Non-oblique stagnation point flow of γ-hybrid nanoparticles with ethylene glycol and water-based materials due to curved radiated surface

A. Abbasi, Sami Ullah Khan*, Kamel Al-Khaled, M. Gul, W. Farooq

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Sustainable thermal resources play a dynamic role in industrial and engineering growth and subsequently improve energy consumption. The attention of researchers toward renewable energy resource is subsequently improved with the interaction of various kinds of nanoparticles. This thermal contribution aims to explore the novel applications of (Formula presented.) nanoparticles with nonlinear radiative phenomena. The induced flow is subject to the stagnation point flow via curved stretched cylinder. Two famous base materials like ethylene glycol (Formula presented.) and water (Formula presented.) are considered which are significantly used in industrial and engineering phenomena as an energy source. The comparative thermal aspect for the suspension of (Formula presented.) and (Formula presented.) is focused. The thermal characteristics of (Formula presented.) nanoparticles and base materials are presented. The motivations for exploring the thermal impact of (Formula presented.) nanoparticles with ethylene glycol (Formula presented.) and water (Formula presented.) are justified applications in solar systems, energy production, engine oils, chemical reaction, and as a modified energy source. After altering the thermal flow problem into dimensionless form, the numerical computations were performed via Keller Box scheme. It is observed that the heat transfer rate is enhanced by increasing the solid volume fractions. The rate of thermal phenomenon controls due to the velocity ratio parameter.

Original languageEnglish
JournalWaves in Random and Complex Media
Publication statusPublished - Jan 9 2023


  • -nanofluid
  • curved surface
  • Keller Box scheme
  • nonlinear radiation
  • stagnation point flow

ASJC Scopus subject areas

  • Engineering(all)
  • Physics and Astronomy(all)

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