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Fractal and Fractional ; 6(2):98, 2022.
Article in English | ProQuest Central | ID: covidwho-1715226


In this article, the effects of Newtonian heating along with wall slip condition on temperature is critically examined on unsteady magnetohydrodynamic (MHD) flows of Prabhakar-like non integer Maxwell fluid near an infinitely vertical plate under constant concentration. For the sake of generalized memory effects, a new mathematical fractional model is formulated based on a newly introduced Prabhakar fractional operator with generalized Fourier’s law and Fick’s law. This fractional model has been solved analytically and exact solutions for dimensionless velocity, concentration, and energy equations are calculated in terms of Mittag-Leffler functions by employing the Laplace transformation method. Physical impacts of different parameters such as α, Pr, β, Sc, Gr, γ, and Gm are studied and demonstrated graphically by Mathcad software. Furthermore, to validate our current results, some limiting models such as classical Maxwell model, classical Newtonian model, and fractional Newtonian model are recovered from Prabhakar fractional Maxwell fluid. Moreover, we compare the results between Maxwell and Newtonian fluids for both fractional and classical cases with and without slip conditions, showing that the movement of the Maxwell fluid is faster than viscous fluid. Additionally, it is visualized that both classical Maxwell and viscous fluid have relatively higher velocity as compared to fractional Maxwell and viscous fluid.