Volume 20 No 12 (2022)
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Casson fluid behaviour on steady, 2-D Nanofluid flow past a stretching sheet in presence of Magnetic field, Melting heat transfer and Porous medium
P. Narender, and T. Ramakrishna Goud
Under the influence of melting heat transfer, porous media, thermophoresis, and Brownian motion phenomena, a viscous, incompressible, and electrically conducting nanofluid was seen to flow across a stretched sheet in this research's MHD boundary layer. During the course of this study, the boundary conditions for the momentum, temperature, and concentration boundary layers are converted into a set of nonlinear ordinary differential equations. These equations are then numerically solved by using the RungeKutta method and the shot approach. In order to demonstrate how the various flow parameters have an effect on velocity, temperature, and concentration, graphs are utilised. Additionally, tables containing various parameter values are provided in order to evaluate the numerical values of shear stress, heat transfer rate, and mass transfer rate. Inferences may then be drawn from these graphs, and the reliability of the data that was gathered can then be assessed.
Casson fluid; Nanofluid; Melting heat transfer; Porous medium; Two-dimensional; MHD; Stretching sheet; R-K method;
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