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Non-linear Radiation and Navier-slip effects on UCM Nanofluid Flow past a Stretching Sheet under Lorentzian Force
P. Sreenivasulu, , B. Vasu, R.S.R. Gorla, N. Reddy
Published in Shahid Chamran University of Ahvaz
Volume: 7
Issue: 2
Pages: 638 - 645
In the present article, the novel contributions are modelling of Upper convected Maxwell nanoflow under Lorentzian influence over a stretching surface and investigating it using bvp4c procedure with MATLAB software. The boundary is set fixed with axial slip. Non-linear energy distribution is incorporated. Similarity variables are utilized to transmute non-linear PDEs of the basic fluid model to coupled system of ODEs. Computed numerical results are better compared with the past literature work to evidence its efficacy. The nanoflow momentum, energy, species diffusion are visualized graphically and analyzing the performance of proficient physical quantities on shear stress, energy dispersion coefficient, mass diffusion coefficient scatter of the system are seen through tables. Presence of magnetic field reduces friction at the wall and acts as a cooling agent. Navier slip increases the friction factor near the wall. Non-linear radiation transfers more heat from the system. Energy transfer coefficient is high in linear thermal rather than non-linear thermal distribution. © 2020 Published by Shahid Chamran University of Ahvaz
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JournalJournal of Applied and Computational Mechanics
PublisherShahid Chamran University of Ahvaz