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Lowtemperature oxidation or exothermic chemical

The heat transfer in nanofluids plays a major role in solar energy, nuclear reactors, aerodynamics, etc. Validation of the present work is made with the existing literature. Role of substantial parameters on flow fields as well as on heat and mass transportation rates are determined and conferred in depth through graphs. The description of results has been analyzed for the flow controlling embedded pertinent parameters by utilizing the plots and tables.

Low-temperature oxidation or exothermic chemical reaction is the primary cause of spontaneous ignition. Two combustible material systems, one with constant thermal conductivity, the other one with variable thermal conductivity, are compared to analyse thermal stability in each case.

The time-dependent wall suction is assumed to occur at the permeable surface. Effects of embedded kinetic parameters on the temperature of the system are depicted graphically and discussed accordingly. Kiran Kumar, Chakravarthula S. Later, the influence of distinct physical parameters on diverse flow characteristics are comprehensively discussed and analyzed. This is a theoretical study that involves mathematical approach to do the investigation.

The influence of pertinent parameters on velocity and temperature profiles along with the reduced Nusselt number is discussed with the help of graphs and tabular results. Casson liquid model is accounted as working liquid.

The validation process comprised a comparison with existing data, reaching an excellent agreement. Machireddy Gnaneswara Reddy, M. Besides, the effect of varying the inlet-outlet ratio has also been studied. The impact of thermal conductivity on the thermal stability of a combustible material is studied in a stockpile modelled in a long cylindrical pipe.

Two combustible material systems one