Pulsatile flow with heat transfer of dusty magnetohydrodynamic Ree-Eyring fluid through a channel
The flow due to the pulsatile pressure gradient of dusty non-Newtonian fluid with heat transfer in a channel is considered. The system is stressed by an external magnetic field. The non-Newtonian fluid under consideration is obeying the rheological equation of state due to Ree-Eyring’s stress–strain relation. The equations of momentum and energy have been solved by using Lightill method. The velocity and temperature distributions of the two phase of the dusty fluid are obtained. The effects of various physical parameters of distributions the problem on these distributions are discussed and illustrated graphically through a set of figure.
KeywordsHeat Transfer Reynolds Number Pulsatile Flow Amplitude Increase Eckert Number
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