Heat and mass transfer analysis of MHD peristaltic flow through a complaint porous channel with variable thermal conductivity
The MHD peristaltic motion of Bingham fluid through a uniform channel is examined under the influence of long wavelength and small Reynolds number. The impact of variable thermal conductivity, convective heat transfer, porous boundaries, and wall properties are considered. The semi-analytical technique is utilized to solve the governing nonlinear temperature equation. The effects of different parameters on the physiological quantities of interest are captured with the assistance of MATLAB programming. The assessment reveals that an ascent in a magnetic parameter reduces the velocity field. Further, an increment in the estimation of variable thermal conductivity upgrades the temperature profiles. Besides, the trapped bolus is a function of a porous parameter, and an increase in porous parameter will have the proportional increment in the other parameter.
Vaidya, H.; Rajashekhar, C.; Manjunatha, G.; and Prasad, K. V., "Heat and mass transfer analysis of MHD peristaltic flow through a complaint porous channel with variable thermal conductivity" (2020). Open Access Archive. 551.