Scrutinization of Ferrohydrodynamic Through Pores on the Surface of Disk Experiencing Rotation: Effects of FHD Interaction, Thermal Radiation, and Internal Heat Source

Kushal Sharma, I. L. Animasaun, Qasem M. Al-Mdallal

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Abstract

Ferrohydrodynamics studies a magnetically polarizable fluid’s flow and thermodynamic behavior in response to an external magnetic field. Regarding heat transfer analysis at different levels of rotation, permeability, interaction for ferrohydrodynamics, thermal radiation, momentum-to-thermal diffusivity ratio, and viscous dissipation, nothing is known despite the framework for understanding the dynamics of magnetic fluids being acceptable and useful. This report presents the outcome of a study on axis-symmetric three-dimensional ferrohydrodynamics revolving through a porous medium about the vertical z- axis on a rotating disk. After being converted into a non-dimensional form using a scaling set of transformations, the governing equation of the transport phenomena was solved numerically using an in-built algorithm of the bvp4c-MATLAB program, which incorporates Kelvin’s body force and Coriolis force. It is essential to conclude that the increased disk rotation causes the radial flow to prevail. The thermal boundary layer and the liquid cools as a result of fluid particles adhering to the pores in the disk as a result of heat absorption. Heat transmission decreases as disk rotation increases, likewise the permeability of the porous media and ferrohydrodynamic interaction.

Original languageEnglish
JournalArabian Journal for Science and Engineering
DOIs
Publication statusAccepted/In press - 2023

Keywords

  • Heat generation/absorption
  • Magnetic fluid
  • Rotating disk
  • Thermal radiation
  • Viscous dissipation

ASJC Scopus subject areas

  • General

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