International Journal of Emerging Multidisciplinaries: Mathematics

Corresponding Author

Muhammad Sohail

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Research Article

Subject Areas

Applied Mathematics and Computations


3D Boundary Layer Movement, Cattaneo-Christov Dual Dispersion, Magneto-Hydrodynamic, Nanofluids, Optimal Homotopy Analysis Procedure, Thermal Radiation.


This paper investigated influences of heat radiation and magnetic forces on the movement of a viscous nanofluid along the stretched sheet. For heat and mass transport Cattaneo-Christov fluxes explained thermal and concentration diffusions. By applying the proper transformations, nonlinear partial differential systems can be transformed into ordinary differential systems. The resultant ordinary differential problems are evaluated using the optimal homotopy analysis procedure (OHAP). Additionally, skin friction, heat transport, and mass transport rates are calculated numerically. Diagrams have been created to show how different physical movement conditions affect temperature and concentration profiles. According to our research, temperatures and concentration profiles are rising functions of the thermal relaxation factor. By increasing the thermal radiation factor, the temperature profile increases and the concentration field dropped.

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