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Articles by M. Mushtaq
Total Records ( 3 ) for M. Mushtaq
  Waris Ali , M. Mushtaq , G. Muhammad , A. Khan , S. Arif , Y.N. Anjam and Saima Nazir
  In this paper, the direct boundary element method is being used to give solution for surface as well as ground water bodies which are major nutrition fluids. To calculate the pressure distribution over the boundary of a symmetric aerofoil for which the analytical solution is available to check the accuracy of the method, the computed flow pressure are compared with the analytical solution for the flow over the boundary of a symmetric aerofoil.
  M. Mushtaq , N.A. Shah , G. Muhammad , A. Khan , S. Arif and Y.N. Anjam
  In this paper, an indirect boundary element method is used to give solution for surface as well as ground water bodies which are major nutrition fluids. The inviscid compressible flow (i.e., velocity distribution) over the surface of the joukowski aerofoil has been calculated with linear element approach using doublet distribution alone whereas in our previous research papers, we applied constant boundary element approach for this purpose. To check the accuracy of the method, the computed flow velocity is compared with the exact velocity. The comparison of these results has been given in the tables and graphs. It is found that the computed results are in good agreement with the analytical results.
  M. Mushtaq , N.A. Shah , G. Muhammad , S.A. Khan , S. Ari and Y.N. Anjam
  In this study, the Direct Boundary Element Method (DBEM) is being applied to present solution for surface and ground water bodies which are important nutrition fluids. To calculate a steady, irrotational, inviscid compressible flow past a Joukowski aerofoil using Direct Boundary Element Method with linear element approach. The results obtained using this method has been compared with the analytical solutions for the body under consideration.
 
 
 
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