Document Type : Research Paper


1 GITAM (Deemed to be University), Vishakhapatnam, Andhra Pradesh-530045, India.

2 Research Scholar, Department of Mathematics, Koneru Lakshmaiah Education Foundation, Vaddeswaram, Guntur(Dist), Andhra Pradesh - 522502, India.

3 GITAM University

4 3Department of Basic Sciences and Humanities, Vignan’s Institute of Engineering for Women, Andhra Pradesh 530049, India


Due to the presence of rheological flow parameters and viscoelastic properties, non-Newtonian fluid structure is intricate and enticing to investigate. The flow has been made by considering variable temperature and radiation effects for the magnetohydrodynamic viscoelastic liquid past a moving vertical plate in a porous state. First order homogeneous chemical reaction, Soret number, variable temperature and concentration have been taken into account. The leading mathematical proclamation is handled analytically by perturbation strategy. The central aspiration of this work is to explore the consequences of sundry parameters on fluid flow, thermal boundary and concentration profiles. Diagram and tabular trends of the profiles are delineated with apropos parameters. Our sketches illustrate that the velocity profile exposes             decelerate scenery with escalating M due to the Lorentz force in the opposite direction of flow. Temperature profile is getting accelerated owing to thermal radiation and concentration distribution is declined by boosting up the chemical reaction and Schmidt number. Diminishing nature of momentum boundary layer with Sc is also portrayed. Furthermore, at the end of this paper the effects of different parameters on skin fricition coefficient and local Nusselt number are investigated.

Graphical Abstract

Linear thermal radiation effects on MHD viscoelastic fluid flow through porous moving plate with first order chemical reaction, variable temperature, and concentration


Main Subjects

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