CREEPING SINUSOIDAL FLOW AND DISPERSION OF A COUPLE STRESS FLUID WITH CHEMICAL REACTION AND WALL EFFECTS

Mallinath Dhange, Gurunath Sankad

Abstract


A mathematical model has been developed with an aim to study the creeping sinusoidal flow and dispersion of a solute substance of an incompressible couple stress fluid with wall features in presence of heterogeneous-homogeneous chemical reactions. Following Taylor’s approach, the governed equations of motion are solved by long wavelength approximation. The effects of various physical parameters on the diffusion coefficient are discussed through graphs. Creeping sinusoidal flow and wall parameters help the diffusion, while homogeneous and heterogeneous reaction opposes the diffusion

 

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chemical reaction, wall features, creeping sinusoidal flow, dispersion

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