Numerical modeling for alumina nanofluid magnetohydrodynamic convective heat transfer in a permeable medium using Darcy law
CVFEM is employed in this article to model alumina nanofluid magnetohydrodynamic flow through a permeable enclosure. Influences of Hartmann number, buoyancy, radiation parameters on nanofluid treatment were displayed. Viscosity and thermal conductivity of alumina are predicted considering Brownian motion and shape factor impacts. Results are displayed that Lorentz forces boosts the conduction mechanism. Nuave enhances with reduce of Ha. Augmenting radiation parameter makes thermal boundary layer to be thinner.