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MAP 2302 – T R 9:00AM – 10:20AM  AND F 9:00AM – 10:15AM – HPA 0112 AND BA1 0121

MAP 2302  – T R 9:00AM – 10:20AM AND F 10:30AM – 11:45AM – HPA 0112 AND BA1 0121

MAP 2302 – T R 9:00AM – 10:20AM AND F 12:00PM – 1:50PM – HPA 0112 AND BA1 0121



Selected Publications

  1. K. Vajravelu, K. V. Prasad, Robert A. Van Gorder and Junho Lee, Free convection boundary layer flow past a vertical surfact in a porous medium with temperature-dependent properties, Transport in Porous Media, 90(2011), 977-992.
  2. Robert A. Van Gorder and K. Vajravelu, Multiple solutions for hydromagnetic flow of a second grade fluid over a stretching or shrinking sheet, Quart. Appl. Math., 69(2011), 405-424.
  3. E. Soewono, K. Vajravelu, and R. N. Mohapatra, Existence of solutions of a nonlinear boundary value problem, arising in flow and heat transfer over a stretching sheet, Nonlinear Anal., 18(1992), 93-98.
  4. K. Vajravelu, Combined free and forced convection in hydromagnatic flows in vertical wavy channels with traveling thermal waves, International Journal of Engineering Sciences, 27(1989), 289-300.
  5. K. Vajravelu, and K. S. Sastri, Free convective heat transfer in a viscous incompressible fluid confined between a long vertical wavy wall and a parallel flat wall. J. Fluid Mech. 86(1978), 365-383.

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