Heat transfer through non-uniform heat source/sink is the most significant aspect in view of many physical problems. Heat sink/source with heat transfer help to change the energy distribution in fluids, which consequently disturbs the particle deposition rate like as nuclear reactors, semiconductors and electronic devices. Further, also, the vital role of heat transfer is to enhance the thermal conductivity of micro sized solid particles in fluid. This study scrutinizes the heat transport of steady micropolar fluid via non-uniform heat sink/ source and mass transfer is scrutinized through higher order chemical reaction over a stretching surface with variable heat flux. Moreover, the velocity of micropolar fluid is studied by considering aspects of magnetic dipole and Newtonian heating; velocity slip conditions are also examined. The numerical results have been performed by using the well-known numerical shooting technique and comparison is performed with the Matlab built-in solver bvp4c. Geometrically explanation reveals the properties of numerous parameters that are the system parts. The observed outcomes show that the local skin-friction coefficient and Sherwood number values goes up with the increase of chemical reaction rate parameters and Schmidt numbers. Chemical reaction based parameters boosts up the rate of heat as well as mass transfer. The stress of wall couple increased by increasing the Schmidt and chemical parameters. Moreover, the plots of dimensionless parameters have been drawn, as well as some parameter results are tabulated.
Part of the book: Computational Overview of Fluid Structure Interaction