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##### Lattice Boltzmann Simulation of MHD Natural Convection Heat Transfer of Cu-Water Nanofluid in a Linearly/Sinusoidally Heated Cavity

**Authors:**
Bouchmel Mliki,
Chaouki Ali,
Mohamed Ammar Abbassi

**Abstract:**

*Ra*= 10

^{3}−10

^{6}), nanoparticle volume concentration (

*f*= 0-0.04) and Hartmann number (

*Ha*= 0-90) on the flow and heat transfer characteristics have been examined. The results indicate that the Hartmann number influences the heat transfer at

*Ra*= 10

^{6}more than other Raleigh numbers, as the least effect is observed at

*Ra*= 10

^{3}. Moreover, the results show that the solid volume fraction has a significant influence on heat transfer, depending on the value of Hartmann, heat generation or absorption coefficient and Rayleigh numbers.

**Keywords:**
Heat transfer,
linearly/sinusoidally heated,
Lattice Boltzmann Method,
natural convection,
nanofluid.

**Digital Object Identifier (DOI):**
doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.3669174

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