A. Mahdy

A. Mahdy

South Valley University

H-index: 28

Africa-Zambia

About A. Mahdy

A. Mahdy, With an exceptional h-index of 28 and a recent h-index of 23 (since 2020), a distinguished researcher at South Valley University, specializes in the field of Heat MassTransfer, Nanofluids, Porous Media, Bioconvection, Dusty fluid.

His recent articles reflect a diverse array of research interests and contributions to the field:

Distinctive approach for MHD natural bioconvection flow of Reiner–Rivlin nano-liquid due to an isothermal sphere

Dusty non-Newtonian nanofluid flow along a stretching curved sheet via chemically reactive and heat source/sink imapct: Two-phase model

Case study agrivoltaics technology using hybrid, triple magnetized sutterby nanofluid with joule heating application

Entropy Optimization and Slant MHD Mixed Convection Hybrid Nanofluid Flow Within an Oblique Irregular Lid-Driven Enclosure Contains Baffles: Local Thermal Non-equilibrium Model

Cattaneo–Christov heat flux impacts on MHD radiative natural convection of Al2O3-Cu-H2O hybrid nanofluid in wavy porous containers using LTNE

Convective flow of a Williamson hybrid nanofluid in a porous medium through a cone and wedge with the effect of the shape of nanoparticles

Magnetic mixed convection confined two-sided wavy enclosures having two-sided lid-driven walls containing obstacles with thermal radiation

Thermal conductivity and thermophoretic impacts of micropolar fluid flow by a horizontal absorbent isothermal porous wall with heat source/sink

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South Valley University

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A. Mahdy Skills & Research Interests

Heat MassTransfer

Nanofluids

Porous Media

Bioconvection

Dusty fluid

Top articles of A. Mahdy

Distinctive approach for MHD natural bioconvection flow of Reiner–Rivlin nano-liquid due to an isothermal sphere

Authors

TH Alarabi,A Mahdy,Omima A Abo-zaid

Journal

Case Studies in Thermal Engineering

Published Date

2024/3/1

The analysis of heat excess through non-Newtonian fluid is noticed proper and promising arena for biomedical technological applications than Newtonian liquid. Herein, a type of non-Newtonian (Reiner–Rivlin) nanomaterial has been scrutinized with gyrotactic microorganisms around an isothermal sphere with surface of zero mass flux. Being mindful of that the model of Buongiorno’s nanofluid is utilized. Non-dimensional formulas for the basic dimensional partial differential equation system are obtained using appropriate non-similarity transformations. MATLAB function bvp4c code is adopted to get the non-similar solutions. The computations disclosed that the velocity of Reiner–Rivlin nanofluid and its gradient accelerate away from the surface of sphere to infinity and reduces in proximity to the sphere surface for higher values of Reiner–Rivlin factor K. The rate of surface density transport, rate of surface heat …

Dusty non-Newtonian nanofluid flow along a stretching curved sheet via chemically reactive and heat source/sink imapct: Two-phase model

Authors

TH Alarabi,A Mahdy,SS Alzahrani,Omima A Abo-zaid

Journal

Partial Differential Equations in Applied Mathematics

Published Date

2024/2/16

The momentousness of studying the similar solution of MHD flow along a curved stretching surface of non-Newtonian Casson nanofluids with suspended dust particles is due to stretching curved sheets applications across various industries and disciplines, additionally potential applications of dusty nanofluid in various fields. chemical reaction factor is tested in addition to sink and heat sources in the thermal boundary layer. The transformed equations (ODE) are obtained with the help of appropriate similarity variables to facilitate numerical processing. The numerical treatment of the reduced equations is performed employing a numerical technique known as MATLAB function bvp4c to solve our problem equations with the help of the Runge–Kutta method of fourth order. This investigation yields significant conclusions, one of which is that sphere-shaped dust particles in suspension cause the velocity to decrease …

Case study agrivoltaics technology using hybrid, triple magnetized sutterby nanofluid with joule heating application

