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Publication Type : Journal Article
Publisher : Ingenta Connect
Source : Journal of Nanofluids, Volume 12, Number 1, February 2023, pp. 115-135(21)
Campus : Bengaluru
School : School of Engineering
Department : Mathematics
Year : 2023
Abstract : Peristaltic nanofluid’s flow due to the enhanced thermal performances of nanoparticles and their importance in many sectors play a vital role in medicine, cosmetics, manufacturing, and engineering processes. In this regard, the current theoretical work examines the swimming behavior of migratory gyrotactic microorganisms in a non- Newtonian blood-based nanofluid that is subjected to a magnetic field. The addition of motile microorganisms improves heat and mass transmission by stabilizing the nanoparticle suspension created by the combined actions of buoyancy force and magnetic field. This fluid pattern may display both Newtonian and non-Newtonian fluid properties. Continuity, temperature, motile microbe, momentum, and concentration equations are used in the mathematical formulation. The series solutions are found using the perturbation technique, and the leading parameters are described using graphs. Further, the impact of various physical constraints on different physiological quantities is addressed and illustrated through graphs and is pondered in detail. Bioconvection reduces the density of gyrotactic bacteria, according to the findings. Such findings are beneficial to biomedical sciences and engineering. Microorganisms are helpful in the breakdown of organic matter, the production of oxygen, and the maintenance of human health.
Cite this Research Publication : Hanumesh Vaidya, Prasad, K. V., Vajravelu , K., Rajashekar, C., Viharika, J. U., “Bioconvection Peristaltic Transport of Nano Eyring-Powell Fluid in an Asymmetric Channel Containing Gyrotactic Microorganism ”, Journal of Nanofluids , vol. 12 (1), pp. 115-135. SCOPUS and Web of Science, I.F. 1.74.