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“…γ = 1/2tr(A 1 2 )], μ is the viscosity, K c , K μ are empirical coefficients, D is the diffusivity of the Brownian motion and t p is the particle response time. To model N, a similar approach, although from a different perspective, was provided by Bridges and Rajagopal (2006) [23] for chemically reacting fluids (see also Massoudi and Uguz (2012) [38]).…”
Section: Particle Fluxmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…γ = 1/2tr(A 1 2 )], μ is the viscosity, K c , K μ are empirical coefficients, D is the diffusivity of the Brownian motion and t p is the particle response time. To model N, a similar approach, although from a different perspective, was provided by Bridges and Rajagopal (2006) [23] for chemically reacting fluids (see also Massoudi and Uguz (2012) [38]).…”
Section: Particle Fluxmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…γ = 1/2tr(A 1 2 )], µ is the viscosity, K c , K µ are empirical coefficients, D is the diffusivity of the Brownian motion and t p is the particle response time. To model N, a similar approach, although from a different perspective, was provided by Bridges and Rajagopal (2006) [23] for chemically reacting fluids (see also Massoudi and Uguz (2012) [38]).…”
Section: Particle Fluxmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Using (14), (15), and (16) and then introducing complex velocity * = * + * into (12) one can get (dropping the asterisk…”
Section: Momentum Equationmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Later, the heat and mass transfer of a viscoelastic fluid in a fixed plane with radiation and chemical reaction effect was investigated by Uwanta and Omokhuale [13], and they found that temperature decreases with the increase in Prandtl number and concentration decreases with the increase in chemical reaction parameter. Other examples dealing with radiation and chemical reaction effects can be found in [14,15].…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%