Thermeal Diffusion and Diffusion Thermo Effects on the Motion of Viscoelastic Fluid through Porous Medium with Chemical Reaction under the Influence of Uniform Magnetic Field
Keywords:--- Viscoelasic Fluid, Magnetic Field, Porous Medium, Thermal Diffusion, Diffusion Thermo, Chemical Reaction.
The motion of non-Newtonian fluid through porous medium inside the boundary layer of an infinite wall is considered. The fluid is obeying the viscoelastic type and the motion is under the effects of magnetic field with chemical reaction and heat generation. The problem is modulated mathematically by using the continuity, momentum, heat and mass transfer equations. The system of differential equations which describe this motion is solved numerically with appropriate boundary conditions by using finite difference scheme. Numerical results are presented to investigate the influence of the magnetic parameter, visco-elastic parameter, porous medium parameter, Prandtl number, heat source sink parameter, Dufour number, Hartmann number, Eckert number, Sort number, Schmidt number and the chemical reaction parameter on the stream function, temperature and concentration profiles. Several graphs for these results of physical interest are displayed and discussed in detail.
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