Electrohydro dynamics convection in dielectric rotating Oldroydian nanofluid in porous medium
Keywords:convection, dielectric, electric field, nanofluid, Oldroydian, porous medium, rotation
An electrically conducting nanofluid saturated with a uniform porous media has been tested to determine how rotation affects thermal convection. Utilizing the Oldroydian model, which incorporates the specific effects of the electric field, Brownian motion, thermophoresis, and rheological factors for the distribution of nanoparticles that are top- and bottom-heavy, one may use linear stability theory to ensure stability. Analysis and graphical representation of the effects of the AC electric field Rayleigh number, Taylor number, Lewis number, modified diffusivity ratio, concentration Rayleigh number, and medium porosity are provided for both bottom-heavy and top-heavy distribution.
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