volume 50, issue 5, P5106-5122 2021
DOI: 10.1002/htj.22117
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C. Rajashekhar, F. Mebarek‐Oudina, H. Vaidya, K. V. Prasad, G. Manjunatha, H. Balachandra

Abstract: Variable properties play a prominent role in analyzing the blood flow in narrow arteries. Specifically, considering the variation of thermal conductivity and viscosity helps in the understanding of the rheological behavior of blood and other biological fluids, such as urine, spermatozoa, and eye drops. Inspired by these applications, the current study incorporates the impact of variable thermal conductivity and viscosity for modeling the peristaltic flow of a Ree–Eyring liquid through a uniform compliant chann…

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