Muhammad Faisal

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Research Associate, Department of Mathematics, Faculty of Science
The University of Azad Jammu and Kashmir



                                                           

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Muhammad Faisal is a Faculty Member in the Department of Mathematics, Faculty of Science, Azad Jammu & Kashmir University, Muzaffarabad, Pakistan. He received his PhD, MPhil and MSc degrees from Department of Mathematics UAJK in 2021, 2013 and 2010, respectively. His research is in the field of computational fluid dynamics, thermal engineering, engineering mathematics and physics, nanocomposites, computational methods, nanofluids, hybrid nanofluids, etc.

EDUCATION

PhD in Mathematics
MPhil in Mathematics
MSc in Mathematics
Specialization: Applied Mathematics (Fluid Mechanics and Numerical Methods)

RESEARCH INTERESTS

Computational Fluid Dynamics, Engineering Mathematics and Physics, Heat and Mass Transfer, Dynamics of Nanofluids, Dynamics of Hybrid Nanofluids, Modeling and Simulations, Flow due to Stretching Surfaces, Keller-Box Method, Homotopy Analysis Method, Error Analysis, Boundary Layer Flows, etc.

FUTURE PROJECTS

Dynamics of Nanofluids: Modeling and Simulation

To gain an understanding of the heat transfer performance  Applications of extending surfaces in nanotechnology  Stability analysis of the solution  Numerical Inspections of Newtonian and non-Newtonian nanofluid flows


Applications Invited
Collaborators

Dynamics of Hybrid nanofluids: Modeling and Simulation

1. Inspection of heat transport in hybrid nanofluids. 2. Discussion on thermo-physical properties of various nanoparticles. 3. Thermal conductivity of heterogeneous two-component systems. 4. Unsteady flows towards stretching devices. 5. Numerical Simulation via Keller-Box method.


Applications Invited
Collaborators

Dynamics of Ternary Hybrid nanofluids: Modeling and Simulation

1. To study the aspects of random motion and thermo-migration of nanoparticles. 2. Discussion on the shapes of nanoparticles. 3. Numerical Simulation via Keller-Box method. 4. Unsteady flows towards stretching devices.


Applications Invited
Collaborators
28

Scopus Publications

366

Scholar Citations

13

Scholar h-index

17

Scholar i10-index

Scopus Publications

  • Insight into the motion of water conveying three kinds of nanoparticles shapes on a horizontal surface: Significance of thermo-migration and Brownian motion
    S. Saleem, I.L. Animasaun, Se-Jin Yook, Qasem M. Al-Mdallal, Nehad Ali Shah, and Muhammad Faisal

    Surfaces and Interfaces, ISSN: 24680230, Published: June 2022 Elsevier BV

  • Bidirectional radiative transport of magnetic Maxwell nanofluid mobilized by Arrhenius energy and prescribed thermal/concentration conditions: Significance of Ludwig-Soret and pedesis effects
    Muhammad Faisal, F. Mabood, Kanayo Kenneth Asogwa, and I.A. Badruddin

    Ain Shams Engineering Journal, ISSN: 20904479, Published: 2022 Elsevier BV

  • Convective Heat Transport in Bidirectional Water Driven Hybrid Nanofluid Using Blade Shaped Cadmium Telluride and Graphite Nanoparticles under Electromagnetohydrodynamics Process
    Iftikhar Ahmad, Qazi Zan-Ul-Abadin, Muhammad Faisal, K. Loganathan, Tariq Javed, and Ngawang Namgyel

    Journal of Mathematics, ISSN: 23144629, eISSN: 23144785, Volume: 2022, Published: 2022 Hindawi Limited
    The recent progress in nanotechnology provides the concept of hybrid-class nano-fluids having advanced thermal features comparing to regular nanofluids. The idea of a hybrid nanofluid has motivated many researchers because of its convincible performance in thermal systems. The novel theme of the present effort is to scrutinize the consequences of convective heat transfer in bidirectional water driven hybridclass nanofluid involving blade shaped cadmium telluride CdTe and graphite C nanoparticles with electromagnetohydrodynamics (EMHD) process. The transport equations representing the aforementioned topic are firstly nondimensionalized by using scaling-group transformation and then tackled by the Keller-box method, numerically. The significant results for pertinent parameters have been simulated and presented graphically as well as in tabular forms. Coefficients of drag forces are diminished with the more loadings of cadmium telluride and graphite nanoparticles and opposite results are noticed in the case of the Nusselt number. Heat transport has been improved significantly with more loadings of nanoparticles from 1 wt% to 10 wt%. A comparison benchmark for a limited version of the investigation is made with the previously published data.

