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FEA OF HEAT TRANSFER WITH HEAT SOURCE AND VISCOUS DISSIPATION UNDER CONVECTIVE BOUNDARY CONDITIONS

Dr. G. Srinivas; Dr. G. V. P. N. Srikanth; B. Suresh Babu

Finite element analysis of heat transfer through Cu-EG nanofluid along a stretching sheet is presented in this paper. Variable thermal conductivity is considered and heat source is included in the energy equation. Viscous dissipation is also considered. The convective boundary conditions are imposed to solve the governing equations. The results are presented for velocity and temperature for various non- dimensional parameters graphically. The rate of heat transfer and shear stress are tabulated. Results are compared with the previous study.

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