Hydrothermal analysis of nanoparticles transportation through a porous compound cavity utilizing two temperature model and radiation heat transfer under the effects of magnetic field
In current text, we developed CVFEM code for nanomaterial hydrothermal management through a permeable compound cavity including two temperature model. Radiation and Lorentz source terms were added in formulations. Impacts of radiation parameter, Rayleigh, Hartmann number, interface heat transfer parameter and nanoparticles' shape on nanofluid behavior were demonstrated. Contours indicate that convective mode becomes stronger with augment of buoyancy term. By increasing Nhs, conduction becomes more effective and Nusselt number reduces. As radiation term enhances, Nusselt number augments.