  • Prescribed Thermal Activity in the Radiative Bidirectional Flow of Magnetized Hybrid Nanofluid: Keller-Box Approach
    I. Ahmad, Qazi Zan-Ul-Abadin, M. Faisal, K. Loganathan, T. Javed and D. Chaudhary

    Journal of Nanomaterials, ISSN: 16874110, eISSN: 16874129, Volume: 2022, Published: 2022
    In this exploration, we decided to investigate the significance of prescribed thermal conditions on unsteady 3D dynamics of water-based radiative hybrid nanofluid with the impact of cylindrical-shaped nanosized particles (alumina ( Al 2 O 3 ) and titania ( Ti O 2 )). For physical relevancy, the impact of the Lorentz force is also included. The combination of suitable variables has been used to transform the transport equations into the system of ordinary differential equations and then numerically solved via the Keller-Box approach. Graphical illustrations have been used to predict the impact of the involved parameters on the thermal setup. Convergence analysis is presented via the grid independence approach. Skin frictions and local Nusselt numbers against various choices of involved parameters are plotted and arranged in tabular forms. It is observed through the present investigation that temperature distribution is increased with the higher choices of radiation parameter 0.0 ≤ R d ≤ 2.0 and decreased with the improvement in the choices of temperature maintaining indices (i.e., − 2.0 ≤ r , s ≤ 2.0 ). Moreover, the thermophysical properties except specific heat for hybrid nanofluid are improved with the involvement of cylindrical-shaped nanoparticles. The temperature of the hybrid nanofluid is observed to be higher for variable thermal conditions as compared to uniform thermal conditions. Outfalls for a limited version of the report have been compared with a previous published paper.

  • Entropy Analysis in Bidirectional Hybrid Nanofluid Containing Nanospheres with Variable Thermal Activity
    I. Ahmad, Qazi Zan-Ul-Abadin, M. Faisal, K. Loganathan, T. Javed and Sonam Gyeltshen

    Journal of Nanomaterials, ISSN: 16874110, eISSN: 16874129, Volume: 2022, Published: 2022
    An investigation of the thermal performance of water-conveying nanospheres (magnetite ( Fe 3 O 4 ) and silver ( Ag )) subject to variable thermal controls, namely, variable surface temperature and variable surface normal heat flux, has been made. A bidirectionally elongating surface is used to generate an unsteady flow mechanism with the action of the Lorentz force. Derived equations of basic laws are firstly nondimensionalized and then numerically solved by applying the Keller-Box method. The local Nusselt number for both the thermal cases is calculated and discussed. Percent-wise enhancement in the rate of heat transport has also been included in the analysis. It was concluded through the present exploration that at lower volume fractions of magnetite and silver, the rate of heat transport is observed to be dominant. The rate of heat transference has attained identical values for both the provided thermal conditions at the surface. Moreover, intensities of velocity and thermal profiles diminish with the appreciation of the choice of unsteadiness. The temperature-controlling indices also affect the thermal profile, and it is reduced with the intensification in the considerations of these indices. The values of thermal conductivity, density, and electrical conductivity have been improved with the inclusion of nanospheres (magnetite ( Fe 3 O 4 ) and silver ( Ag )), whereas the value of specific heat is reduced with the mixture of these nanospheres. The Nusselt number is increased up to 5% with the involvement of magnetite nanospheres, and it is enhanced up to 4% with the involvement of silver nanospheres.

  • Analytical and numerical investigation of Darcy-Forchheimer flow of a nonlinear-radiative non-Newtonian fluid over a Riga plate with entropy optimization
    S. Eswaramoorthi, K. Loganathan, Muhammad Faisal, Thongchai Botmart, and Nehad Ali Shah

    Ain Shams Engineering Journal, ISSN: 20904479, Published: 2022 Elsevier BV

  • Nonlinear Mixed Convective Bidirectional Dynamics of Double Stratified Radiative Oldroyd-B Nanofluid Flow with Heat Source/Sink and Higher-Order Chemical Reaction
    Iftikhar Ahmad, Muhammad Faisal, K. Loganathan, Muhammad Zaheer Kiyani, and Ngawang Namgyel

