Magnetic Field Effect on Sisko Fluid Flow Containing Gold Nanoparticles through a Porous Curved Surface in the Presence of Radiation and Partial Slip

Umair Khan, Aurang Zaib, Anuar Ishak
2021 Mathematics  
The radiation and magnetic field effects of nanofluids play a significant role in biomedical engineering and medical treatment. This study investigated the performance of gold particles in blood flow (Sisko fluid flow) over a porous, slippery, curved surface. The partial slip effect was considered to examine the characteristics of nanofluid flow in depth. The foremost partial differential equations of the Sisko model were reduced to ordinary differential equations by using suitable variables,
more » ... itable variables, and the boundary value problem of the fourth-order (bvp4c) procedure was applied to plot the results. In addition, the effects of the parameters involved on temperature and velocity were presented in light of the parametric investigation. A comparison with published results showed excellent agreement. The velocity distribution was enhanced due to the magnetic field, while the temperature increased due to the effects of a magnetic field and radiation, which are effective in therapeutic hyperthermia. In addition, the nanoparticle suspension showed increased temperature and decelerated velocity.
doi:10.3390/math9090921 doaj:611f17efa6e04cce99a2871755ca90bd fatcat:wgawcbpoercmpliv6kftsru73e