Numerical study of boundary-layer flow due to a nonlinear curved stretching sheet with convective heat and mass conditions

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This article provides a numerical simulation for boundary-layer flow of viscous fluid due to nonlinear curved stretchable surface. Convective conditions of heat and mass transfer have been employed at the curved nonlinear stretchable surface. Moreover heat and mass transfer attributes are explored through heat generation/absorption and chemical reaction. Boundary layer expressions are reduced to nonlinear ordinary differential system. Shooting algorithm is employed to construct the solutions for the resulting nonlinear system. The characteristics of various sundry parameters are studied and discussed. Moreover the skin friction coefficient and local Nusselt and Sherwood numbers are tabulated numerically.

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Hayat, T., Saif, R. S., Ellahi, R., Muhammad, T., & Ahmad, B. (2017). Numerical study of boundary-layer flow due to a nonlinear curved stretching sheet with convective heat and mass conditions. Results in Physics, 7, 2601–2606. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.rinp.2017.07.023

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