The fundamental research near a boundary layer nanofluid flow at a stagnation point region with thermal radiation effect is conducted under microgravity environment. The mathematical formulation is modified from physical law to represent the physical characteristic of the flow and the system of the equation are solved numerically using Keller box method. The flow is analyzed in terms of physical quantities of principal interest such as skin friction and Nusset number. Parameters consider in this flow such as curvature ratio, amplitude of modulation, frequency of oscillation, nanoparticles volume friction and thermal radiation is analyzed numerically and presented graphically. From the analysis, g-jitter effect will produce a fluctuating result to the skin frictions and Nusset number indicate the singularity solution in the flow. The existing of nanoparticles and thermal radiation is found to increase the rate of heat transfer of the flow.
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