• MHD FLOW AND SISKO FLUID OVER A STRETCHING CYLINDER IN THE PRESENCE OF VISCOUS DISSIPATION AND CONVECTIVE BOUNDARY CONDITION: KELLER – BOX METHOD

M. SASIKALA, M. SUDHAKAR REDDY, R. BHUVANA VIJAYA

Abstract


Present statement and mathematical examination of magneto hydrodynamic Sisko fluid flow over linearly stretching cylinder along with mutual effects of temperature depending thermal conductivity, viscous dissipation, and convective boundary condition. The arising set of flow governing equations is bespoke under usual boundary layer hypothesis. A set of variable similarity transforms are employed to shift the governing partial differential equations into ordinary differential equations. The rationalization of attained extremely nonlinear simultaneous equations is computed by a well-organized technique known as Keller-Box method. Numerical computations are accomplished and attractive aspects of flow velocity and temperature are visualized via graphs for special parametric conditions. A wide-ranging discussion is presented to divulge the influence of flow parameters on wall shear stress and local Nusselt number via figures and tables. Furthermore, it is observed that magnetic field has given obvious confrontation to the fluid motion while both material ....


Keywords


Sisko fluid, stretching cylinder, MHD, Viscous dissipation, Convective condition.

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