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The flow in a thermally driven square cavity with adiabatic top and bottom walls and differentially heated vertical walls for a wide range of Rayleigh numbers (10(3)< or =Ra< or =10(7)) has been computed with a fourth-order accurate higher-order compact scheme, which was used earlier only for the stream-function vorticity (psi-omega) form of the(More)
In this paper, we propose an implicit high-order compact (HOC) finite-difference scheme for solving the two-dimensional (2D) unsteady Navier–Stokes (N–S) equations on irregular geometries on orthogonal grids. Our scheme is second order accurate in time and fourth order accurate in space. It is used to solve three pertinent fluid flow problems, namely, the(More)
Local drug delivery has received much recognition in recent years, yet it is still unpredictable how drug efficacy depends on physicochemical properties and delivery kinetics. The purpose of the current study is to provide a useful mathematical model for drug release from a drug delivery device and consecutive drug transport in biological tissue, thereby(More)
The present study aims to provide a comprehensive mathematical model for drug release from microparticles to the adjacent tissues. In the elucidation of drug release mechanisms, the role of mathematical modelling has been depicted thereby facilitating the development of new therapeutic drug by a systematic approach, rather than expensive experimental(More)
At first, a commitment to the interdisciplinary approach to patient care can be intimidating for many dentists and practices. You may think that it will take up too much time, be too complicated, or overwhelm your patients. In reality, it is exactly the opposite. By taking the initiative to create an interdisciplinary team, you will save time and energy in(More)
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