Authors

TH Alarabi,A Mahdy

Journal

Case Studies in Thermal Engineering

Published Date

2024/2/1

The motivation behind the current contribution is to establish a framework that examines the influence of sunlight on a novel Sutterby nano-liquid with magnetic field impact. The fluid flows through a photovoltaic (PV) plate. A model for tri-hybrid nanofluid has been developed and utilized to explore the effects of tri-hybrid nanoparticles on the flow, particularly focusing on heat transport and its gradient. The technique employed involves converting the partial differential equations (PDEs) derived from the initial prototype into ordinary differential equations (ODEs) through similarity transformation. Numerical results are obtained using the bvp4c method, which belongs to the Runge-Kutta family of ODE solvers. The notable finding from the results indicates that the incorporation of novel tri-hybrid nanoparticles into the conventional liquid leads to a faster enhancement of heat transfer rate and temperature profile compared …

Entropy Optimization and Slant MHD Mixed Convection Hybrid Nanofluid Flow Within an Oblique Irregular Lid-Driven Enclosure Contains Baffles: Local Thermal Non-equilibrium Model

Authors

MA Mansour,SE Ahmed,A Mahdy

Journal

Arabian Journal for Science and Engineering

Published Date

2023/9

This paper explores the heat transfer by mixed convection within double lid-driven enclosures filled with Cu–AlO hybrid nanofluids. The domain contains T-shaped baffles and is filled with local thermal non-equilibrium (LTNE) porous medium. The wavy boundaries are partially cooled, while the inner baffles have constant heat flux conditions. Mathematical formulations for the system irreversibility in cases of LTNE, constant heat flux conditions and double diffusive are presented and analyzed. The solution methodology is depending on the finite volume scheme in case of non-orthogonal grids. The major results revealed that the alteration of the undulation number from 1 to 5 gives an augmentation in values of up to 4.57%. Also, the increase in the lengths of the baffles causes a reduction in the flow, while is rising. Furthermore, the alteration in Ri from 0.5 to 10 gives an augmentation in up to 12 …

Cattaneo–Christov heat flux impacts on MHD radiative natural convection of Al2O3-Cu-H2O hybrid nanofluid in wavy porous containers using LTNE

Authors

Sameh E Ahmed,A Mahdy,Mohamed A Mansour

Journal

Nonlinear Analysis: Modelling and Control

Published Date

2023/2/23

This paper aims to examine impacts of Cattaneo–Christov heat flux on the magnetohydrodynamic convective transport within irregular containers in the presence of the thermal radiation. Both of the magnetic field and flow domain are slant with the inclination angles Ω and γ, respectively. The worked fluid is consisting of water (H2O) and Al2O3-Cu hybrid nanoparticles. The enclosures are filled with a porous medium, and the local thermal nonequilibrium (LTNE) model between the hybrid nanofluids and the porous elements are considered. Influences of various types of the obstacles are examined, namely, horizontal cold elliptic, vertical elliptic and cross section ellipsis. The solution methodology is depending on the finite volume method with nonorthogonal grids. The major outcomes revealed that the location (0.75, 0.5) is better for the rate of the flow and temperature gradients. The higher values of H* causes that the solid phase temperature has a similar behavior of the fluid phase temperature indicating to the thermal equilibrium state. Also, the fluid-phase average Nusselt number is maximizing by increasing Cattaneo–Christov heat flux factor.

Convective flow of a Williamson hybrid nanofluid in a porous medium through a cone and wedge with the effect of the shape of nanoparticles

Authors

Taghreed H Al‐Arabi,A Mahdy,Ahmed M Rashad,Wafaa Saad,Hossam A Nabwey

Journal

Heat Transfer

Published Date

2022/12

The performance of nanofluid in the heat transport phenomena showed satisfactory results, which have been considered by scientists and researchers. The dispersion of two nanoparticles to form a mixture which named as hybrid nanofluid. It has been proved experimentally that hybrid nanofluid has good thermal performance compared to unitary nanofluid. The present study inspected the convective flow of a Williamson hybrid nanofluid through a cone and wedge in a porous medium of different shapes of nanoparticles (cylindrical‐, spherical‐, blades‐, platelets‐, bricks‐) under the influence of a magnetic field. The partial differential equations were converted to an ordinary differential equation and the resulting equations were solved using the bvp4c MATLAB code. The effect of some important physical parameters on both the velocity and temperature profile was graphically plotted and the effect of the shape and …

Magnetic mixed convection confined two-sided wavy enclosures having two-sided lid-driven walls containing obstacles with thermal radiation

