¬¬Chemical Reaction and Nonlinear Rosseland Approximation Effects On Double-Diffusive MHD Sisko Nanofluid Flow Over a Nonlinear Stretching Sheet in A Porous Medium with Concentration-Dependent Internal Heat Source
This study investigates the two-dimensional magnetohydrodynamics laminar flow of a Sisko nanofluid over a nonlinear stretching sheet in a porous medium, considering chemical reactions, nonlinear Rosseland approximation, and an internal heat source based on concentration. The governing boundary layer equations and associated boundary conditions are transformed into non-dimensional form using appropriate variables. The resulting non-dimensional equations are solved using the modified Adomian decomposition technique, implemented with the symbolic computing software MATHEMATICA. The influence of various parameters, including Prandtl number, thermophoresis parameter, Brownian motion parameter, chemical reaction parameter, Sisko fluid parameters, heat source parameter, radiation parameter, Darcy number, mass Grashof number, magnetic field, and Grashof number, on the flow fields of velocity, temperature, and nanoparticles volume fractions is depicted through graphical representations. The study reveals that the velocity profile is accelerated by the first value of the Sisko fluid parameter and Darcy number, but it diminishes in the presence of a magnetic field and the second Sisko fluid parameter. The temperature profile decreases with an increment in the Prandtl number, while it improves in proportion to increases in the heat source, thermophoresis, Brownian motion, and radiation parameters respectively. Additionally, an increase in the chemical reaction parameter leads to an increase in the concentration profile of the fluid.
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