Effect of Hall Currents on Convective Heat and Mass Transfer Flow of a Viscous Electrically Conducting Fluid in A Nonuniformly Heated Vertical Channel with Radiation
Journal of Advanced Research in Fluid Mechanics and Thermal Sciences
In the present document we inspect the deportation study of heat and mass transfer flow of a viscous electrically conducting fluid in a vertical wavy channel under the influence of an inclined magnetic fluid with heat generating sources. The walls of the channels are perpetuated at constant temperature and concentration. The equations reign over the flow heat and concentration are solved by employing perturbation technique with a slope δ of the wavy wall. The velocity, temperature and concentration distributions are investigated for a different value of Grashof number Hartmann number, Buoyancy ratio etc. The rate of heat and mass transfer are numerically estimated for a different variation of the governing parameters. It is found that higher the Lorentz force lesser the axial velocity in the flow region. An increase in the Hall parameter (m) enhances the axial velocity.
Nagasasikala, Madduleti and Lavanya, Bommanna, "Effect of Hall Currents on Convective Heat and Mass Transfer Flow of a Viscous Electrically Conducting Fluid in A Nonuniformly Heated Vertical Channel with Radiation" (2020). Open Access Archive. 449.