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Effects of Radiation and Radiation Absorption on Unsteady MHD Flow Past a Vertical Porous Flat Plate in a Rotating System with Chemical Reaction in a Nanofluid


Volume: 1 Issue: 1
Year of Publication: 2019
Authors: J.L. Rama Prasad, G. Dharmaiah , K. S. Balamurugan



Abstract

In this paper unsteady MHD Ag-nanofluid based boundary flow in a rotating system by means of chemical reaction as well as radiation in presence of heat absorption has been investigated. The partial differential equations of system were solved using perturbation technique. The influence of diverse physical parameters on concentration, velocity as well as temperature fields is illustrated graphically. In this examination it was established that the Nano fluid velocity rises with the enhancement of porous medium and thermal radiation. However, concentration, velocity as well as temperature declined with amplification in chemical reaction.

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Keywords

Radiation, Ag-water Nanofluid, sphere shape particles, heat transfer, porous.




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