Muhammad Asghar Saqib

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Salinity and drought are important agro-environmental problems occurring separately as well as together with the combined occurrence increasing with time due to climate change. Screening of bread wheat genotypes against salinity or drought alone is common; however, little information is available on the response of wheat genotypes to a combination of these(More)
Vertically aligned InAs nanowires (NWs) doped with Si were grown self-assisted by molecular beam epitaxy on GaAs[111]B substrates covered with a thin SiO x layer. Using out-of-plane X-ray diffraction, the influence of Si supply on the growth process and nanostructure formation was studied. It was found that the number of parasitic crystallites grown between(More)
The present analysis represents the concept of the Caputo–Fabrizio derivatives of fractional order to MHD flow of a second-grade fluid together with radiative heat transfer. The fluid flow is subjected to an infinite oscillating vertical plate embedded in a saturated porous media. The fluid starts motion due to an oscillating boundary and temperature(More)
The objective of this article is to study the physics of slip effect at the boundary of a vertical plate in starting the flow of Casson fluid with the combined effect of radiative heat and mass transfer in the presence of first-order chemical reaction. The problem has been modeled in terms of partial differential equations along with appropriate initial and(More)
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