Tangent hyperbolic fluid is one of the non-Newtonian fluids in which the constitutive equation is valid for low and high shear rates and used mostly in laboratory experiments and industries. The Darcy-Forchheimer flow model is substantial in the fields where the high flow rate effect is the common phenomenon, for instance, in petroleum engineering. With these things in mind, in this article, we analysed the mixed convective dissipative Darcy-Forchheimer flow of tangent hyperbolic fluid by an inclined plate with Joule heating. Flow administering equations were altered as nonlinear ODEs and then resolved using shooting strategy. Pertinent outcomes are explained through graphs. It is discovered that fluid velocity minifies with the rise in the power law index parameter and Forchheimer number. It is detected that the thermal buoyancy parameter minimizes fluid temperature, and the magnetic field parameter ameliorates the same. What’s more, we noticed that Forchheimer number minimizes the skin friction coefficient, and the heat transfer rate is minified with the larger Eckert number. Furthermore, we have verified our results with former results for the Nusselt number and noticed a satisfactory agreement.
This article analyses the influence of viscous dissipation and thermoporesis effects on the viscous fluid flow over a porous sheet stretching exponentially by applying convective boundary condition. The numerical solutions to the governing equations are evaluated using a local similarity and non-similarity approach along with a successive linearisation procedure and Chebyshev collocation method. The influence of the pertinent parameters on the physical quantities are displayed through graphs.