MHD Analysis of Couple Stress Hybrid Nanofluid Free Stream over a Spinning Darcy-Forchheimer Porous Disc under the Effect of Thermal Radiation
This article develops the semianalytical analysis of couple stress hybrid nanofluid free stream past a rotating disc by applying the magnetic flux effects and radiation of thermal energy. The analysis of such kind of mixed convective flow is most important due to numerous industrial applications such as electronic devices, atomic reactors, central solar energy equipment, and heat transferring devices. The impact of variable permeability is also considered in the study. The permeability of the disc obeys the Darcy-Forchheimer model. The hybrid nanofluid is composed of water, titanium dioxide, and aluminum oxide. The set of governing equations in the PDE form are transformed to couple ODEs by applying similarity transformations. The ODE set are solved by applying the technique of HAM. The graphs of impacts of numerous physical parameters over momentum, energy, and concentration profiles are drawn in computer-based application Mathematica 11.0.1. In the sundry physical parameters, the porosity parameter, Reynolds number, inertial parameter, Prandtl number, Schmidt number, couple stress, and quotient of rotational momentum to elongating rate are included. During the analysis, it is found that the momentum profile of the couple stress hybrid nanofluid enhances with local inertial parameter, couple stress parameter, porosity parameter, and Reynolds number but declines for the growth in Hartmann number. Heat transfer rate enhances for radiation parameter but decreases in variable for temperature, thermal stratification parameter, thermophoresis parameter, and Brownian parameter.
The era in which we are living the use of machinery and modern technology is too much like in civil, mechanical, and engineering. It is fact that production of heat is associated with machinery. The extra production of heat causes lower efficiency of the machinery and more consumption of energy. To reduce such production of useless heat in the running machinery, we used such technologies and approaches in which the use of such fluids is very common like water, mineral, organic (ethylene glycol, refrigerants, and tri-ethylene-glycol), bio, and herbal oils. The uses of such fluids are in cement, lather, garments, tiles, and rock cutting industries. Such kind of fluids was used in scientific purposes like hydroelectric, thermal electric, and nuclear power stations. But the uses of such common fluids have some limitations, because these common fluids used as a coolant has low heat capacity. Metals (gold, silver, and copper), metal oxides (for example, aluminum oxide (), iron oxide (), silver oxide (), zirconia (), titania (), alloy of metals, metal nitrides (), and metal carbides () have high heat capacity as compared to the common fluids; thus, by the amalgamation of common fluids and metals, metal oxides and alloy of metals enhance the heat capacity of the common fluids. This concept was presented by the pioneer scientist Choi and Eastman . At the beginning of invention of such new kind of suspension, the particle size in base fluids was in such a range that they were sediment after some time and its efficiency was not up to mark. So, after this, the researched recommended that the particle size should be smaller to enhance the heat capacity of the suspension and reduces the chances of sedimentation of the particles in the base fluids. When magnitude of metal particle inside the common liquid is in the , then, the efficiency of such suspension is better. The solid particles are called nanoparticles, and common fluids in the suspensions are known as base fluids. Therefore, this new kind of suspension is called nanofluid. For the better performance of these nanofluids, the researchers add another kind of solid powder of nanosized particles. In the means due to hybridization of nanoparticles in the nanoliquid, the nanofluid heat capacity enhances. This is the next generation of the nanofluid. The size of the nanoparticles in the nanofluid or in the hybridnaofluid should be so small to flow through the porous medium . Madhesh et al.  studied the experimental flow of heat in the hybrid nanofluid of across a tubular shaped container; the nanoparticles volume fraction during the experiment was to . Senthilaraja et al.  studied experimentally the thermal conductivity of hybrid nanofluid composed of , during the experiment the nanoparticle volume fraction was () and temperature variation was to . Bhosale and Borse  experimentally showed that the hybrid nanofluid is better significantly than conventional fluid in critical heat flux (CHF) by using a wire in pool boiling. He et al.  prepared a new kind of hybrid nanofluid composed of SWCNTs (single-wall carbon nanotubes) and CuSNPs (copper sulfide nanoparticles) into the base fluid PSS (styrene sulfonate) and analyze this new kind of hybrid nanofluid for production of electricity. Esfe et al.  experimentally analyzed the impact of nanoparticle percentage in the base fluid over the thermal conductivity of the hybrid nanofluid. Syam et al.  demonstrated experimentally the impact of MHD on the thermal conductivity and viscosity of hybrid nanofluid of (ND: nanodiamond). The shape of