Interaction of magneto-nanoparticles in Williamson fluid flow over convective oscillatory moving surface
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The paper addresses the problem of Williamson nanoliquid flow over an oscillatory stretching sheet. The effects of heat source/sink are initiated in the energy equation. The convective conditions at boundary are introduced to examine the mass and heat transport phenomenon. A set of appropriate variables are introduced to reduce number of independent variables in the governing equations. Analytic solutions by homotopic procedure are derived for coupled non-linear differential equations corresponding to non-Newtonian liquid. The interesting results of the problem are interpreted both from theoretical and practical aspects. The results indicate that heat transfer enhancement is possible with insertion of nanoparticles.
KeywordsWilliamson fluid Oscillatory stretching sheet Convective boundary conditions Homotopy analysis method
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