Cattaneo-Christov Theory to model heat flux effect on nanoliquid slip flow over a spinning disk with nanoparticle aggregation and Hall current

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The heat transport of a nanoliquid on a spinning disk with velocity slip and thermal jump boundary conditions is modeled. The effects of external magnetism and the aggregation of nanoparticles are analyzed. The Cattaneo-Christov heat flux model and the Joule heating phenomenon are incorporated in the thermal analysis. The central composite design (CCD) of the response surface methodology is implemented to optimize heat transfer in the nanoliquid. The sensitivity of the heat transport is analyzed. The partial differential governing model is converted into a system of ordinary differential equations using a novel von Karman’s transformation, the consequent system is solved numerically. The significance of physical operating parameters is analyzed through a detailed parametric study. Optimal levels of Hall parameter, Hartmann number, and Eckert number, that optimize the heat transport are determined. The Lorentz force expands the structure of the thermal layer and subsequently reduces the heat transport of the system. The Hall current improves the thickness of the velocity layer in the radial direction, while the thickness of the thermal layer is reduced. Viscous dissipation improves the thickness of the thermal boundary layer. The isothermal boundary condition causes less heat transport in the system than the temperature jump condition.

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