit Ken, Nor Azwadi Che Sidik
Page 92 – 104

Effect of Nanofluids on Heat Transfer and Pressure Drop Characteristics of Diverging-Converging Minichannel heat sink
Nura Mu’az Muhammad, Nor Azwadi Che Sidik, Aminuddin Saat, Bala Abdullahi
Page 105 – 120

Volume 11, No. 6
The Effect of Vortex Generators on Aerodynamics for Sedan Cars
Bassem Nashaat Zakher, Mostafa El-Hadary, Andrew Nabil
Page 1 – 17

Optimizing Dry Ice Blasting Nozzle Divergent Length using CFD for Noise Reduction
Mohamad Nur Hidayat Mat, Nor Zelawati Asmuin, Nor Halim Hasan, Hanis Zakaria, Muhammad Faqhrurrazi Abd Rahman, Riyadhthusollehan Khairulfuaad, Balasem Abdulameer Jabbar
Page 18 – 26

Effects of Row Trench Holes Geometries on an Endwall Cooling
Nor Azwadi Che Sidik, Ehsan Kianpour
Page 27 – 38

CFD Investigation of the Flow Characteristics of an Automotive Catalyst Monolith
Mastura Mutafa, Ahmad Kamal Mat Yamin, Noreffendy Tamaldin
Page 39 – 46

Computational Fluid Dynamics Investigation of Air-Gas Pre Mixing Controller Mixer Designed for CNG-Diesel Dual-Fuel Engines
Hassan Sadah Muhssen, Siti Ujila Masuri, Barkawi Sahari, Abdul Aziz Hairuddin
Page 47 – 62

On Numerical Investigation of Semi-Empirical Relation Representing Development Length for a Fluid Flow in a Closed Conduit
Siddique Mohd Umair, Emaad Ansari, Sher Afghan Khan, Abdulrahman Alrobaian
Page 63 – 71

Effects of Flame Structure and Flame Strain on the Growth Region of Carbon Nanotubes in Counter-Flow Diffusion Flame
Eik Woei Heng, Muhammad Thalhah Zainal, Mohd Fairus Mohd Yasin, Norikhwan Hamzah
Page 72 – 85

Comparison Between 6-DOF UDF and Moving Mesh Approaches in CFD Methods for Predicting Cross-Flow Pico-Hydro Turbine Performance
Aji Putro Prakoso, Warjito, Ahmad Indra Siswantara, Budiarso, Dendy Adanta
Page 86 – 96

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