Authors

SE Ahmed,A Mahdy,MA Mansour

Journal

Waves in Random and Complex Media

Published Date

2022/6/9

The present research provides numerical handling of a laminar flow mixed-radiation interaction convection heat transfer within two-sided wavy enclosures containing adiabatic obstacles. The convection process is due to the movements of the enclosure side walls together with the difference in temperature and density. Two designs of the flow domain are recognized, namely, a wavy enclosure containing a square obstacle (D1) or including a cylindrical obstacle (D2). Both the flow domain and the magnetic field are inclined with different angles and impacts of the thermal radiation and heat absorption(generation) are conducted. The Galerkin Finite Element Method associated with the Characteristic-Based Split approach is utilized to solve the governing system. The prime outcomes detected that the growth of the radiation and heat generation parameters enhances the convective process. Also, the increase in the …

Thermal conductivity and thermophoretic impacts of micropolar fluid flow by a horizontal absorbent isothermal porous wall with heat source/sink

Authors

Hossam A Nabwey,Ahmed M Rashad,Abd El Nasser Mahdy,Shaaban M Shaaban

Journal

Mathematics

Published Date

2022/5/2

Boundary layer analysis is invoked to clarify the aspects of variable thermal conductivity and thermophoretic forces on a steady state of MHD micropolar fluid flow in the existence of a uniform transverse magnetic field along an isothermal horizontal plate. The micropolar pattern permits the rotational freedom degrees that lead to couple stresses and a non symmetric stress tensor. The initiated PDEs governing the case pattern are mutated into a non-dimensional system due to proper transformations. The transformed mathematical governing equations are solved by implementing a very potent computer algebra software MATLAB code. The plotted graphs analyzed the attitude of multiple physical aspects involving factors on the flow attitude of micropolar velocity and angular velocity and temperature. Through the involved factors, the couple stress, skin friction and Nusselt number are manifested and interpreted amply. A new outcome for drag force and heat gradient experienced by the key factors is portrayed. Augmentation in Ω results in the thermophoretic forces that encapsulate the mass transmission. The local Nusselt number strengthened as the thermal conductivity, heat absorption factors or wall suction velocity were improved, and weakened due to the existence of viscous dissipation or heat generation impacts. As a particular case, the governing field equations of a classical Newtonian liquid are given by dropping the micropolar parameter impacts.

Analysis of Natural Convection–Radiation Interaction Flow in a Porous Cavity with Al2O3–Cu Water Hybrid Nanofluid: Entropy Generation

Authors

SE Ahmed,MA Mansour,A Mahdy

Journal

Arabian Journal for Science and Engineering

Published Date

2022/12

A numerical treatment of the interaction between two models of heat transfer, namely, surface thermal radiation and natural convection, of micropolar loaded with Al2O3 and Cu nanoparticles within a porous cavity in the presence of MHD of inclination with entropy analysis is presented. Both 1st and 2nd laws of thermodynamic are applied to analyze the problem. The 2-D steady-state flow governing equations have been resolved via Alternating Direction Implicit (ADI) based on the concept of the finite volume method. The exhibited physical factors are the heat source length , the heat generation/absorption , the radiation factor , the vortex viscosity parameter , Hartmann number , the inclination angle and and the alumina-copper volume fraction . The presented computations are portrayed graphically. The outcomes illustrate that the average …

Influence Of Thermal Radiation on Unsteady Mixed Convection Flow of Hybrid Nanoliquid Past an Elongated Sheet

Authors

A Mahdy,Taghreed H Al-Arabi,Ahmed M Rashad,Wafaa Saad

Journal

Journal of Advanced Research in Fluid Mechanics and Thermal Sciences

Published Date

2022/4/23

Actually the article spotlights an aspects of thermal radiative on free-forced convective of a hybrid nanomaterial flow over a vertical elongated plate. Viscous dissipation with convective condition is exhibited. The primary PDEs governing the case paradigm is converted into a non-dimensional system due to feasible transformations. The acquired mathematical differential equations is solved using a the very vigorous computer algebra software MATLAB code. Graphs were presented to analyze the influence of multiple physical impacts of involving factors on the flow fluctuations of both hybrid nanoliquid velocity and temperature. Through these factors, both of Nusselt number and drag factor are manifested and argued amply. Comparison with earlier published data for steady and unsteady states flow is provided and it noticed to be in completely agreement. The outcomes point out that Nusselt number is an ascending function of unsteadiness and mixed convection factors.

