Effect of Suction/Injection on the Stream of a Magnetohydrodynamic Casson Fluid over a Vertical Stretching Surface Installed in a Porous Medium with a Variable Heat Sink/Source
Keywords:Casson fluid, Extending surface, Heat source/sink, Permeability, Suction/injection
In this paper, we examined the heat transmission properties of a 2D magnetohydrodynamic stationary Casson shear thickening liquid via a perpendicular extending pane installed in a permeable medium in the existence of a changeable warmth sink/source. The effect of current energy is also measured. With appropriate likeness changes, the leading partial differential equations and agreeing borderline circumstances are transported to ordinary equations and answered numerically by the Runge-Kutta fourth-order methods with shooting procedure. Concurrent results to the event of injection and suction are presented. The encouragement of various non-dimensional factors on velocity and temperature circulations with skin friction factor and resident Nusselt numeral was analyzed by graphs and tables for both injection and suction belongings. Growth in magnetic field limits primes to diminution in velocity and improves the circulation of temperature. Biot numeral and radiation limit help to rise the velocity field and circulation of temperature field in both the cases injection and suction. Nusselt numeral is lessened for an appreciation for the values of magnetic arena, Biot numeral, Prandtl numeral, Permeability restriction, Eckert numeral and non-unchanging heat sink/source restrictions ( A*, B *) and increased for Grashof numeral. Friction factor is a growing function of Grashof numeral, Eckert numeral and non-unchanging heat sink/source restrictions ( A*, B *) decreased for magnetic field, Biot numeral, Prandtl numeral, Permeability restriction.
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