The magnetohydrodynamics-mixed convection heat transfer problem from a vertical surface embedded in a porous media is studied. The effects of transverse magnetic field and radiation heat transfer are examined. Both cases of the mixed convection heat transfer problem, namely: the buoyancy aiding flow and the buoyancy opposing flow are investigated. It is found that three dimensionless groups can describe the problem under consideration, the mixed convection parameter , the radiation-conduction parameter , and the magnetic field number . Different velocity profiles, temperature profiles, and the local Nusselt number variations are also drawn.
Magnetohydrodynamics-Mixed Convection From Radiate Vertical Isothermal Surface Embedded in a Saturated Porous Media
Damseh, R. A. (April 20, 2005). "Magnetohydrodynamics-Mixed Convection From Radiate Vertical Isothermal Surface Embedded in a Saturated Porous Media." ASME. J. Appl. Mech. January 2006; 73(1): 54–59. https://doi.org/10.1115/1.1991863
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