New Insight into Gyrotactic Microorganisms in Anti-Infection Agents Through Wavy Deformable Catheter/Endoscope with Non-Linear Thermal Radiation: Numerical Study

Authors

  • Shaimaa Fathey Ramadan Department of Mathematics, Faculty of Science (Girls), Al-Azhar University, Nasr-City, Cairo, Egypt
  • Kh. S. Mekheimer Department of Mathematics, Faculty of Science (Boys), Al-Azhar University, Nasr-City,11884, Cairo, Egypt

Keywords:

peristaltic flow, Jeffrey fluid, nanoparticles, microorganisms, endoscope, thermal radiation

Abstract

The reason for this work is to assess the impact of the peristaltic flow of Jeffery nanofluid containing motile gyrotactic microorganisms. This problem can be considered a numerical depiction of the fluid move through an endoscope or catheter tube. Where the catheter is covered with a blend of anti-infection agents and nanoparticles to oppose the formation of vital membranes. The effects of non-linear thermal radiation, viscous dissipation, and magnetic field are taken into consideration. Both inward and the external cylinders have sinusoidal waves traveling along their walls since there is a coupling between the occlusion of the external cylinder and the radius ratio. For long wavelength and low Reynolds number, a numerical study by using the Rung-Kutta-Merson method with Newton iteration in a shooting and matching technique is performed. The effect of physical implanted parameters is represented through a lot of charts for velocity, temperature, nanoparticle concentration, the density of motile microorganisms, shear stress, pressure rise, and pressure gradient.

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Published

2021-01-06

How to Cite

Ramadan, S. F. ., & Mekheimer, K. S. . (2021). New Insight into Gyrotactic Microorganisms in Anti-Infection Agents Through Wavy Deformable Catheter/Endoscope with Non-Linear Thermal Radiation: Numerical Study. Journal of Advanced Research in Fluid Mechanics and Thermal Sciences, 75(3), 25–42. Retrieved from https://www.akademiabaru.com/submit/index.php/arfmts/article/view/3096

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