Numerical Heat Transfer Part A-Applications

(The H4-Index of Numerical Heat Transfer Part A-Applications is 14. The table below lists those papers that are above that threshold based on CrossRef citation counts [max. 500 papers]. The publications cover those that have been published in the past four years, i.e., from 2019-11-01 to 2023-11-01.)
Flow and thermal transport characteristics of Triply-Periodic Minimal Surface (TPMS)-based gyroid and Schwarz-P cellular materials55
Thermal analyses of minichannels and use of mathematical and numerical models37
Optimization and analysis of maximum temperature in a battery pack affected by low to high Prandtl number coolants using response surface methodology and particle swarm optimization algorithm28
Topology optimization of fins for energy storage tank with phase change material28
Enhancement of the turbulent convective heat transfer in channels through the baffling technique and oil/multiwalled carbon nanotube nanofluids26
Conjugate heat transfer due to conduction, natural convection, and radiation from a vertical hollow cylinder with finite thickness26
Multi-objective optimal design of microchannel cooling heat sink using topology optimization method20
Dissipated-radiative compressible flow of nanofluids over unsmoothed inclined surfaces with variable properties17
Thermal and flow characterization in nanochannels with tunable surface wettability: A comprehensive molecular dynamics study16
Conjugate natural convection in a corrugated solid partitioned differentially heated square cavity16
Numerical analysis on heat transfer of parabolic solar collector operating with nanofluid using Eulerian two-phase approach16
Three-dimensional analysis of entropy generation for forced convection over an inclined step with presence of solid nanoparticles and magnetic force15
Experimental and numerical investigation of the melting process of aluminum foam/paraffin composite with low porosity15
Nanofluid double diffusive natural convection in a porous cavity under multiple force fields15
Assessment of reduced-order modeling strategies for convective heat transfer14