the nanoparticles like spherical, cylindrical, brick, platelet, or blade shape affects the thermal capacity of the nanofluid. The nanofluid emerged as a favorable heat transferring agent from last few decades of years due to contempt of inconsistency in the literature of the nanofluid and lacking of understanding of the heat transfer mechanisms. With regard to the extension of nanofluid study, the researchers invent a new kind of fluid by adding various kinds of nanoparticles in mixture/composite form in the conventional fluid; this type of fluid is identified by a hybrid nanofluid. As compared to the nanofluid, the hybrid nanofluid is the good heat transferring agent due to less disadvantages, enhanced thermal characteristics, and synergistic effect of nanoparticles of multikind of nanoparticles versus single kind of nanoparticle and less pressure drop characteristic. For the industrial use production of nanofluid, hybrid nanofluid is the great challenge for researchers due to selection of suitable nanomaterial which is affordable in cost and fulfills the required needs, long-term stability, and simple in production . Haidera et al.  have investigated the stream of hybrid nanofluid across the medium obeying the Darcy-Forchheimer model. They solve this flow by the shooting method by keeping the slip condition of momentum as well as applying thermal radiation and stratification. Acharya et al.  have explored the results related to the MHD stream of nanofluid over a spinning disc under the inspirations of Hall current and thermal radiation. They solve the problem through the RK-4 approach and then compare their results with a shooting technique. Farooq et al.  have inspected the entropy production in the hybrid nanofluid over a stretched rotting circular disc. They investigated the influence of transportation and viscous effects. 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Now, researchers take interest to analyze the nanofluid flow across the medium having variable permeability and porosity. By keeping in mind the above study, we examined the hybrid couple stress nanofluid across the medium having variable permeability and porosity under the impact of MHD. In this study, the rotation of the medium having variable permeability and porosity was also encountered.
2. Mathematical Formulation
We assumed the 3D stream of hybrid nanofluid past a rotating circular disc. The angular momentum of the disc is represented by . The disc is made up of a porous medium obeying the Darcy-Forchheimer model. The permeability and porosity of the circular disc are variable. This flow of the couple stress hybrid nanofluid is in a steady state. The fluid is electrically conducted and heated up by applying thermal radiation which is also affected by the magnetic field. The electrical conductivity of the hybrid nanofluid is symbolized by . The flow of the couple stress fluid past a rotating disc is represented geometrically as below.
Here, are the momentum components taken in the direction of . The effect of concentration is also encountered in the study. The principal equations of the assumed stream are as follows:
The variable permeability and porosity of the disc are given in the mathematical form as
The boundary conditions for the problem are
represents the quotient of heat capacity of solid nanoparticles to base fluid heat capacity, is ratio of thermal conductivity to specific heat of the hybrid nanofluid, represents Hartmann number, indicates the velocity slip parameter with indicating the velocity slip coefficient, shows porosity parameter, symbolizes the parameter of couple stress, represents local Reynolds number, expresses local inertial parameter with permeability and porosity, is the parameter where , represents the radiation parameter, is the temperature variable, is thermal stratification parameter with any dimensional constants, indicates Brownian diffusion coefficient, demonstrates the coefficient of thermophoretic diffusion, indicates thermophoresis parameter, and is the Brownian motion parameter.
3. Thermophysical Properties
Thermophysical properties are the properties of the material which is considered very important in the transfer of heat. The thermophysical properties of a substance comprises specific heat capacity , thermal conductivity , coefficient of liner and volumetric expansion , heat of vaporization , and heat of combustion . Some of the thermophysical properties of titanium dioxide , aluminum oxide , and water related to our problem are given in the table given below.
4. Engineer Interest Quantities
In the modern era, the use of mechanical and electrical equipment is much more; the generation of heat and friction must be associated with running machineries. The production of useless heat and friction reduces the efficiency of equipment. For the reduction of friction and transfer of useless heat, nanofluids are used in the equipment and machineries. For the flow analysis of couple stress hybrid nanofluid through permeable medium, the two terms skin friction and Nusselt number are more important. Skin friction is important to study the friction among the fluid and solid parts of the equipment, and the Nusselt number is calculated to examine the heat transfer rate through fluids. These two terms are explained below.
