\r\npresented to exhibit the two-dimensional boundary layer flow

\r\nof magnetohydrodynamic (MHD) natural convection of tangent

\r\nhyperbolic nanofluid nearby a vertical permeable cone in the presence

\r\nof variable wall temperature impact. The mutated boundary layer

\r\nnonlinear governing equations are solved numerically by the an

\r\nefficient implicit finite difference procedure. For both nanofluid

\r\neffective viscosity and nanofluid thermal conductivity, a number of

\r\nexperimental relations have been recognized. For characterizing the

\r\nnanofluid, the compatible nanoparticle volume fraction model has

\r\nbeen used. Nusselt number and skin friction coefficient are calculated

\r\nfor some values of Weissenberg number W, surface temperature

\r\nexponent n, magnetic field parameter Mg, power law index m and

\r\nPrandtl number Pr as functions of suction parameter. The rate of heat

\r\ntransfer from a vertical permeable cone in a regular fluid is less than

\r\nthat in nanofluids. A best convection has been presented by Copper

\r\nnanoparticle among all the used nanoparticles.","references":null,"publisher":"World Academy of Science, Engineering and Technology","index":"Open Science Index 153, 2019"}