A. Shareef,B .Ramprasad,




Heat and Mass transfer,concentration distribution,natural fluid, Nusselt number,sherwood number,suction,injection,


In this paper, we have studied the heat and mass transfer by law of natural fluids over a porous stringing. The governing equations formed into normal differential equations are administrated by applying similarity transformations during this chapter. The results were shown in diagrammatically and computationally for various governing parameters. Nusselt number will increase promptly on increasing the Prandtl number. Robert Emmet Sherwood number is desperately hyperbolic by increasing the Lewis number.


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