Dusty Jeffrey Fluid Flow in a Rotating System with Volume Fraction and Hall Effect: An Analytical Approach

Dusty Jeffrey Fluid Flow in a Rotating System with Volume Fraction and Hall Effect: An Analytical Approach

Debasish Dey 

Department of Mathematics, Dibrugarh University, Dibrugarh 786004, Assam, India

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22 April 2018
30 May 2018
30 June 2018
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Unsteady hydro-magnetic flow problem of dusty Jeffrey fluid through a rotating system has been studied in presence of Hall effect and volume fraction. The fluid motion experiences stability during the appliances of magnetic field along cross flow. The motion of dusty viscous fluid is governed by Saffman Model and Jeffrey fluid model. System is rotating with a constant angular velocity. The governing equations of motion are solved analytically using regular perturbation method. Velocity profile of the fluid motion has been discussed graphically for various values of flow parameters and shearing stresses are discussed numerically with a special emphasis is given on non-Newtonian parameters.


dusty fluid, Jeffrey fluid, volume fraction, Saffman model, coriolis force, skin friction

1. Introduction
2. Mathematical Formulations
3. Method of Solution
4. Result and Discussions
5. Conclusions

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