    Mathematical Problems in Engineering, ISSN: 1024123X, eISSN: 15635147, Volume: 2022, Published: 2022 Hindawi Limited
    Little is known in the literature about the concept of nonuniform heat source/sink and higher-order chemical reaction for the dynamics of Oldroyd-B nanoparticles. Therefore, the present article addresses the nonuniform heat source/sink and higher-order chemical reaction features in nonlinear mixed convection bidirectional MHD dynamics of Oldroyd-B nanoparticles with thermal radiation aspects through porous space. Stratification effects for both the temperature and concentration setups are also used in the mathematical model with the significance of random movement and thermodiffusion of nanoparticles. Shape-preserving transformations have been employed to convert the transport equations into solvable forms. An innovative analytical tactic, namely, homotopy analysis method, has been adopted to find the solution of the modeled problem. Behaviors of pertinent parameters on thermal and concentration profiles have been discussed through various graphs. Inspection of heat/mass transport against appropriate varieties of pertinent parameters has been made and explained physically. Thermal profile is augmented with the higher estimations of space and temperature-dependent heat source/sink links. Concentration profile is diminished with the augmentation of higher-order chemical reaction parameter. Sherwood number is improved with the estimation of 0 ≤ β t ≤ 100 and is reduced with the growth of 0 ≤ β c ≤ 100 . Nusselt number is declined with the upgraded amounts of 0 ≤ N b ≤ 3 and 0 ≤ N t ≤ 5 .

  • Significance of convective Nield's conditions on radiative Casson nanomaterial flow over a bidirectional stretching surface with Arrhenius energy
    Iftikhar Ahmad, Muhammad Faisal, and Tariq Javed

    International Journal of Ambient Energy, ISSN: 01430750, eISSN: 21628246, Published: 2022 Informa UK Limited

  • On numerical analysis of hydromagnetic radiative Jeffery nanofluid flow by variable thickness surface with activation energy and unsteadiness aspects
    Muhammad Faisal, F. Mabood, and I. A. Badruddin

    Waves in Random and Complex Media, ISSN: 17455030, eISSN: 17455049, Published: 2022 Informa UK Limited

  • Entropy and Heat Transfer Analysis for MHD Flow of Cu/Ag-Water-Based Nanofluid on a Heated 3D Plate with Nonlinear Radiation
    S. Eswaramoorthi, S. Divya, Muhammad Faisal, and Ngawang Namgyel

    Mathematical Problems in Engineering, ISSN: 1024123X, eISSN: 15635147, Volume: 2022, Published: 2022 Hindawi Limited
    This paper scrutinizes the consequences of radiation and heat consumption of MHD convective flow of nanofluid on a heated stretchy plate with injection/suction and convective heating/cooling conditions. The nanofluid encompasses with C u and A g nanoparticles. We enforce the suited transformation to remodel the governing mathematical models to ODE models. The HAM (homotopy analysis method) idea is applied to derive the series solutions. The divergence of fluid velocity, temperature, skin friction coefficient, local Nusselt number, entropy generation, and Bejan number on disparate governing parameters is exhibited via graphs and tables. It is seen that the fluid velocity in both directions is subsided when elevating the magnetic field and Forchheimer number. Also, the C u nanoparticles possess hefty speed compared to A g nanoparticles because the density of A g nanoparticles is high compared to that of C u nanoparticles. The fluid temperature upturns when enlarging the heat generation and radiation parameters. The skin friction coefficients and local Nusselt number are high in A g nanoparticles than in C u nanoparticles.

  • Unsteady 3D heat transport in hybrid nanofluid containing brick shaped ceria and zinc-oxide nanocomposites with heat source/sink
    Iftikhar Ahmad, Muhammad Faisal, Qazi Zan-Ul-Abadin, Tariq Javed, and K. Loganathan

    Nanocomposites, eISSN: 20550332, Pages: 1-12, Published: 2022 Informa UK Limited

  • Numerical investigation for mixed convective 3D radiative flow of chemically reactive Williamson nanofluid with power law heat/mass fluxes
    Iftikhar Ahmad, Muhammad Faisal, Tariq Javed, Ayesha Mustafa, and Muhammad Zaheer Kiyani

    Ain Shams Engineering Journal, ISSN: 20904479, Published: January 2022 Elsevier BV

  • Insight into the relationship between unsteady Cattaneo-Christov double diffusion, random motion and thermo-migration of tiny particles
    Iftikhar Ahmad, Muhammad Faisal, Tariq Javed, and Isaac Lare Animasaun

