Similarity solution of stagnation – spot flow of a micropolar fluid above a flat exponentially elongating penetrable surface with concentration and heat production/absorption

Authors

  • R. Parthiban Department of Mathematics, Government Arts College for Men, Affiliated to University of Madras, Chennai
  • G. Palani

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.3329/jname.v19i1.55029

Keywords:

Boundary layer, concentration, contracting panel (shrinking sheet), heat spring/drop, micropolar fluid, stagnation spot flow, and suction/injection.

Abstract

The current study aims to explore stagnation spot flow of a micropolar liquid about a plain linear exponentially expanding penetrable surface in the incidence of chemical reaction and in-house heat production/absorption. Through similarity mapping, the mathematical modeling statements are reformed as ODE's and numerical results are found by shooting techniques. The impact of varying physical constants on momentum, micro-rotation, temperature and concentration are demonstrated through graphs. The computed measures including shear, couple stress and mass transfer with distinct measures of factors involved in this proposed problem are presented through a table. The presence of heat source increases the temperature of the fluid but has no impact on the velocity, angular velocity and concentration.

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Published

29.06.2022

How to Cite

Parthiban, R. ., & Palani, G. (2022). Similarity solution of stagnation – spot flow of a micropolar fluid above a flat exponentially elongating penetrable surface with concentration and heat production/absorption. Journal of Naval Architecture and Marine Engineering, 19(1), 57–70. https://doi.org/10.3329/jname.v19i1.55029

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