Volume 20 No 22 (2022)
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Application of the non-Newtonian fluid's peristaltic motion in a slightly curved, nonlinear tube to chyme transport in the digestive system
Prabal Pratap Singh, Guddu Kumar, Seema Raghav
In the current decade, researchers have done excellent work recognizing the novel relevance of a peristaltic occurrence in a wide range of biological and physiological systems. Due to its importance in the digestive system, artificial lung, cardiac apparatus, and blood circulation, additional study of the peristaltic event is warranted. This study investigates the unexpected effects of slip on a non-Newtonian Jeffrey liquid's peristaltic flow, using a tube at an angle. To learn how fluid characteristics and wall quality influence flow, they are investigated. The governing equations can be made consistent across all dimensions by applying the appropriate similarity transformations. We obtain a series solution to the velocity equations. The impacts of significant parameters on the values of physiological flow are graphically shown in MATLAB 7.0. According to the research, raising the viscosity parameter yields better speeds. As a side result of this, the trapped bolus grows slightly in size as the viscosity changes. The present research may also be used to examine the profound understanding of chyme transport in the digestive tract.
Nonlinear tube, varying viscosity, peristaltic motion, elastic tension, viscous damping
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