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Title: Study of different types of modulations on double diffusive convection in oldroyd b liquids
Researcher: Anjana, K
Guide(s): Vanishree, R K
Keywords: Double diffusive convection
Internal heat source
Modulation
Oldroyd B Liquids
Physical Sciences,Mathematics,Mathematics
Rayleigh Benard convection
University: CHRIST University
Completed Date: 26-04-2019
Abstract: THE STUDY OF EFFECTS OF TEMPERATURE MODULATION ON DOUBLE DIFFUSIVE CONVECTION IN OLDROYD B LIQUIDS newlineThe problem aims to find the effects of temperature modulation in viscoelastic newlinefluids namely Oldroyd B liquids subjected to double diffusive convection. Both linear as well as a non-linear study has been carried out. A regular perturbation technique has been employed to determine the correction Rayleigh number. The results show that the Lewis number and strain retardation parameter induces stability to the system whereas stress relaxation parameter destabilizes the system for synchronous modulation. Truncated Fourier series represents the non-linear newlineanalysis. Mean Nusselt number and mean Sherwood number are used to quantify the newlineheat and mass transfer respectively. Strain retardation parameter and the Lewis number decrease the heat and mass transfer for synchronous modulation while stress relaxation parameter increases them. The opposite results are obtained for newlineasynchronous and lower wall modulations. Modulation is shown mostly to give rise newlineto super critical motion. newlineTHE STUDY OF EFFECTS OF GRAVITY MODULATION ON DOUBLE DIFFUSIVE CONVECTION IN OLDROYD B LIQUIDS newlineThe effect of gravity modulation is analysed in Oldroyd-B liquids subjected to double diffusive convection. Both linear and non-linear analysis has been done. A regular perturbation technique has been employed to arrive at the thermal Rayleigh number. The results show that stress relaxation destabilises the system whereas strain retardation parameter and Lewis number stabilises the system. Truncated Fourier series expansion gives a system of Lorentz equations that represent the nonlinear analysis. Mean Nusselt and mean Sherwood numbers are used to quantify the heat and mass transfer respectively. It is observed that Lewis number and strain retardation parameter decreases heat and mass transfer and stress relaxation parameter increases them. It is seen that modulation gives rise to sub critical motion. newline newline
Pagination: A4
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10603/244973
Appears in Departments:Department of Mathematics and Statistics

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