Nonlinear Approximation for Natural Convection Flow Past A Vertical Moving Plate With Nonlinear Thermal Radiation Effect
This piece of work contains significant insight associated with the analysis of fluid transport in the vicinity of a constantly moving vertical plate with nonlinear thermal radiation. The heat transport at the wall surface is assumed to be influenced by convective boundary conditions. Furthermore, thermal transport is considered to be enhanced by nonlinear temperature variation with temperature (NDT). The boundary layer approximation equations are simplified through suitable alteration known as the similarity transformation. The resulting ODEs are translated into the IVP via shooting techniques and then integrated using the RKF45 algorithm in Maple. The impact of the dimensionless parameters dictating the fluid behaviour is demonstrated via graphs and tables. In the cause of the analysis, it is observed that the heat transfer enhances when the fluid flow in the direction +ve x-axis whereas the plate moves in the direction of the -ve x-axis but decreases when the plate and fluid move in the same direction. The skin friction coefficient decreases when the fluid flow is directed toward the +ve x-axis whereas the plate moves toward the -ve x-axis but is enhanced when the plate and the fluid move in the same orientation. The temperature and velocity profiles appreciate with the nonlinear thermal radiation when the motion of the plate and the fluid are on the same axis. The temperature gradient near the wall depreciated gradually due to nonlinear thermal radiation growth but appreciate in the free stream.
Keywords:Natural convection, Thermal radiation, Moving vertical plate
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