Magnetohydrodynamic Jeffrey nanoliquid flow with thermally radiative Newtonian heat and mass species

Sabir Ali Shehzad


This study characterizes the properties of Newtonian heat and mass species conditions in three-dimensional Jeffrey nanoliquid flow generated by the movement of thermally radiative surface. The liquid flow is electrically conducting through the consideration of magnetic field. The aspects of heat absorption, generation and thermal radiation are considered in the equation of energy conservation. The boundary layer phenomenon is employed to obtain the mathematical expressions of considered physical model. These equations are solved via homotopic scheme. The convergence of homotopic solutions is validated by the numerical data. The importance of physical constraints on temperature and nanoparticle concentration of liquid is visualized by the graphical results.


Three-dimensional flow; Jeffrey liquid; Nanoparticles; Newtonian conditions; Bidirectional surface

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