Nonlinear dynamics of blood passing through an overlapped stenotic artery with copper nanoparticles

Hanumesh Vaidya, Isaac Lare Animasaun, Kerehalli Vinayaka Prasad, Choudhari Rajashekhar, Javalkar U. Viharika, Qasem M. Al-Mdallal

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Abstract

The dynamics of blood carrying microscopic copper particles through overlapping stenotic arteries is an important research area needed for scrutinizing and exploring dynamics through blood vessels. Adipose tissue deposition and other elements of atherosclerosis generate the uncommon artery disease known as arterial stenosis. It limits blood flow and raises the risk of heart disease. Using the Casson model, it is feasible to shed light on the peristaltic blood flow of copper nanoparticles over an overlapping stenotic artery. Nothing is known about the study of heat sink/source, buoyancy and Lorent force, and volume fraction because the focus is on the dynamics of blood carrying minute copper particles through an overlapping stenotic artery. When the Lorentz force is significant, the transport mentioned above was evaluated utilizing stenosis approximations to examine the stream function, wall shear stress, Nusselt number, and flow resistance distribution. In addition, temperature solutions were identified analytically, whereas a perturbation approach acquired velocity solutions. Temperature distribution and velocity are greater in stenosed arteries than in unstenosed arteries. Furthermore, extreme velocity and temperature rise as it reaches the core of the artery and falls as one approaches the wall. When the heat source parameter values increase due to an improvement in the fluid's thermal state, the temperature distribution increases.

Original languageEnglish
JournalJournal of Non-Equilibrium Thermodynamics
DOIs
Publication statusAccepted/In press - 2022

All Science Journal Classification (ASJC) codes

  • Chemistry(all)
  • Physics and Astronomy(all)

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