Effects of Soret, Rotation, Hall, and Ion Slip on Unsteady MHD Flow of A Jeffrey Fluid Through A Porous Medium in The Presence of Heat Absorption and Chemical Reaction
Kodi Raghunath†, Charankumar Ganteda‡, Giulio Lorenzini‡†
†Department of Humanities and Sciences, Bheema Institute of Technology and Science, Adoni, Kurnool Dist,
A.P, India, Pin-518301.
‡Department of Engineering Mathematics, College of Engineering, Koneru Lakshmaiah Education Foundation,
Vaddeswaram, AP, India.
‡†Department of Engineering and Architecture, University of Parma, Parco Area delle Scienze 181/A, Parma
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An unstable MHD free convection heat and mass transfer rotating flow of a viscous, incompressible, and electrically conducting fluid across an inclined porous plate embedded in a porous medium is studied to examine the Hall, ion slip, rotation, and Soret effects.” It is assumed that the fluid is not Newtonian, specifically a Jeffrey fluid. In the presence of a first-order chemical reaction, the flow is directed through an infinitely moving an inclined plate that abruptly increases in temperature while flowing through a uniform porous medium in a spinning system. It is assumed that the liquid is opaque and absorbs and emits radiation in a manner that does not result in scattering. By using a two-term perturbation approach and placing physically suitable boundary conditions on the system, one may get an exact solution to the governing equations that describe the fluid’s velocity, temperature, and concentration. It is also possible to derive the expressions for skin friction, the Nusselt number, and the Sherwood number. The numerical fluid velocity, temperature, and concentration values are presented graphically. In contrast, the numerical values of shear stress, rate of heat transfer, and rate of mass transfer across the plate are presented tabularly for various values of relevant flow parameters. The importance of shear stress, heat transfer rate, and mass transfer at the plate is presented for multiple values of pertinent flow parameters. This research is a state-of-the-art simulation tool that may optimize efficiency in design and operation within the fields of Naval Architecture, Offshore, and Marine Engineering, as well as within the Renewable Energy industry. In the limiting instance, the results are compared to what has been written.