Nanofluid Flow over a Rotating Disk with Prescribed Heat Flux

  • Julie Andrews Department of Mathematics, Mercy College, Palakkad-6, India.
  • S P Anjali Devi Department of Applied Mathematics, Bharathiar University, Coimbatore-46.India
Keywords: Nanofluid, rotating disk, prescribed heat flux, Laminar and axially symmetric flow.


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