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    Magnetohydrodynamics Stability of Natural Convection During Phase Change of Molten Gallium in a Three-Dimensional Enclosure

    S. Bouabdallah1,2, R. Bessaïh1

    FDMP-Fluid Dynamics & Materials Processing, Vol.6, No.3, pp. 251-276, 2010, DOI:10.3970/fdmp.2010.006.251

    Abstract In this paper, a numerical study of magnetohydrodynamics stability during phase change of a pure metal (liquid Gallium) in a cubical enclosure is presented. An external magnetic field is applied in X-, Y-, and Z-directions separately. Two electric potential boundary conditions are considered: electrically conducting and insulating walls. The finite-volume method with enthalpy formulation is used to solve the mathematical model in the solid and liquid phases. The Grashof number is fixed at Gr =105and the Hartmann number is varied from Ha= 0 to 200. The effect of magnetic field on the flow field and More >

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