MHD flow of a conducting visco-elastic Rivlin- Ericksen (1955) fluid through porous medium in a long uniform rectangular duct due to an impulsive pressure gradient acting at the central part of a section

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ANIL TRIPATHI*, A. K. SHARMA* and K.K. SINGH**

KEYWORDS:

unsteady flow

Issue Date:

April 2013

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ISSN:

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

Source:

Vol.25 – No.1

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ABSTRACT:

The aim of present problem is to study the unsteady flow of a conducting visco-elastic Rivlin-Ericksen10 type fluid through porous medium in a long uniform rectangular duct under the influence of an impulsive pressure gradient acting at the central part of a section and uniform magnetic field applied normally to the flow of fluid. The analytical expressions for velocity profile and flux have been determined by the application of transform technique. Some particular cases have been
discussed in detail. The results for the flow of ordinary viscous fluid have also been deduced by taking parameter

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The aim of present problem is to study the unsteady flow of a conducting visco-elastic Rivlin-Ericksen10 type fluid through porous medium in a long uniform rectangular duct under the influence of an impulsive pressure gradient acting at the central part of a section and uniform magnetic field applied normally to the flow of fluid. The analytical expressions for velocity profile and flux have been determined by the application of transform technique. Some particular cases have been
discussed in detail. The results for the flow of ordinary viscous fluid have also been deduced by taking parameter