Cross electromagnetic nanofluid flow examination with infinite shear rate viscosity and melting heat through Skan-Falkner wedge

El Sayed M. Tag El Din, Tanveer Sajid, Wasim Jamshed, Syed Zahir Hussain Shah, Mohamed R. Eid, Assad Ayub, Kamel Guedri, Manuel Sánchez-Chero, José Antonio Sánchez Chero, Gilberto Carrión Barco, Gisella Luisa Elena Maquen-Niño

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Abstract

This demonstration of study focalizes the melting transport and inclined magnetizing effect of cross fluid with infinite shear rate viscosity along the Skan-Falkner wedge. Transport of energy analysis is brought through the melting process and velocity distribution is numerically achieved under the influence of the inclined magnetic dipole effect. Moreover, this study brings out the numerical effect of the process of thermophoresis diffusion and Brownian motion. The infinite shear rate of viscosity model of cross fluid reveals the set of partial differential equations (PDEs). Similarity transformation of variables converts the PDEs system into nonlinear ordinary differential equations (ODEs). Furthermore, a numerical bvp4c process is imposed on these resultant ODEs for the pursuit of a numerical solution. From the debate, it is concluded that melting process cases boost the velocity of fluid and velocity ratio parameter. The augmentation of the minimum value of energy needed to activate or energize the molecules or atoms to activate the chemical reaction boosts the concentricity.

Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)1233-1249
Number of pages17
JournalOpen Physics
Volume20
Issue number1
DOIs
StatePublished - 1 Jan 2022

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Keywords

  • 2-D cross fluid
  • Brownian motion
  • inclined magnetized flow
  • infinite shear rate viscosity
  • melting process of energy
  • thermophoresis diffusion

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