Double Stratification Effects on MHD Tangent Hyperbolic Nano-fluid Flow with Variable Viscosity and Heat transfer
Keywords:Double Stratification, Hyperbolic Tangent nanofluid, flow of MHD, Variable Viscosity, Heat Generation, Extending Sheet, BVP4C.
AbstractThis work offerings two-dimensional flow of magneto hydrodynamic tangent hyperbolic fluid along with double stratification effects, heat transfer and nano-particles to a widening sheet. The mathematical modeling of existing flow study provides non-linear partial differential equations which are then convert to ordinary differential equations via suitable scale transformations. The resulting equations are then resolved by means of the BVP4C (MATLAB package). The performance of physical parameters involved (Prandtl number Pr, Weissenberg number We, Hartmann number M, Nt number of thermophoresis, Lewis number Le and Brownian motion parameter Nb) on temperature, concentration and velocity are construed in aspect. As well, Sherwood number, Nusselt number and the coefficient of skin friction is calculated and evaluated. It has been sightseen that the number of Weissenberg and Hartmann decrease the movement of fluid. The parameter of thermophoresis and Brownian motion improve fluid temperature. The parameter of Sherwood number increases the function while the number of Nusselt decreases function to increase the values â€‹â€‹of the parameter of Thermophoresis number, Lewis number, Brownian motion parameter and Prandtl number. Furthermore, the calculated outcomes are linked with the prevailing works to authenticate the accurateness of the result, we can see that the current consequences have enough similarity to informed facts.
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Ali, A., Hussain, R., & Ahsan, M. (2018). Double Stratification Effects on MHD Tangent Hyperbolic Nano-fluid Flow with Variable Viscosity and Heat transfer. Journal of the Pakistan Institute of Chemical Engineers, 46(1), 35–45. Retrieved from http://piche.org.pk/journal/index.php/jpiche/article/view/422
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