Peristaltic thrusting of a thermal-viscosity nanofluid through a resilient vertical pipe

Document Type


Publication Date



In the article, the effects of the thermal viscosity and magnetohydrodynamic on the peristalsis of nanofluid are analyzed. The dominant neutralization is deduced through long wavelength approximation. The analytical solution of velocity and temperature is extracted by using steady perturbation. The pressure gradient and friction forces are obtained. Numerical results are calculated and contrasted with the debated theoretical results. These results are calculated for various values of Hartmann number, variable viscosity parameter and amplitude ratio. It is observed that the pressure gradient is reduced with an increase in the thermal viscosity parameter and that the Hartmann number enhances the pressure difference.