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Two distinct nanoparticles are tested in this study: aluminum oxide and copper oxide are two specific nanoparticles chosen as nanomaterials for nonlinear electrically conducting magnetohydrodynamic radiation on the flow of tangential hyperbolic hybrid nanofluid across a nonlinearly stretched sheet with convective boundary conditions. Parts of differential equations are used to describe fluid flow control equations. When compared to Cu/Al2O3/H2O nanofluid, the heat transfer rate of Cu/H2O nanofluid becomes high.
Using finite difference approximation methods, the flow behavior and entropy results can be evaluated numerically. The nomination of conduction on lower Ra and Da is confirmed, as well as the declaration of conduction on higher Ra and Da are observed using a heatline chart. Fluid friction and heat transfer irreversibilities are particularly noticeable near the vertical boundaries for increasing Rayleigh number and Darcy numbers.
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