Heat and Mass Transfer for various configurations
Heat and mass transfer which includes;
1. Heat and Mass Transfer including Phase Change Materials (PCM) and Heat Echanger, 2. Solar thermal energy technology, 3. Natural convection heat transfer in buildings and other confined geometries, 4. Scale analysis for the transient flow due to natural convection, 5. Magnetic convection, 6. Building Energy.
1. Heat and Mass Transfer including Phase Change Materials (PCM) and Heat Exchangers: This group’s research in this domain focuses on the utilization of Phase Change Materials (PCMs) for enhancing thermal energy storage systems. Dr. Suvash C. Saha and his collaborators investigate the integration of PCMs in heat exchangers to improve their efficiency. Their work encompasses both numerical and experimental analysis to understand PCM behavior during phase transitions. By studying the melting and solidification processes, they aim to optimize the heat transfer rates and storage capacities of these materials. Numerical simulations provide detailed insights into the thermal and fluid flow characteristics, while experimental studies validate these models and explore practical implementations. The team explores various PCM configurations, such as encapsulated PCMs and PCM slurry systems, to enhance the thermal conductivity and heat transfer rates.
The group’s innovative approach also includes the development of hybrid heat exchangers that combine PCMs with other advanced materials, such as nanofluids and metal foams, to further improve thermal performance. These hybrid systems leverage the high latent heat storage capacity of PCMs along with the superior thermal conductivity of other materials. For instance, integrating metal foams with PCMs can significantly enhance heat transfer rates by providing a larger surface area for heat exchange. Similarly, incorporating nanofluids can improve the overall thermal conductivity and heat capacity of the system. This multidisciplinary research not only aims at improving the efficiency of thermal energy storage systems but also focuses on practical applications, such as enhancing the performance of HVAC systems, solar thermal collectors, and industrial heat exchangers. Figures 1 and 2 illustrate typical PCMbased heat exchangers and the enhanced heat transfer mechanisms in hybrid systems.
2. Solar Thermal Energy Technology: This group’s work in solar thermal energy technology revolves around the development and optimization of solar collectors and systems. He explores the design and performance of different types of solar collectors, such as flat plate and parabolic trough collectors. His research aims to enhance the efficiency of solar thermal systems through innovative designs and materials, including the use of PCMs for thermal storage in solar collectors.
3. Natural Convection Heat Transfer in Buildings and Other Confined Geometries: In this area, Dr. Saha and his group investigate the dynamics of natural convection heat transfer within buildings and other confined spaces. His studies focus on understanding the flow patterns and heat transfer mechanisms in enclosures with varying geometries. He employs both numerical simulations and experimental methods to analyze the effects of different parameters, such as aspect ratio and boundary conditions, on natural convection heat transfer.
4. Scale Analysis for the Transient Flow due to Natural Convection: Dr. Saha’s previous research includes scale analysis of transient natural convection flows. He examines the temporal evolution of flow fields and thermal profiles in natural convection scenarios. His work involves developing analytical models to predict transient behavior and validate these models through experimental data. This research helps in understanding the scaling laws governing transient natural convection flows in various applications.
5. Magnetic Convection: In the field of magnetic convection, Dr. Saha and his group explore the influence of magnetic fields on convective heat transfer. His research includes studying the impact of magnetic fields on fluid flow and heat transfer characteristics in different geometries and configurations. He aims to develop a fundamental understanding of how magnetic fields can be used to control and enhance heat transfer processes.
6. Building Energy: This group’s research on building energy focuses on improving energy efficiency and sustainability in building designs. He investigates various aspects of building energy consumption, including heating, ventilation, and air conditioning (HVAC) systems. His work includes the development of energyefficient building materials, the integration of renewable energy sources, and the application of advanced control strategies to optimize energy use in buildings.

M. Islam, S. C. Saha, P. K. D. V. Yarlagadda, A. Karim, “A tool to minimise the need of Monte Carlo ray tracing code for 3D finite volume modelling of a standard parabolic trough collector receiver under a realistic solar flux profile”, Energy Science & Engineering, Accepted on 04/05/2020. [IF: 2.893] Q1
 S. C. Saha A. M. Sefidan, A. Sojoudi, “Unsteady natural convection within an atticshaped space subject to sinusoidal heat flux on Inclined walls”, Journal of Energy Engineering, 117. (2020) pp. 117 [IF: 2.829] Q4
 S. Alzahran, M.S. Islam, S. C. Saha, F. Xu, “Thermal performance investigation in a novel corrugated plate heat exchanger”, International Journal of Heat and Mass Transfer, 148 (2020) Article number 119095 [IF: 4.346] Q1.
