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To solve the equation of Magneto hydrodynamic boundary layer flows past a moving continuous flat surface in the presence of transverse magnetic field. The governing nonlinear equations and their associated boundary conditions are transformed into linear differential equation and solve it using quartic spline collocation method. It is shown that a class of similarity equations is available if free stream velocity varies along X- coordinate. Numerical and graphical presentation of flow problem is also given.

To solve the equation of Magneto hydrodynamic boundary layer flows past a moving continuous flat surface in the presence of transverse magnetic field. The governing nonlinear equations and their associated boundary conditions are transformed into linear differential equation and solve it using quartic spline collocation method. It is shown that a class of similarity equations is available if free stream velocity varies along X- coordinate. Numerical and graphical presentation of flow problem is also given.

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Layer Flow Pasta Moving Continuous Flat

Surface using Quartic Spline

Vishal V. Patel

Department of Mathematics

Shankersinh Vaghela Bapu Institute of Technology,

Gandhinagar, Gujarat

Jigisha U. Pandya

Department of Mathematics

Sarvajanik college of Engineering & Technology, Surat,

Gujarat

Abstract

To solve the equation of Magneto hydrodynamic boundary layer flows past a moving continuous flat surface in the presence of

transverse magnetic field. The governing nonlinear equations and their associated boundary conditions are transformed into

linear differential equation and solve it using quartic spline collocation method. It is shown that a class of similarity equations is

available if free stream velocity varies along X- coordinate. Numerical and graphical presentation of flow problem is also given.

Keywords: Quartic Spline collocation, Third order ordinary differential equation, Quasilinearization, Upper triangular

matrix, Linear equations

_______________________________________________________________________________________________________

I. INTRODUCTION

Magneto hydrodynamics is the study of the motion of an electrically conducting fluid in the presence of a magnetic field. Due to

the motion of an electrically conducting fluid in a magnetic field the electrical currents are induced in the fluid which produces

their own magnetic field, called induced magnetic field, and these modify the original magnetic field. In addition to this the

induced currents interacts with the magnetic field to produce electromagnetic forces perturbing the original motion. Thus the two

important basic effects of Magneto hydrodynamics are (i) the motion of the fluid affects the magnetic field and (ii) the magnetic

field affects the motion of the fluid. Boundary layer flow of an electrically conducting fluid over moving surfaces emerges in a

large variety of industrial and technological applications. It has been investigated by many researchers; [1]Wu (1973) has studied

the effects of suction or injection in a steady two-dimensional MHD boundary layer flow of on a flat plate.[2] Takhar et.al.

(1987) studied a MHD asymmetric flow over a semi-infinite moving surface and numerically obtained the solutions.[3]

Mahapatra and Gupta (2001) treated the steady two- dimensional stagnation-point flow of an incompressible viscous electrically

conducting fluid towards a stretching surface, the flow being permeated by a uniform transverse magnetic field.[4] Jean-David

Hoernel (2008) has been investigated the similarity solutions for the steady laminar incompressible boundary layer governing

MHD flow near forward stagnation-point of two-dimensional and axisymmetric bodies. [5] The MHD boundary layer flow past a

flat plate was discussed in detailed, probably first time by Rossow (1957). Heat transfer of this case has been discussed by

Rossow (1957), [6] Carrier and Green Span (1959), and [7]Afzal (1972).Rossow (1957) has considered transverse magnetic field

whereas Carrier et al. (1959) have studied the effect of a longitudinal magnetic field effect on the velocity and the temperature

distribution but all these cases are limited to the geometry of two dimensional flows.[8] Manisha et al (2009) had discussed

steady two dimensional stagnation point flow of an incompressible viscous electrically conducting fluid over a flat plate.

The governing equations here are highly nonlinear differential equations, which are solved by using the Quartic spline

collocation method. In this way, the paper has been organized as follows. In section 2, we use the Quartic spline collocation

method. Section 3, approximate solution for the governing equations and contains the results and discussion. The conclusions are

summarized in section 4.

