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On Time-Dependent Rheology of Sutterby Nanofluid Transport across a Rotating Cone with Anisotropic Slip Constraints and Bioconvection
Abualnaja, Khadijah M.
Jaradat, Mohammed M. M.
Ali, Hafiz M.
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The purpose and novelty of our study include the scrutinization of the unsteady flow and heat characteristics of the unsteady Sutterby nano-fluid flow across an elongated cone using slip boundary conditions. The bioconvection of gyrotactic micro-organisms, Cattaneo-Christov, and thermal radiative fluxes with magnetic fields are significant physical aspects of the study. Anisotropic constraints on the cone surface are taken into account. The leading formulation is transmuted into ordinary differential formate via similarity functions. Five coupled equations with nonlinear terms are resolved numerically through the utilization of a MATLAB code for the Runge-Kutta procedure. The parameters of buoyancy ratio, the porosity of medium, and bioconvection Rayleigh number decrease x-direction velocity. The slip parameter retard y-direction velocity. The temperature for Sutterby fluids is at a hotter level, but its velocity is vividly slower compared to those of nanofluids. The temperature profile improves directly with thermophoresis, v-velocity slip, and random motion of nanoentities. 2022 by the authors.
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