Investigation of Thermal Radiative Tangent Hyperbolic Nanofluid Flow Due to Stretched Sheet
The current study illuminates the enactment of a tangent hyperbolic nanofluid past a bidirectional stretchable surface. The phenomena of heat and mass transfer with joule heating, chemical reaction, and thermal radiation have been debated. For the motivation of the problem, convective boundary conditions are part of this study. The modeled partial differential equations are mended into ordinary differential equations with the help of appropriate self-similarity transformations. Furthermore, the resulting system of ODEs is numerically handled by using well-established shooting scheme and acquired numerical outcomes are compared with ND Solve command of Mathematica. The Effects of prominent parameters on velocity, temperature and volumetric concentration distribution are inspected through graphs. The influence of emerging parameters involved in this study on flow and heat removal features are deliberated in detail. As we are increasing the values of power-law index n, Prandtl number Pr and Magnetic parameter M, outcomes increment in skin friction coefficient while decline in the Nusselt number is seen.
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