2016
DOI: 10.3390/e18060203
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Abstract: Numerical and analytical investigation of the effects of thermal radiation and viscous heating on a convective flow of a non-Newtonian, incompressible fluid in an axisymmetric stretching sheet with constant temperature wall is performed. The power law model of the blood is used for the non-Newtonian model of the fluid and the Rosseland model for the thermal radiative heat transfer in an absorbing medium and viscous heating are considered as the heat sources. The non-dimensional governing equations are transfor… Show more

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“…Initially, Bejan [35] proposed the theory of entropy generation in heat transfer and fluid flow systems. Some relevant studies on the subject can be seen in the list of references: Pakdemirli and Yilbas [36], Aiboud and Saouli [37], Sheikholeslami et al [38], Galanis and Rashidi [39], Rashidi et al [40], Ellahi et al [41], Bhatti et al [42] and Jamalabadi et al [43] and Upreti et al [44].…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Initially, Bejan [35] proposed the theory of entropy generation in heat transfer and fluid flow systems. Some relevant studies on the subject can be seen in the list of references: Pakdemirli and Yilbas [36], Aiboud and Saouli [37], Sheikholeslami et al [38], Galanis and Rashidi [39], Rashidi et al [40], Ellahi et al [41], Bhatti et al [42] and Jamalabadi et al [43] and Upreti et al [44].…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…This interruption includes the movement of conductive physiological fluids. The transient condition could be aroused from periodic body acceleration [25] or stretching walls [26] that affect the shear‐thinning Non-Newtonian response [27–36]. Various fluid model [37–45] such as Carreau fluid model [37,38], Micropolar [39], power-law fluid [40], homogeneous Newtonian fluid [41–44], two-layered [45], Casson Fluid [46], Bingham plastic fluid [47], CNT nanofluid suspension [48,49], were used for the blood flow through artery in the presence of stenosis and strong static magnets [50] or spatially varying magnetic field [51–55].…”
Section: - Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%