Forcheimeir Effect on Transport Process with Internal Heat Source and Varying the Fluid Properties

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International Journal of Mathematics Trends and Technology (IJMTT)
 
© 2018 by IJMTT Journal
Volume-61 Number-3
Year of Publication : 2018
Authors : Nalinakshi N, Dinesh P A, Jayalakshmamma D V
  10.14445/22315373/IJMTT-V61P526

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MLA Style: Nalinakshi N, Dinesh P A, Jayalakshmamma D V "Forcheimeir Effect on Transport Process with Internal Heat Source and Varying the Fluid Properties" International Journal of Mathematics Trends and Technology 61.3 (2018): 186-194.

APA Style: Nalinakshi N, Dinesh P A, Jayalakshmamma D V (2018). Forcheimeir Effect on Transport Process with Internal Heat Source and Varying the Fluid Properties. International Journal of Mathematics Trends and Technology, 61(3), 186-194.

Abstract
The Analysis of Internal Heat source for transport processes of the physical system formulated with Forcheimeir model is studied. The extended Darcy model is used here. For Physical problem considered here, the governing measures are highly coupled. To solve them, initially similarity transformations are used to convert them into ODE and solved approximately. RK method of fifth order followed by Newton-Raphson method is employed. The graphical representations are obtained for transport processes, where the features of fluid flow are discussed. The exponential form of internal heat source enhances melting and impedes freezing. The significance of inertial parameter is highly influenced in decreasing the flow field. Besides, skin friction, heat and mass transport graphical interpretations are made for different physical parameters. A good agreement is found when interpretation of the effects of various significant parameters are analysed and the results are compared.

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Keywords
Double Diffusion, boundary layer, porous medium, Internal Heat Generation (IHG)