 R.A. Rouf, N. Jahan, K.C. Alam, A.A. Sultan, B.B. Saha, S. C. Saha, “Improved cooling capacity of a solar heat driven adsorption chiller”, Case Studies in Thermal Engineering, (2020), Article number: 100568. Q1.
 A. Robone, S. Kuruneru, M. S. Islam, S. C. Saha, “A macroscopic particle modelling approach for nonisothermal solidgas and solidliquid flows through porous media”, Applied Thermal Engineering, 162 (2019) pp. 114232 1 – 15. [IF: 4.026]. Q1
 S. Alzahran, M.S. Islam, S. C. Saha, “A thermohydraulic characteristics investigation in corrugated plate heat exchanger”, Energy Procedia, 160 (2019) pp. 597 – 605.
 H. Cui, F. Xu, S. C. Saha, Q. Liu, “Transient free convection heat transfer in a section triangular prismatic enclosure with different aspect ratios”, International Journal of Thermal Sciences, 139 (2019) pp. 282 – 291. [IF: 3.488] Q1
 S.T.W. Kuruneru, S. C. Saha, E. Sauret, Y.T. Gu, “Transient heat transfer and non isothermal particleladen gas flows through porous metal foams of differing structure”. Applied Thermal Engineering, 150 (2019) pp. 888 – 903. [IF: 4.026]. Q1.
 M. Babayan, A. E. Mazraeh, M. Yari, N. A. Niazi, S. C. Saha, “Hydrogen production with a photovoltaic thermal system enhanced by phase change materials, Shiraz, Iran case study” Journal of Cleaner Production, 215 (2019) pp. 1262 – 1278. [IF: 6.395]. Q1.
 S. T. W. Kuruneru, E. Marechal, M. Deligant, S. Khelladi, F. Ravelet, S. C. Saha, E. Sauret, Y.T. Gu, “A comparative study of mixed resolvedunresolved CFDDEM and unresolved CFDDEM methods for the solution of particleladen liquid flows”, Archives of Computational Methods in Engineering, Online (2018) [IF: 7.242] Q1
 S. Bhowmick, S. C. Saha, M. Qiao, F. Xu, “Transition to a chaotic flow in a Vshaped triangular cavity heated from below”, International Journal of Heat and Mass Transfer, 128 (2019) pp. 76 – 86. [IF: 4.346] Q1
 M. M. Molla, M. J. Haque, M. A. I. Khan, S. C. Saha, “GPU accelerated multiple relaxationtime Lattice Boltzmann simulation of convective flows in a porous media”, Frontiers in Mechanical Engineering, Online (2018) Q2
 A. E. Mazraeh, M. Babayan, M. Yari, A. M. Sefidan, S. C. Saha, “Theoretical study on the performance of a solar still system integrated with PCMPV module for sustainable water and power generation”, Desalination, 443 (2018) pp. 184 – 197. [IF: 6.035] Q1
 M. Qiao, F. Xu, S. C. Saha, “Numerical study of the transition to chaos of a buoyant plume from a twodimensional open cavity heated from below”, Applied Mathematical Modelling, 61 (2018) pp. 577 – 592. [IF: 2.841] Q1
 S. Bhowmick, F. Xu, X. Zhang, S. C. Saha, “Natural convection and heat transfer in a valley shaped cavity filled with initially stratified water”, International Journal of Thermal Sciences, 128 (2018) pp. 59 – 69. [IF: 3.488] Q1
 H. Zhai, F. Xu, Y. Hou, S. C. Saha, “Natural convection and heat transfer on a section triangular roof”. International Communications in Heat and Mass Transfer, 92 (2018) pp. 23 – 30. [IF: 4.127] Q1
 S.T.W. Kuruneru, E. Sauret, S. C. Saha, Y.T. Gu, “Coupled CFDDEM simulation of oscillatory particleladen fluid flow through a porous metal foam heat exchanger: mitigation of particulate fouling”. Chemical Engineering Science, 179 (2018) pp. 32 – 52. [IF: 3.372] Q1.