    Ain Shams Engineering Journal, ISSN: 20904479, Published: January 2022 Elsevier BV
    Abstract Significant impact of unsteady Cattaneo-Christov double diffusion, random motion and thermo-migration of tiny particles on thermal storage and in heat exchangers devices has attracted us to investigate the role of these thermal engineering terms in the existence of convectively heating and zero-mass flux at the bidirectionally stretchable wall. Combination of similarity expressions is adopted to transform the prevailing partial differential equations into ordinary differential equations and then solved, numerically, by using Keller-Box simulation technique. Temperature and concentration phases are discussed under the influences of involved parameters, graphically. It is detected that thermal relaxation dependent on heat flux maximizes the temperature gradient, whereas thermal relaxation dependent on mass flux minimizes the concentration gradient. It is also scrutinized that escalating choice of random motion of tiny particles provides constant temperature gradient because of Nield’s expression. Moreover, augmenting choice of thermo-migration of tiny particles enhances the concentration gradient. Furthermore, intensifying choice of unsteady factor abridges the temperature plus concentration distributions and also it condenses all the three boundary layer thicknesses.

  • Unsteady rotating flow of nanofluid with prescribed thermal aspects
    Iftikhar Ahmad, Muhammad Faisal, and Tariq Javed

    International Journal of Modern Physics C, ISSN: 01291831, Published: July 2021 World Scientific Pub Co Pte Lt
    Motivated by the significant role of nanofluid in pollution cleaning and energy recovery, we decided to explore the unsteady three-dimensional rotating flow of nanofluid driven by the movement of a flat surface with the potencies of prescribed heat distributions. The modeling of the physical model is completed with the help of Buongiorno nanofluid model. Suitable arrangement of similarity variables is implemented to transform the model equations into strongly nonlinear ordinary differential equations. Numerical inspection of the model is made by employing Keller–Box algorithm. Influences of involved parameters on the distributions of heat and mass are discussed graphically, while the potencies of influential parameters on reduced Nusselt and reduced Sherwood numbers are physically discussed through tabular arrangements. It is deduced that increasing the values of Prandtl factor and heat controlling indices diminishes the temperature and concentration distributions, whereas intensification in the amount of rotation factor enhances the temperature as well as concentration distribution. Moreover, negative trends in the amounts of reduced Nusselt and Sherwood numbers are achieved with the escalations in the values of rotation and thermophoresis factors, whereas opposite trend is achieved with the intensification in the choice of Prandtl factor.

  • Dynamics of copper–water nanofluid with the significance of prescribed thermal conditions
    Iftikhar Ahmad, Muhammad Faisal, and Tariq Javed

    Heat Transfer, ISSN: 26884534, eISSN: 26884542, Pages: 4248-4263, Published: July 2021 Wiley

  • Keller-Box simulation for nonzero and zero mass fluxes of nanofluid flow impinging over a bi-directional stretching sheet: An unsteady mathematical model
    Muhammad Faisal, Iftikhar Ahmad, and Tariq Javed

    International Journal of Modern Physics C, ISSN: 01291831, Published: April 2021 World Scientific Pub Co Pte Lt
    The countless applications of nanofluids in the improvements of nanotechnology, thermal and physical analogies have attracted our attention to frame an unsteady mathematical model for bi-directional flow of a Newtonian nanofluid over a stretching sheet with the potencies of nonzero and zero mass fluxes. Mathematically, this newly presented analysis is more genuine, where the action of a prescribed heat source at a stretching surface is used to control the distribution of heat. Mathematical formulation is carried out using a novel two-phase nanofluid model. Dimensionless forms of governing equations are obtained with the help of a suitable set of variables. The transformed equations are then solved by using an innovative computational technique, namely, Keller–Box approach. Moreover, the convergence of the numerical solution has been discussed via grid-independence tactic. The results for reduced Nusselt and Sherwood numbers have been arranged in the form of a table with CPU run time. Graphical illustrations have been presented for concentration and temperature distributions. It is inspected that escalating amounts of heat distribution indices reduce the mass concentration and the temperature of the nanomaterial. Rate of heat transference is noticed approximately 228.62% higher, while rate of mass transference is observed approximately 16.79% lower when analysis is shifted to zero mass flux environment from nonzero normal mass flux environment.

  • Dynamics of MHD tangent hyperbolic nanofluid with prescribed thermal conditions, random motion and thermo-migration of nanoparticles
    Muhammad Faisal, Iftikhar Ahmad, and Tariq Javed

    Journal of Dispersion Science and Technology, ISSN: 01932691, eISSN: 15322351, Published: 2021 Informa UK Limited
    Investigation of expanding sheet flow in the existence of tiny particles is an interesting field of research and this type of mathematical model is usually expressed in the form of partial differen...

