BOUNDARY LAYER FLOW OF MHD TANGENT HYPERBOLIC FLUID OF HEAT AND MASS TRANSFER PAST A STRETCHING CYLINDER WITH SUCTION/INJECTION: SPECTRAL RELAXATION METHOD
The present paper intends to investigate and highlight the steady, two dimensional flow of heat and mass transfer of magneto hydrodynamic tangent hyperbolic fluid with suction/injection. The capacity of considered tangent hyperbolic fluid is to describe shear thinning effects. The obvious viscosity of the study varies to the extreme points i.e. between zero shear rates to the shear rate of infinity. The flow is induced by a stretching cylinder. SRM has been used to obtain the solutions of the transformed non-linear equations. The results have been validated by comparing each aspect. The results and findings are represented graphically and have been analyzed for many resulting parameters. It is found that Power law index increase the thickness of the fluid. Therefore, the velocity profiles decrease as there is an increase in n. Further, the effect of power law index parameter is observed in the increase of the thickness of thermal and concentration boundary layer.