Parabolic Form of Casson Fluid Flow based on Angle of Inclination in Conducting Field

Mummadisetty Umamaheswar*, Poli Chandra Reddy**, Singamala Harinath Reddy***, Baddela Hari Babu****
*-*** Department of Mathematics, Annamacharya Institute of Technology and Sciences, Rajampet, Andhra Pradesh, India.
**** Department of Mathematics, PACE Institute of Technology & Sciences (Autonomous), Ongole, Andhra Pradesh, India.
Periodicity:January - June'2023


A considerable analysis has been performed to draw out the flow properties of MHD Casson fluid in parabolic movement with several parameters. The novelty in the examination is the angle of inclination with the permeable vertical plate. The purpose of the work is to analyze the impact of some parameters on the flow in two cases namely, obtuse angle and acute angle. The solution of the flow governed equations is attained by the utilization of the finite divergence technique in explicit type. The nature of the fluid velocity is observed in the cases of acute angle and obtuse angle and described accordingly with the use of graphs and tables. One of the major findings is that for increasing values of porosity the velocity enhances in the case of acute angle and falls down in the case of obtuse angle.


MHD, Parabolic Motion, Radiation Absorption, Casson Fluid, Chemical Reaction, Angle of Inclination.

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Umamaheswar, M., Reddy, P. C., Reddy, S. H., and Babu, B. H. (2023). Parabolic Form of Casson Fluid Flow based on Angle of Inclination in Conducting Field. i-manager’s Journal on Mathematics, 12(1), 21-28.


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