The present article has been groomed to explore the boundary-driven magnetized flow of cross nanoliquid over thin needle subject to auto catalysis chemical reactions. In addition to it, the effect of entropy optimization model is incorporated and transportation of heat under non-uniform heat source/sink, Cattaneo-Christov heat flux (rectified Fourier) viewpoint (CCHF), and non-linear thermal radiation is also taken into account. Furthermore, the Brownian and thermophoresis aspects of nanoliquid are invoked. The dimensionless governing equations are solved by apposite shooting scheme. The outcomes of the present study via demonstrated graphs and numerical benchmarks seem to indicate that controlled Sakiadis and Blausius flow pattern of cross nanofluids is attained due to incremented magnetic field strength. Temperature ratio parameter contributes the upgradation of thermal boundary layer thickness and homogenous reaction rate leads to the diminution of nanoparticles concentration. The relative values of needle velocity and the velocity of cross nanofluid are most important factor for the regulation of viscous drag force and rate of heat transportation. Augmented Weissenberg parameter and Reynolds number are the prime factor for the uplift of the flow field and the related layer thickness. Furthermore, the existence of CCHF could result in augmentation in Nusselt.
All Science Journal Classification (ASJC) codes
- Engineering (miscellaneous)
- Fluid Flow and Transfer Processes