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Exploring Three-Dimensional MHD Maxwell Hybrid Nanofluid Flow: A Computational Study on a Stretching sheet

Journal: Journal of Computational Applied Mechanics (Vol.55, No. 1)

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Page : 77-91

Keywords : Stretching sheet; Magnetohydrodynamics MHD; Maxwell fluid; hybrid nanofluid;

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A three-dimensional Maxwell hybrid nanofluid under MHD effects is analyzed and shown across a stretched sheet. Molybdenum disulfide (MoS2) and graphene oxide (GO) nanoparticles combined with ethylene glycol (EG) make up the hybrid nanofluid. Coupled nonlinear partial differential equations are used to describe the controlling equations. These equations are then converted into coupled nonlinear ordinary differential equations using similarity transformations. Through the use of MATLAB programming and the bvp4c technique, these equations may be solved numerically. Figures and tables that illustrate the effects of the Deborah number, magnetic parameter, rotational parameter, and volume percentage of nanoparticles on temperature, velocity, skin friction coefficient, and Nusselt number have been studied. The salient characteristics are: The velocity decreases with increasing Deborah number, magnetic parameter, and rotational parameter values. The findings indicate that the surface temperature is increased by higher values of the Deborah number, magnetic parameter, and rotational parameter. The hybrid nanofluid exhibits greater values of temperature, velocity, and Nusselt number in comparison to the nanofluid. A comparison analysis agrees well with the previous studies.

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