Document Type : Research Paper


1 GITAM University, Vishakhapatnam

2 Research Scholar, K.L University, Guntur

3 K.L University, Guntur

4 GITAM University


Due to their position in various industrial applications, convective fluid flow structure is intricate and enticing to investigate. Here the flow has been made by considering multitudinous apropos parameters like induced magnetic factor, heat source and viscous dissipation effects for the mixed convective chemically radiative fluid from a vertical surface. The frame work of mathematical pattern is conferred with in the circumstances of a system of ordinary differential equations under felicitous legislation.The governed mathematical statement is handled analytically by perturbation strategy. Diagrams and numerical values of the profiles are delineated with apropos parameters. Our sketches illustrate that the induced magnetic field is perceived to be downward with intensification in magnetic parameter. Temperature profile is accelerated by rising thermal radiation and concentration distribution is decelerated by enhancing the chemical reaction and Schmidt number. Propelled by the precursory research, the intrusion here is to scrutinize the repercussion of induced magnetic factor on viscous stream because of vertical surface.

Graphical Abstract

Analytical study of induced magnetic field and heat source on chemically radiative MHD convective flow from a vertical surface


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