 M. Taghilou, A. M. Sefidan, A. Sojoudi, S. C. Saha, “Solidliquid phase change investigation through a double pipe heat exchanger dealing with time dependent boundary conditions” Applied Thermal Engineering, 128 (2018) pp. 725 – 736. [IF: 4.026]. Q1.
 S.T.W. Kuruneru, E. Sauret, S. C. Saha, Y.T. Gu, “Two and Fourway coupling of cohesive polydisperse particulate foulants in porous media immersed in quiescent fluid”, International Communications in Heat and Mass Transfer, 89 (2017) pp. 176 – 184. [IF: 4.127] Q1
 J. Ma, F. Xu, S. C. Saha, “Flows and heat transfer of transition to unsteady state in a finned cavity for different Prandtl numbers”, International Communications in Heat and Mass Transfer, 88 (2017) pp. 220 – 227, [IF: 4.127]. Q1.
 Y. Ma, S. C. Saha, W. Miller, L. Guan,“Comparison of different solarassisted air condi tioning systems for Australian office buildings”. Energies, 10 (2017), article number 1463 [IF: 2.707], Nominated for the cover page of this issue, Q1.
 M. Qiao, F. Xu, S. C. Saha, “Scaling analysis and numerical simulation of natural convection from a duct”, Numerical Heat Transfer, Part A: Applications, 72 (2017) pp. 355 – 371, [IF: 1.953]. Q1.
 S.T.W. Kuruneru, E. Sauret, K. Vafai, S. C. Saha, Y.T. Gu, “Analysis of particleladen fluid flows, tortuosity and streamline patterns in porous metal foam heat exchangers”. Chemical Engineering Science, 172 (2017) pp. 677 – 687, [IF: 3.372] Q1.
 S.T.W. Kuruneru, E. Sauret, S. C. Saha, Y.T. Gu, “A coupled finite volume & discrete element method to examine particulate foulant transport in metal foam heat exchangers”. International Journal of Heat and Mass Transfer , 15 (2017) pp. 43 – 61, [IF: 4.346] Q1.
 Y. Ma, S. C. Saha, W. Miller, L. Guan,“Parametric analysis of design parameters on the performance of a solar desiccant evaporative cooling system in Brisbane, Australia”. Energies, 10 (2017) pp. 849 – 1 – 21. [IF: 2.707] Q1.
 A. M. Sefidan, A. Sojoudi, S. C. Saha, M. Cholette, “Multilayer PCM solidification in a finned triplex tube considering natural convection”. Applied Thermal Engineering, 123 (2017) pp. 901 – 916. [IF: 4.026] Q1.
 A.M. Sefidan, A. Ali, S.C. Saha, “Nanofluidbased cooling of cylindrical lithiumion battery packs employing forced air flow”. International Journal of Thermal Sciences, 117 (2017) pp. 44 – 58. [IF: 3.488] Q1.
 C.S. From, E. Sauret, S.W. Armfield, S.C. Saha, Y.T. Gu, “Turbulent dense gas flow characteristics in swirling conical diffuser”. Computers & Fluids, 149, (2017), pp. 100 – 118. [IF: 2.223] Q1.
 S.T.W. Kuruneru, E. Sauret, S. C. Saha, Y.T. Gu, “A novel experimental method to assess particle deposition in idealized porous channels”. Heat Transfer Engineering. 38, (2017), pp. 1008 – 1017. [IF: 1.703] Q1.
 H. Cui, F. Xu, S. C. Saha, “Transition to unsteady natural convection flow in a prismatic enclosure of triangular section”, International Journal of Thermal Sciences, 111, (2017), pp. 330 – 339. [IF: 3.488]. Q1.
 S.T.W. Kuruneru, E. Sauret, S. C. Saha, Y.T. Gu,“Numerical investigation of temporal evolution of particulate fouling in metal foams for aircooled heat exchangers”, Applied Energy, 184 (2016), pp. 531 – 547. [IF: 8.426] Q1.
 S.UlIslam, H. Rahman, W. S. Abbasi, S. C. Saha, T. Shahina, “Numerical investigation of flow past row of rectangular rods”, Alexandria Engineering Journal, 55 (2016), pp. 2351 – 2365, [IF: 3.696] Q1.
 A. Sojoudi, S. C. Saha, A. M. Sefidan, Y.T. Gu, “Natural convection subject to sinusoidal thermal forcing on inclined walls and heat source located on bottom wall of an atticshaped space”, Energy and Buildings, 128, (2016), pp. 845 – 866. [IF: 4.495] Q1.
