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Front. Phys., 06 May 2020 | https://doi.org/10.3389/fphy.2020.00108

Melting Phenomenon in a Squeezed Rheology of Reactive Rate Type Fluid

Shakeel Ahmad1*, Muhammad Farooq1, Muhammad Rizwan2, Babar Ahmad3 and Saif Ur Rehman3
  • 1Department of Mathematics and Statistics, Riphah International University, Islamabad, Pakistan
  • 2Department of General Studies, Jubail Industrial College, Jubail, Saudi Arabia
  • 3Department of Mathematics, COMSATS University, Islamabad, Pakistan

The present study concentrates on squeezed unsteady magneto-hydrodynamic flow of Jeffrey fluid confined between two infinite parallel plates. Description of heat transfer process is disclosed through melting and thermal radiation effects. Features of viscous dissipation are also incorporated. Characteristics of mass transport are explored with chemical reaction. Modulated non-linear partial differential equations are reduced by implementing appropriate transformations. Approximate convergent solutions are calculated through analytical technique. Characteristics of velocity, concentration and fluid temperature are illustrated graphically and also discussed comprehensively physically. The skin friction co-efficient and Nusselt number are sketched and discussed through graphs. It is noticed that horizontal velocity component and temperature of Jeffrey liquid are dominant for greater melting parameter. Moreover, temperature field decays for dominant thermal radiation parameter.

Introduction

Recently, scientists and researchers have shown intent to analyze the features of non-Newtonian fluid flow imposed by squeezed surfaces, regarding their wide-spread build up and trade area in many industrial and biological processes, such as in the polymer industry, compression, injection shaping, liquid-metal lubrication, formation of paper sheets and thin fiber, molding of plastic sheets and metal and squeezed film, through which power is transmitted. Many researchers discussed the Jeffrey fluid model corresponding to various physical aspects. But this model is not studied widely with the squeezing phenomenon. At beginning, Stefan [1] depicted work on squeezing flow. Muhammad et al. [2] exposed squeezed nanomaterial flow with modified version of heat and mass fluxes. Adesanya et al. [3] showed the radiative and chemically reactive flow of Powell-Eyring liquid squeezed through infinite parallel walls. MHD-squeezed fluid flow confined between parallel two plates under suction/injection has been constructed by Su and Yin [4]. Naduvinamani and Shankar [5] disclosed the heat transport phenomenon due to radiative MHD-squeezed flow in a Casson fluid. Ullah et al. [6] exhibited squeezed flows through porous medium under aspect of magnetic field strength. Lahmar et al. [7] demonstrated the characteristics of the heat transport phenomenon due to varying thermal conductivity on MHD-squeezed nanoparticle. Khan et al. [8] analyzed entropy generation features in autocatalytic-squeezed flow through parallel sheets analytically.

Characteristics of heat transfer have increased noteworthy interest of recent explorers and engineers because of various technical processes in the area of engineering, physiological and industrial processes, including glass blowing and glass fiber productions, wire coating, paper making, metal spinning, expulsion of plastic sheets by aerodynamic, drawing of plastic films and unceasing casting. However, little attention is paid to disclose the features of heat transport through melting phenomenon. It has widespread applications, such as the making of semiconductors, melting permafrost and hardening of magma flow, heat exchanger coils coated by freeze soil in grounded pump, sewage treatment via freeze process, melting of soil, welding processes, and casting of manufacturing processes. Behavior of double-diffusive convection in stagnant Maxwell liquid flow considering melting phenomenon has been explored by Hayat et al. [9]. Krishnamurthy et al. [10] scrutinized the Williamson nanofluid flow via porous structure. Behavior of Carreau liquid flow caused by stretchable cylinder considering melting phenomenon has been illustrated by Hashim et al. [11]. Soomro et al. [12] explored the melting effects in radiative Sisko fluid flow past a moving sheet. Mabood et al. [13] depicted the aspects of heat transport through melting condition in radiative Sisko nanofluid flowing over stretchable sheet with heat generation/absorption. Javed et al. [14] reported the domination of heat transport phenomenon via melting affects the MHD reactive liquid flow through non-porous stretchable surfaces of varying thickness. Hayat et al. [15] exhibited the features of melting flow phenomenon in the squeezed third grade liquid flow past a plate with modified heat flux phenomenon. Irreversibility and melting heat transport properties in dissipative flow of liquid passed through a stretched sheet has been exhibited by Hayat et al. [16]. Properties of melting flow phenomenon in hydro-magnetic nanomaterial flow are depicted by Dinh et al. [17]. Their investigations motivated a few other researchers to work on heat transport in different conditions [18, 19].

