INCLINED MAGNETIC FIELD AND RADIATION EFFECTS ON UNSTEADY MHD OSCILLATORY FLOW PAST AN INCLINED SURFACE WITH CONSTANT SUCTION AND CHEMICAL REACTION

Authors

  • George Buzuzi Cape Peninsula University of Technology

Abstract

This paper investigates an unsteady convection flow of
a viscous incompressible electrically conducting fluid in a
porous medium past an inclined porous plate in the presence
of an inclined magnetic field, radiation absorption, chemical
reaction and constant suction. The porous surface absorbs
the fluid with a constant velocity and the free stream ve-
locity of the fluid is assumed to oscillate about a mean con-
stant value. Perturbation techniques are adopted to solve
the dimensionless governing equations. The influence of the
various parameters on the fluid velocity, temperature, con-
centration fields, skin friction coefficient, Nusselt number
and Sherwood number are discussed and results are illus-
trated graphically and in tabular form.

Author Biography

George Buzuzi, Cape Peninsula University of Technology

Department of Mathematics and Physics

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Published

2022-01-06

How to Cite

Buzuzi, G. (2022). INCLINED MAGNETIC FIELD AND RADIATION EFFECTS ON UNSTEADY MHD OSCILLATORY FLOW PAST AN INCLINED SURFACE WITH CONSTANT SUCTION AND CHEMICAL REACTION: Array. Journal of the Nigerian Mathematical Society, 40(3), 227–244. Retrieved from https://ojs.ictp.it/jnms/index.php/jnms/article/view/603