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UNSTEADY FLOW AND HEAT TRANSFER OF UCM FLUID IN A POROUS CHANNEL WITH VARIABLE THERMAL CONDUCTIVITY AND ION SLIP EFFECTS

Odelu Ojjela*, K. Pravin Kashyap, N. Naresh Kuma, Samir Kumar Das

Department of Applied Mathematics Defence Institute of Advanced Technology (Deemed University), Pune-411025, India

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Frontiers in Heat and Mass Transfer 2016, 7, 1-9. https://doi.org/10.5098/hmt.7.32

Abstract

This article presents an unsteady incompressible Upper Convected Maxwell (UCM) fluid flow with temperature dependent thermal conductivity between parallel porous plates which are maintained at different temperatures varying periodically with time. Assume that there is a periodic suction and injection at the upper and lower plates respectively. The governing partial differential equations are reduced to non linear ordinary differential equations by using similarity transformations and the solution is obtained using differential transform method. The effects of various fluid and geometric parameters on the velocity components, temperature distribution and skin friction are discussed in detail through graphs.

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Ojjela, O., Kashyap, K. P., Kuma, N. N., Das, S. K. (2016). UNSTEADY FLOW AND HEAT TRANSFER OF UCM FLUID IN A POROUS CHANNEL WITH VARIABLE THERMAL CONDUCTIVITY AND ION SLIP EFFECTS. Frontiers in Heat and Mass Transfer, 7(1), 1–9.



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