Shape effects of gold nanoparticles on squeezing nanofluid flow and heat transfer between parallel plates
The current paper examines how the form of gold (Au) nanostructures affects the compression of nanofluids and heat transmission across parallel surfaces. Water has been used as the porous medium to explore the various morphologies of nanomaterials, including columns, spheres, hexahedron, tetrahedron, and lamina. In order to create (ODEs), proper modifications must be applied to (PDEs). To solve nonlinear boundaries value regular differential equations statistically, the homotopy analysis method (HAM) guarantees converging of the numerical integration. On temperature and velocity profiles the impacts of several variables, including a solid volume fraction, thermal radiation, Reynolds number, magnetic field, Eckert number, sucking component, and slope angle, are represented graphically. The Nusselt is studied graphically for different values of the relevant factors. The obtained data show that, in comparison to other shapes of nanoparticles, lamina-shaped nanoparticles have the highest rate of heat transport and that sphere-shaped nanoparticles have played a significant role in thermal dispersion.
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