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Title: Investigations on Hydromagnetic Flow of Biofluids
Researcher: Latha .R
Guide(s): Rushikumar .B
Keywords: Bio Fluids
Physical Sciences,Mathematics,Mathematics Interdisciplinary Applications
University: VIT University
Completed Date: 2019
Abstract: In Chapter 1, we have discussed the general governing equations and some important newlinedefinitions. In Chapter 2, The peristaltic flow of couple stress fluid in an asymmetric newlinechannel. An analytical expression for the axial velocity, stream function, and the axial pressure gradient are investigated. Furthermore, the contour plots of stream function are discussed. In Chapter 3, The non-linear equation of momentum has simplified analytically by using lubrication theory. The analytic expressions have been found in presence of induced magnetic field with couple stress parameter. The characteristics of the trapping of peristaltic flow transport of blood and magnetic force function are embodied newlineby graphs. In Chapter 4, The governing equations are solved analytically. We also newlineconsider the partial slip parameter into account. Results indicate that the partial slip parameter has many applications. The mathematical model is presented to study the effect of heat transfer with an applied magnetic field compared to the effect of heat transfer with the induced magnetic field in Chapter 5. The electromagnetic force is useful for newlineimproving pressure gradient and velocity of fluid which is compared with magnetic newlineforce. In Chapter 6, we have explored the significance of peristaltic flow of Jeffery newlinefluid in an asymmetric channel. We have formulated the problem using non-periodic newlinesinusoidal wave of various wavelength propagating with the speed along the wall of newlinethe channel. Physical behavior of various parameter of Jeffery fluid has been exhibited newlinegraphically for velocity, temperature, pressure gradient and concentration profiles. In newlineChapter 7, The exact solution is obtained for stream function and velocity. Further, R-K newlineFehlberg integration scheme is applied for solving the energy and concentration equations. newlineResults obtained for the flow of uniform geometry at different values of relevant newlineparameters. In Chapter 8, summary and scope of future work is presented. newline
Pagination: I-XI,1-144
Appears in Departments:School of Advanced Sciences

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