Significance of Tiny Particles of Dust and TiO2 Subject to Lorentz Force: The Case of Non-Newtonian Dusty Rotating Fluid

Bagh Ali, N. Ameer Ahammad, N. Ameer Windarto, Abayomi S. Oke, Nehad Ali Shah, Jae Dong Chung

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Abstract

This work examined the thermodynamics of the MHD rotating dusty Maxwell water-basednanofluid with suspended dust particles. This study examines the importance of increasing thevolume fraction of tiny particles of TiO2 and dust on fluid dynamics. With appropriate similaritytransformations, the governing PDEs for both fluid and dusty-phase models are transformed intonon-linear linked non-dimensional ODEs. To acquire graphical consequences, the bvp4c technique isimplemented in MATLAB scripts. The primary and secondary velocities’ magnitude in both phasesdecreases with an increase in the dust particle volume concentration, Lorentz force, rotating, andMaxwell fluid parameters. The growing strength of tiny particles of dust and TiO2 is responsible forthe upshot of temperature in both dust and nanofluid phases. A visual representation of the Nusseltnumber and skin friction coefficients are is provided.

Original languageEnglish
Article number877
JournalMathematics
Volume11
Issue number4
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - Feb 2023

Keywords

  • MHD
  • dusty fluid
  • nanoparticles
  • non-Newtonian fluid
  • rotational flow

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