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Steady flow of micropolar fluid in a rectangular channel under transverse magnetic field with suction
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a) Contours of w at M2 = 10 b) 3d velocity profile of w M2 = 10

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a) Contours of w at M2 = 20 b) 3d velocity profile of w M2 = 20

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a) Contours of w at M2 = 30 b) 3d velocity profile of w M2 = 30

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a) Contours of w at M2 = 40. b) 3d velocity profile of w M2 = 40

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Velocity w at various cross-sections

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Boundary values of W at x = 1.

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Volumetric flow rate Q at s=3

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Volumetric Flow rate Q at s = 5

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Volumetric flow rate Q at c= 0.5

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Volumetric flow rate at M2 =20

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2011-08-01
2014-04-20

Abstract

In this paper, the steady flow of an incompressible conducting micropolar fluid through a rectangular channel with uniform cross-section in the presence of a transverse magnetic field with suction and injection at the side walls is considered. Neglecting the induced magnetic and electric fields, velocity and micro-rotation vectors are obtained in terms of a Fourier series. The volumetric flow rate is calculated and the effect of micro-rotation parameter and geometric parameter, Hartmanns number on this are graphically shown and discussed.

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