On The Numerical Solutions of Boundary Layer Equations of Williamson Fluid Past a Moving Plate
Laminar boundary layer flow of Williamson fluid over a moving plate is discussed in this paper. The governing equations of the flow problem are transformed into similarity equations using similarity technique. The reduced equations are numerically solved by finite difference method. The graphical presentation is discussed.
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