TY - JOUR
AU - K, Sandhya Rani
AU - Gurrampati, Venkata Ramana Reddy
PY - 2022/07/22
Y2 - 2022/09/28
TI - Cattaneo-Christov Heat and Mass Transfer Flux Across Electro-Hydrodynamics Blood-Based Hybrid NanoFluid Subject to Lorentz Force
JF - CFD Letters
JA - CFD Lett.
VL - 14
IS - 7
SE - Articles
DO - 10.37934/cfdl.14.7.124134
UR - https://semarakilmu.com.my/journals/index.php/CFD_Letters/article/view/557
SP - 124-134
AB - <p>This study is unique in that it considers both the magnetic field and the electromagnetic force in the flow direction. The imposed magnetic field causes the fluid flow to slow down, whereas the electric force factor increases the fluid velocity and temperature.The principle aim of the present study is addressing electro-hydrodynamic blood-based hybrid nanofluid behaviour when it passes through a vertical stretchable areas.The theories of the Cattaneo-Christov model were investigated with thermal radiation possessing heat generation in this study. Partial differential equations were used to solve the problem. To look into systems of coupled nonlinear differential equations, the set of equations was simplified using appropriate variables. The answer to simplified equations is obtained using a novel numerical method known as the Spectral relaxation method (SRM). Because it can decouple and linearize the set of equations, the SRM is preferred. The SRM uses the Gauss-Seidel approach as itsfoundation. The analysis of equations were done numerically utilizing spectral relaxation techniques. The outcomes are (i) Higher electric field factor is noticed to enhance both velocity and temperature profile; (ii) Increase in Eckert number is observed to increase both thermal and hydrodynamic boundary layer thickness; (iii) A higher value of K extends the hole and allows for higher fluid flow by increasing the fluid velocity; (iv) Increase in Pr depreciates both velocity and temperature profile; and (v) A higher value of Sc depreciates the skin friction and Sherwood number</p>
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