Particle-shape illustration via the Hamilton–Crosser and Yamada–Ota hybrid nanofluid flow models past a stretching cylinder
Department of Mathematics, Siksha ‘O’ Anusandhan Deemed to Be University, 751030, Bhubaneswar, Odisha, India
Accepted: 27 January 2023
Published online: 27 February 2023
The current flow phenomena are described for the thermophysical behavior of nanoparticles due to the implementation of the Hamilton–Crosser hybrid nanofluid model through a stretching cylinder. Further, the Yamada–Ota hybrid nanofluid model is also described for cylindrical- and spherical-shaped nanoparticles. Interpretation of inertial drag with thermal radiation and the use of homogenous and heterogeneous chemical reaction enhance the study as well, and the utilization of hybrid nanofluid is crucial due to the recent requirement for industrial applications and in many fields of biological, engineering sciences, etc. Employing useful transformations, the governing equations are transformed into ordinary nonlinear equations, and further, these are solved numerically. The analysis of the various physical components that characterize the flow phenomena is obtained and presented through graphs. The behavior of these parameters is described briefly exhibiting their physical significance.
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