Variable thermal conductivity and thermophoretic aspects of free convection flow of a micropolar fluid due to a permeable cone: Heat source/sink

Authors

Taghreed H Alarabi,A Mahdy

Journal

AIP Advances

Published Date

2022/9/1

Boundary layer analysis is introduced for providing a numerical treatment of steady state free convection flow of non-Newtonian fluid of micropolar type through an isothermal vertical permeable cone under impacts of variable thermal conductivity and thermophoretic force. Both heat generation or absorption and viscous dissipation are considered. The resulting altered boundary layer flow equations are numerically tackled by the help of the implicit finite difference approach. Two states are addressed: one corresponds to constant thermal conductivity, and the other is variable thermal conductivity. The skin friction, couple stress coefficients fluctuations, and Nusselt number for miscellaneous significant sundry factors are presented graphically and argued. From the calculated outcomes, the coefficient of couple stress reduces for larger values of vortex viscosity parameter R, while the reverse trend is noticed through the …

Influence of bioconvection and chemical reaction on magneto—Carreau nanofluid flow through an inclined cylinder

Authors

Hossam A Nabwey,Sumayyah I Alshber,Ahmed M Rashad,Abd El Nasser Mahdy

Journal

Mathematics

Published Date

2022/2/4

The present contribution focuses on heat transmission in the conjugate mixed bioconvection flow of Carreau nanofluid with swimming gyrotactic microorganisms through an inclined stretchable cylinder with variable magnetic field impact and binary chemical reaction. Additionally, the investigation involves the aspects of variable decrease or increase in heat source and non-uniform thermal conductivity. A passively controlled nanofluid pattern is used to estimate this nano-bioconvection flow case, which is believed to be more physically accurate than the earlier actively controlled nanofluid typically employed. One of essential features of this investigation is the imposition of a zero-mass flux condition at the surface of the cylinder. Through the implementation of an appropriate transformation, the nonlinear PDE system is mutated into similar equations. The flow equations thus obtained are solved numerically to explore the influence of the physical constraints involved through implementation with the aid of the MATLAB bvp4c code. The solutions were captured for both zero and non-zero bioconvection Rayleigh number, i.e., for flow with and without microorganisms. The present numerical results are compared with the available data and are determined to be in excellent agreement. The significant result of the present article is that the degree of nanoparticle concentration in the nanofluid exhibits an increasing trend with higher values of activation energy constraint.

THERMAL CONDUCTIVITY AND THERMOPHORETIC IMPACTS ON MHD NON-NEWTONIAN FLUID FLOW OUTSIDE A PERMEABLE STRETCHING CYLINDER

Authors

TH Al-Arabi,HR Ibrahim,A Mahdy

Journal

Advances and Applications in Fluid Mechanics

Published Date

2022/8/5

We execute the boundary layer analysis to illustrate the impacts of changing thermal conductivity and thermophoretic forces on steady state of MHD non-Newtonian fluid flow of Casson type with existence of uniform transverse magnetic field along a permeable stretching circular tube and Joule heating. The initiated PDEs controlling the case pattern is mutated into a non-dimensional system due to proper similarity transformation. The problem is stated in such a manner that the PDEs describing the flow, temperature and concentration distributions are reduced to ODEs, which are solved numerically implementing an implicit finite-difference approach. The plotted graphs analyzed the attitude of multiple physical impacts of involving factors on the flow attitude of non-Newtonian velocity, temperature and concentration. Through the involving factors, both of skin friction and Nusselt number are manifested and interpreted amply. A new outcome for drag force and Nusselt number experienced by the key factors is depicted. An increment of viscoelastic (Casson) factor decelerates the flow and also reduces thermal and concentration boundary layer thickness. Augmentation in thermophoretic factor l results in the thermophoretic forces that encapsulate the mass transmit. As a particular case, the governing field equations of a classical Newtonian liquid are given, by dropping the Casson factor impact.

Internal heat generation impact on MHD natural convection of dusty hybrid nanomaterials within a porous cavity

Authors

A Mahdy,Fekry M Hady,Ramdan A Mohamed,Omima A Abo‐zaid

Journal

Heat Transfer

Published Date

2022/1

The numerical contribution of the natural heat flow of dusty hybrid nanofluid due to a square cavity filled with a porous medium with the effects of internal heat generation and the magnetic field is presented in this paper. The system of the problem equations is divided into hybrid nanofluid (Al2O3–Cu) phase equations and dusty phase equations, which are converted to a dimensionless form to be suitable for solving them numerically using the finite difference method. The results manifest in the streamlines, isotherms contours for both hybrid nanofluid phase and dust phase as well in local and average Nusselt numbers profiles. The numerical computations are performed and presented via graphs and tables due to the influence of governing physical parameters like , , , (0 ≤ Σ ≤ /2), , , , and . The results indicate that …