  • Unsteady flow of walters-b magneto-nanofluid over a bidirectional stretching surface in a porous medium with heat generation
    Iftikhar Ahmad, Muhammad Faisal, and Tariq Javed

    Special Topics and Reviews in Porous Media, ISSN: 21514798, eISSN: 2151562X, Pages: 49-70, Published: 2021 Begell House

  • Numerical assessments of prescribed heat sources on unsteady 3d flow of Williamson nanoliquid through porous media
    Muhammad Faisal, Iftikhar Ahmad, and Tariq Javed

    Special Topics and Reviews in Porous Media, ISSN: 21514798, eISSN: 2151562X, Pages: 71-92, Published: 2021 Begell House

  • Numerical simulation of mixed convective 3D flow of a chemically reactive nanofluid subject to convective Nield's conditions with a nonuniform heat source/sink
    Muhammad Faisal, Iftikhar Ahmad, and Tariq Javed

    Heat Transfer, ISSN: 26884534, eISSN: 26884542, Pages: 352-369, Published: January 2021 Wiley

  • Actions of viscous dissipation and Ohmic heating on bidirectional flow of a magneto-Prandtl nanofluid with prescribed heat and mass fluxes
    Tariq Javed, Muhammad Faisal, and Iftikhar Ahmad

    Heat Transfer, ISSN: 26884534, eISSN: 26884542, Pages: 4801-4819, Published: December 2020 Wiley

  • Dynamisms of activation energy and convective Nield's conditions on bidirectional flow of radiative Eyring-Powell nanofluid
    Tariq Javed, Muhammad Faisal, and Iftikhar Ahmad

    International Journal of Modern Physics C, ISSN: 01291831, Published: November 2020 World Scientific Pub Co Pte Lt
    Current continuation describes the computational study concerning with the unsteady flow of Eyring–Powell magneto nanoliquid over a bidirectionally deformable surface. Transference of activation energy is used in the improvement of binary chemical reaction. Nonlinear significance of thermal radiation is also incorporated in the energy equation. Investigation has been carried out through convective Nield’s boundary restrictions. Firstly, useful combination of variables has been implemented to alter the governing PDEs into ODEs. Later on, Keller-Box approach has been adopted to obtain the numerical solution of the physical problem. Physical interpretations of obtained results are also described for temperature and mass concentration distributions through various graphs. Rate of heat transportation has been explained through tabular data for acceptable ranges of involved engineering parameters. It is detected that escalating amount of Brownian constraint provides a constant temperature distribution. It is also inspected through present investigation that escalating amounts of activation energy factor, thermophoresis parameter, radiation parameter, Biot number and temperature ratio parameter improve the concentration field. Moreover, the amount of heat transport has considerably improved by increasing the amounts of temperature controlling indices and Biot number. Convergence analysis and error estimations of the numerical solution are also presented through various mesh refinement levels of the computational domain. Finally, comparison benchmarks with the restricted cases have been presented for the validation of the results obtained through the present parametric investigation.

  • Dynamisms of solar radiation and prescribed heat sources on bidirectional flow of magnetized Eyring-Powell nanofluid
    Tariq Javed, Muhammad Faisal, and Iftikhar Ahmad

    Case Studies in Thermal Engineering, ISSN: 2214157X, Published: October 2020 Elsevier BV
    Abstract Motivated by the remarkable usages of prescribed heat sources in the areas of solar energy and thermal engineering, we frame a mathematical model for unsteady flow of magnetized Eyring-Powell nanomaterial driven by a bi-directionally moveable surface with the nonlinearity of solar radiation. Basically, this newly stated approach is more genuine, where prescribed heat sources (PST and PHF) are used to maintain the surface temperature and quantities of thermal engineering interest are inspected in a more effective way. A proper combination of variables is adopted to convert the PDEs into ODEs and then numerically solved by utilizing Keller-Box approach. The foremost outcomes for the rate of heat and the rate of mass transferences are anticipated through various tables and graphs. It is observed through present investigation that escalating values of temperature controlled indices, solar radiation constraint and temperature ratio constraint enhance the rate of heat transference, whereas rising amount of thermophoresis constraint reduces the rate of mass transference. Finally, a comparison with the restricted case is also established to validate the whole parametric study.

