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    • Transient entropy analysis of the magnetohydrodynamics flow of a Jeffrey fluid past an isothermal vertical flat plate

      MAHESH KUMAR G JANARDHANA REDDY NEMAT DALIR

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      This study presents the analysis of entropy generation concept for unsteady magnetohydrodynamics Jeffrey fluid flow over a semi-infinite vertical flat plate. This physical problem is constituted by transient coupled highly nonlinear equations and is evaluated numerically by using an implicit scheme. The average values of wall shear stress and Nusselt number, entropy generation number and Jeffrey fluid-flow variables are analysed for distinct values of physical parameters at both transient and steady states. The results show that the time needed for achieving a steady state pertaining to the temperature and velocity gets augmented with the increased values of Jeffrey fluid parameter. The results also specify that the entropy generation number increases with the increasing values of Jeffrey fluid parameter, group parameter and Grashof number while the opposite trend is seen for the magnetic parameter.

    • The effect of thermal expansion coefficient on unsteady non-Newtonian supercritical Casson fluid flow past a vertical cylinder

      ASHWINI HIREMATH HUSSAIN BASHA BHASKERREDDY KETHIREDDY G JANARDHANA REDDY N S VENKATA NARAYANAN

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      A new thermodynamic computational model has been proposed for the current study, which deals with the free convective supercritical Casson fluid flow past a vertical cylinder. In this model, pressure, temperature andcompressibility factor are the critical parameters to govern the thermal expansion coefficient. The present model is based on the Redlich–Kwong equation of state. Comparisons with experimental results and determined values of thermal expansion coefficient for the choice of chemical compound (isobutene) from the present study show great similarity. The chemical compound isobutane has many industrial applications. For instance, in geothermal power plant, supercritical isobutane is employed as a working fluid, it is used in the deactivated (USY alkylation) catalyst regeneration, it is used in heat pumps and many other industrial processes. Furthermore, isobutane finds extensive application as a propellant in foam products and aerosol cans, as a refrigerate gas in freezers and refrigerators, as a feedstock in industries of petrochemical importance, for standardisation of gas mixtures and emission monitoring, etc. In addition, the Casson fluid flow model can be used to study the blood flow rheology, slurry flows, etc. The numerical scheme such as Crank–Nicolson type is demonstrated to simplify the governing nonlinear coupled partial differential equations. The transient results of flow-field variables, coefficients of heat and momentum transport for a Casson fluid under supercritical condition for various values of reduced pressure and reduced temperature are computed and discussed through graphs.

    • Study of entropy generation in transient hydromagnetic flow of couple stress fluid due to heat and mass transfer from a radiative vertical cylinder

      G JANARDHANA REDDY MAHESH KUMAR H P RANI

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      Radiative–convective flow studies find wide range of applications in furnace design, solar fans, photochemical reactors, turbid water bodies, etc. The present article focusses on unsteady radiative–convective hydromagnetic couple stress fluid (CSF) flow from a vertical cylinder using the thermodynamic concept. The obtained governing equations of the present model are resolved by a well-organised numerical scheme. The unsteady nature of friction, entropy, coefficients of heat and mass transfer (HMT) along with the time-independent state pattern of flow-field profiles, are shown graphically for distinct values of governing radiation parameter, magnetic parameter, concentration parameter, and constant parameter to display important aspects of the solution. To analyse the HMT process in a 2D domain, Bejans flow visualisation is considered along with isotherms, streamlines, andisoconcentration lines. The Bejans HMT flow visualisation shows that the heat and mass function contours are denser in the foremost verge of the hot surface of the cylinder compared to other contours. The result indicatesthat the entropy generation (EG) parameter increases with decreasing values of radiation and magnetic parameters. Also, the entropy parameter increases for increasing values of concentration parameter or constant parameter.

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