Effects of transverse magnetic field,

**Prandtl number**and Reynolds number on non-Darcy mixed convective flow of an incompressible viscous fluid past a porous vertical flat plate in a saturated porous medium, Int.This definition appears very frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:

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Effects of transverse magnetic field, **Prandtl number** and Reynolds number on non-Darcy mixed convective flow of an incompressible viscous fluid past a porous vertical flat plate in a saturated porous medium, Int.

From this figure it is seen that the temperature decreases with increasing the values of **Prandtl number** Pr in the boundary layer.

i] = pipe internal diameter DB = dry bulb f = Darcy friction factor fpi = fins per inch gpm = gallon per minute J = heat transfer Colburn J-factor L = straight pipe length NTU = number of transfer units Nu = Nusselt numbe OD = outside diameter Pr = **Prandtl number** Re = Reynolds number RH = relative humidity St = Stanton Number TMY = Typical Meteorological Year VAV = variable air volume WB = wet Bulb [J.

r] **Prandtl number** q Volumetric heat generation [W/m.

p] being the inverse of the effective **Prandtl number** and the specific heat at constant pressure, respectively.

These results are obtained to illustrate the influence of the magnetic field M, the radiation parameter R, the **Prandtl number** [P.

2] ppb parts per billion Pr **Prandtl number** of liquid Jet in stage 2, [[upsilon].

However, Gebhart [1], Gebhart and Mollendorf [2] have shown that when the temperature difference is small or in high **Prandtl number** fluids or when the gravitational field is of high intensity, viscous dissipative heat should be taken into account in free convection flow past a semi-infinite vertical plate.