Effect of partial slip on the pulsatile flow of an ionized gas in an inclined channel
LM Vishnupriya, S Sreenadh and A Ramadevi
The influence of partial slip on the pulsatile flow of an ionized gas between two porous plates is studied. The channel is inclined at an angle 0 with the horizontal. The ionized gas is injected into the channel from the lower porous plate with velocity V and is sucked out of the upper porous plate with the same velocity. The analytical solutions are obtained for velocity and mass flux. Influence of various parameters on the flow characteristics have been discussed with the help of graphs. The numerical results obtained reveal many interesting behaviors. It is observed that the velocity decreases with increased Hartmann number M and increases with increasing hall parameter m, Reynolds number R and slip parameter β in both fully and partially ionized cases.
How to cite this article:
LM Vishnupriya, S Sreenadh, A Ramadevi. Effect of partial slip on the pulsatile flow of an ionized gas in an inclined channel. Pharma Innovation 2018;7(2):70-78.