A literature survey indicates that researchers have disclosed the properties of squeezed Newtonian and non-Newtonian fluid flow with different boundary conditions of heat transfer widely. But such analysis of squeezing flow with melting heat transport has not explored as of yet. So, the main strategic concern is to fill this void. Thus, the present attempt is concerned to demonstrate the melting mechanism in squeezed Jeffrey fluid flow through two parallel plates. Behavior of heat with mass transport is modeled and exposed considering thermal radiation, viscous dissipation and chemical reaction. The transformed coupled non-linear differential system is evaluated via a homotopy technique [2024]. Graphical studied is evaluated for the features of velocity, liquid temperature and fluid concentration via emerging parameters. Moreover, the layout of the current paper is as follows. Mathematical formulation describes the mathematical modeling of governing equations related to the work under consideration. Homotopy analysis solutions illustrates the solution method utilized for the flow analysis. The acquired results are discussed and analyzed in Analysis. Closing remarks is related to key points of present paper.

Mathematical Formulation

Consider unsteady, incompressible squeezed Jeffrey fluid flow between horizontal two plates. The bottom plate is located at y = 0 while top sheet is placed at y=h(t)=ν(1-γt)/a, which approaches stretchable bottom plate with squeeze velocity. Fluid is assumed to be electrically conducting so that fluid is influenced by applied magnetic field along vertical direction. The induced magnetic and electric fields are neglected, considering the small Reynolds number (magnetic). Heat transport phenomenon is characterized by a modern and advanced condition at boundary (i.e., melting heat transport). Viscous dissipation and thermal radiation are assumed to elaborate the heat transfer phenomenon. Features of mass transfer are explored via first order chemical reaction. We consider Cartesian co-ordinates (x, y) and physical situation to be exposed in Figure 1. The flow problem under the basic conservative laws takes the form:

                   ux+vy=0,    (1)
ρ(ut+uux+vuy)=px+μ1+λ1(2ux2+2uy2+ λ2(3ux2t+ u3ux3+ v3ux2y+ 2ux2ux2+ 2vx2uxy+3uy2t  + uy2uyx+ u3uy2x+ vy2uy2+ v3uy3+ uy2vx2+  vy2vxy))σ1B021γtu,    (2)
ρ(vt+ uvx+vvy)=py+ μ1+λ1(2vx2+ 2vy2+ λ2(3vx2t+ u3vx3+ v3vx2y+ 2vy2vy2+2uy2vxy+ 3vy2t  + ux2uyx+u3vy2x+ vx2uy2+v3vy3+ ux2vx2+ vx2vxy)),     (3)
ρcp(Tt+uTx+vTy)=k2(2Tx2+2Ty2)+ 16σT33k12Ty2+ μ1+λ1(2(ux)2+ 2(vy)2+ (uy+vx)2+λ2(2ux(2uxt+u2ux2+v2uxy)+2vy(2vyt+v2vy2+u2vxy)  +(uy+vx)(2uyt+ 2vxt+u2uxy+v2uy2+u2vx2+v2vxy))),     (4)
(Ct+uCx+vCy)=D(2Cx2+2Cy2)K(t)C.    (5)

