Numerical study based on CVFEM for nanofluid radiation and magnetized natural convected heat transportation
In this manuscript, steady naturally convected nanofluid flow involving thermal radiation has been simulated by involving the inclined magnetic field. Aluminum-oxide nanoparticles are submerged into ordinary electrically conducting H2O. Radiative phenomenon along with distinct nanoparticles shapes is executed. The problem is formulated with the help of basic principles of fluid mechanics and the code is designed for achieving problem solutions. The nature of radiated constraint, Rayleigh number, nanoparticles' shape and magnetic field on nanofluid is labeled and discussed for distinct important quantities. Results revealed that the conduction process is significant mode of heat transportation for higher Darcy factor. The magnetic field utilization obstructs the flow circulation stimulated by the temperature gradient induced buoyancy force.
Journal of Molecular Liquids
Rana, Puneet; Shehzad, S. A.; Ambreen, T.; and Selim, Mahmoud M., "Numerical study based on CVFEM for nanofluid radiation and magnetized natural convected heat transportation" (2021). Kean Publications. 944.