MHD OSCILLATORY FLOW IN A CHANNEL FILLED WITH POROUS MEDIUM IN THE PRESENCE OF CHEMICAL REACTION WITH MASS TRANSFER AND RADIATION
The mass transfer and interaction of radiation in an electrically coordinating fluid through a channel filled with a porous medium has received little curiosity. The study of oscillatory flow of an electrically coordinating fluid through a porous channel soaked with porous medium is important in many physiological flows. The skeletal material is usually a solid, but structure like foams are often usefully analyzed using concept of porous media. The concept of porosity is only straight forward for a poroelastic medium. Hence, an effort is made to explore the combined effects of a radiation and a transverse magnetic field on an unbalanced mass transfer flow with chemical reaction through a channel filled with non-uniform wall temperature and dripped porous medium. The equations of continuity, energy, diffusion, linear momentum which control the flow field are cracked by using an analytical method. The following effects: Prandtl number, Sherwood number and Nusselt number are solved graphically for temperature, velocity and concentration.