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Influence of Non-Linear Chemical Reaction on MHD Convective Flow for Maxwell Fluid Over Three Different Permeable Vertical Surfaces

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Numerical investigation is carried out to analysed the effects of non-linear chemical reaction on MHD convective flow for Maxwell fluid over permeable vertical cone, vertical wedge and vertical plate. Further, the numerical solutions are elucidated by using Runge–Kutta fourth order shooting technique. Obtained results are validated with the existing results. The impact of non-dimensional pertinent parameters such as radiation parameter, Maxwell fluid parameter, magnetic field parameter, and suction/injection parameter, temperature Biot number, concentration Biot number, Prandtl number, thermophoresis diffusivity parameter, Brownian motion parameter, thermal relaxation parameter, porosity parameter, chemical reaction parameter, thermal Grashof numbers, solutal Grashof numbers, Schmidt number, on velocity, temperature, concentration along with the friction factor, local Nusselt, Sherwood numbers are discussed and depicted the help of graphs and tables.
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Keywords: MAXWELL FLUID; VERTICAL CONE; VERTICAL PLATE; VERTICAL WEDGE

Document Type: Research Article

Publication date: April 1, 2019

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