• EFFECT OF NON-LINEAR RADIATION ON TRANSIENT CONVECTIVE HEAT TRANSFER FLOW OF A VISCOUS FLUID PAST A STRETCHING SURFACE WITH HALL EFFECTS, IN THE PRESENCE OF NON-UNIFORM HEAT SOURCE WITH CONSTANT HEAT FLUX AND PARTIAL SLIP

CH SURESH*, DR. P.M.V. PRASAD

Abstract


In this chapter, we study the combined influence of Hall effects and radiation absorption on unsteady convective heat transfer flow of a viscous electrically conducting fluid through a porous medium past a stretching sheet in the presence of non-uniform heat source. The equations governing the flow of heat transfer have been solved by Galerkin Finite Element Analysis with three nodded line segments. The velocity, temperature have been analysed for different values of G,M, m, N, g, A1, B1, Sc, Ec  and Q1. The rate of heat transfer on the plate has been evaluated numerically for different variations.


Keywords


Radiation, Heat Transfer, Stretching Surface, Hall Effect, Heat Source.

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