  • Significances of prescribed heat sources on magneto Casson nanofluid flow due to unsteady bi-directionally stretchable surface in a porous medium
    Muhammad Faisal, Iftikhar Ahmad, and Tariq Javed

    SN Applied Sciences, eISSN: 25233971, Published: September 2020 Springer Science and Business Media LLC
    In this communication, bidirectional flow of Casson nanomaterial driven by an unsteady moveable surface in the region of boundary layer is analyzed. Moreover, the significances of porous space, magnetic field, prescribed surface temperature (PST), and prescribed surface heat flux are also incorporated. Furthermore, the aspects of Brownian motion and thermophoresis are also comprised through Buongiorno nanofluid model. Governing equations are firstly transformed into system of ordinary differential equations by using a suitable combination of variables, and then computational assessment is made through Keller-Box method. Graphical illustrations for temperature distribution, concentration distribution, local Nusselt number and local Sherwood number against escalating amounts of pertinent parameters are presented. It is observed that escalating amounts of unsteady parameter and temperature controlled indices reduce the temperature distribution, as well as the concentration distribution. It is also observed that increasing amounts of Casson parameter enhances the rate of heat transfer, and reduces the rate of mass transfer for PST case. Finally, a comparison benchmark for limited case has been presented to validate the present methodology.

  • Mixed convective flow of an Oldroyd-B nanofluid impinging over an unsteady bidirectional stretching surface with the significances of double stratification and chemical reaction
    Iftikhar Ahmad, Iqra Khurshid, Muhammad Faisal, Tariq Javed, and Zaheer Abbas

    SN Applied Sciences, eISSN: 25233971, Published: September 2020 Springer Science and Business Media LLC
    The numerous applications of non-Newtonian nanofluids in engineering, geothermal and industrial processes motivated us to formulate a comprehensive model for unsteady 3D flow of an Oldroyd-B nanomaterial. Brownian motion and thermophoresis characteristics are also accommodated through a Buongiorno nanofluid model. Moreover, assessments of thermal stratification, chemical reaction, solutal stratification, mixed convection, and prescribed heat source are also elucidated in the combinations of momentum, energy, and concentration equations. The transformed system of ODEs is tackled by homotopy analysis method. A comparison benchmark for limited cases is also constructed to confirm the correctness of whole parametric exploration. It is scrutinized through present communication that intensifying values of Prandtl factor, unsteady factor, heat distribution indices, thermal stratification constraint, mixed convective parameter, and Deborah number for time retardation diminish the temperature of the nanomaterial. Also, escalating amounts of Lewis number, chemically reactive species, Brownian motion parameter, and solutal stratification constraint reduce the concentration profile.

RECENT SCHOLAR PUBLICATIONS

  • Bidirectional radiative transport of magnetic Maxwell nanofluid mobilized by Arrhenius energy and prescribed thermal/concentration conditions: Significance of Ludwig-Soret and
    M Faisal, F Mabood, KK Asogwa, IA Badruddin
    Ain Shams Engineering Journal, 101933 2022

  • Convective Heat Transport in Bidirectional Water Driven Hybrid Nanofluid Using Blade Shaped Cadmium Telluride and Graphite Nanoparticles under Electromagnetohydrodynamics Process
    I Ahmad, Q Zan-Ul-Abadin, M Faisal, K Loganathan, T Javed, N Namgyel
    Journal of Mathematics 2022 2022

  • Prescribed Thermal Activity in the Radiative Bidirectional Flow of Magnetized Hybrid Nanofluid: Keller-Box Approach
    I Ahmad, Q Zan-Ul-Abadin, M Faisal, K Loganathan, T Javed, ...
    Journal of Nanomaterials 2022 2022

  • Analytical and numerical investigation of Darcy-Forchheimer flow of a nonlinear-radiative non-Newtonian fluid over a Riga plate with entropy optimization
    S Eswaramoorthi, K Loganathan, M Faisal, T Botmart, NA Shah
    Ain Shams Engineering Journal, 101887 2022

  • Entropy analysis in bidirectional hybrid nanofluid containing nanospheres with variable thermal activity
    I Ahmad, Q Zan-Ul-Abadin, M Faisal, K Loganathan, T Javed, S Gyeltshen
    Journal of Nanomaterials 2022 2022

  • Nonlinear Mixed Convective Bidirectional Dynamics of Double Stratified Radiative Oldroyd-B Nanofluid Flow with Heat Source/Sink and Higher-Order Chemical Reaction
    I Ahmad, M Faisal, K Loganathan, MZ Kiyani, N Namgyel
    Mathematical Problems in Engineering 2022 2022

