• SLIP EFFECTS ON MHD OSCILLATORY FLOW OF JEFFREY FLUID IN A CHANNEL WITH HEAT TRANSFER

B. Aruna Kumari*, K. Ramakrishna Prasad, K. Kavitha

Abstract


The terms ‘oscillatory’ or ‘unsteady’ are generally used in the literature to describe the flows in which velocity or pressure or both depend on time. Oscillatory flow is a periodic flow that oscillates around a zero value. From technological view, oscillatory flow is always important for it has many practical applications, as for example in the aerodynamics of a helicopter rotor or in a fluttering airfoil as well as in a variety of bio-engineering problems.


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