Dr. Yanala Dharmendar Reddy

Associate Professor

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Dr. Y. Dharmendar Reddy got his doctoral degree in 2017 from Department of Mathematics, Osmania university, Hyderabad, India. He joined the Department of Mathematics at AGI as an Assistant Professor in 2005. Presently he is working as Associate Professor of Mathematics, Anurag University. Dr. Reddy has over 16.5 years of teaching and research experience. He has 33 publications to his credit in reputed national and international journals. He presented papers at various National and International conferences. He completed a minor research project funded by UGC, New Delhi. He is a life member of the Indian Science Congress and Andhra Pradesh and Telangana Society for Mathematical Sciences.

Research Interests

Finite element and finite difference based numerical approximation for partial differential equations
Fluid Dynamics

Teaching Interests

Linear Algebra
Ordinary differential equations
Vector calculus
Numerical methods and Functions of complex variables
Complex Analysis
Elementary Number Theory
Operation Research
Boolean Algebra
Probability & Statistics and Numerical Techniques.

Selected Publications

  1. 2D Mixed Convection Non-Darcy Model with Radiation Effect in a Nanofluid over an Inclined Wavy Surface, Alexandria Engineering Journal Elsevier, (Accepted). Indexed in SCIE & WOS, March 2022.
  2. Radiation, Velocity and Thermal Slips Effect towards MHD boundary layer flow through heat and mass transport of Williamson nanofluid with porous medium, Arabian Journal for Science and Engineering, Springer, (Accepted). Indexed in SCIE & WOS, March 2022.
  3. An Impact on Non-Newtonian Free Convective MHD Casson fluid flow past a vertical porous plate in the existence of soret, dufour, and chemical reaction”, International Journal of Ambient Energy (Accepted), Taylor & Francis, Indexed in Scopus & WOS, March 2022.
  4. Radiation effect on MHD Casson fluid flow over an inclined non-linear surface with chemical reaction in a Forchheimer porous medium, Alexandria Engineering Journal 61(10), 8207-8220, (Elsevier) indexed in SCIE & WOS, October 2022.
  5. Viscous dissipation and thermal radiation impact on MHD mass transfer natural convective flow over a stretching sheet, Proceedings of the Institution of Mechanical Engineers, Part E: Journal of Process Mechanical Engineering, 09544089221081339, March 2022, indexed in SCI & WOS.
  6. Transport properties of a hydromagnetic radiative stagnation point flow of a nanofluid across a stretching surface, Case studies in thermal engineering 31, 101839, (Elsevier) indexed in SCIE& WOS, Jan 2022.
  7. Chemical Reactive and Viscous Dissipative Flow of Magneto Nanofluid via Natural Convection by Employing Galerkin Finite Element Technique, Coatings (MDPI) 12(2), 151, Jan 2022. Indexed in SCIE, WOS.
  8. Influence of radiation and viscous dissipation on MHD heat transfer Casson nanofluid flow along a nonlinear stretching surface with chemical reaction, Heat Transfer, Wiley Publications, Indexed in WOS & Scopus, Jan 2022.
  9. Suction/Injection Effects on a Stretching Surface of the Stagnation Point Flow Through Porous Medium with Influence of Heat Generation, Innovations in Mechanical Engineering (Springer Book series), 507-514, Jan 2022, Indexed in Scopus.
  10. Finite Element Soret Dufour Effects Analysis of Unsteady MHD Heat and Mass Transfer Flow Past an Accelerated Inclined Vertical Plate”, Heat Transfer, Wiley Publications 50(8), Indexed in WOS & Scopus, Dec 2021, 8553-8578.
  11. Influence of Slip Condition on Transient Laminar Flow over An Infinite Vertical Plate with Ramped Temperature in the Presence of Chemical Reaction and Thermal Radiation”, Heat Transfer 50(8), Wiley Publications, Indexed in WOS & Scopus, Dec 2021, 7654-7671.
  12. Radiation and heat absorption effects on an unsteady MHD boundary layer flow along an accelerated infinite vertical plate with ramped plate temperature in the existence of slip condition, Partial Differential Equations in Applied Mathematics 4, 100166, Dec 2021. (Elsevier) https://doi.org/10.1016/j.padiff.2021.100166.
  13. Unsteady Convective MHD Flow and Heat Transfer of a Viscous Nanofluid across a Porous Stretching/Shrinking Surface: Existence of Multiple Solutions, Crystals: Recent Advances in Fluid Mechanics with Engineering Applications 11(11), 1359, Nov 2021. Indexed in SCIE, WOS.
  14. Numerical Solution of Natural Convection on a Vertical Stretching Surface with Suction and Blowing, International Journal of Heat and Technology 38 (5), Indexed in WOS & Scopus, 1469-1474, Oct 2021.
  15. Thermal radiation impact on MHD heat transfer natural convective nano fluid flow over an impulsively started vertical plate, Case studies in thermal engineering 24, 100826, (Elsevier) indexed in SCIE & WOS, April 2021.
  16. Effects of Soret, Dufour, hall current and rotation on MHD natural convective heat and mass transfer flow past an accelerated vertical plate through a porous medium”, International Journal of Thermofluids 9 (Elsevier) indexed in Scopus, Feb 2021, 100061.
  17. Thermal radiation and Joule heating effects on a magnetohydrodynamic Casson nanofluid flow in the presence of chemical reaction through a non-linear inclined porous stretching sheet”, Journal of Naval Architecture and Marine Engineering 17 (2) indexed in Scopus & Web of Science, 143-164, Dec 2020.
  18. Effect of heat generation/absorption on MHD copper-water nanofluid flow over a nonlinear stretching/shrinking sheet”, American Institute of Physics 2246, 020017, July-2020. (Indexed in Scopus)
  19. Heat source effect on MHD Fluid flow over a moving vertical plate in the presence of hemical reaction with conductive surface boundary conditions, Journal of engineering, computing and architecture (UGC), Vol 10(1),2020 pp. no 38-46.
  20. MHD boundary layer flow of nanofluid and heat transfer over a nonlinear stretching sheet with chemical reaction and suction/blowing, Journal of Nano Fluids (Web of Science Indexed), Vol. 7, No.2, pp. 404-412, April 2018.

Selected Awards and Honors

External Profile Links

  • 2013-2017    Doctor of Philosophy in Fluid Dynamics, Osmania University,Hyderabad, Telangana, India.
  • 2003-2005 Master of Science, Osmania University, Hyderabad, Telangana, India.
  • 2000-2003    Bachelor of Science, Osmania university, Hyderabad, India.
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