MHD Oscillatory Flow of Jeffrey Fluid in an Indented Artery with Heat Source

We investigated blood flow through an indented artery in this article, assuming blood to be Jeffrey fluid. The impact of heat transfer on the flow profile of Jeffrey fluid in an indented artery is investigated in this analysis. The governing equations are also converted into coupled Bessel differential equations and solved analytically. The effects of various physical parameters such as Prandtl number of blood, Pr = 21 , Grashof number Gr , Darcy number Da , Hartmann number M, Reynolds number, Re  , as well as the Jeffrey parameter,  and a constant parameter, on the velocity profile and temperature profile. The results are discussed in detail with the graphs obtained using Mathematica version 10.3.

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K. W. Bunonyo
Department of Mathematics and Statistics, Federal University Otuoke, Yenagoa, Nigeria.

C. Israel-Cookey
Department of Physics, Rivers State University, Port Harcourt, Nigeria.

E. Amos
Department of Mathematics, Rivers State University, Port Harcourt, Nigeria.

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