The double dispersion effects on unsteady natural convection stratified fluid past vertical plate with flux
Dr Madhava Reddy Ch
Brinkman porous medium, Crank-Nicolson method, Double stratification, Dufour and Soret effects, Termal and Solutal dispersion, Unsteady flow.
The influence of double dispersion effects of unsteady natural convection along a vertical plate embedded in a Brinkman porous medium saturated with an electrically conducting fluid. In addition, the double stratification is considered and the variable surface heat and mass flux conditions are incorporated. The governing non-linear differential equations are converted into a set of non-dimensional non-linear coupled partial differential equations along with the suitable boundary conditions by using the non-dimensional transformations and then used implicit finite difference scheme named as Crank-Nicolson type to solve the reduced non-linear system of differential equations. The variations in velocity, temperature and concentration profiles are analyzed in-detail and depicted graphically for different physical parameters involved in the present investigation, after comparison of available results of the similar type in the literature with good agreement.
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Unique Paper ID: 144564

Publication Volume & Issue: Volume 3, Issue 12

Page(s): 270 - 277
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