 A. Sojoudi, M. Khezerloo, S. C. Saha, Y. T. Gu, “Effect of rotating cylinder on heat transfer in a differentially heated rectangular enclosure filled with Power Law nonNewtonian fluid”, International Journal of Numerical Methods for Heat and Fluid Flow, 26 (2016), pp.1910 – 1931. [IF: 1.958] Q2.
 S. Mojumder, K. M. Rabbi, S. Saha, M. N. Hasan, S. C. Saha, “Magnetic field effect on natural convection and entropy generation in a halfmoon shaped cavity with semicircular bottom heater having different ferrofluid inside”, Journal of Magnetism and Magnetic Mate rials, 407, (2016), pp.412 – 424 [IF: 2.683] Q2
 A. Sojoudi, S. C. Saha, F. Xu, Y. T. Gu, “Transient air flow and heat transfer due to differential heating on inclined walls and heat source placed on the bottom wall in a partitioned attic shaped space”, Energy and Buildings, 113, (2016), pp. 39 – 50. [IF: 4.495] Q1.
 S.Ul Islam, S. Islam, H. Rahman, Z. C. Ying, S. C. Saha, “Comparison of wake structures and force measurements behind three sidebyside cylinders”, Journal of the Brazilian Society of Mechanical Sciences and Engineering, 38, (2016), pp. 843 – 858. [IF: 1.743] Q2.
 M. Bovand, S. Rashidi, J. A. Esfahani, S. C. Saha, Y. T. Gu, M. Dehesht, “Control of flow around a circular cylinder wrapped with a porous layer by Magnetohydrodynamic”, Journal of Magnetism and Magnetic Materials, 401, (2016), pp. 1078 – 1087. [IF: 2.683] Q2.
 S. Hussain, N. C. Roy, M. A. Hossain, S. C. Saha, “Effect of fluctuating surface heat and mass flux on natural convection flow along a vertical flat plate”, Mathematical Problems in Engineering, 2015, (2015), pp. 258016, 15 pages [IF: 1.179] Q2.
 H. Rahman, SUl Islam, Z. C. Ying, T. Kiyani, S. C. Saha,“On the effect of Reynolds number for flow past three sidebyside square cylinders for unequal gap spacings” KSCE Journal of Civil Engineering, 19 (2015) pp. 233 – 247, [IF: 1.428] Q2.
 S. Siddiqa, M. A. Hossain, S. C. Saha, “Twophase natural convection flow of a dusty fluid”, International Journal of Numerical Methods for Heat and Fluid Flow, 25 (2015) pp. 1542 – 1556. [IF: 1.958] Q2.
 H. Cui, F. Xu, S. C. Saha, “A threedimensional simulation of transient natural convection in a triangular cavity” International Journal of Heat and Mass Transfer, 85 (2015) pp. 1012 – 1022, [IF: 4.346] Q1.
 A. Sojoudi, S. C. Saha, Y. T. Gu, “Natural convection due to differential heating of inclined walls and heat source placed on bottom wall of an attic shaped space”, Energy and Buildings, 89 (2015) pp. 153 – 162. [IF: 4.495] Q1.
 S. C. Saha, Y. T. Gu, “Natural convection in a triangular enclosure heated from below and nonuniformly cooled from top”, International Journal of Heat and Mass Transfer, 80 (2015) pp. 529 – 538. [IF: 4.346] Q1.
 S. Bhowmick, M. M. Molla, M. Mia, S. C. Saha, “NonNewtonian mixed convection flow from a horizontal circular cylinder with uniform surface heat flux”, Procedia Engineering, 90 (2014) pp. 516 – 522.
 A. Sojoudi, S. C. Saha, M. Khezerloo, Y. T. Gu, “Unsteady natural convection within a porous enclosure of sinusoidal corrugated side walls”, Transport in Porous Media, 104 (2014) pp. 537 – 552. [IF: 1.997] Q1.
 S. C. Saha, E. Sauret, Y. T. Gu, “Magnetic convection heat transfer in an open ended enclosure filled with paramagnetic fluids”, Applied Mechanics and Materials, 553 (2014) pp. 109 – 114, Q4.
