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Computational Investigation Of Mhd Free Convection On A Flat Vertical Plate Embedded With Micro Polar Fluid

S.K. Gugulothu (), N. Prabhu Kishore, V.Phani Babu and Girish Sapre
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S.K. Gugulothu: Department of Mechanical Engineering, National Institute of Technology Hamirpur, India.
N. Prabhu Kishore: Department Of Mechanical Engineering, MLR Institute of Technology.
V.Phani Babu: Department Of Mechanical Engineering, MLR Institute of Technology
Girish Sapre: Department of Mechnical Engineering, CMR institute of Technology

Acta Mechanica Malaysia (AMM), 2019, vol. 2, issue 1, 16-22

Abstract: The theory of micropolar fluid has a wide range of applications in fluid mechanics and other related areas, in which coupling between the spin of each particle and microscopic velocity is taken into account. Using this theory many researchers have discussed the dynamics of micropolar fluid. The micropolar fluid flow equations constitute a coupled system of equations and are complicated. The aim of the present work is to study the free convection along a vertical plate heat and mass transfer in micropolar fluid in the presence of double stratification, MHD and suction/injection effects.

Keywords: MHD; micro polar fluid; convection; vertical plate; injection effects (search for similar items in EconPapers)
Date: 2019
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DOI: 10.26480/amm.01.2019.16.22

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