%0 Journal Article
%T Second-Order slip effect on the flow of MHD chemically reacting fluid through an Inclined Micro-Annular channel
%J Mathematics and Computational Sciences
%I Qom University of Technology
%Z 2717-2708
%A Oyekunle, T. L
%A Akolade, M. T
%A Agunbiade, S. A
%A Momoh, H. O
%D 2022
%\ 09/01/2022
%V 3
%N 3
%P 11-28
%! Second-Order slip effect on the flow of MHD chemically reacting fluid through an Inclined Micro-Annular channel
%K AGM
%K Slip flow
%K MHD
%K Fully developed flow
%K Continuum regime
%R 10.30511/mcs.2022.544481.1057
%X This study explores the second-order slip effect on the flow of MHD chemically reacting fluid through an inclined micro-annular channel. As knowledge in flow and heat transfer is showcased in macro/micro-channel areas, consistent advancement is essential to familiar with fundamental phenomena associated. The free convection study encompasses the temperature-dependent viscosity and uniform magnetic field effect. The dimensionless equations governing the flow are modeled and solved semi-analytically via Akbari-Ganji’s Method (AGM). The velocity, energy, concentration and physical characteristics of the flow results are obtained and discussed with the aid of tables and graphs. It is found that a higher value of the slip parameter diminishes the velocity distribution at the annular gap and surfaces, while, the temperature-dependent exponential variability model enhances the fluid velocity.
%U http://mcs.qut.ac.ir/article_254909_f63f07015c9060f393df332681689be5.pdf