Bidirectionally Stretched Flow of Jeffrey Liquid with Nanoparticles, Rosseland Radiation and Variable Thermal Conductivity
Archives of Thermodynamics
Heat and mass transfer stretched flow of an incompressible, electrically conducting Jeffrey fluid has been studied numerically. Nanoparticles are suspended in the base fluid and it has many applications such as cooling of engines, thermal absorption systems, lubricants fuel cell, nanodrug delivery system and so on. Temperature dependent variable thermal conductivity with Rosseland approximation is taken into account and suction effect is employed in the boundary conditions. The governing partial differential equations are first transformed into set of ordinary differential equations using selected similarity transformations, which are then solved numerically using Runge-Kutta-Felhberg fourth-fifth order method along with shooting technique. The flow, heat and mass transfer characteristics with local Nusselt number for various physical parameters are presented graphically and a detailed discussion regarding the effect of flow parameters on velocity and temperature profiles are provided. It is found that, increase of variable thermal conductivity, radiation, Brownian motion and thermophoresis parameter increases the rate of heat transfer. Local Nusseltnumber has been computed for various parameters and it is observed that,in the presence of variable thermal conductivity and Rosseland approxima-tion, heat transfer characteristics are higher as compared to the constant thermal conductivity and linear thermal radiation.
Archana, M.; Gireesha, B. J.; Rashidi, M. M.; Prasannakumara, B. C.; and Gorla, Rama S.R., "Bidirectionally Stretched Flow of Jeffrey Liquid with Nanoparticles, Rosseland Radiation and Variable Thermal Conductivity" (2018). Mechanical Engineering Faculty Publications. 340.