Homogeneous And Heterogeneous Reactions on The Peristalsis of Bingham Fluid with Variable Fluid Properties Through a Porous Channel
Journal of Advanced Research in Fluid Mechanics and Thermal Sciences
The exploration addresses the effect of variable viscosity and thermal conductivity on the peristaltic mechanism of Bingham fluid. A two-dimensional non-uniform porous channel is considered for the fluid flow, which is assumed to be inclined. The impact of heat, slip conditions, wall properties, homogeneous and heterogeneous reactions are examined. The resulting nonlinear differential equations are solved by employing the perturbation method. The solutions acquired are analyzed and sketched through graphs that show that the variable viscosity renders a critical role in regulating the velocity of the fluid in the channel's central part. The stream function has been analyzed to observe the trapping phenomenon. Further, the obtained results find its application in understanding the flow of blood in micro arteries.
Balachandra, H.; Rajashekhar, Choudhari; Vaidya, Hanumesh; and Oudina, Fateh Mebarek, "Homogeneous And Heterogeneous Reactions on The Peristalsis of Bingham Fluid with Variable Fluid Properties Through a Porous Channel" (2021). Open Access archive. 2189.