Behavior of stratifications and convective phenomena in mixed convection flow of 3D Carreau nanofluid with radiative heat flux View Full Text


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2018-10-13

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M. Irfan, M. Khan, W. A. Khan

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Nanoliquids, the engineered liquids with isolated effectual nanoparticles have disclosed a surprising thermo-physical effects and added functionalities and therefore have supported an extensive sort of essential applications. In particular, nanoliquids have displayed pointedly improved aptitude of heat transfer as equated to traditional functioning liquids. The notable intention of current scrutiny is to explore the features of combined convective and stratification phenomena by utilizing Brownian and thermophoresis nanoparticles on 3D mixed convection flow of magnetite Carreau fluid influenced by a bidirectional stretching surface. The heat transport phenomenon is also betrothed in the manifestation of thermal radiation and the heat sink/source. By means of suitable conversions the nonlinear PDEs transformed into nonlinear ODEs. To identify the behavior of numerous somatic parameters, numerically bvp4c tactic has been worked to elucidate the governing ODEs. The graphical depiction is delineated and tables are organized for diverse physical parameters on Carreau nanofluid. It is scrutinized that the impact of magnetic parameter on both the velocity components is analogous and diminishes both the velocities for shear thinning/thickening liquids. Moreover, the present exploration reports that the mixed convection and thermal stratification parameters decline the liquid temperature and allied thickness of the thermal boundary layer for both shear thickening/thinning liquids. More... »

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