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International Journal of Advanced Engineering, Management and Science


First Order Chemical Reaction and Hall Effect on MHD Flow past an Infinite Vertical Plate in the Presence of Rotating Fluid with Variable Mass

( Vol-2,Issue-12,December 2016 )

Author(s): R. Muthucumaraswamy, L. Jeyanthi



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Page No: 1963-1969
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Keywords:

Hall parameter, MHD flows, Rotation, Chemical reaction, variable mass diffusion.

Abstract:

Combined study of first order chemical reaction and Hall current on MHD flow past an accelerated infinite vertical plate in the presence of rotating fluid with variable mass diffusion has been analyzed. The effects of Hall parameter (m), Hartmann number (M), an imposed rotation parameter (Ω non-dimensional angular velocity),Thermal Grashof’s number(Gr) and mass Grashof’s number (Gc) on axial and transverse velocity profiles are presented graphically. It is found that when , the transverse velocity component vanishes and axial velocity attains a maximum value.

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