The Influence of Variable Fluid Properties on Peristaltic Transport of Eyring Powell Fluid Flowing Through an Inclined Uniform Channel
Keywords:Peristaltic mechanism, variable viscosity, variable thermal conductivity, inclination, Eyring-Powell fluid
The current study emphasises a new approach to the peristaltic transport of Eyring-Powell fluid through a uniform channel. The study is done while considering the influence of variable liquid properties and wall properties through a uniform inclined channel, and the flow problem is developed mathematically. The study uses low Reynolds number and long-wavelength approximations to simulate no-slip conditions on the channel walls. The solutions are derived using a traditional double perturbation technique, and the nonlinear governing equations are normalized by employing pertinent non-dimensional factors. Graphical representations of the impact of significant physical parameters, such as velocity, temperature, concentration, and streamlines, are depicted and discussed. It was noted that Eyring-Powell fluid parameters and variable liquid properties have major impact during the peristalsis.