Magneto hydrodynamic convection in a stratified flow in an inclined porous channel
The convection in a stratified flow in an inclined porous channel bounded by two permeable layers under the influence of uniform magnetic field perpendicular to the channel is investigated. Here, we have assumed that the permeability of the fluid medium and the pressure gradient of the fluid flow are varying point to point. The flow between the permeable layers is governed by Navier—Stoke’s equations, while the flow in the porous medium is governed by Darcy’s law. The velocity field and temperature distribution are obtained and results are discussed with the help of various graphs.