The Marangoni flow is involved with microgravity and earth gravity, which causes undesirable effects in crystal growth experiments. Crystal growth experiments were designed in such a manner so as to appraise MIR (space station), which is one of the best platforms for protein crystallization and radiation experiments. In this article, a model is proposed with a stagnation point and a Casson fluid flow at the interface of the plate in the presence of Marangoni convection influenced by a magnetic field and chemical reaction. Furthermore, it is considered that both temperature and concentration surface tension vary linearly with the interface. It is important to choose similarity transformations for implementing nonlinear differential equations into linear ordinary differential equations. We solved the system of differential equations using fourth order Range-Kutta method with suitable shooting techniques, and the results are displayed through graphs. A comparison is made with the earlier existing literature, and it shows a very good agreement. The results and a detailed discussion of velocity, temperature, and concentration have been shown graphically. The favorable and unfavorable buoyancy force to Marangoni flow, the features of temperature and concentration field, have been investigated.
All Science Journal Classification (ASJC) codes
- Condensed Matter Physics
- Fluid Flow and Transfer Processes