Poiseuille Flow of Conducting Jeffrey Fluid Between Parallel Plates When one of the Walls is Provided with Porous Lining

AUTHOR AND
AFFILIATION

B.REDDAPPA1, S. SREENADH2*, K. KUMARASWAMY NAIDU1 and A. PARANDHAMA1
1Department of Mathematics, Sree Vidyanikethan Engineering College,Tirupati-517102 (India)
2Department of Mathematics, Sri Venkateswara University,Tirupati- 517502 (India)
*Corresponding author email: profsreenadh@gmail.com

KEYWORDS:

Parallel Plate channel, Jeffrey fluid, porous lining, MHD.

Issue Date:

April 2016

Pages:

ISSN:

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

Source:

Vol.28 – No.1

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ABSTRACT:

MHD flow of a Jeffrey fluid in a parallel plate channel is investigated when the walls are provided with non-erodible porous lining. The flow in the free flow region is governed by Jeffrey model and the flow in the porous region is described by Darcy law. The influence of the thickness of porous lining on the velocity field in the channel has been studied. The results are depicted graphically and discussed for various relevant parameters. It is observed that the velocity increases with the increase in Jeffrey parameter whereas the opposite behavior is noticed due to the increase in magnetic parameterM. It is also found that the skin friction is higher for non-Newtonian Jeffrey fluid when compared with Newtonian fluid.

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B.REDDAPPA1, S. SREENADH2*, K. KUMARASWAMY NAIDU1 and A. PARANDHAMA1, “Poiseuille Flow of Conducting Jeffrey Fluid Between Parallel Plates When one of the Walls is Provided with Porous Lining”, Journal of Ultra Scientist of Physical Sciences, Volume 28, Issue 1, Page Number , 2016


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B.REDDAPPA1, S. SREENADH2*, K. KUMARASWAMY NAIDU1 and A. PARANDHAMA1, “Poiseuille Flow of Conducting Jeffrey Fluid Between Parallel Plates When one of the Walls is Provided with Porous Lining”, Journal of Ultra Scientist of Physical Sciences, Volume 28, Issue 1, Page Number , 2016

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