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Effects of Thermal Radiation and Heat Generation on the Mechanical Properties of Unsteady Continuous Moving Surface in a Nanofluid in the Presence of Suction/Injection
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Authors
[1]
Abdel-Rahman A. Saad, Engineering Mathematics and Physics Department, Faculty of Engineering, Benha University, Cairo, Egypt.
[2]
E. M. A. Elbashbeshy, Mathematics Department, Faculty of Science, Ain Shams University, Abbassia, Cairo, Egypt.
[3]
T. G. Emam, Mathematics Department, Faculty of Science, Ain Shams University, Abbassia, Cairo, Egypt.
[4]
M. S. Abdel-wahed, Engineering Mathematics and Physics Department, Faculty of Engineering, Modern University -MTI, Cairo, Egypt.
Abstract
The effect of thermal radiation, heat generation, suction/injection, Nanoparticles type, and Nanoparticles volume fraction on heat transfer characteristics and mechanical properties of unsteady moving surface embedded into cooling medium consists of water with Cu, Ag or Al2O3 particles has been investigated. Similarity equations are obtained through the application of similarity transformation techniques. These equations are solved numerically to obtain the velocity, temperature in the respective boundary layer.
Keywords
Nanofluid, Unsteady Motion, Heat Generation, Thermal Radiation, Suction/Injection
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