Here, velocity components are u and v along x and y direction, respectively. p represents pressure, μ represents absolute viscosity, γ is the dimensional positive constant, B0 represents magnetic field, T denotes the fluid temperature, ρ represents the fluid density, σ1 denotes electric conductivity, C denotes fluid concentration, k2 is the co-efficient of thermal conductivity, specific heat is cp, k1 is absorption coefficient, σ* denotes the Stefan-Boltzmann constant, D is the diffusion co-efficient, ν is the kinematics viscosity, K(t) = K0/1 − γt is time-dependent reaction rate with reaction rate K0, λ1 is relaxation time and λ2 is ratio among relaxation and retardation time.

FIGURE 1
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Figure 1. Physical situation of the problem.

The boundary conditions are as follow

                       u=Uw=ax1γt,  T=Tm,     C=Cm,     at    y=0,                       u=0, v=vh=dhdt=γ2νa(1γt),  T=Th,                      C=Ch      at y=h(t), k2Ty|y=0=ρ[λ+cs(TmT0)]v(x,0).    (6)

Transformations are taken as follows

        η=yh(t),  ψ=aυ1γtxf(η),    u=Uwf(η),       v=aυ1γtf(η),θ(η)=TTmThTm,           ϕ(η)=CCmChCm.    (7)

Pressure term is eliminated from equations (2) and (3), governing equations in view of equation (7) take the forms:

     f(iv)+(1+λ1)(ffffSq2(3f+nf))+β(Sq2(5f(iv)+ηf(v))+2ffff(iv)ff(v))    Ha2f=0,    (8)
    (1+λ1)(1+Nr)θ+Pr(1+λ1)(fθSq2ηθ)+PrEc((f)2+4δ(f)2+β(4δ2(Sq2(2(f)2+ηff)    fff)+(Sq2(3(f)2+ηff)+f(f)2      fff)))=0,    (9)
ϕSc(Sq2ηϕfϕ)Scσϕ=0.    (10)

The subjected boundary conditions are

f(1)=Sq2,    f(0)=1,  f(1)=0,  Mθ(0)+Prf(0)=0,θ(0)=0,  θ(1)=1,  ϕ(0)=0,  ϕ(1)=1,     (11)

where squeezing parameter is Sq, Deborah number is β, magnetic parameter is Ha, Prandtl number is Pr, Schmidt number is Sc, thermal radiation parameter is Nr, Eckert number is Ec, the chemical reaction parameter is σ and the melting parameter is M.

These dimensionless quantities are given by

Sq=γa,  β=aλ21γt,  Ha2=σ1B02ρa,  Nr=16σT33k1k2, Pr=μcpk2,  Sc=νD,Ec=a2x2cp(1γt)2(ThTm),    σ=Koa, M=cp(ThTm)[λ+cs(TmT0)], δ=ν(1γt)ax2.    (12)

Viscous dissipation effect vanishes when Ec = 0. Further, σ > 0 gives destructive and σ < 0 gives generative chemical reactions. When β = 0, λ1 = 0, Jeffrey fluid converts to viscous fluid. Moreover, the plates illustrate inward movement for Sq > 0, and for Sq < 0, away movement is observed.

Defining skin friction co-efficient, heat and mass transfer rate as follows

Cf=μ(τxy)|y=h(t)ρUw2,  Nu=xk2(1+16σT33k1k2) (Ty)|y=h(t)k2(ThTm), Sh=xD (Cy)|y=h(t)D(ChCm).    (13)

In view of dimensionless forms, one may write.

