Peristaltic pumping in Buongiorno model nanofluids transport within flexible walls

Bhimanand Pandurang Gajbhare, J.S.V.R. Krishna Prasad, S.R. Mishra

Abstract


Peristaltic pumping is a mechanism always takes place from lower pressure region to higher pressure region. The Buongiorno model nanofluid transport for peristaltic pumping within flexible walls has several many applications such as, urine transport between kidney and bladder, drug delivery in blood vessels etc. Several pharmacological delivery systems including industrial applications are the basic principle of peristaltic pumping in transport systems. In the current research work, Buongiorno model nanofluid is undertaken for the peristaltic pumping within flexible walls. The mechanism through an electrically conducting nanofluid warrants the effect of magnetic field. In addition to that, the influences of thermal radiation, Brownian motion, thermophoresis, and constant heat source/sink are deployed in the present investigation. The simplified nonlinear governing equations are solved numerically and the observations for the embodying parameters are displayed via graphs and tabular form. In particular situation the result shows a conformation with that of earlier investigations warrants carrying forward further investigation and the conclusive remarks are elaborated in the results and discussion section.

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Published: 2020-04-28

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Bhimanand Pandurang Gajbhare, J.S.V.R. Krishna Prasad, S.R. Mishra, Peristaltic pumping in Buongiorno model nanofluids transport within flexible walls, J. Math. Comput. Sci., 10 (2020), 1192-1213

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