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Effects of ramped wall temperature and concentration on viscoelastic Jeffrey's fluid flows from a vertical permeable cone
Journal of the Brazilian Society of Mechanical Sciences and Engineering
In thermofluid dynamics, free convection flows external to different geometries such as cylinders, ellipses, spheres, curved walls, wavy plates, and cones play a major role in various industrial and process engineering systems. The thermal buoyancy force associated with natural convection flows can exert a critical role in determining skin friction and heat transfer rates at the boundary. In thermal engineering, natural convection flows from cones has gained exceptional interest. A theoreticaldoi:10.1007/s40430-018-1354-7 fatcat:sd2jyoqvezfkva6fwxbrebh5cm