 S. Siddiqa, M. A. Hossain, S. C. Saha, “The effect of thermal radiation on the natural convection boundary layer flow over a wavy horizontal surface”, International Journal of Thermal Sciences, 84 (2014) pp. 143 – 150. [IF: 3.488] Q1.
 M. Saleem, M. A. Hossain, S. C. Saha, Y. T. Gu, “Heat transfer analysis of viscous incom pressible fluid by combined natural convection and radiation in an open cavity”, Mathematical Problems in Engineering, 2014 (2014), Article ID 412480, 14 pages [IF: 1.179] Q2.
 A. Sojoudi, A. Mazloomi, S. C. Saha, Y. T. Gu, “Similarity solutions for flow and heat transfer of nonNewtonian fluid over a stretching surface”, Journal of Applied Mathematics, 2014 (2014), Article ID 718319, 8 pages [IF: 0.720] Q4.
 F. Xu, S. C. Saha, “Transition to an unsteady flow induced by a fin on the sidewall of a differentially heated airfilled cavity and heat transfer”, International Journal of Heat and Mass Transfer, 71 (2014) pp. 236 – 244. [IF: 4.346] Q1.
 M. F. Ismail, M. N. Hasan, S. C. Saha, “Numerical study of turbulent fluid flow and heat transfer in lateral perforated extended surfaces”, Energy, 64 (2014) pp. 632 – 639. [IF: 5.537] Q1.
 M. Islam, M. A. Karim, S. C. Saha, S. Miller, and P. K. D. V. Yarlagadda, “Development of empirical equations for irradiance profile of a standard parabolic trough collector using Monte Carlo ray tracing technique”, Advanced Materials Research, 860863 (2014) pp. 180 – 190, Q4.
 S. C. Saha, M. M. K. Khan, Y. T. Gu, “Unsteady buoyancy driven flows and heat transfer through coupled thermal boundary layers in a triangular enclosure”, International Journal of Heat and Mass Transfer, 68 (2014) pp. 375 – 382., [IF: 4.346] Q1.
 M. Saleem, M. A. Hossain, S. C. Saha, “Double diffusive Marangoni convection flow of electrically conducting fluid in a square cavity with chemical reaction and heat generation”, Journal of Heat Transfer – Transactions of the ASME, 136 (2014) pp. 062001, [IF: 1.479] Q2.
 S. C. Saha, Y. T. Gu, “Transient air flow and heat transfer in a triangular enclosure with a conducting partition”, Applied Mathematical Modelling, 38 (2014) pp. 3879 – 3887 [IF: 2.841] Q1.
 W. S. Abbasi, S.UlIslam, S. C. Saha, Y. T. Gu, Z. C. Ying, “Effect of Reynolds numbers on flow past four square cylinders in an inline square configuration for different gap spacings”, Journal of Mechanical Science and Technology, 28 (2014) pp. 539 – 552. [IF: 1.221] Q2.
 A. Sojoudi, S. C. Saha, Y. T. Gu, M. A. Hossain, “Steady natural convection of non Newtonian Powerlaw fluid in a trapezoidal enclosure”, Advances in Mechanical Engineering, 2013 (2013) Article ID: 653108, [IF: 1.024] Q3.
 E. Sauret, S. C. Saha, Y. T. Gu, “Numerical simulations of particle deposition in metal foam heat exchangers”, International Journal of Computational Materials Science and Engineering, 02 (3 & 4) (2014) pp.1350016 [9 pages]. Q3.
 S. C. Saha, “Effect of MHD and heat generation on natural convection flow in an open square cavity under microgravity condition” Engineering Computations, 30 (2013). pp. 5 – 20. [IF: 1.246] Q1.
 S. Siddiqa, M. A. Hossain, S. C. Saha, “Natural convection flow with surface radiation along a vertical wavy surface” Numerical Heat Transfer, Part A: Applications, 64 (2013) pp. 400 – 415. [IF: 1.953] Q1.
 M. N. Hasan, S. C. Saha, Y. T. Gu, “Mixed convection over a horizontal plate with stream wise nonuniform surface temperature”, Journal of Heat Transfer – Transactions of the ASME, 135, (2013) pp. 072501 (9 pages) [IF: 1.479] Q2.
 S. Siddiqa, M. A. Hossain, S. C. Saha, “Natural convection flow in a strong cross magnetic field with radiation”, Journal of Fluids Engineering – Transactions of the ASME, 135, (2013) pp. 051202 (9 pages) [IF: 1.720] Q1.