     (Re)12Cf=11+λ1(f(1)+32βSqf(1)),(Re)12Nu=(1+Nr)θ(1),   (Re)12Sh=ϕ(1).    (14)

Homotopy Analysis Solutions

The homotopic procedure was initially purposed by Liao [20], which has been employed to construct the solutions of coupled non-linear problem. For this method, initial guesses (f0, g0, j0) and concerned linear operators Lf, Lθ, LΦ for constitutive equations are defined in the form:

f0(η)=12Pr(2M+2Prη+6Mη2           4Prη2+3PrSqη24Mη3+2Prη32PrSqη3),    (15)
 θ0(η)=η,  ϕ0(η)=η,     (16)
f=f(iv),  θ=θ,      ϕ=ϕ,    (17)

with

f(C1+C2η+C3η2+C4η3)=0,  θ(C5+C6η)=0,   ϕ(C7+C8η)=0.    (18)

where Ci(i = 1, 2, ……8) are arbitrary constants.

Convergence of Problem

Clearly, convergent homotopic solutions incorporate the auxiliary non-zero parameters ℏf, ℏθ and ℏϕ. Said parameters significantly provide way to regulate the convergence. In order to prefer the reasonable estimation of ℏf, ℏθ and ℏϕ, the h-curves are exhibited in Figure 2. It is pointed out that sufficient ranges for these parameters, namely ℏf, ℏθ and ℏϕ, are −1.7 ≤ ℏf ≤ −0.1 and −1.7 ≤ ℏθ ≤ 0.0 and −1.8 ≤ ℏϕ ≤ − 0.1.

FIGURE 2
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Figure 2. Regions of convergence for f(η), θ(η), and ϕ(η).

Analysis

The main attraction here is to discuss the stimulus of emerging parameters in flow fields (i.e., velocity, temperature, concentration) under consideration. Figure 3 represents the impact of squeeze parameter (Sq) on the vertical and horizontal velocity fields. It is seen that increase in Sq guarantees an increase in both velocity distributions, respectively. Physically, it is justified that higher squeezing parameter corresponded to larger deformation in fluid particles. Hence, the growing behavior of velocity is noted. Figure 4 elucidates the impacts of the ratio between relaxation and retardation time parameter λ1 on the horizontal component of velocity. It is delineated that horizontal velocity component decays for growing λ1. Physically, greater values of λ1 correspond to higher relaxation time. So, perturbed fluids require more time to take their original shape. Therefore, the velocity profile decreased. The variation in velocity distribution for diverse values of the Hartman number is exhibited in Figure 5. The velocity of the consider liquid exhibits decreasing trend in a region 0 ≤ η ≤ 0.5, whereas it shows opposite behavior in the region 0.5 ≤ η ≤ 1. Further, no variation is noticed in the fluid velocity at η = 0.5. Larger Hartman number values correspond to more intensity of the Lorentz force, resulting resistance in fluid's motion. Hence, velocity distribution decays. Figure 6 represents the behavior of horizontal velocity for varying melting parameter. It is evident that horizontal velocity enhances in increments in the melting parameter. A physically enlarged melting parameter is responsible for a more convective flow in the transaction of fluid, which is heated toward the cold plate surface, and as a consequence, horizontal velocity component increases. Analysis of the temperature field against the squeezing parameter is depicted in Figure 7. Here, the temperature field becomes dominant for greater values of the squeezing parameter. Further, higher temperature exists near the upper wall. In fact, the higher squeezing parameter corresponds to a greater squeeze force on the fluid, which leads to an increase in temperature profile. To capture the effects of the Eckert number on temperature distribution, Figure 8 is portrayed. With an increase in Eckert number, temperature field grows. Higher Eckert number is corresponding to higher friction force between the fluid particles which give rise to more heat generation. Hence liquid temperature amplifies. Description of thermal radiative parameter on liquid temperature is analyzed through Figure 9. Temperature field grows up for smaller thermal radiation parameter. Moreover, it is revealed that intensifies temperature occurs about upper plate surface. Physically, higher radiation parameter corresponds to lower absorption coefficient of the material. Thus, cold surface enhances more heat from heated fluid. Hence temperature field declines. Figure 10 addresses the variations of melting parameter in temperature field. It is reflected that temperature field goes up for higher melting parameter. Figure 11 exhibits the physical features of Schmidt number (Sc) on concentration curve. Decline is seen in concentration field with an increasing Schmidt number, which relates to momentum diffusivity and mass diffusivity. Thus, mass diffusivity diminishes for higher Schmidt number. Hence, liquid concentration weakens. Figure 12 exhibits the features of chemical reaction (destructive) parameter in concentration field. It demonstrates that higher chemical reaction parameter decays the concentration field. Figure 13 discloses the properties of squeezing parameter and the Deborah number on the skin friction. Skin friction intensifies for growing Sq and β. Influences of Pr and Nr on the Nussetl number are illustrated in Figure 14. It is seen that the Nussetl number weakens for greater Prandtl number and the thermal radiation parameter. To validate the current results, Table 1 displays a comparison of different values of skin friction with previously published work of Muhammad [22] for diverse values of Sq, Ha, β and λ1. It is revealed that the outcome gives favorable agreement.

