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Effects of variable viscosity on Three-Dimensional Boundary Layer Flow of Non-Newtonian Fluids over a Stretching Surface with Mass and Heat Transfer
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P. K. Mahanta, G. C. Hazarika
Boundary layer, heat transfer, non-newtonian , stretching surface, three-dimensional flow, thermal conductivity , Variable viscosity, Visco-elastic fluid.
Three dimensional flow of non-Newtonian viscoelastic fluid with the variation in the viscosity over a stretching surface is investigated. The governing partial differential equations of continuity, momemtum, energy and concentration are transformed into n
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