BOUNDARY LAYER CONTROL OF A RADIATIVE CASSON FLUID FLOW PAST A PERMEABLE RIGA-PLATE WITH UNIMOLECULAR CHEMICAL REACTION
The buoyancy driven, chemically reacting and radiative Casson fluid flow past an impulsively started permeable Riga-plate is investigated through the numerical solution obtained by Crank-Nicholson implicit scheme of finite difference method. The main aim of this study is to control the boundary layer separation. Escalating modified Hartmann number and the distance from leading edge of the plate reduces the viscous drag so that the separation can be controlled. Effects of permeability on the flow configuration are also elucidated. The results are validated by comparing the solutions of the literature which already exists.
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