Nanomaterials have achieved remarkable importance in cooling small electronic gadgets like akin and microchips devices. The role of nanoparticles is essential in various aspects, especially in biomedical engineering. Thus hybrid nanomaterials is introduced to strengthen the heat exchangers' performance. In view of the above practical and existing applications of nanomaterials. Our aim is to examine the consequences of Darcy–Forchheimer's radiative and Hall current flow of nanomaterials over a rotating porous disk with variable characteristics. Stretching disk accounting for the slip condition. Nanoparticles ZnO and CoF2O4 are dispersed in based fluid water. The present model is utilized for thermo-physical attributes of hybrid nanomaterials with the impact of shape factor. Transformations convert the modeled PDEs into ODEs. The obtained highly non-linear system is tackled numerically by the NDSolve technique through the software Mathematica. The outcomes of significant variables against different profiles are executed and elaborated in detail. Obtained results show that both nano and hybrid nanofluid radial velocity have reverse behavior against variable porosity and permeability parameters, whereas it decays for larger Forchheimer numbers. Further, it is worthy to point out that, hybrid nanophase has a higher impact on distinct profiles when compared with nano and common liquid phases.
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