Islamic University of Najaf
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Mechanics, Heat transfer, Nanofluid, Rayleigh number and Nusselt number. Ammar I. Alsabery studies Darcy number, a branch of Mechanics. Particularly relevant to Natural convection is his body of work in Heat transfer.
His work often combines Nanofluid and Heat generation studies. His Rayleigh number research incorporates themes from Convective heat transfer and Isothermal process. Within one scientific family, he focuses on topics pertaining to Combined forced and natural convection under Nusselt number, and may sometimes address concerns connected to Reynolds number, Richardson number, Elastic modulus and Dimensionless quantity.
Ammar I. Alsabery mainly focuses on Mechanics, Nanofluid, Heat transfer, Natural convection and Nusselt number. Rayleigh number, Combined forced and natural convection, Reynolds number, Streamlines, streaklines, and pathlines and Convection are the primary areas of interest in his Mechanics study. His work carried out in the field of Nanofluid brings together such families of science as Volume fraction, Hartmann number and Square cavity.
As a part of the same scientific study, Ammar I. Alsabery usually deals with the Heat transfer, concentrating on Finite element method and frequently concerns with Boundary value problem. His work on Darcy number as part of general Natural convection research is frequently linked to Boussinesq approximation, bridging the gap between disciplines. His Nusselt number research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Thermal conduction, Geometry, Waviness and Fluid–structure interaction.
Ammar I. Alsabery spends much of his time researching Mechanics, Nanofluid, Heat transfer, Combined forced and natural convection and Nusselt number. His study in Reynolds number, Natural convection, Richardson number, Convection and Streamlines, streaklines, and pathlines are all subfields of Mechanics. His work in the fields of Natural convection, such as Darcy number, overlaps with other areas such as Amplitude.
His Nanofluid research includes elements of Volume fraction, Work and Dimensionless quantity. The Convective heat transfer research Ammar I. Alsabery does as part of his general Heat transfer study is frequently linked to other disciplines of science, such as Phase, therefore creating a link between diverse domains of science. His Nusselt number course of study focuses on Waviness and Laminar flow and Forced convection.
Ammar I. Alsabery focuses on Mechanics, Nanofluid, Combined forced and natural convection, Heat transfer and Nusselt number. His Reynolds number, Natural convection, Streamlines, streaklines, and pathlines, Annulus and Richardson number investigations are all subjects of Mechanics research. His studies in Natural convection integrate themes in fields like Grashof number, Second law of thermodynamics and Convective heat transfer.
His research in Richardson number intersects with topics in Hartmann number and Thermophoresis. His specific area of interest is Nusselt number, where Ammar I. Alsabery studies Bejan number. His Bejan number study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Fluid dynamics, Rayleigh number, Galerkin method and Dimensionless quantity.
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Modification for helical turbulator to augment heat transfer behavior of nanomaterial via numerical approach
M. Sheikholeslami;M. Jafaryar;Zafar Said;Ammar I. Alsabery;Ammar I. Alsabery.
Applied Thermal Engineering (2021)
Effect of local thermal non-equilibrium model on natural convection in a nanofluid-filled wavy-walled porous cavity containing inner solid cylinder
Ammar I. Alsabery;Ammar I. Alsabery;Rasul Mohebbi;Ali J. Chamkha;Ali J. Chamkha;Ishak Hashim.
Chemical Engineering Science (2019)
Mixed convection of Al2O3-water nanofluid in a double lid-driven square cavity with a solid inner insert using Buongiorno’s two-phase model
Ammar I. Alsabery;Muneer A. Ismael;Ali J. Chamkha;Ishak Hashim.
International Journal of Heat and Mass Transfer (2018)
Heatline visualization of conjugate natural convection in a square cavity filled with nanofluid with sinusoidal temperature variations on both horizontal walls
A. I. Alsabery;A. J. Chamkha;H. Saleh;Ishak Hashim;Ishak Hashim.
International Journal of Heat and Mass Transfer (2016)
Numerical investigation of natural convection of Al2O3-water nanofluid in a wavy cavity with conductive inner block using Buongiorno's two-phase model
Ishak Hashim;A. I. Alsabery;A. I. Alsabery;M. A. Sheremet;A. J. Chamkha;A. J. Chamkha.
Advanced Powder Technology (2019)
Effect of rotating solid cylinder on entropy generation and convective heat transfer in a wavy porous cavity heated from below
Ammar I. Alsabery;Ammar I. Alsabery;Tahar Tayebi;Ali J. Chamkha;Ali J. Chamkha;Ishak Hashim.
International Communications in Heat and Mass Transfer (2018)
Heatline visualization of natural convection in a trapezoidal cavity partly filled with nanofluid porous layer and partly with non-Newtonian fluid layer
A. I. Alsabery;A. J. Chamkha;S. H. Hussain;H. Saleh.
Advanced Powder Technology (2015)
Impact of nonhomogeneous nanofluid model on transient mixed convection in a double lid-driven wavy cavity involving solid circular cylinder
A. I. Alsabery;A. I. Alsabery;M. A. Sheremet;A. J. Chamkha;A. J. Chamkha;Ishak Hashim.
International Journal of Mechanical Sciences (2019)
Effects of finite wall thickness and sinusoidal heating on convection in nanofluid-saturated local thermal non-equilibrium porous cavity
A. I. Alsabery;A. J. Chamkha;H. Saleh;Ishak Hashim.
Physica A-statistical Mechanics and Its Applications (2017)
Natural Convection Flow of a Nanofluid in an Inclined Square Enclosure Partially Filled with a Porous Medium.
A. I. Alsabery;A. J. Chamkha;H. Saleh;Ishak Hashim.
Scientific Reports (2017)
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