Weak Nonlinear Oscillatory Double Diffusive Convection in a Viscoelastic Fluid-Saturated Porous Layer Under Gravity Modulation

Authors

  • Sravan Nayeka Gaikwad Department of Mathematics, Gulbarga University, Kalaburagi - 585 106, Karnataka, India
  • Preeti Bhushan Rangdal Department of Mathematics, Gulbarga University, Kalaburagi - 585 106, Karnataka, India

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.37934/arfmts.101.2.2645

Keywords:

Gravity modulation, over stability, viscoelastic fluids, non-linear stability

Abstract

A thermal instability caused by buoyancy force is investigated in an initially quiescent indefinitely extended horizontal porous layer saturated with non - Newtonian fluid. The characteristics of fluid motion are explained by using Modified Darcy’s law. Here, we considered the time periodic gravity field, and its effect on the system has been investigated. For the oscillatory mode of convection, a weakly non-linear stability analysis has been performed to evaluate Heat and Mass transfers in terms of the Nusselt number and Sherwood Number. To compute the results, the complex non-autonomous Ginzburg – Landau equation is used. It has been studied how viscoelastic fluid relaxation and retardation times impacts on heat and mass transmission. Further, the research confirms that heat and mass transfer can be successfully regulates by a technique that is external to the system. Finally, it has been discovered that excessive stability delays the onset of convection, hence increasing in the heat and mass transmission.

Author Biographies

Sravan Nayeka Gaikwad, Department of Mathematics, Gulbarga University, Kalaburagi - 585 106, Karnataka, India

sngaikwad2009@yahoo.co.in

Preeti Bhushan Rangdal, Department of Mathematics, Gulbarga University, Kalaburagi - 585 106, Karnataka, India

preetictg74@gmail.com

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Published

2022-12-07

How to Cite

Gaikwad, S. N., & Preeti Bhushan Rangdal. (2022). Weak Nonlinear Oscillatory Double Diffusive Convection in a Viscoelastic Fluid-Saturated Porous Layer Under Gravity Modulation. Journal of Advanced Research in Fluid Mechanics and Thermal Sciences, 101(2), 26–45. https://doi.org/10.37934/arfmts.101.2.2645

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