4.1. Skin Friction
The skin friction for the current phenomenon is defined mathematically in the nondimensional differential form as follows:
4.2. Local Nusselt Constant
The Nusselt number for the current problem is defined mathematically in the nondimensional differential form as follows:
5. Solution by HAM
The semianalytic technique HAM is applied to our modeled problem given in equations (12)–(15) by utilizing the boundary conditions in equation (16). The schematic representation of the HAM technique is as follows.
The linear operators for the HAM are demarcated as
The nonlinear operators for the HAM are defined as follows:
The 0th order solution is as follows:
The conditions at the boundary point for the current phenomenon are transformed to nondimensional form as follows:
In the above system, represents the imbedding parameter lies in the rang . To regulate the solution convergence for the problem, we choose the parameters in a best range. At the extreme limits of the embedding parameters that is , the problem solution reduces to the expressions as
Expand the functions by using the Taylor’s series.
The order solution for the current problem is
6. Result and Discussion
Figure 1 shows the physical flow of the couple stress fluid past a rotatory disc. Figures 2–6 show the momentum profile for various physical parameters, while Figures 7–9 demonstrate the impact of diverse physical parameters over the momentum profile . Figures 10–13 are the representation of concentration against different physical parameters. The impressions of novel physical parameters on the energy profile of the couple stress nanofluid are represented in Figures 14–20. Figure 2 indicates the effect of local inertial parameter on the momentum profile . Figure 2 indicates that the momentum profile decreases by enhancing the local inertial parameter . Physically the increase in inertial parameter the increase in resistance in medium means decrease in the permeability of the medium as a result the decrease in momentum of the fluid. Figure 3 displays the impact of couple stress parameter over the momentum profile . This Figure 3 demonstrates that momentum profile boosts with the escalation of couple stress parameter. Physically the increase in couple stress parameter means the decrease in viscosity of the fluid so it is obvious that non-viscous fluid moves rapidly. Figure 4 portrays the relation of porosity parameter versus momentum profile of the couple stress nanofluid. Figure 4 indicates that there is direct relation of porosity parameter with the momentum profile of the couple stress nanofluid. Physically, it is understood that the fluid moves fast in a porous medium with more permeability. Figure 5 displays the impression of Hartmann number over the momentum profile . From Figure 5, we noted that as we enhance the Hartmann number the momentum profile declines. Physically, the increase in Hartmann number creates Lorentz force, which provides the opposing force to the flow as a result retardation in the flow. Another very novel physical parameter in the motion of nanofluid is the Reynolds number ; the impact of this Reynolds number on the momentum profile of the couple stress nanofluid is portrayed in Figure 6. From this Figure 6, it is observed that as the Reynolds number increases, the momentum profile upsurges.
The impact of local inertial parameter on the momentum profile is portrayed in Figure 7. From the same figure, it is noted that momentum profile declines with escalation of inertial parameter . The impact of couple stress parameter over the momentum profile is demonstrated in Figure 8. From Figure 8, it is distinguished that the momentum profile declines by the enhancing of couple stress parameter. Figure 9 portrays the relation of porosity parameter versus momentum profile of the couple stress nanofluid. Figure 9 indicates that there is direct relation of porosity parameter with the momentum profile of the couple stress nanofluid.
Figure 10 indicates the effect of Brownian parameter over the concentration profile of the couple stress nanofluid past a rotting disc. From Figure 10, it is noted that the concentration profile of the couple stress nanofluid declines with the escalation of the Brownian parameter . Figure 11 demonstrates the impact of thermophoresis parameter over the concentration profile of the couple stress nanofluid. From Figure 11, we observed that as the thermophoresis parameter enhances the concentration profile of the nanofluid enhances. From Figure 12, it is noted that the concentration of the nanoparticles becomes low where the Reynolds number is high during the flow. Figure 13 portrayed the influence of Schmidt number over the concentration profile of the nanofluid. From Figure 13, it is obvious that the concentration of the couple stress nanofluid declines with the escalation of the Schmidt number .
