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R Saravana
R Saravana
Associate Professor of Mathematics
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Combined influence of velocity slip, temperature and concentration jump conditions on MHD peristaltic transport of a Carreau fluid in a non-uniform channel
K Vajravelu, S Sreenadh, R Saravana
Applied Mathematics and Computation 225, 656-676, 2013
652013
Modeling and forecasting rainfall patterns of southwest monsoons in North–East India as a SARIMA process
KVN Murthy, R Saravana, KV Kumar
Meteorology and Atmospheric Physics 130 (1), 99-106, 2018
402018
Peristaltic transport of a Jeffrey fluid in contact with a Newtonian fluid in an inclined channel
A Kavitha, RH Reddy, R Saravana, S Sreenadh
Ain Shams Engineering Journal 8 (4), 683-687, 2017
342017
Mass transfer effects on MHD viscous flow past an impulsively started infinite vertical plate with constant mass flux
R Saravana, S Sreekanth, S Sreenadh, RH Reddy
Advances in Applied Science Research 2 (1), 221-229, 2011
342011
Influence of velocity slip and temperature jump conditions on the peristaltic flow of a Jeffrey fluid in contact with a Newtonian fluid
K Vajravelu, S Sreenadh, R Saravana
Applied Mathematics and Nonlinear Sciences 2 (2), 429-442, 2017
332017
Peristaltic pumping of a jeffrey fluid between porous walls with suction and injection
A Kavitha, RH Reddy, ANS Srinivas, S Sreenadh, R Saravana
International Journal of Mechanical and Materials Engineering (IJMME) 7 (2 …, 2012
25*2012
Peristaltic flow of a micropolar fluid in a vertical channel with longwave length approximation
A Kavitha, RH Reddy, S Sreenadh, R Saravana, ANS Srinivas
Adv. Appl. Sci. Res 2 (1), 269-279, 2011
25*2011
Effect of induced magnetic field on peristaltic transport of a Carreau fluid in an inclined channel filled with porous material
RH Reddy, A Kavitha, S Sreenadh, R Saravana
Int J Mech Mater Eng 6, 240-249, 2011
192011
Influence of slip conditions, wall properties and heat transfer on MHD peristaltic transport of a Jeffrey fluid in a nonuniform porous channel
R Saravana, S Sreenadh, S Venkataramana, RH Reddy, A Kavitha
Int J Innov Technol Creat Eng 1 (11), 10-24, 2011
182011
Effect of aligned magnetic field on Casson fluid flow over a stretched surface of non-uniform thickness
R Saravana, M Sailaja, RH Reddy
Nonlinear Engineering 8 (1), 283-292, 2019
162019
Influence of compliant walls and heat transfer on the peristaltic transport of a Rabinowitsch fluid in an inclined channel
R Saravana, K Vajravelu, S Sreenadh
Zeitschrift für Naturforschung A 73 (9), 833-843, 2018
162018
Critical comparison of north east monsoon rainfall for different regions through analysis of means technique
KVN Murthy, R Saravana, P Rajendra
Mausam 69 (3), 411-418, 2018
142018
Unobserved component modeling for seasonal rainfall patterns in Rayalaseema region, India 1951–2015
KVN Murthy, R Saravana, P Rajendra
Meteorology and Atmospheric Physics 131 (5), 1387-1399, 2019
122019
Peristaltic Pumping Of A Bingham Fluid In Contact With A Newtonian Fluid In An Inclined Channel Under Long Wavelength Approximation
PH Prabakaran, RH Reddy, S Sreenadh, R Saravana, A Kavitha
Advances and Applications in Fluid Mechanics 13 (2), 127, 2013
112013
Peristaltic transport of a fourth grade fluid between porous walls with suction and injection
PH Prabakaran, A Kavitha, R Saravana, RH Reddy, S Sreenadh, ...
Int. J. Pure Appl. Math 86, 293-300, 2013
102013
Peristaltic flow of a Williamson fluid in an asymmetric channel through porous medium
A Kavitha, R Hemadri Reddy, S Sreenadh, R Saravana
International Journal of Innovative Technology & Creative Engineering 1 (1 …, 2011
102011
Stochastic modelling of the monthly average maximum and minimum temperature patterns in India 1981–2015
KVN Murthy, R Saravana, KV Kumar
Meteorology and Atmospheric Physics 131 (4), 775-787, 2019
92019
MHD peristaltic flow of a hyperbolic tangent fluid in a non-uniform channel with heat and mass transfer
R Saravana, RH Reddy, JS Goud, S Sreenadh
IOP Conference Series: Materials Science and Engineering 263 (6), 062006, 2017
92017
Hydromagnetic natural convection flow of an incompressible viscoelastic fluid between two infinite vertical moving and oscillating parallel plates
S Sreekanth, S Venkataramana, GS Rao, R Saravana
Advances in Applied Science Research 2 (5), 185-196, 2011
62011
Unobservable components modelling of monthly average maximum and minimum temperature patterns in India 1981–2015
NM Kaipa Viswanath, S Ramachandran
Pure and Applied Geophysics 176 (1), 463-482, 2019
52019
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