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Articles by T.C. Panda
Total Records ( 4 ) for T.C. Panda
  S.B. Dash , H. Saini , T.C. Panda and A. Mishra
  Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS) is an innovative and one of the significantly achieved developments in the cloud computing environment. Providing security to the cloud virtual machines and users’ data are the greatest challenge of information system. So, understanding the risks of the security and privacy in the cloud and developing efficient and effective solutions for it is really a difficult task. This manuscript describes about the mathematical ontology and a new model based on the Lakota-Volterra equation known as Predator-Prey Model which predicts the trustworthiness of the IaaS virtual platform. The proposed research would minimize the threats to the virtual machines in the cloud environment irrespective of the user’s applications and security policy. It will basically ensure the degree of the security of virtual machines in a cloud environment which helps the cloud service providers to take the quick decisions and about the up gradation of the counter attack measurements.
  Bimal Kumar Mishra , Priyabrata Pradhan and T.C. Panda
  Large number of applications is associated with heat transfer in muscle and skin tissues and thermal therapy applications. Blood flow plays an important role in determining the effectiveness of thermal therapy. In general, the effect of blood flow on temperature distribution in tissue is considered as cooling due to both thermally significant large vessels and smaller microvasculature during thermal treatments. Transportation of particles (tissue cells) and interconnected voids that contain either arterial or venous blood through porous media has significant applications of biomedical systems such as biological tissues which include flow, heat and mass transfer through porous media. By applying the porous medium model to describe the heat transfer and effect of shear stress in living tissue, an analytical solution is obtained. It is observed that as the porous parameter is increased, the wall shear stress and heat transfer rate also increases. It has been also investigated that as the heat transfer rate is increased, the wall shear stress also increases.
  Bimal Kumar Mishra , Priyabrata Pradhan and T.C. Panda
  The present study deals with a mathematical model describing the resistance to flow across mild stenosis situated symmetrically on steady blood flow through arteries with uniform or non-uniform cross-section. This mathematical model involves the usual assumption that the blood is Non-Newtonian, incompressible and homogeneous fluid.
  Bimal Kumar Mishra , Priyabrata Pradhan and T.C. Panda
  An attempt has been made to investigate the wall shear stress, resistance parameter and flow rate across mild stenosis situated symmetrically on steady blood flow through blood vessels with uniform or non-uniform cross-section by assuming the blood to be Non-Newtonian, incompressible and homogeneous fluid. An analytic solution for Power law fluid, Bingham Plastic fluid, Casson fluid has been obtained.
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