Dr. Muhammad Sabeel Khan
Dr. Muhammad Sabeel Khan
Associate Professor, Department of Mathematics, Capital University of Science and Technology
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Heat transfer enhancement of automobile radiator using H2O–CuO nanofluid
MS Khan
Aip Advances 7 (4), 2017
Investigation of MHD effects and heat transfer for the upper-convected Maxwell (UCM-M) micropolar fluid with Joule heating and thermal radiation using a hyperbolic heat flux …
SM Khan, M Hammad, S Batool, H Kaneez
The European Physical Journal Plus 132, 1-12, 2017
Recent advances in the structure and biomedical applications of nanodiamonds and their future perspectives
F Pan, M Khan, AH Ragab, E Javed, HA Alsalmah, I Khan, T Lei, ...
Materials & Design, 112179, 2023
Modeling of Microstructures in a Cosserat Continuum Using Relaxed Energies.
MS Khan, K Hackl
In: Trends in Applications of Mathematics to Mechanics; Rocca E …, 2018
A novel numerical algorithm based on Galerkin–Petrov time-discretization method for solving chaotic nonlinear dynamical systems
K Muhammad Sabeel, K Muhammad Ijaz
Nonlinear Dyn, 2017
Finite element based direct and iterative approach to investigate a magneto-micropolar flow through a rectangular channel
IKSME Muhammad Sabeel Khan, M. Asif Memon
Alexandria Engineering Journal 75, 55-66, 2023
Heat transfer through a higher grade Forchheimer porous CuO–H2O-nano-medium confined between non-isothermal moving plates
SMEKJ M. A. Memon, M. S. Khan, S. Saleem
Case Studies in Thermal Engineering 47, 103035, 2023
Modeling of microstructures in a Cosserat continuum using relaxed energies: Analytical and numerical aspects
MS Khan, K Hackl
Variational Views in Mechanics, 57-87, 2021
Particle rotation effects in Cosserat-Maxwell boundary layer flow with non-Fourier heat transfer using a new novel approach
MB Hafeez, MS Khan, IH Qureshi, J Alebraheem, A Elmoasry
Scientia Iranica 28 (3), 1223-1235, 2021
Numerical computation of heat transfer enhancement through Cosserat hybrid nanofluids using continuous Galerkin–Petrov method
SM Khan, H Kaneez
The European Physical Journal Plus 135 (2), 1-19, 2020
A non-Fourier approach towards the analysis of heat transfer enhancement with water based nanofluids through a channel
MS Khan
AIP Advances 8 (5), 2018
Nonlinear vibration analysis of Euler-Bernoulli beams by using continuous Galerkin-Petrov time-discretization method
MS Khan, H Kaneez
Latin American Journal of Solids and Structures 14, 1695-1709, 2017
Chemical reaction, thermal relaxation time and internal material parameter effects on MHD viscoelastic fluid with internal structure using the Cattaneo-Christov heat flux equation
Sabeel M. Khan, M. Hammad, D. A. Sunny
The European Physical Journal Plus 132, 132:338, 2017
A New Magneto-Micropolar Boundary Layer Model for Liquid Flows--Effect of Micromagnetorotation (MMR)
MS Khan, I Hameed
arXiv preprint arXiv:2308.08457, 2023
Squeezed Darcy–Forchheimer Casson nanofluid flow between horizontal plates under the effect of inclined magnetic field
MA Memon, MAS Al-Malki, MS Khan, S Hussain, H ur Rehman, A Fenta
Nanoscale Advances 5 (24), 6925-6934, 2023
Prediction of microstructure in a Cosserat continuum using relaxed energies
MS Khan, K Hackl
PAMM 12 (1), 265-266, 2012
Viscoelastic fluid flow over a horizontal flat plate with various boundary slip conditions and suction effects
MSKAF K. Sudarmozhi, D. Iranian, M. Asif Memon, P. D. Selvi
Nanoscale Adv., 2023
FreeFEM++ based heat transfer analysis of an electrically induced magnetic flow within the framework of micropolar continuum
IH M.S. Khan
Numerical Heat Transfer, Part A: Applications, 1-19, 2023
Computational analysis of magnetic induced micropolar flow in a rectangular channel through FreeFem++
MS Khan, I Hameed, MA Memon, E Bonyah
AIP Advances 13 (4), 2023
Increasing Micro-Rotational Viscosity Results in Large Micro-Rotations: A Study Based on Monolithic Eulerian Cosserat Fluid–Structure Interaction Formulation
NH Hajano, MS Khan, L Liu
Mathematics 10 (22), 4188, 2022
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