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Nonclassical Thermal Effects in Stokes’ Second Problem for Micropolar Fluids

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F. S. Ibrahem1

 Department of Mathematics, Faculty of Science, Assiut University, Assiut, Egyptfibrahim@acc.aun.edu.eg

I. A. Hassanien

 Department of Mathematics, Faculty of Science, Assiut University, Assiut, Egypt

A. A. Bakr

 Department of Mathematics, Faculty of Science, Al-Azhar University, Assiut, Egypt

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J. Appl. Mech 72(4), 468-474 (Aug 16, 2004) (7 pages) doi:10.1115/1.1875412 History: Received January 24, 2004; Revised August 16, 2004

The MCF model is used to study the nonclassical heat conduction effects in Stokes’ second problem of a micropolar fluid. The effects of the thermal relaxation time and the structure wave on angular velocity, velocity field, and temperature are investigated. The skin friction, the displacement thickness, and the rate of the heat transfer at the plate are determined.

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Behavior of Reu versus z for p=1, ω=1000, t=0.1, λ=0.005, G=5.0 and β=0, 5, 13.5 and 50

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Behavior of ∣u∣ versus z for p=1, ω=1000, t=0.1, λ=0.005, G=5.0 and β=0.5, 5, and 50

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Behavior of Reu versus z for p=1.0, ω=10.0, t=0.1, λ=0.005, β=0.2, and G=±5

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Behavior of ∣u∣ versus z for p=1, ω=10.0, t=0.1, λ=0.005, β=0.2, and G=±5

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Behavior of Reu versus zforp=1.0, ω=1000.0, t=0.1, λ=0.005, β=0.2, and G=±5

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Behavior of ∣u∣ versus z for p=1, ω=1000, t=0.10, λ=0.005, β=0.2 and G=±5

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Behavior of ReN versus z for p=1, ω=1000, t=0.1, λ=0.005, G=5 and β=2.5, 5, 13.5, and 50

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Behavior of ReN versus z for p=1, ω=10, t=0.1, λ=0.005, β=0.2, and G=±5

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Behavior of ∣N∣ versus z for p=1, ω=10, t=0.1, λ=0.005, β=0.2, and G=±5

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Behavior of ReN versus z for p=1, ω=1000, t=0.1, λ=0.005, β=0.2, and G=±5

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Behavior of ∣N∣ versus z for p=1, ω=1000, t=0.1, λ=0.005, β=0.2, and G=±5

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