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Afshin J. Ghajar
Afshin J. Ghajar
Regents Professor and John Brammer Professor, School of Mechanical & Aerospace Engineering, Oklahoma
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Comparison of void fraction correlations for different flow patterns in horizontal and upward inclined pipes
MA Woldesemayat, AJ Ghajar
International journal of multiphase flow 33 (4), 347-370, 2007
5932007
A flow pattern independent drift flux model based void fraction correlation for a wide range of gas–liquid two phase flow
SM Bhagwat, AJ Ghajar
International Journal of Multiphase Flow 59, 186-205, 2014
2822014
Heat transfer measurements and correlations in the transition region for a circular tube with three different inlet configurations
AJ Ghajar, LM Tam
Experimental thermal and fluid science 8 (1), 79-90, 1994
2581994
Influence of inlet geometry on mixing in thermocline thermal energy storage
YH Zurigat, PR Liche, AJ Ghajar
International Journal of Heat and Mass Transfer 34 (1), 115-125, 1991
2091991
Similarities and differences in the flow patterns and void fraction in vertical upward and downward two phase flow
SM Bhagwat, AJ Ghajar
Experimental thermal and fluid science 39, 213-227, 2012
1672012
Comparison of void fraction correlations for different flow patterns in upward vertical two-phase flow
PV Godbole, CC Tang, AJ Ghajar
Heat Transfer Engineering 32 (10), 843-860, 2011
1402011
Effect of inlet geometry and heating on the fully developed friction factor in the transition region of a horizontal tube
LM Tam, AJ Ghajar
Experimental thermal and fluid science 15 (1), 52-64, 1997
1391997
A general heat transfer correlation for non-boiling gas–liquid flow with different flow patterns in horizontal pipes
J Kim, AJ Ghajar
International Journal of Multiphase Flow 32 (4), 447-465, 2006
1292006
Transitional heat transfer in plain horizontal tubes
LM Tam, AJ Ghajar
Heat Transfer Engineering 27 (5), 23-38, 2006
1252006
A comparison study of one-dimensional models for stratified thermal storage tanks
YH Zurigat, KJ Maloney, AJ Ghajar
1251989
Flow regime map for a horizontal pipe with uniform wall heat flux and three inlet configurations
AJ Ghajar, LM Tam
Experimental Thermal and Fluid Science 10 (3), 287-297, 1995
1131995
Pressure drop measurements in the transition region for a circular tube with three different inlet configurations
AJ Ghajar, KF Madon
Experimental Thermal and Fluid Science 5 (1), 129-135, 1992
1131992
Comparison of near-wall treatment methods for high Reynolds number backward-facing step flow
JY Kim, AJ Ghajar, C Tang, GL Foutch
International Journal of Computational Fluid Dynamics 19 (7), 493-500, 2005
1102005
Non-boiling heat transfer in gas-liquid flow in pipes: a tutorial
AJ Ghajar
Journal of the Brazilian Society of Mechanical Sciences and Engineering 27 …, 2005
1042005
Heat transfer measurements, flow pattern maps, and flow visualization for non-boiling two-phase flow in horizontal and slightly inclined pipe
AJ Ghajar, CC Tang
Heat Transfer Engineering 28 (6), 525-540, 2007
972007
Numerical study of the effect of inlet geometry on stratification in thermal energy storage
AJ Ghajar, YH Zurigat
Numerical Heat Transfer 19 (1), 65-83, 1991
941991
Experimental investigation of non-boiling gas-liquid two phase flow in downward inclined pipes
SM Bhagwat, AJ Ghajar
Experimental Thermal and Fluid Science 89, 219-237, 2017
932017
Comparison of 20 two-phase heat transfer correlations with seven sets of experimental data, including flow pattern and tube inclination effects
D Kim, AJ Ghajar, RL Dougherty, VK Ryali
Heat transfer engineering 20 (1), 15-40, 1999
931999
Effect of inlet geometries and heating on the entrance and fully-developed friction factors in the laminar and transition regions of a horizontal tube
HK Tam, LM Tam, AJ Ghajar
Experimental thermal and fluid science 44, 680-696, 2013
922013
Stratified thermal storage tank inlet mixing characterization
YH Zurigat, AJ Ghajar, PM Moretti
Applied Energy 30 (2), 99-111, 1988
911988
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