FIGURE 3
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Figure 3. Behavior of Sq on f′(η).

FIGURE 4
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Figure 4. Behavior of λ1 on f′(η).

FIGURE 5
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Figure 5. Behavior of Ha on f′(η).

FIGURE 6
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Figure 6. Behavior of M on f′(η).

FIGURE 7
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Figure 7. Behavior of Sq on θ(η).

FIGURE 8
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Figure 8. Behavior of Ec on θ(η).

FIGURE 9
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Figure 9. Behavior of Nr on θ(η).

FIGURE 10
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Figure 10. Behavior of M on θ(η).

FIGURE 11
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Figure 11. Behavior of Sc on ϕ(η).

FIGURE 12
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Figure 12. Behavior of σ on ϕ(η).

FIGURE 13
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Figure 13. Behavior of Sq & β on Cf.

FIGURE 14
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Figure 14. Behavior of Nr & Pr on Nu.

TABLE 1
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Table 1. Comparison of skin friction co-efficient (Cf) for different values of Sq, Ha, β, and λ1.

Closing Remarks

Here, we have investigated heat and mass transport phenomenon effects on squeezed Jeffrey liquid flow between two parallel walls. Heat and mass transport are featured with melting heat transport and first order chemical reaction, respectively. The conclusions are as follows:

• Diverse values of relaxation to retardation parameter λ1 decay the horizontal velocity profile.

• Higher values of melting parameter M enhance the horizontal velocity but vertical velocity shows decreasing behavior.

• Enhancing values of Eckert number Ec and melting parameter M lead to in the enhancement in temperature field.

• Concentration distribution shows decreasing behavior with increment in chemical reaction parameter σ.

It is expected that the present attempt relates the physical modeling under different flow conditions. It includes dynamical systems, lubrication mechanism, heating, cooling and energy estimation processes, etc. Further, as a future direction, the current investigation can tackle the different dynamical system [2529].

Data Availability Statement

All datasets generated for this study are included in the article/supplementary material.

Author Contributions

SA collected the data and wrote the paper. MF made the analysis of the paper. MR, BA, and SR contributed in paper revision.

Conflict of Interest

The authors declare that the research was conducted in the absence of any commercial or financial relationships that could be construed as a potential conflict of interest.

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Keywords: jeffrey fluid, squeezing flow, melting heat transfer, viscous dissipation, thermal radiation, chemical reaction

Citation: Ahmad S, Farooq M, Rizwan M, Ahmad B and Rehman SU (2020) Melting Phenomenon in a Squeezed Rheology of Reactive Rate Type Fluid. Front. Phys. 8:108. doi: 10.3389/fphy.2020.00108

Received: 18 November 2019; Accepted: 23 March 2020;
Published: 06 May 2020.

Edited by:

Dumitru Baleanu, University of Craiova, Romania

Reviewed by:

Amin Jajarmi, University of Bojnord, Iran
Kazuharu Bamba, Fukushima University, Japan

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*Correspondence: Shakeel Ahmad, shakeel_oiiui@hotmail.com