Viscous Dissipation and Heat Absorption effect on Natural Convection Flow with Uniform Surface Temperature along a Vertical Wavy Surface
The effect of viscous dissipation and heat absorption on a steady two-dimensional natural convection laminar flow of viscous incompressible fluid with uniform surface temperature along a vertical wavy surface has been investigated. Using the appropriate variables; the basic equations are transformed to convenient form and then solved numerically employing very efficient method, namely Keller-Box method (KBM). Numerical results are presented by the shearing stress in terms of the local skin-friction coefficient; the rate of heat transfer in terms of local Nusselt number, streamline and isotherms, respectively for a wide range of the viscous dissipation parameter N and heat absorption parameter Q. Increasing Q and lessening N cause the enhancement of heat transfer rate.
Nath, Sujon and Parveen, Nazma
Viscous Dissipation and Heat Absorption effect on Natural Convection Flow with Uniform Surface Temperature along a Vertical Wavy Surface,
Applications and Applied Mathematics: An International Journal (AAM), Vol. 11,
3, Article 1.
Available at: https://digitalcommons.pvamu.edu/aam/vol11/iss3/1