 M. A. Hossain, M. Saleem, S. C. Saha, A. Nakayama, “Conductionradiation effect on natu ral convection flow in a fluidsaturated nonDarcy porous medium enclosed by nonisothermal walls”. Applied Mathematics and Mechanics (English edition), 34(6), (2013) pp. 687 – 702. [IF: 1.699] Q2.
 M. Saleem, M. A. Hossain, S. C. Saha, “Mixed convection flow of micropolar fluid in an open ended arcshape cavity” Journal of Fluids Engineering – Transactions of the ASME, 134 (2012) pp. 091101 (9 pages) [IF: 1.720] Q1.
 S. Siddiqa, M. A. Hossain, S. C. Saha, “Double diffusive magnetoconvection fluid flow in a strong cross magnetic field with uniform surface heat and mass flux”, Journal of Heat Transfer – Transactions of the ASME, 134 (2012) pp. 114506 (9 pages) [IF: 1.479] Q2.
 S. Siddiqa, M. A. Hossain, S. C. Saha, “Double diffusive magnetoconvection fluid flow in a strong cross magnetic field with uniform surface heat and mass flux”, Journal of Heat Transfer – Transactions of the ASME, 134 (2012) pp. 114506 (9 pages) [IF: 1.479] Q2.
 S. C. Saha, R. J. Brown, Y. T. Gu, “Prandtl number scaling of the unsteady natural con vection boundary layer adjacent to a vertical flat plate for Pr > 1 subject to ramp surface heat flux”. International Journal of Heat and Mass Transfer, 55 (2012) pp. 7046 – 7055. [IF: 4.346] Q1.
 S. C. Saha, Y. T. Gu, “Prandtl number scaling of natural convection of an inclined flat plate due to uniform surface heat flux”. ANZIAM J, 53 (2012) pp. C387 – C403. [IF: 0.333] Q4.
 M. N. Hasan, S. C. Saha, Y. T. Gu, “Unsteady natural convection within an differentially heated enclosure of sinusoidal corrugated side walls”. International Journal of Heat and Mass Transfer, 55 (2012) pp. 5696 – 5708. [IF: 4.346] Q1.
 S. C. Saha, Y. T. Gu, “Free convection in a triangular enclosure with fluidsaturated porous medium and internal heat generation”, ANZIAM J. 53 (2012) C127 – C141. [IF: 0.333]. Q4.
 S. C. Saha, Y. T. Gu, “Natural convection in a triangular enclosure due to nonuniform cooling on top”, ANZIAM J. 53 (2012) pp. C53 – C68. [IF: 0.333] Q4.
 M. M. Molla, S. C. Saha, M. A. I. Khan, “MHD natural convection flow from an isothermal horizontal circular cylinder under consideration of temperature dependent viscosity”, Engi neering Computations, 29(8) (2012) pp. 875 – 887 [IF: 1.246] Q1.
 S. C. Saha, R. J. Brown, Y. T. Gu, “Scaling for the Prandtl number of the natural convection boundary layer of an inclined flat plate under uniform surface heat flux”. International Journal of Heat and Mass Transfer, 55 (2012) pp. 2394 – 2401. [IF: 4.346] Q1.
 S. C. Saha, M. M. K. Khan, “An improved boundary layer scaling with ramp heating on a sloping plate” International Journal of Heat and Mass Transfer, 55 (2012) pp. 2268 – 2284. [IF: 4.346] Q1.
 M. N. Hasan, S. Saha, S. C. Saha, “Effects of corrugation frequency and aspect ratio on natural convection within an enclosure having sinusoidal corrugation over a heated top surface” International Communications in Heat and Mass Transfer, 39 (2012) pp. 368 – 377. [IF: 4.127] Q1.
 S. C. Saha, Y. T. Gu, M. M. Molla, S. Siddiqa, M. A. Hossain, “Natural convection from a vertical plate embedded in a stratified medium with uniform heat source.” Desalination and Water Treatment, 44 (2012) pp. 7 – 14. [IF: 1.234] Q2.
 M. M. Molla, S. C. Saha, M. A. I. Khan, “Natural convection flow in a porous enclosure with localized heating from below”, JP Journal of Heat and Mass Transfer, 6 (2012) pp. 1 – 16. Q4.
