The Soret effects of parabolic flow past through an accelerated vertical plate with constant heat and mass diffusion in the presence of rotation, chemical reaction, and thermal radiation with absence of MHD

Authors

  • V.Nandakumar Department of Mathematics Vels Institute of Science, Technology & Advanced Studies. Tamil Nadu, India.
  • S. Senthamilselvi Department of Mathematics Vels Institute of Science, Technology & Advanced Studies. Tamil Nadu, India.
  • A. Selvaraj Department of Mathematics Vels Institute of Science, Technology & Advanced Studies. Tamil Nadu, India.

Keywords:

Soret effect, vertical plate, parabolic, Rotation, Thermal radiation, Laplace transform

Abstract

In this study, we investigate the effect of Soret rotation on inhomogeneous parabolic flows over accelerating vertical plates at constant mass dispersion and constant temperature. The liquid beneath thought could be gray. A Newtonian fluid that absorbs and radiates light is incompressible and does not conduct electricity. The Laplace change strategy was utilized to decide the reaction of the rate, temperature, and concentration bends. Plots were delivered utilizing the MATLAB R2020a computer program to show how unmistakable the various numbers and expanding speed parameters compare to the conditions utilized for the fit. This is shown graphically, so you can simply watch the impact of the parameters on the issue below. It can be seen that the speed increments as the value of the Schmidt number of the warm radiation parameter decreases. This slant basically inverts with regard to warm or bulk Grashof numbers, Soret numbers, and time.

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Published

2023-09-28

How to Cite

V.Nandakumar, S. Senthamilselvi, & A. Selvaraj. (2023). The Soret effects of parabolic flow past through an accelerated vertical plate with constant heat and mass diffusion in the presence of rotation, chemical reaction, and thermal radiation with absence of MHD. Chinese Journal of Computational Mechanics, (5), 37–47. Retrieved from http://jslxxb.cn/index.php/jslxxb/article/view/4334

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