Jeffrey fluid flow due to curved stretching surface with Cattaneo-Christov heat flux
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The two-dimensional (2D) motion of the Jeffrey fluid by the curved stretching sheet coiled in a circle is investigated. The non-Fourier heat flux model is used for the heat transfer analysis. Feasible similarity variables are used to transform the highly nonlinear ordinary equations to partial differential equations (PDEs). The homotopy technique is used for the convergence of the velocity and temperature equations. The effects of the involved parameters on the physical properties of the fluid are described graphically. The results show that the curvature parameter is an increasing function of velocity and temperature, and the temperature is a decreasing function of the thermal relaxation time. Besides, the Deborah number has a reverse effect on the pressure and surface drag force.
Key wordscurved stretching surface Jeffrey fluid non-Fourier heat flux model
Chinese Library ClassificationO347
2010 Mathematics Subject Classification74S70 35C11
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