  • On numerical analysis of hydromagnetic radiative Jeffery nanofluid flow by variable thickness surface with activation energy and unsteadiness aspects
    M Faisal, F Mabood, IA Badruddin
    Waves in Random and Complex Media, 1-19 2022

  • Significance of convective Nield's conditions on radiative Casson nanomaterial flow over a bidirectional stretching surface with Arrhenius energy
    I Ahmad, M Faisal, T Javed
    International Journal of Ambient Energy, 1-29 2022

  • Insight into the motion of water conveying three kinds of nanoparticles on a horizontal surface: Significance of thermo-migration and Brownian motion of different nanoparticles
    S Saleem, IL Animasaun, SJ Yook, QM Al-Mdallal, NA Shah, M Faisal
    Surfaces and Interfaces 30, 101854 2022

  • Unsteady 3D heat transport in hybrid nanofluid containing brick shaped ceria and zinc-oxide nanocomposites with heat source/sink
    I Ahmad, M Faisal, Q Zan-Ul-Abadin, T Javed, K Loganathan
    Nanocomposites 8 (1), 1-12 2022

  • Activation Energy Performance through Magnetized Hybrid Fe3O4–PP Nanofluids Flow with Impact of the Cluster Interfacial Nanolayer
    M Qureshi, Q Raza, A Ramzan, M Faisal, B Ali, NA Shah, W Weera
    Mathematics 10 (18), 3277 2022

  • Entropy and Heat Transfer Analysis for MHD Flow of [Formula: see text]-Water-Based Nanofluid on a Heated 3D Plate with Nonlinear Radiation
    S Eswaramoorthi, S Divya, M Faisal, N Namgyel
    Mathematical Problems in Engineering (Web) 2022 2022

  • Entropy and heat transfer analysis for MHD flow of-water-based nanofluid on a heated 3D plate with nonlinear radiation
    S Eswaramoorthi, S Divya, M Faisal, N Namgyel
    Mathematical Problems in Engineering 2022 2022

  • Numerical investigation for mixed convective 3D radiative flow of chemically reactive Williamson nanofluid with power law heat/mass fluxes
    I Ahmad, M Faisal, T Javed, A Mustafa, MZ Kiyani
    Ain Shams Engineering Journal 13 (1), 101508 2021

  • Insight into the relationship between unsteady Cattaneo-Christov double diffusion, random motion and thermo-migration of tiny particles
    I Ahmad, M Faisal, T Javed, IL Animasaun
    Ain Shams Engineering Journal 13 (1), 101494 2021

  • Dynamics of MHD tangent hyperbolic nanofluid with prescribed thermal conditions, random motion and thermo-migration of nanoparticles
    M Faisal, I Ahmad, T Javed
    Journal of Dispersion Science and Technology, 1-15 2021

  • Keller–Box simulation for nonzero and zero mass fluxes of nanofluid flow impinging over a bi-directional stretching sheet: An unsteady mathematical model
    M Faisal, I Ahmad, T Javed
    International Journal of Modern Physics C 32 (04), 2150052 2021

  • Unsteady rotating flow of nanofluid with prescribed thermal aspects
    I Ahmad, M Faisal, T Javed
    International Journal of Modern Physics C 32 (7), 2150093 (18 pages) 2021

  • Dynamics of copper–water nanofluid with the significance of prescribed thermal conditions
    I Ahmad, M Faisal, T Javed
    Heat Transfer 50 (5), 4248-4263 2021

  • Numerical assessments of prescribed heat sources on unsteady 3D flow of Williamson nanoliquid through porous media
    M Faisal, I Ahmad, T Javed
    Special Topics and Reviews in Porous Media: An International Journal 12 (2 2021

MOST CITED SCHOLAR PUBLICATIONS

  • Bi-directional stretched nanofluid flow with Cattaneo-Christov double diffusion
    I Ahmad, M Faisal, T Javed
    Results in Physics 15, 102581 2019
    Citations: 38

  • Dynamisms of solar radiation and prescribed heat sources on bidirectional flow of magnetized Eyring-Powell nanofluid
    T Javed, M Faisal, I Ahmad
    Case Studies in Thermal Engineering 21, 100689 2020
    Citations: 29

  • Insight into the motion of water conveying three kinds of nanoparticles on a horizontal surface: Significance of thermo-migration and Brownian motion of different nanoparticles
    S Saleem, IL Animasaun, SJ Yook, QM Al-Mdallal, NA Shah, M Faisal
    Surfaces and Interfaces 30, 101854 2022
    Citations: 26

