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Finite Element Solution for Thermal Radiation, and Viscous Dissipation Affected Vertical Plate in Blended Convective Micropolar Fluid Flow

T. Lokesh Babu, S.V.H.N. Krishna Kumari and M.N. Rajasekar

Abstract

The investigation is directed to illustrate the thermal radiation’s impact on emphatical blended convection stream of micropolar incompressible viscous fluid. In which, by using both viscous thermal dissipation and advanced wave class of radial disturbance, the vertical porous plate of a semi-infinite class is investigated. Generally, the well-known Roseland approximation is taken to analyze the thermal transfer in various optically thick viscous streams, and which is also implemented for the current investigation. The non-linear group of partial differential equations will transform the non-dimensional set of equations involved. Variables that are not dimensional the equations in non-dimensional form solved numerically with the help of various finite element methods is a more economical way in computational view. The other quantitate such as friction and heat transfer in the stream was also evaluated through the graphs drawn. All the numerical evolutions, including linear and angular fluids, are differentiated and papalized with the stream problems for a Newtonian fluid.

Published on: December 04, 2023
doi: 10.17756/nwj.2023-s4-072
Citation: Babu TL, Kumari SVHNK, Rajasekar MN. 2023. Finite Element Solution for Thermal Radiation, and Viscous Dissipation Affected Vertical Plate in Blended Convective Micropolar Fluid Flow. NanoWorld J 9(S4): S427-S434.

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