This article deals with the mixed convection flow between two vertical parallel plates with the effect of g-jitter. Newtonian heating is considered on the left wall of the plate. The governing equations of heat and mass transfer are modelled in the Cartesian coordinate system with the effect of g-jitter. Non-dimensional variables are used to transform the governing equations together with the boundary layer condition. Separation of variables method are applied to provide the exact analytical solutions for the velocity, temperature and concentration profiles. The obtained solutions are computed to produce the graphical results. It is showed that due to an increasing value of wall temperature and thermal conjugate parameter, the fluid temperature increased. As wall concentration increases, the fluid concentration also increased. Meanwhile, the velocity increasing as mixed convection and thermal conjugate parameter increased. Contradict, the velocity decreasing as the value of buoyancy ratio and frequency increased.
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