Analysis of Hydromagnetic Double Exothermic Chemical Reactive Flow with Convective Cooling through a Porous Medium under Bimolecular Kinetics
Keywords:Exothermic reaction, Convective cooling, Bimolecular kinetics, Porous medium
In this study, the analytical solution of steady hydromagnetic double exothermic combustible reaction fluid flow in a porous medium with convective cooling wall is presented. The viscous heating reactive liquid is totaling exothermic without consumption of material. The combustion reaction of the fluid takes place in a Poiseuille device, and it is been propelled by pressure gradient and pre-exponential bimolecular kinetics. The device is exposed to convective cooling to keep the reactive hydromagnetic fluid from distortion. The weighted residual method (WRM) is analytically used to get the numerical values for the dimensionless nonlinear governing equations. The solution to temperature and velocity distribution is carried out and the result is graphically depicted. The Nusselt number and skin friction coefficient is also showed for some significant parameters engrained in the flow and the solution obtained is compared with numerical method. As obtained in the study, the second exothermic reaction term increases the combustion process; hence the term will assist in reducing toxic discharge from the engines that pollute the environment. The Frank-Kamenetskii parameter contributes highly to system thermo-fluid destruction; as such it must be monitored.
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