MHD flow of visco-elastic [Oldroyd (1958) model] liquid of first order through porous media between two parallel flat plates

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AFFILIATION

RAVINDRA KUMAR1, K.K. SINGH and A.K. SHARMA2
1Department of Mathematics, Agra College, Agra U.P. (INDIA)
2Department of Mathematics, K.K.P.G.College Etawah U.P. (INDIA)
Email ID: rkpal.maths@gmail.com ; kk.singh@bsacet.org Email ID: aksharma.maths@gmail.com

KEYWORDS:

visco-elastic liquid

Issue Date:

August 2012

Pages:

ISSN:

2319-8044 (Online) – 2231-346X (Print)

Source:

Vol.24 – No.2

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ABSTRACT:

Present paper is concerned with the oscillatory motion of conducting visco-elastic [Oldroyd (1958) model] liquid of first order through porous medium between two infinite flat plates both of which execute simple harmonic motion in the plane of plates with different amplitudes and frequencies under the influence of an uniform magnetic field applied perpendicular to the flat plates. Some particular cases have also been discussed in detail.

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RAVINDRA KUMAR1, K.K. SINGH and A.K. SHARMA2, “MHD flow of visco-elastic [Oldroyd (1958) model] liquid of first order through porous media between two parallel flat plates”, Journal of Ultra Scientist of Physical Sciences, Volume 24, Issue 2, Page Number , 2016


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RAVINDRA KUMAR1, K.K. SINGH and A.K. SHARMA2, “MHD flow of visco-elastic [Oldroyd (1958) model] liquid of first order through porous media between two parallel flat plates”, Journal of Ultra Scientist of Physical Sciences, Volume 24, Issue 2, Page Number , 2016

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Present paper is concerned with the oscillatory motion of conducting visco-elastic [Oldroyd (1958) model] liquid of first order through porous medium between two infinite flat plates both of which execute simple harmonic motion in the plane of plates with different amplitudes and frequencies under the influence of an uniform magnetic field applied perpendicular to the flat plates. Some particular cases have also been discussed in detail.