 M. M. Molla, S. C. Saha, M. A. Hossain, “The effect of temperature dependent viscosity on MHD natural convection flow from an isothermal sphere”, Journal of Applied Fluid Mechanics, 5 (2012) pp. 25 – 31. [IF: 0.914] Q2.
 S. C. Saha, “Scaling of free convection heat transfer in a triangular cavity for Pr > 1” Energy and Buildings, 43 (2011) pp. 2908 – 2917. [IF: 4.495] Q1.
 S. C. Saha, M. M. K. Khan, “A review of natural convection and heat transfer in atticshaped space” Energy and Buildings, 43 (2011) pp. 2564 – 2571. [IF: 4.495] Q1.
 S. C. Saha, F. Xu, M. M. Molla, “Scaling analysis of the unsteady natural convection boundary layer adjacent to an inclined plate for Pr > 1 following instantaneous heating”, Journal of Heat Transfer – Transactions of the ASME, 133, (2011) pp. 112501. [IF: 1.479] Q2.
 S. C. Saha, “Unsteady natural convection in a triangular enclosure under isothermal heating” Energy and Buildings, 43 (2011) pp. 695 – 703. [IF: 4.495] Q1.
 M. M. Molla, S. C. Saha, M.A.I. Khan, M.A. Hossain, “Radiation effects on natural con vection laminar flow from a horizontal circular cylinder”, Desalination and Water Treatment, 30 (2011) pp. 89 – 97. [IF: 1.234] Q2.
 M. M. Molla, S. C. Saha, M. A. Hossain, “Radiation effect on free convection laminar flow along a vertical flat plate with streamwise sinusoidal surface temperature” Mathematical and Computer Modelling, 53 (2011) pp. 1310 – 1319. [IF: 1.366] Q2.
 S. C. Saha, J. C. Patterson, C. Lei, “Scaling of natural convection of an inclined flat plate: Sudden cooling condition”, Journal of Heat Transfer – Transactions of the ASME, 133 (4) (2011) pp. 041503. [IF: 1.479] Q2.
 S. C. Saha, J. C. Patterson, C. Lei, “Scaling of natural convection of an inclined flat plate: Ramp cooling condition”, International Journal of Heat and Mass Transfer, 53 (2010) pp. 5156 – 5166. [IF: 4.346] Q1.
 S. C. Saha, J. C. Patterson, C. Lei, “Natural convection boundarylayer adjacent to an inclined flat plate subject to sudden and ramp heating” International Journal of Thermal Sciences, 49 (2010) pp. 1600 – 1612. [IF: 3.488] Q1.
 S. C. Saha, J. C. Patterson, C. Lei, “Natural convection in atticshaped spaces subject to sudden and ramp heating boundary conditions”, Heat and Mass Transfer, 46 (2010) pp. 621 – 638. [IF: 1.551] Q1.
 S. C. Saha, J. C. Patterson, C. Lei, “Natural convection and heat transfer in attics subject to periodic thermal forcing”, International Journal of Thermal Sciences, 49 (2010) pp. 1899 – 1910. [IF: 3.488] Q1.
 S. C. Saha, J. C. Patterson, C. Lei, “Natural convection in attics subject to instantaneous and ramp cooling boundary conditions”, Energy and Buildings, 42 (2010) pp. 1192 – 1204. [IF: 4.495] Q1.
 S. C. Saha, C. Lei, J. C. Patterson, “Effect of aspect ratio on natural convection in attics subject to periodic thermal forcing”, ANZIAM J., 48 (2007) pp C677 – C691, [IF: 0.333] Q4. 2005
 M. A. Hossain, S. C. Saha, R. S. R. Gorla, “Viscous dissipation effects on natural convection from a vertical plate with uniform surface heat flux placed in a thermally stratified media” International Journal of Fluid Mechanics Research, 32 (2005) pp. 269 – 280. Q3
 S. C. Saha, M. A. Hossain, “Natural convection flow with combined buoyancy effects due to thermal and mass diffusion in a thermally stratified media” Nonlinear Analysis: Modelling and Control, 9 (2004) pp. 89 – 102. [IF: 2.339] Q2.
 S. C. Saha, C. Akhter, M. A. Hossain, “Natural convection from a plane vertical porous surface in non isothermal surroundings” Nonlinear Analysis: Modelling and Control, 9 (2004) pp. 1 – 20. [IF: 2.339] Q2.