Publications

 

International Journals

Research Area: Bluff body flows
  1. S. Dhinakaran (2011). Heat transport from a bluff body near a moving wall at Re =100International Journal of Heat and Mass Transfer (Elsevier), 54, 5444-5458. VIEW PDF   
  2. S. Bhattacharyya and S. Dhinakaran (2008). Vortex shedding in shear flow past tandem square cylinders in the vicinity of a plane wallJournal of Fluids and Structures (Elsevier), 24, 400 - 417. VIEW PDF   
  3. S. Bhattacharyya, D.K. Maiti and S. Dhinakaran (2006). Influence of buoyancy on vortex shedding and heat transfer from a square cylinder in proximity to a wall. Numerical Heat Transfer, Part A (Taylor & Francis). 50, 585 - 606.  VIEW PDF   
 

Research Area: Heat and Mass Transfer in Porous Media

  1. K. Anirudh, and S. Dhinakaran (2020).  Numerical study on performance improvement of a flat-plate solar collector filled with porous foam. Renewable Energy (Elsevier), 147, 1-14. (Link)
  2. K. Anirudh, and S. Dhinakaran (2020).  Performance improvement of a flat-plate solar collector by inserting intermittent porous blocks. Renewable Energy (Elsevier), 145, 428-441. (Link)

  3. K. Anirudh, and S. Dhinakaran (2018).  Effects of Prandtl number on the forced convection heat transfer from a porous square cylinder. International Journal of Heat and Mass Transfer (Elsevier), 126, 1358-1375. LINK

  4. K. Anirudh, and S. Dhinakaran (2018).  On the vortex shedding and unsteady flow past a two-dimensional porous square cylinderJournal of Wind Engineering and Industrial Aerodynamics (Elsevier), 179, 200-214.
  5. T.R. Vijaybabu, K. Anirudh, and S. Dhinakaran (2018). LBM simulations of unsteady flow and heat transfer from a diamond-shaped porous cylinderInternational Journal of Heat and Mass Transfer (Elsevier), 130, 267 -283.
  6. T.R. Vijaybabu, K. Anirudh, and S. Dhinakaran (2018). Lattice Boltzmann simulations of flow and heat transfer from a permeable triangular cylinder under the influence of aiding buoyancyInternational Journal of Heat and Mass Transfer (Elsevier), 117, 899 - 917. 

  7. T.R. Vijaybabu, K. Anirudh and S. Dhinakaran (2017). Mixed convective heat transfer from a permeable square cylinder: A lattice Boltzmann analysis. International Journal of Heat and Mass Transfer (Elsevier), 115, 854 - 870. VIEW PDF
  8. S. Dhinakaran and J. Ponmozhi (2011). Heat transfer from a permeable square cylinder to a flowing fluid. Energy Conversion and Management (Elsevier), 52(5), 2170-2182.    VIEW PDF  
  9. S. Bhattacharyya and S. Dhinakaran (2006). Fluid motion around and through a porous cylinderChemical Engineering Science (Elsevier), 61, 4451-4461.    VIEW PDF
     


Research Area: Nanofluids
  1. T.R. Vijaybabu and S. Dhinakaran (2019). MHD natural convection around a permeable triangular cylinder inside a square enclosure filled with Al2O3 − H2O nanofluid: An LBM study, International Journal of Mechanical Sciences (Elsevier), 153-154, 500-516.
  2. R.D.S. Kumar and S. Dhinakaran (2017). Heat transfer and particle migration in nanofluid flow around a circular bluff body using a two-way coupled Eulerian-Lagrangian approach. International Journal of Heat and Mass Transfer (Elsevier), 115, 282 - 293  VIEW PDF
  3. R.D.S. Kumar and S. Dhinakaran (2017). Effective viscosity of nanofluids — A modified Krieger–Dougherty model based on particle size distribution (PSD) analysisJournal of Molecular Liquids (Elsevier),  225, 20 - 27. VIEW PDF
  4. R.D.S. Kumar and S. Dhinakaran (2017). Forced convective heat transfer of nanofluids around a circular bluff body with the effects of slip velocity using a multiphase mixture modelInternational Journal of Heat and Mass Transfer (Elsevier), 106, 816-828. VIEW PDF
  5. R.D.S. Kumar and S. Dhinakaran (2016). Nanofluid flow and heat transfer around a circular cylinder: A study on effects of uncertainties in effective properties. Journal of Molecular Liquids (Elsevier), 223, 572 - 588. VIEW PDF
  6. R.D.S. Kumar and S. Dhinakaran (2016). A multilevel homogenization model for the thermal conductivity of nanofluids based on Particle Size Distribution (PSD) analysisPowder Technology (Elsevier), 301, 310 - 317. VIEW PDF

Research Area: Non-Newtonian Fluid mechanics
  1. S. Dhinakaran, M.S.N. Oliveira, F.T. Pinho and M.A. Alves (2013). Steady flow of power-law fluids in a 1:3 sudden expansionJournal of Non-Newtonian Fluid Mechanics (Elsevier), 198, 48-58.   

  2. S. Dhinakaran, A.M. Afonso, M.A. Alves and F.T. Pinho (2010). Steady flow of viscoelastic fluids between parallel plates under electro-osmotic forces: Phan-Thien-Tanner modelJournal of Colloid and Interface Science (Elsevier), 344, 513 - 520.