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In most cases authors are permitted to post their version of the article (e.g. in Word or Tex form) to their personal website or institutional repository. Authors requiring further information regarding Elsevier's archiving and manuscript policies are encouraged to visit: Keywords: Multi-phase flows Phase field models Interface capturing Shocks a b s t r a… (More)

This article presents a family of very high-order non-uniform grid compact finite difference schemes with spatial orders of accuracy ranging from 4th to 20th for the incompressible Navier–Stokes equations. The high-order compact schemes on non-uniform grids developed in Shukla and Zhong [R.K. Shukla, X. Zhong, Derivation of high-order compact finite… (More)

Shock waves in liquids are known to cause spherical gas bubbles to rapidly collapse and form strong re-entrant jets in the direction of the propagating shock. The interaction of these jets with an adjacent viscous liquid is investigated using finite-volume simulation methods. This configuration serves as a model for tissue injury during shock-wave… (More)

- C M Chaturvedi, V P Singh, P Singh, P Basu, M Singaravel, R K Shukla +5 others
- 2011

—Present study examines biological effects of 2.45 GHz microwave radiation in Parkes strain mice. Forty-day-old mice were exposed to CW (continuous wave) microwave radiation (2 h/day for 30 days). Locomotor activity was recorded on running wheel for 12 days prior to microwave exposure (pre-exposure), 7 days during the first week of exposure (short-term… (More)

- Shalini Sharma, R K Shukla
- 2011

Since the beginning of globalization of business and services, Human elements are becoming more important input for the success of any corporate enterprise. It helps the management to frame policies for human resources. Human Resource Accounting is a process of identifying and measuring data about human resources. Measurement of the investment in human… (More)

- D Bahuguna, J Dabas, R K Shukla
- 2008

In this work we consider a hyperbolic integro-differential equation in R n. We reformulate it into an evolution equation in a suitable Hilbert space and establish the existence and uniqueness of a strong solution using the method of lines and the theory of semigroups of contractions in a Hilbert space.

- Manoj K Chaudhary, V K Singh, R K Shukla
- 2012

The present paper focuses on the study of combined-type family of estimators of population mean in stratified random sampling in the presence of non-response. In this paper, we have suggested a family of factor-type estimators of population mean in stratified random sampling under non-response using an auxiliary variable. The properties of the family have… (More)