Consider equally spaced knots of partition : a

1

1

1 n1

s( x) a0 b0 ( x x0 ) c0 ( x x0 )2 d0 ( x x0 )3 ek ( x xk ) 4

2

6

24 k 0

Where the powers function ( x xk ) is defined as

x xk , x xk

( x xk )

x xk

0,

(1)

(2)

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Subject to boundary conditions

(3)

0 y0 0 yn ' 0 yn " 0

1 y0 ' 1 yn 1 yn " 1

2 y0 " 2 yn 2 yn ' 2

To solve this boundary value problem substitute s(x), s'(x), s"(x), s"'(x) from quartic spline, then the boundary value problem

becomes

n 1

ek xi xk 2 pi xi xk

2

k 0

1

1

3

4

qi xi xk ri xi xk

6

24

1

1

2

3

d0 1 pi ( xi x0 ) qi xi x0 ri xi x0

2

6

1

2

c0 pi qi xi x0 ri xi x0

2

b0 pi ri xi x0 a0 ri m xi .Where i = 0,1,2,.....n.

Thus for quartic spline and third order boundary value problem we get nine linear algebraic equations in nine unknowns a0, b0,

c0, d0, e0, e1,.... e4. The matrix form of this system is given by

AX = B

Where X= [e4, e3, e2, e1, e0, d0, c0, b0, a0] T

B 2 , 1, 0 , m5 , m4 , m3 , m2 , m1, m0

Quartic spline and third order boundary value problem, we take number of intervals n=5. Continuing this process we can say

that "In general for higher degree spline and lower order boundary value problem i.e. for nth degree spline and (n-1) th order

boundary value problem we can take (n+1) number of intervals at xi, i = 0(1) n and get a set of linear algebraic equations in (2n1) unknowns.

[9] Srivastava et al (1987), the basic equations governing the motion of two dimensional, steady incompressible viscous fluids

past continuous surface in the presence of transverse magnetic field can be written in non-linear coupled equation as follow:

(4)

If,

i.e. for non-magnetic case. Subject to boundary conditions as

We use quasilinearization technique to convert (4) into linear form with help of boundary conditions (5).

We get linear form as

(5)

(6)

1

1

1 n1

s a0 b0 ( 0 ) c0 ( 0 )2 d0 ( 0 )3 ek ( k )4 (7)

2

6

24 k 0

After applying quasilinearization technique, we get linear differential equation (6).

Solve above equation and substitute constants in (7) and we get the solution for different values of .

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Table 1

Solution Of Problem Using Numerical Method

Numerical solution with spline

S() for

S() for

S() for

0.0

1.0000

1.0000

1.0000

0.1

1.0901

1.0840

1.0748

0.2

1.1617

1.1388

1.1033

0.3

1.2167

1.1678

1.0910

0.4

1.2571

1.1743

1.0420

0.5

1.2845

1.1607

0.9593

Fig. 1:

The Graphical representation shows that, there is a significant impact of magnetic field on the velocity profile of the flow. Here

we find velocity profile for different values of. From Figure it is clear that Value of increase the velocity of fluid decrease

rapidly. It means that magnetic field increase, velocity of fluid flow decrease.

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V. CONCLUSION

Solved the problem using quartic spline collocation method. The results are compared with the available results. This shows that

spline method also gives nearest and accurate results. Also, the results are obtained one iterations only, which shows the

reliability of the method. Thus we can solve such type of problems using numerical method

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[2]

[3]

[4]

[5]

[6]

[7]

[8]

[9]

Wu YK., Magneto hydrodynamic boundary layer control with suction or injection, J Applied Phys, 44:2166- 71, 1973.

Takhar.HS, Raptis AA and Perdikis AA, MHD asymmetric flow past a semi-infinite moving plate, ActaMech, 65:278-90, 1987.

Mahapatra TR and Gupta AS, Magneto hydrodynamic stagnation-point flow towards a stretching sheet, ActaMech, 152:191-6, 2001.

Hoernel JD, On the similarity solutions for a steady MHD equation Communications in Nonlinear Science and Numerical Simulation, Vol. 13, No. 7, pp.

1353-1360, 2008.

Rossow VJ, On the flow of electrically conducting fluid over a flat plate in the presence of transverse magnetic field, NASA Tech. Note 3971, 1957.

Carrier GF and Greenspan HP, j. Fluid Mech. 67, 77, 1959.

Afzal N Int. J. Heat Mass Trans. 15, 863, 1972.

Patel Manisha and Timol MG, Numerical Solution of Steady Two-Dimensional MHD orward Stagnation-Point Flow, Applied Mathematical Sciences,

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1987.

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