Rushi Kumar B
Rushi Kumar B
Department of Mathematics,School of Advanced Sciences,VIT,Vellore
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Unsteady MHD radiative flow and heat transfer of a dusty nanofluid over an exponentially stretching surface
N Sandeep, C Sulochana, BR Kumar
Engineering Science and Technology, an International Journal, 2015
Anti-nutritional factors in forage legumes.
R Kumar, JPF D'mello
Tropical legumes in animal nutrition., 95-133, 1995
Novel pleiotropic risk loci for melanoma and nevus density implicate multiple biological pathways
DL Duffy, G Zhu, X Li, M Sanna, MM Iles, LC Jacobs, DM Evans, S Yazar, ...
Nature communications 9 (1), 4774, 2018
Unsteady MHD dusty viscoelastic fluid Couette flow in an irregular channel with varying mass diffusion
R Sivaraj, BR Kumar
International journal of heat and mass transfer 55 (11-12), 3076-3089, 2012
A comparative study of convective heat and mass transfer in non-Newtonian nanofluid flow past a permeable stretching sheet
N Sandeep, BR Kumar, MSJ Kumar
Journal of Molecular Liquids 212, 585-591, 2015
Heat and mass transfer in MHD viscoelastic fluid flow over a vertical cone and flat plate with variable viscosity
BR Kumar, R Sivaraj
International Journal of Heat and Mass Transfer 56 (1-2), 370-379, 2013
Conduction‐band discontinuity in InGaP/GaAs measured using both current‐voltage and photoemission methods
TW Lee, PA Houston, R Kumar, XF Yang, G Hill, M Hopkinson, ...
Applied physics letters 60 (4), 474-476, 1992
Viscoelastic fluid flow over a moving vertical cone and flat plate with variable electric conductivity
R Sivaraj, BR Kumar
International Journal of Heat and Mass Transfer 61, 119-128, 2013
Chemically reacting dusty viscoelastic fluid flow in an irregular channel with convective boundary
R Sivaraj, BR Kumar
Ain shams engineering journal 4 (1), 93-101, 2013
MHD viscoelastic fluid non-Darcy flow over a vertical cone and a flat plate
BR Kumar, R Sivaraj
International Communications in Heat and Mass Transfer 40, 1-6, 2013
The transport of digoxin across the perfused human placental lobule.
LO Derewlany, JS Leeder, R Kumar, IC Radde, B Knie, G Koren
Journal of Pharmacology and Experimental Therapeutics 256 (3), 1107-1111, 1991
Unsteady MHD flow of an UCM fluid over a stretching surface with higher order chemical reaction
S Palani, BR Kumar, PK Kameswaran
Ain Shams Engineering Journal 7 (1), 399-408, 2016
A comparative study of chemically reacting 2D flow of Casson and Maxwell fluids
MS Kumar, N Sandeep, BR Kumar, S Saleem
Alexandria Engineering Journal 57 (3), 2027-2034, 2018
Time-dependent hydromagnetic free convection nanofluid flows within a wavy trapezoidal enclosure
VM Job, SR Gunakala, BR Kumar, R Sivaraj
Applied Thermal Engineering 115, 363-377, 2017
Radiation and Dufour effects on unsteady MHD mixed convective flow in an accelerated vertical wavy plate with varying temperature and mass diffusion
J Prakash, BR Kumar, R Sivaraj
Walailak Journal of Science and Technology (WJST) 11 (11), 939-954, 2014
Laparoscopic Swenson procedure—an optimal approach for both primary and secondary pull-through for Hirschsprung’s disease
R Kumar, A Mackay, P Borzi
Journal of pediatric surgery 38 (10), 1440-1443, 2003
Surgical management of right atrial myxomas: a 15 year experience with review of the literature
A Selvaraj, R Kumar, E Ravikumar
Journal of Cardiovascular Surgery 40 (1), 101, 1999
MHD flow of a Carreau fluid past a stretching cylinder with Cattaneo-Christov heat flux using spectral relaxation method
K Gangadhar, KV Ramana, OD Makinde, BR Kumar
Defect and Diffusion Forum 387, 91-105, 2018
Aligned magnetic field and cross-diffusion effects of a nanofluid over an exponentially stretching surface in porous medium
C Sulochana, N Sandeep, V Sugunamma, BR Kumar
Applied Nanoscience, 1-10, 2015
Thermal diffusion and radiation effects on unsteady free convection flow in the presence of magnetic field fixed relative to the fluid or to the plate
BR Kumar, TS Kumar, AG Kumar
Frontiers in Heat and Mass Transfer (FHMT) 6 (1), 2015
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