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Clay nanoparticles are hanging in three different based fluids (water, kerosene, and engine oil). The exact terminologies of Maxwell-Garnett and Brinkman for the current thermophysical properties of clay nanofluids are used, while the flow occurrence is directed by a set linear PDE with physical initial and boundary conditions. The classical governing equations are extended to non-integer order hybrid fractional derivative which is introduced in [33]. Analytical solutions for temperature and ve­locity fields are attained via Laplace transform technique. Some limiting solutions are also obtained from the existing literature and compared for different values of fractional parameter. To vision the impact of several flow parameters on the temperature and velocity some graphs are drawn using Mathcad software and designed in different figures. As a result, we found that hybrid fractional model is better in describing the decay behavior of temperature and velocity in comparison of classical derivatives. In comparison of nanofluid with different base fluids, it is concluded that water-based nanofluid has higher velocity than others.
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