Ramakrishnan Thirumalaisamy
Ramakrishnan Thirumalaisamy
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A new Green–Gauss reconstruction on unstructured meshes. Part I: Gradient reconstruction
M Deka, S Brahmachary, R Thirumalaisamy, A Dalal, G Natarajan
Journal of Computational Physics 422, 108325, 2020
The inertial sea wave energy converter (ISWEC) technology: device-physics, multiphase modeling and simulations
K Khedkar, N Nangia, R Thirumalaisamy, APS Bhalla
Ocean Engineering 229, 108879, 2021
Critique on" Volume penalization for inhomogeneous Neumann boundary conditions modeling scalar flux in complicated geometry"
R Thirumalaisamy, N Nangia, APS Bhalla
arXiv preprint arXiv:2101.12458, 2021
Handling Neumann and Robin boundary conditions in a fictitious domain volume penalization framework
R Thirumalaisamy, NA Patankar, APS Bhalla
arXiv preprint arXiv:2101.02806, 2021
Investigations of turbulence-radiation interaction in non-Oberbeck-Boussinesq buoyancy-driven flows
M Parmananda, R Thirumalaisamy, A Dalal, G Natarajan
International Journal of Thermal Sciences 134, 298-316, 2018
Towards an improved conservative approach for simulating electrohydrodynamic two-phase flows using volume-of-fluid
R Thirumalaisamy, G Natarajan, A Dalal
Journal of Computational Physics 367, 391-398, 2018
Comment on “Modifications to the gradient schemes on unstructured cell centered grids for the accurate determination of gradients near conductivity changes”[Phys. Fluids 31 …
R Thirumalaisamy, A Dalal, G Natarajan
Physics of Fluids 31 (12), 129101, 2019
A robust approach for numerical modeling of non-isothermal multiphase flows
R Thirumalaisamy, AP Bhalla
Bulletin of the American Physical Society, 2021
Handling Flux Boundary Conditions in an Immersed Boundary Method
R Thirumalaisamy, N Nangia, A Bhalla
APS Division of Fluid Dynamics Meeting Abstracts, F12. 011, 2020
An Efficient Immersed Boundary Method and Multiphase Flow Framework for Simulating Wave Energy Converter Devices
K Khedkar, N Nangia, R Thirumalaisamy, A Bhalla
APS Division of Fluid Dynamics Meeting Abstracts, F12. 001, 2020
Development of a low Mach number solver to study combined turbulent convective-radiative heat transfer
R Thirumalaisamy, M Parmananda, A Dalal, G Natarajan
ASCHT, IIT Madras, 2017
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