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VARIATION OF FLOW RATE IN CASE OF MHD FLOW OVER A MOVING INFINITE VERTICAL POROUS PLATE IN THE PRESENCE OF THERMAL RADIATION AND UNIFORM HEAT FLUX

1J.V.Ramana Murty 2K. Jhansi Rani and 3Ch. V. Ramana Murthy¬,

1National Institute of Technology

Warangal-506004

2Lakireddy Balireddy College of Engineering,

Mylavaram – 521230 (A.P.), India kjhansi83@gmail.com 3Vasavi Institute of Engineering and Technology,

Nandamuru – 521369 (A.P) India drchvr@gmail.com Abstract:

The case of variation of flow rate with respect to various flow entities in situation of MHD flow over a moving infinite vertical porous plate in the presence of thermal radiation has been examined in detail in this paper. The governing equations of motion have been solved to the*…show more content…*

Stokes. G. G. On the effects of Internal Friction of Fluids on the Motion of Pendulums, Camb.Phil. Trans IX, 2, Pp. 8 - 106. (1851).

2. Brinkman H.C, A calculation of viscous force extended by flowing fluid in a dense swarm of particles. Appl.sci.Res,A(1) Pp 27-34.(1947).

3. Stewartson. K., On the impulsive Motion of a Flat plate in a Viscous Fluid. Quarterly Jnl. of Mechanics and Applied Mathematics, IV, 2, Pp.182 – 198, (1951).

4. Berman. A. S.Laminer flow in a channel with porous walls.Jnl. Appl.Phys, 24, Pp 1232-1235, (1953).

5. Mori Y, on combined free and forced convective laminar MHD flow and heat transfer in channels with transverse magnetic field, international developments in heat transfer, ASME paper no.124,Pp 1031-1037(1961).

6. Macey R.I., Pressure flow patterns in a cylinder with reabsorbing walls, Bull Math. Bio phys, 25(1), (1963).

7. Hall. M. G .The Boundary Layer over an impulsively Started Flat plate, Proc. Roy. Soc. A. 310, 1502, Pp.401 – 414, (1969).

8. Chang. I. C. Yang. K. T.,Lloyd. J. R., Radiation Natural Convection Interactions in Two Dimensional Complex Enclosures, ASME. Jnl. Heat Transfer, 105, 1, Pp. 89 – 95,*…show more content…*

Mahajan. R. L., Gebhart. B. B., Viscous Dissipation Effects in Buoyancy-Induced Flows., Int. Jnl. of Heat Mass Transfer, 32, 7, Pp. 1380 – 1382, (1989).

10. Soundalgekar V. M. and Thaker H.S.: Radiation effects onfree convection flow past a semi infinite vertical plate .modeling measurement and control, vol.B51, Pp 31-40, (1993).

11. Das. U. N., Deka. R. K., Soundalgekar. V. M., Effects of Mass Transfer on Flow Past an Impulsively Started Infinite Vertical Plate with Constant Heat Flux and Chemical Reaction, Forschang im Ingenieurwesen, 60, 10, Pp. 284 – 287, (1994).

12. Hossain M. A. and Takhar, Radiation effect on mixed convection along a vertical plate with uniform surface temperature, Heat and Mass Transfer, 31, Pp. 243 – 248,

1J.V.Ramana Murty 2K. Jhansi Rani and 3Ch. V. Ramana Murthy¬,

1National Institute of Technology

Warangal-506004

2Lakireddy Balireddy College of Engineering,

Mylavaram – 521230 (A.P.), India kjhansi83@gmail.com 3Vasavi Institute of Engineering and Technology,

Nandamuru – 521369 (A.P) India drchvr@gmail.com Abstract:

The case of variation of flow rate with respect to various flow entities in situation of MHD flow over a moving infinite vertical porous plate in the presence of thermal radiation has been examined in detail in this paper. The governing equations of motion have been solved to the

Stokes. G. G. On the effects of Internal Friction of Fluids on the Motion of Pendulums, Camb.Phil. Trans IX, 2, Pp. 8 - 106. (1851).

2. Brinkman H.C, A calculation of viscous force extended by flowing fluid in a dense swarm of particles. Appl.sci.Res,A(1) Pp 27-34.(1947).

3. Stewartson. K., On the impulsive Motion of a Flat plate in a Viscous Fluid. Quarterly Jnl. of Mechanics and Applied Mathematics, IV, 2, Pp.182 – 198, (1951).

4. Berman. A. S.Laminer flow in a channel with porous walls.Jnl. Appl.Phys, 24, Pp 1232-1235, (1953).

5. Mori Y, on combined free and forced convective laminar MHD flow and heat transfer in channels with transverse magnetic field, international developments in heat transfer, ASME paper no.124,Pp 1031-1037(1961).

6. Macey R.I., Pressure flow patterns in a cylinder with reabsorbing walls, Bull Math. Bio phys, 25(1), (1963).

7. Hall. M. G .The Boundary Layer over an impulsively Started Flat plate, Proc. Roy. Soc. A. 310, 1502, Pp.401 – 414, (1969).

8. Chang. I. C. Yang. K. T.,Lloyd. J. R., Radiation Natural Convection Interactions in Two Dimensional Complex Enclosures, ASME. Jnl. Heat Transfer, 105, 1, Pp. 89 – 95,

Mahajan. R. L., Gebhart. B. B., Viscous Dissipation Effects in Buoyancy-Induced Flows., Int. Jnl. of Heat Mass Transfer, 32, 7, Pp. 1380 – 1382, (1989).

10. Soundalgekar V. M. and Thaker H.S.: Radiation effects onfree convection flow past a semi infinite vertical plate .modeling measurement and control, vol.B51, Pp 31-40, (1993).

11. Das. U. N., Deka. R. K., Soundalgekar. V. M., Effects of Mass Transfer on Flow Past an Impulsively Started Infinite Vertical Plate with Constant Heat Flux and Chemical Reaction, Forschang im Ingenieurwesen, 60, 10, Pp. 284 – 287, (1994).

12. Hossain M. A. and Takhar, Radiation effect on mixed convection along a vertical plate with uniform surface temperature, Heat and Mass Transfer, 31, Pp. 243 – 248,

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