Finite Element Analysis on Mhdjeffry Fluid Flow with Radiative Heat Transfer Past a Vertical Porous Plate Moving Through a Binary Mixture
IDOWU, Amos Sesan
OYELAMI, Funmilayo Helen
MetadataShow full item record
Abstract: The objective of this paper is to analyze the influence of finite element analysis on MHD Jeffery fluid flow with radiative heat transfer past a vertical porous plate moving through a binary mixture. The governing non-linear partial differential equations were solved numerically by using finite element method. Computations were performed for a wide range of the governing flow parameters such as Dufour number, Soret number etc. The effects of these flow parameters on the velocity, temperature and concentration were shown graphically and in tabular form. It was observed that the velocity increases with the increase in 1,Gr, Gc while it decreases in M. As the temperature axis increases Pr, Du and radiation also increases. Also Sc, Sr increases as concentration profile increases and Kr reaction decreases as concentration axis increasing.