Magnetic convection nanofluid confined in a cavity with chamfers containing cylinder obstacles with a heat source/sink

Authors

Hillal M Elshehabey,A Mahdy

Journal

Waves in Random and Complex Media

Published Date

2022/6/16

The current research introduces a numerical treatment of MHD laminar convection flow within chamfers cavity containing adiabatic obstacle. Both the flow domain and the magnetic field are inclined with miscellaneous angles and the impacts of the heat absorption (generation) are conducted. The mathematical model of the considered problem is formulated and the finite element (FE) approach is developed to simulate the governing system. The prime outcomes detected that the growth of the chamfers ratio decreases the heat transfer rate within the cavity whereas increasing the aspect ratio affects the isotherms distributions which result in enhancing the average Nusselt numbers. Moreover, the presence of the magnetic field or the nanoparticles leads to slow fluid movement. An enhancement in the heat transfer with a relative of percentage of 16.6 is achieved with nanofluid of compare to the case of pure fluid at Ha …

Homogeneous–heterogeneous chemical reactions of radiation hybrid nanofluid flow on a cylinder with joule heating: Nanoparticles shape impact

Authors

Taghreed H Alarabi,Ahmed M Rashad,A Mahdy

Journal

Coatings

Published Date

2021/12/3

The current analysis aims to exhibit the nanoparticles of Al2O3 + Cu-water hybrid nanofluid flow for Darcy–Forchheimer with heterogeneous–homogeneous chemical reactions and magnetic field aspects past a stretching or shrinking cylinder with Joule heating. This paper performed not only with the hybrid nanofluid but also the shape of Al2O3 and Cu nanoparticles. The model of single-phase hybrid nanofluid due to thermophysical features is utilized for the mathematical formulation. In the present exploration equal diffusions factors for reactants and auto catalyst are instituted. The system of governing equations has been simplified by invoking the similarity transformation. The numerical computations are invoked due to the function bvp4c of Matlab, with high non-linearity. Numerical outcomes illustrated that; sphere shape nanoparticles presented dramatic performance on heat transfer of hybrid nanofluid movement; an opposite behavior is noticed with lamina shape. The local Nusselt number strengthens as the transverse curvature factor becomes larger. In addition, the homogeneous–heterogeneous reactions factors lead to weaken concentration fluctuation.

The magneto-natural convection flow of a micropolar hybrid nanofluid over a vertical plate saturated in a porous medium

Authors

A Mahdy,ER El-Zahar,AM Rashad,W Saad,HS Al-Juaydi

Journal

Fluids

Published Date

2021/5/27

In this study, we investigate the convective flow of a micropolar hybrid nanofluid through a vertical radiating permeable plate in a saturated porous medium. The impact of the presence or absence of the internal heat generation (IHG) in the medium is examined as well as the impacts of the magnetic field and thermal radiation. We apply similarity transformations to the non-dimensionalized equations and render them as a system of non-linear ODEs (Ordinary Differential Equations) subject to appropriate boundary conditions. This system of non-linear ODEs is solved by an adaptive mesh transformation Chebyshev differential quadrature method. The influence of the governing parameters on the temperature, microrotation and velocity is examined. The skin friction coefficient and the Nusselt number are tabulated. We determine that the skin friction coefficient and heat transport rate increase with the increment in the magnetic field. Moreover, the increment in the micropolarity and nanoparticle volume fraction enhances the skin friction coefficient and the Nusselt number. We also conclude that the IHG term improved the flow of the hybrid nanofluid. Finally, our results indicate that employing a hybrid nanofluid increases the heat transfer compared with that in pure water and a nanofluid.

