## What is/are Porous Disk?

Porous Disk - 5 mm, not 7 mm as stated in the Article, to account for the fact that the vertical tubes were embedded halfway inside of the nanoporous disk.^{[1]}Auxiliary boundary value problems are solved for a specific elastic body - a porous disk.

^{[2]}Impacts of using a porous disk on the performance of a phase change material filled cylindrical container during forced convection of nanoliquid in discharging mode are investigated with finite element method.

^{[3]}We proposed a computational fluid dynamics (CFD) porous disk (PD) wake model as an intermediate method between engineering wake models and CFD wake models.

^{[4]}Previously constructed nanofluid flow models are extended with exothermic/endothermic chemical reactions and the flow is considered over stretching, rotating, porous disk which is convectively heated from its bottom with the hot liquid.

^{[5]}A dandelion pappus is modelled as a porous disk.

^{[6]}Tension infiltration of water takes place at the top of a soil column through a porous disk with a smaller diameter than the soil sample.

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## Rotating Porous Disk

The flow due to the oscillating rotating porous disk with a viscous fluid at infinity is studied under the influence of Hall current.^{[1]}The Coriolis effect with forced convective heat transfer on steady ferrohydrodynamic flow past a rotating porous disk in the presence of viscous dissipation has been investigated.

^{[2]}Initially, the modification of the momentum in an incident flow to a rotating porous disk was considered, which extracts from or delivers to the momentum flow (Mejía, 2005).

^{[3]}We examine the entropy analysis in three-dimensional hydromagnetic flow and convective heat transport of a biviscosity nanofluid over a rotating porous disk with a time-dependent stretching rate in the direction of the radius of the circular disk.

^{[4]}Objectives: The present study analyses the effects of nanoparticles over steady, incompressible boundary-layer flow of non-Newtonian Williamson fluid flowing over a rotating porous disk.

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