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Heat Transfer of Crossflow of MHD Williamson Fluid Over a Porous Shrinking Surface Consisting of CuO-TiO2/Water Hybrid Nanofluid with Thermal Radiation, Buoyancy, and Heat Source/Sink Impacts

R. Mehta, S. Jangid, M.K. Sharma and A. Bhatnagar

Abstract

The area of this research is to inspect the Williamson fluid flow through a rotating stagnation point toward a reducing permeable wall included by a CuO-TiO2/H2O (Copper oxide-Titanium dioxide/Water). The form considerations, as well as the thermal radiation, Joule heating, buoyancy force, and heat generation/ absorption parameters, are considered. The enclosed boundary layers are stream wise by the shrinking sheet. PDEs are renovated into ODEs with the appropriate transformations. For unique values of relevant parameters, the transmogrified system of ODEs is calculated using the MATLAB tool with bvp4c. The friction factor increased when GT and SA raised, but increasing W and Mn had the reverse effect. Improving Q and Ec increased the heat transference rate, but growing Nr had the reverse effect.

Published on: December 28, 2023
doi: 10.17756/nwj.2023-s5-055
Citation: Mehta R, Jangid S, Sharma MK, Bhatnagar A. 2023. Heat Transfer of Crossflow of MHD Williamson Fluid Over a Porous Shrinking Surface Consisting of CuO-TiO2/Water Hybrid Nanofluid with Thermal Radiation, Buoyancy, and Heat Source/Sink Impacts. NanoWorld J 9(S5): S293-S304.

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