Newtonian heat and mass conditions impact in thermally radiated Maxwell nanofluid Darcy–Forchheimer flow with heat generation

Newtonian heat and mass conditions impact in thermally radiated Maxwell nanofluid... PurposeThis paper aims to elaborate the characteristics of magneto-Maxwell nanoliquid toward moving radiated surface. Flow analysis subject to Darcy–Forchheimer concept is studied. Newtonian heat/mass conditions and heat source aspects are taken into account for modeling. Apposite transformations are introduced for non-dimensionalization process.Design/methodology/approachOptimal homotopy analysis method is implemented to compute convergent solutions of nonlinear ordinary differential equations.FindingsTemperature field increments when thermophoresis, heat generation and Brownian movement parameters are increased, whereas reverse situation is noticed for larger Prandtl number. The results also witness that concentration distribution has opposite characteristics for larger thermophoresis and Brownian movement parameters. Furthermore, the presented analysis reduces to traditional Darcy relation in the absence of local inertia coefficient.Originality/valueAs per the authors’ knowledge, no such analysis has been yet reported. http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png International Journal of Numerical Methods for Heat & Fluid Flow Emerald Publishing

Newtonian heat and mass conditions impact in thermally radiated Maxwell nanofluid Darcy–Forchheimer flow with heat generation

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Emerald Publishing
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Copyright © Emerald Group Publishing Limited
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0961-5539
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10.1108/HFF-11-2018-0695
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PurposeThis paper aims to elaborate the characteristics of magneto-Maxwell nanoliquid toward moving radiated surface. Flow analysis subject to Darcy–Forchheimer concept is studied. Newtonian heat/mass conditions and heat source aspects are taken into account for modeling. Apposite transformations are introduced for non-dimensionalization process.Design/methodology/approachOptimal homotopy analysis method is implemented to compute convergent solutions of nonlinear ordinary differential equations.FindingsTemperature field increments when thermophoresis, heat generation and Brownian movement parameters are increased, whereas reverse situation is noticed for larger Prandtl number. The results also witness that concentration distribution has opposite characteristics for larger thermophoresis and Brownian movement parameters. Furthermore, the presented analysis reduces to traditional Darcy relation in the absence of local inertia coefficient.Originality/valueAs per the authors’ knowledge, no such analysis has been yet reported.

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International Journal of Numerical Methods for Heat & Fluid FlowEmerald Publishing

Published: Aug 5, 2019

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