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Impact of inclined outer velocity in MHD Casson fluid over stretching sheet


Volume: 1 Issue: 1
Year of Publication: 2019
Authors: Renu Devi, Vikas Poply, Manimala



Abstract

This manuscript discussed the influence of inclined outer velocity on heat and flow transference in boundary layer Casson fluid over stretching sheet. The flow is adopted to have magnetic field in the uniform manner on stretching surface. It has been taken that in both directions along the horizontal axis, the sheet is stretched. Using similarity transformations, the generating equations representing the heat and flow transportation are converted to ordinary differential equations. The flow is influenced by magnetic parameter, Casson fluid parameter, Prandtl number and the impinging angle parameter. The numerical solutions of the transformed equations have been computed by the Runge-Kutta Fehlberg method using shooting procedure. Behavior of emerging parameters is depicted graphically. Acceptance of the extant technique used in current study is correlated with the existing outcomes.

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Keywords

Casson fluid; MHD; outer velocity; oblique flow.




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