Unsteady Electro-Magneto Hydrodynamic Flow and Heat Transfer of Two Ionized Fluids in a Rotating System with Hall Currents
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Department of Engineering Mathematics, AUCE(A), Andhra University, Visakhapatnam, Pin-530003, India
Online publication date: 2022-03-17
Publication date: 2022-03-01
International Journal of Applied Mechanics and Engineering 2022;27(1):125-145
An unsteady flow and heat transmission of ionized gases via a horizontal channel enclosed by non-conducting plates in a rotating framework with Hall currents is examined using electro-magnetohydrodynamic (EMHD) two-fluid heat flow. The Hall current impact is taken into account by assuming that the gases are totally ionized, the applied transverse magnetic field is very strong. For temperature and velocity distributions in two-fluid flow regions, the governing equations are solved analytically. For numerous physical parameters such as the Hartmann number, Hall parameter, rotation parameter, viscosity ratio, and so on, numerical solutions are visually displayed. It was discovered that an increase in temperature in the two regions is caused by the thermal conductivity ratio. It was also realized that an increase in rate of heat transfer coefficient at the plates is caused by either the Hartman number or the Hall parameter.
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