Concurrent Development of Thermal Energy with Magnetic Field on a Particle-Fluid Suspension Through a Porous Conduit

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The impact of heat transfer on the magnetohydrodynamic peristaltically induced motion in a channel through porous medium has been investigated. The continuity, momentum, and energy equations have been utilized to represent the flow in a closed form. These non-linear governing equations are solved analytically by employing the perturbation method. The obtained expressions for streamlines, temperature, and heat transfer coefficient are presented through graphs for two dimensions with a small wave number. The variations of physical variables with the pertinent parameters have been presented and discussed. It has been found that the inclusion of fluid suspension brought about a decrease in the temperature distribution. The effect of magnetic field on the temperature of fluid has also been seen to depend upon the position and time.