Chemical Reaction, Heat Source and Slip Effects on MHD Pulsatory Blood Flowing Past an Inclined Stenosed Artery Influenced by Body Acceleration

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International Journal of Mathematics Trends and Technology (IJMTT)
 
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Volume-68 Issue-1
Year of Publication : 2022
Authors : E. Amos, E. Omamoke, Chinedu Nwaigwe
  10.14445/22315373/IJMTT-V68I1P501

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MLA Style: E. Amos, E. Omamoke, Chinedu Nwaigwe. "Chemical Reaction, Heat Source and Slip Effects on MHD Pulsatory Blood Flowing Past an Inclined Stenosed Artery Influenced by Body Acceleration" International Journal of Mathematics Trends and Technology 68.1 (2022):1-23. 

APA Style: E. Amos, E. Omamoke, Chinedu Nwaigwe(2022). Chemical Reaction, Heat Source and Slip Effects on MHD Pulsatory Blood Flowing Past an Inclined Stenosed Artery Influenced by Body Acceleration  International Journal of Mathematics Trends and Technology, 68(1), 1-23.

Abstract
This study analyses the effects of chemical reaction, slip effect and heat source on the MHD flow of blood through an inclined permeable artery with stenosis under body acceleration present. The blood is treated as a non-Newtonian electrically conduction fluid with accumulated substances of fatty substance in the blood cells creating porosity at the artery walls. The mathematical model for the blood flow is developed with inclusion of buoyancy force for both energy and diffusion with variations in heat and mass transfer having an effect on the blood flow. The partial differential equation of the governing model is transformed to ordinary differential equation using the boundary conditions. Variations in parameters all had effects on the blood flow, temperature and diffusion. Results showed that chemical reaction, magnetic field and slip reduces the blood flow while the body acceleration, heat source and pressure gradient increases the blood flow.

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Keywords : Magneto hydro dynamic (MHD), Slip Boundary, Chemical Reaction, Heat Source, Body Acceleration, Inclined porous artery.