Effects of injection (suction) on a steady mixed convection boundary layer flow over a vertical cone
15 May 2009-International Journal of Numerical Methods for Heat & Fluid Flow (Emerald Group Publishing Limited)-Vol. 19, pp 432-444
TL;DR: In this article, the authors study the steady mixed convection flow over a vertical cone in the presence of surface mass transfer when the axis of the cone is inline with the flow.
Abstract: Purpose – The purpose of this paper is to study the steady mixed convection flow over a vertical cone in the presence of surface mass transfer when the axis of the cone is inline with the flow.Design/methodology/approach – In this case, the numerical difficulties to obtain the non‐similar solution are overcome by applying an implicit finite difference scheme in combination with the quasilinearization technique.Findings – Numerical results are reported here to display the effects of Prandtl number, buoyancy and mass transfer (injection and suction) parameters at different stream‐wise locations on velocity and temperature profiles, and on skin friction and heat transfer coefficients.Research limitations/implications – Thermo‐physical properties of the fluid in the flow model are assumed to be constant except the density variations causing a body force term in the momentum equation. The Boussinesq approximation is invoked for the fluid properties to relate the density changes to temperature changes and to co...
TL;DR: Roughly one in six of Walsh's 281 publications are included, photographically reproduced, and reproduction is excellent except for one paper from 1918, which is an obituary.
Abstract: a 'sleeper', receiving only modest attention for 50 years before emerging as a cornerstone of communications engineering in more recent times. Roughly one in six of Walsh's 281 publications are included, photographically reproduced. Reproduction is excellent except for one paper from 1918. The book also reproduces three brief papers about Walsh and his work, by W. E. Sewell, D. V. Widder and Morris Marden. The first two were written for a special issue of the SIAM Journal celebrating Walsh's 70th birthday; the third is an obituary.
TL;DR: In this article, the authors analyzed the flow, heat and mass transfer characteristics of gyrotactic microorganisms contained magneto hydrodynamic Casson fluid flow towards a vertical rotating cone/plate in porous medium.
Abstract: Numerical investigation is carried out to analyze the flow, heat and mass transfer characteristics of gyrotactic microorganisms contained magneto hydrodynamic Casson fluid flow towards a vertical rotating cone/plate in porous medium. In the presence of thermo diffusion and diffusion thermo effects we have presented dual solutions for the flow over a rotating cone and a rotating flat plate. Further, the numerical solutions are elucidated by using Runge–Kutta–Felhberg integration Scheme. Obtained results are validated with open literature and found an excellent agreement. The influence of non-dimensional governing parameters on velocity, temperature, concentration and density of the motile microorganisms along with the friction factor, local Nusselt, Sherwood numbers and the local density of the motile microorganisms was determined and discussed with the help of graphs and tables. Results proved that there is a significant variation of heat and mass transfer in the flow over a rotating cone and a plate. It is also found that the heat and mass transfer performance of the flow over a rotating cone is significantly high while compared with the flow over a rotating plate.
TL;DR: In this paper, the authors studied the flow, heat and mass transfer characteristics in the unsteady free convective flow of an incompressible viscoelastic fluid over a moving vertical cone and a flat plate in the presence of magnetic field and higher order chemical reaction.
Abstract: The present paper is concerned with the study of flow, heat and mass transfer characteristics in the unsteady free convective flow of an incompressible viscoelastic fluid over a moving vertical cone and a flat plate in the presence of magnetic field and higher order chemical reaction. The fluid viscosity and thermal conductivity are assumed to vary as a linear function of temperature. The governing partial differential equations are solved numerically using the implicit finite difference method of Crank–Nicolson type. The features of the fluid flow, heat and mass transfer characteristics are analyzed by plotting graphs and the physical aspects are discussed in detail. The results obtained show that the impact of magnetic field, buoyancy ratio parameter, viscosity variation parameter, Ecart number and chemical reaction parameter plays an important role in the viscoelastic fluid flow through porous medium. The mass transfer of the reactive species strongly depends on the chemical reaction parameter as well as the order of chemical reaction.
TL;DR: In this paper, the Soret and Dufour effects on the double-diffusive convective boundary layer flow of a nanofluid past a moving wedge in the presence of suction were investigated.
Abstract: Purpose The purpose of this study is to investigate the Soret and Dufour effects on the double-diffusive convective boundary layer flow of a nanofluid past a moving wedge in the presence of suction. Design/methodology/approach The similarity transformation is applied to convert the governing nonlinear partial differential equations into ordinary differential equations. Then, they are solved numerically by the fourth-order Runge–Kutta–Gill method along with the shooting technique and the Newton–Raphson method. In addition, the ordinary differential equations are also analytically solved by the homotopy analysis method. Findings The results for dimensionless velocity, temperature, solutal concentration and nanoparticle volume fraction profiles, as well as local skin friction coefficient and local Nusselt and local Sherwood numbers are presented through the plots for various combinations of pertinent parameters involved in the study. The heat transfer rate increases on increasing the Soret parameter and it decreases on increasing the Dufour parameter. The mass transfer behaves oppositely to heat transfer. Practical implication In engineering applications, a wedge is used to hold objects in place, such as engine parts in the gate valves. A gate valve is the valve that opens by lifting a wedge-shaped disc to control the timing and quantity of fluid flow into an engine. Originality/value No such investigation is available in literature, and therefore, the results obtained are novel.
TL;DR: In this paper, a mathematical model for two dimensional steady laminar natural convective anisotropic slip boundary layer flows from a rotating vertical cone embedded in ethylene glycol bionanofluid is presented.
Abstract: A mathematical model for two dimensional steady laminar natural convective anisotropic slip boundary layer flows from a rotating vertical cone embedded in ethylene glycol bionanofluid is presented. The influence of Stefan blowing is also taken into account. Four different nonparticles namely Copper (Cu), Alumina (Al2O3), Copper Oxide (Cuo), Titanium Oxide (TiO2) are explored. Suitable similarity transformations are used to convert the governing equations into non-linear ordinary differential equations. These are then solved numerically, with appropriate boundary conditions, utilizing an implicit finite difference method (the BVP5C code in MATLAB). During computation Sc, Lb, Le and Lb are presented as unity, whilst Pr is taken as 151.The effects of the governing parameters on the dimensionless velocities, temperature, nanoparticle volume fraction, density of motile microorganisms as well as on the local skin friction, local Nusselt, Sherwood number and motile micro-organism number density are thoroughly examined via tables and graphs. It is found that the skin friction factor increases with tangential slip, magnetic field and Schmidt number whilst it decreases with blowing parameter and spin parameters. It is further observed that both the friction and heat transfer rates are highest for copper nanoparticles and lowest for TiO2 nanoparticles. Validation of the BVP5C numerical solutions with published results for several special cases of the general model is included. The study is relevant to electro-conductive bio-nano-materials processing.
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