%0 Journal Article
%T Entropy generation analysis for chemically reactive flow of Sutterby nanofluid considering radiation aspects
%J Scientia Iranica
%I Sharif University of Technology
%Z 1026-3098
%A Azeem Khan, W.
%A Anjum, N.
%A Hobiny, A.
%A Ali, M.
%D 2024
%\ 06/01/2024
%V 31
%N 12
%P 935-944
%! Entropy generation analysis for chemically reactive flow of Sutterby nanofluid considering radiation aspects
%K Sutterby nanoliquid
%K entropy generation
%K viscous dissipation
%K Activation energy
%K GDQM Technique
%R 10.24200/sci.2023.60105.6594
%X Nanofluids show greater heat transfer rate and characteristics of mechanical friction diminution using nano-sized hard elements to fluid. Moreover, regarding the working of heat transfer fluid, nanofluid is widely used in areas of refrigeration, shipping, automobile, chemical industry, energy, electronics, air conditioning, computer, and many other areas to cope heat transference issues. The aforesaid utilizations motivated us to encounter entropy generation aspects for Sutterby nanofluid flow configured by permeable surface. Moreover, well-known Buongiorno's model capturing same attributes of Brownian and thermophoretic-diffusions is presented for modeling and investigation. Additionally, (MHD) as well as thermal radiation effects are the part of current work. Here, we have also considered the viscous dissipation aspects. Similarity variable are used to decrease set of nonlinear PDEs into set of ODEs then resolved numerically by using bvp4c algorithm, besides the pertinent parameters are addressed graphically. The physical aspect of fluid flow, temperature, concentration for variation of involved parameters is explained with the help of graphs. Velocity of Sutterby nano fluid has opposite behaviors versus Sutterby fluid parameter and magnetic parameters. Augmented values of Brownian moment, thermophoresis and heat source parameters intensify the temperature of nanofluid. Concentration of Sutterby nanofluid deteriorates for greater Schmidt number.
%U https://scientiairanica.sharif.edu/article_23296_fdef68fb05aa2a19850ee9d3b576de6c.pdf