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Title: Peristaltic Propulsion Study in Channel/Tube Flow with the Interaction of Nanofluids
Authors: Sheriff, Samreen
Keywords: Physical Sciences
Issue Date: 2021
Publisher: Riphah International University, Islamabad
Abstract: The present thesis focuses on unsteady and two-dimensional peristaltic flows of incompressible nanofluids through a channel. Here, symmetric and non-uniform channel is introduced with flexible walls. Single and double-walled carbon nanotubes are utilized in order to study the flow features under the impact of MHD and mixed convection phenomena. Tiwari-Das model is considered to explore the thermo-physical features of diverse nanoparticles. Furthermore, entropy generation effects in peristaltic transport of hybrid nanofluid are also illustrated. The aspects of heat generation, Joule heating, heat absorption, thermal slip, viscous dissipation and varying viscosity are incorporated to analyze the heat transport properties. Additionally, nanoparticles shapes effect, velocity slip and porosity are implemented to examine the peristalsis phenomenon. Dimensionless form of governing equations is achieved by utilizing suitable variables. Solutions of resulting equations are achieved via both, exact and numerical methods. The impact of eminent parameters on velocity of fluid and temperature are described and analyzed through graphs. Heat transfer rate is graphically elaborated.
Gov't Doc #: 23689
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