*Mubashir Ali *


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paper Fluid-Structure Interactions: A Brief Review of Existing Strategies, M. Ya-Alimadad, R. Prosser, K. Davey, ERCOFTAC bulletin, Vol. 86, pp. 17-20, (2011)
paper Application of Recently Developed Elliptic Blending Based Models to Separated Flows, Flavien Billard, Alistair Revell and Tim Craft, Submitted to International Journal of Heat and Fluid Flow, (2011)
paper Prediction of Flow and Heat Transfer Through Stationary and Rotating Ribbed Ducts Using A Non-linear k-ε Model. , .M. Raisee, H. Naeimi, M. Alizadeh and H. Iacovides, Flow, Turbulence and Combustion, Vol. 82, pp. 121-153, (2009)
paper THE COMPUTATION OF BUOYANT FLOWS IN DIFFERENTIALLY HEATED VERTICAL AND INCLINED CAVITIES, Tim J Craft, Hector Iacovides, Ali Omranian, The Sixth International Symposium on Turbulence and Shear Flow Phenomena June 22-24, 2009 Seoul National University, Seoul, Korea, (2009)

Theses, Dissertations and Technical Reports: Theses, Dissertations and Technical Reports:

book The computation of turbulent natural convection flows, Ali Omranian, PhD Thesis, The University of Manchester, (2011)
book The Computation of Turbulent Natural Convection Flows, Ali Omranian, 1st Year PhD Report, The University of Manchester, (2009)
book The Computation of Turbulent, Buoyancy-Driven flows in Cavities, Ali Omranian, MPhil Thesis, The University of Manchester, (2007)

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