A least square study on flow and radiative heat transfer of hybrid nanofluid over a moving frame by considering a spherical shape particle

Sabir Ali Shehzad


The scenario of this attempt is to elucidate the nature of hydrodynamic hybrid nanofluid over a moving frame. Solar radiation and the spherical shape particle are implemented. The implication of suitable transformation corresponds to self-similarity equations. Least square and RKF 45th-order techniques are employed to evaluate these non-dimensional equations. For better understanding of the problem, energy and flow features are demonstrated for distinct physical constraints. It is recognized that the transfer of fluid heat is pronounced for enhancing  but dismisses in rising values of . The larger   generates more heat in liquid that results in improvement of temperature.


solar radiation; spherical shape particle; least square method; hybrid nanofluid

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.31349/RevMexFis.66.162


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