Laminar MHD natural convection flow due to non-Newtonian nanofluid with dust nanoparticles around an isothermal sphere: Non-similar solution

Authors

RA Mohamed,FM Hady,A Mahdy,Omima A Abo-zai

Journal

Physica Scripta

Published Date

2021/1/11

The focus of this paper is to examine non-similar solutions of dusty non-Newtonian Casson nanofluid flow around the surface of an isothermal sphere in the presence of magnetic field impact. It is presupposed that the impacts of thermophoresis and Brownian motion are considered into regard in the nanofluid model. In addition to the thermophoresis impact, the normal flux of nanoparticles is equal to zero at the boundary. With respect to the fluid temperature, the surface of the isothermal sphere is preserved at a constant temperature. The dust particles preassumed to having the same size and conform in the spherical shape to the nanoparticles. Suitable non-similarity transformations are utilized to mutate the governing partial differential equations for fluid and dust phases into a system of non-linear, coupled, and non-similar partial differential equations. The generated non-similar equations are solved using …

Radiation and heat generation aspects on MHD convection of nanofluids in inclined wavy porous double lid-driven enclosures having obstacles: local thermal non-equilibrium

Authors

SE Ahmed,MA Mansour,A Mahdy

Journal

Waves in Random and Complex Media

Published Date

2021/11/27

The present contribution focuses on the thermal non-equilibrium handling of an unsteady mixed convection nanofluid flow within two-sided wavy and two-sided lid-driven porous enclosures due to the impact of the thermal radiation and inclined magnetic field. The forced convection situation is due to the movements of the left irregular and top regular boundaries. This pattern accounts for such impacts as the inter-phase heat transfer factor impact, the modified conductivity ratio and the thermal radiation aspects. The cavity includes apart heated wall of length b subjected to external Cu water (with particle diameter less than 100 nm) nanofluid. The governing equations have been solved utilizing Galerkin finite element (GFE) approach with CBS algorithm. Numerical outcomes for the flow and heat transfer for the fluid and solid phases are determined for miscellaneous combinations of the physical factors. Graphical and tabular …

Unsteady MHD mixed convection flow of non-Newtonian Casson hybrid nanofluid in the stagnation zone of sphere spinning impulsively

Authors

Essam R El-Zahar,Abd El Nasser Mahdy,Ahmed M Rashad,Wafaa Saad,Laila F Seddek

Journal

Fluids

Published Date

2021/5/26

In the present analysis, an unsteady MHD mixed convection flow is scrutinized for a non-Newtonian Casson hybrid nanofluid in the stagnation zone of a rotating sphere, resulting from the impulsive motion of the angular velocity of the sphere and the velocity of the free stream. A set of linearized equations is derived from the governing ones, and these differential equations are solved numerically using the hybrid linearization–differential quadrature method. The surface shear stresses in the x- and y-directions and the surface heat transfer rate are improved due to the Casson βo, mixed convection α, rotation γ and magnetic field M parameters. In addition, as nanoparticles, the solid volume fraction (parameter ϕ) increases, and the surface shear stresses and the rate of heat transfer are raised. A comparison between earlier published data and the present numerical computations is presented for the limiting cases, which are noted to be in very good agreement.

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What is A. Mahdy's h-index at South Valley University?

The h-index of A. Mahdy has been 23 since 2020 and 28 in total.

What are A. Mahdy's top articles?

The articles with the titles of

Distinctive approach for MHD natural bioconvection flow of Reiner–Rivlin nano-liquid due to an isothermal sphere

Dusty non-Newtonian nanofluid flow along a stretching curved sheet via chemically reactive and heat source/sink imapct: Two-phase model

Case study agrivoltaics technology using hybrid, triple magnetized sutterby nanofluid with joule heating application

Entropy Optimization and Slant MHD Mixed Convection Hybrid Nanofluid Flow Within an Oblique Irregular Lid-Driven Enclosure Contains Baffles: Local Thermal Non-equilibrium Model

Cattaneo–Christov heat flux impacts on MHD radiative natural convection of Al2O3-Cu-H2O hybrid nanofluid in wavy porous containers using LTNE

Convective flow of a Williamson hybrid nanofluid in a porous medium through a cone and wedge with the effect of the shape of nanoparticles

Magnetic mixed convection confined two-sided wavy enclosures having two-sided lid-driven walls containing obstacles with thermal radiation

Thermal conductivity and thermophoretic impacts of micropolar fluid flow by a horizontal absorbent isothermal porous wall with heat source/sink

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are the top articles of A. Mahdy at South Valley University.

What are A. Mahdy's research interests?

The research interests of A. Mahdy are: Heat MassTransfer, Nanofluids, Porous Media, Bioconvection, Dusty fluid

What is A. Mahdy's total number of citations?

A. Mahdy has 2,026 citations in total.

What are the co-authors of A. Mahdy?

The co-authors of A. Mahdy are R. A. Mohamed, Hillal M. Elshehabey.

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