  • Radiative nanofluid flow due to unsteady bi-directional stretching surface with convective and zero mass flux boundary conditions: using Keller-Box scheme
    M Faisal, I Ahmad, T Javed
    Computational Thermal Sciences: An International Journal 12 (4), 361-385 2020
    Citations: 26

  • Magneto nanofluid flow due to bidirectional stretching surface in a porous medium
    I Ahmad, M Faisal, T Javed
    Special Topics & Reviews in Porous Media: An International Journal 10 (5 2019
    Citations: 25

  • Radiation aspects on magneto‐Carreau nanoliquid flow over a bidirectionally stretchable surface with variable thermal conditions
    I Ahmad, M Faisal, T Javed
    Heat Transfer-Asian Research 49 (6), 3456-3476 2020
    Citations: 24

  • Actions of viscous dissipation and Ohmic heating on bidirectional flow of a magneto-Prandtl nanofluid with prescribed heat and mass fluxes
    T Javed, M Faisal, I Ahmad
    Heat Transfer-Asian Research 49 (8), 4801-4819 2020
    Citations: 23

  • Keller–Box simulation for nonzero and zero mass fluxes of nanofluid flow impinging over a bi-directional stretching sheet: An unsteady mathematical model
    M Faisal, I Ahmad, T Javed
    International Journal of Modern Physics C 32 (04), 2150052 2021
    Citations: 17

  • Significances of prescribed heat sources on magneto Casson nanofluid flow due to unsteady bi-directionally stretchable surface in a porous medium
    M Faisal, I Ahmad, T Javed
    SN applied sciences 2 (9), 1472 2020
    Citations: 16

  • Dynamisms of activation energy and convective Nield’s conditions on bidirectional flow of radiative Eyring–Powell nanofluid
    T Javed, M Faisal, I Ahmad
    International Journal of Modern Physics C 31 (11), 2050156 (24 pages) 2020
    Citations: 15

  • Numerical simulation of mixed convective 3D flow of a chemically reactive nanofluid subject to convective Nield's conditions with a nonuniform heat source/sink
    M Faisal, I Ahmad, T Javed
    Heat Transfer 50 (1), 352-369 2020
    Citations: 15

  • Insight into the relationship between unsteady Cattaneo-Christov double diffusion, random motion and thermo-migration of tiny particles
    I Ahmad, M Faisal, T Javed, IL Animasaun
    Ain Shams Engineering Journal 13 (1), 101494 2021
    Citations: 14

  • Mixed convective flow of an Oldroyd-B nanofluid impinging over an unsteady bidirectional stretching surface with the significances of double stratification and chemical reaction
    I Ahmad, I Khurshid, M Faisal, T Javed, Z Abbas
    SN Applied Sciences 2 (9), 1599 2020
    Citations: 14

  • Numerical investigation for mixed convective 3D radiative flow of chemically reactive Williamson nanofluid with power law heat/mass fluxes
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    Ain Shams Engineering Journal 13 (1), 101508 2021
    Citations: 12

  • Dynamics of MHD tangent hyperbolic nanofluid with prescribed thermal conditions, random motion and thermo-migration of nanoparticles
    M Faisal, I Ahmad, T Javed
    Journal of Dispersion Science and Technology, 1-15 2021
    Citations: 11

  • Unsteady rotating flow of nanofluid with prescribed thermal aspects
    I Ahmad, M Faisal, T Javed
    International Journal of Modern Physics C 32 (7), 2150093 (18 pages) 2021
    Citations: 10

  • Dynamics of copper–water nanofluid with the significance of prescribed thermal conditions
    I Ahmad, M Faisal, T Javed
    Heat Transfer 50 (5), 4248-4263 2021
    Citations: 10

  • Unsteady flow of Walters-B magneto-nanofluid over a bidirectional stretching surface in porous medium with heat generation
    I Ahmad, M Faisal, T Javed
    Special Topics and Reviews in Porous Media: An International Journal 12 (3 2021
    Citations: 9

  • Unsteady 3D heat transport in hybrid nanofluid containing brick shaped ceria and zinc-oxide nanocomposites with heat source/sink
    I Ahmad, M Faisal, Q Zan-Ul-Abadin, T Javed, K Loganathan
    Nanocomposites 8 (1), 1-12 2022
    Citations: 8

  • Entropy and heat transfer analysis for MHD flow of-water-based nanofluid on a heated 3D plate with nonlinear radiation
    S Eswaramoorthi, S Divya, M Faisal, N Namgyel
    Mathematical Problems in Engineering 2022 2022
    Citations: 8