Figure 14 is the sketch of energy profile against local inertial parameter . From Figure 14, it is very clear that the energy profile of the couple stress nanofluid enhances as we increase the inertial parameter of the medium. Physically, the increase in inertial parameter means the decrease in permeability of the medium which reduces the pace of the fluid provides more time to fluid in contact with hot wall which enhances the temperature profile of the couple stress hybrid nanofluid. Figure 15 demonstrates the effect of couple stress parameter over the energy profile of the flowing couple stress nanofluid. It is very clear from Figure 15 that the energy profile drops as the couple stress feature of the fluid boosts. Figure 16 is the sketch of energy profile of the couple stress nanofluid against the Brownian parameter . Figure 17 demonstrates the effect of thermophoresis parameter over the energy profile of the nanofluid. It is obvious from Figure 17 that the energy profile boosts as the thermophoresis parameter upsurges. Figure 18 is the plot of energy profile of the flowing fluid against the volume fraction of the titanium oxide . From Figure 18, it is very clear that the energy profile enhances with the escalation of nanoparticles volume fraction () of the titanium oxide in the base fluid (). Figure 19 indicates that as we increase the volume fraction of the nanoparticles, aluminum oxide enhancing the energy profile of the couple stress nanofluid declines. Figure 20 indicates the relation of energy profile with the Prandtl number . From Figure 20, it is noted that the energy profile enhances as the Prandtl number enhances.
Figures 21 and 22 show the combine impact of local inertial parameter and couple stress parameter over the skin friction coefficient . From Figures 21 and 22, we see clearly that with the increase in inertial parameter the decrease in permeability increase the pressure drop due to this the velocity of the nanofluid decreases this generates the reduction in the skin fraction . Also, we see from Figures 21 and 22 that with the increase in couple stress parameter the velocity field enhances due to which the skin fraction enhances. Table 1 shows the thermophysical properties of the base fluid (water ) and solid nanoparticles (). Also, Table 2 displays the impact of various physical parameters over the skin friction coefficient when the nanoparticle volume friction in the base fluid is and . Table 3 displays the impact of various physical parameters over the heat transfer rate through the couple stress hybrid nanofluid when there is12% volume fraction of the titanium oxide nanoparticles and 13% volume fraction of the aluminum oxide nanoparticles in 75% water .
7. Main Findings
(i)Velocity enhances with the increase in local inertial parameter , couple stress parameter , porosity parameter , and Reynolds number but declines by the escalation in Hartmann number . Also, the velocity decreases with the increase in local inertial parameter and porosity parameter but decreases with an escalation in couple stress parameter (ii)Concentration profile decreases with the increase in , , and but enhances with (iii)Temperature profile decreases with the increase in, , and but enhances with , and (iv)Skin friction enhances with the increase in local inertial parameter , couple stress parameter , Reynolds number , and porosity parameter but decreases for Hartmann number . Also, the heat transfer rate enhances for radiation parameter but decreases in (variable for temperature), (the thermal stratification parameter), thermophoresis parameter , and Brownian parameter
|TD:||Tiwari and Das|
|HAM:||Homotopy analysis method|
|PDEs:||Partial differential equations|
|ODEs:||Ordinary differential equation|
|LBM:||Lattice Boltzmann method.|
|:||Velocity components (m)|
|:||Variable porosity function|
|:||Variable permeability function|
|:||Electric conductivity (S/m)|
|:||Magnetic field (Tesla)|
|:||Material constant for couple stress parameter|
|:||Mean absorption coefficient|
|:||Brownian diffusion coefficient (m2/s)|
|:||Thermophoresis diffusion coefficient|
|:||Ratio between heat capacity of solid particles to heat capacity of base fluid|
|:||System angular velocity (rev/min)|
|:||Velocity slip coefficient|
|:||Porosity proportionality constant|
|:||Permeability proportionality constant|
|:||Thermal stratification at the disc (K)|
|:||Thermal stratification at the free stream (K)|
|:||Reference temperature (K)|
|:||Local inertial parameter|
|:||Couple stress parameter|
|:||Brownian motion parameter|
|:||Specific heat capacity|
|:||Material constant for couple stress parameter|
|:||Thermal diffusivity of hybrid nanofluid|
|:||Variable for temperature|
|:||Thermal stratification parameter|
|1:||Related to first solid nanoparticles|
|2:||Related to second solid nanoparticles|
|:||At the wall level|
|:||At the free stream level.|
Complete data available inside the manuscript.
Conflicts of Interest
The authors declare that they have no competing interest.
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