The Pulsatile Flow of Eyring-powell Nanofluid with Hall Effect through a Porous Medium

M. Jannath Begam and M. Deivanayaki

The present study investigates the pulsatile flow of Eyring-Powell nanofluid between two infinite long parallel plates embedded in a porous medium with hall current. We consider the base fluid as blood, which is non-Newtonian, and gold as nanoparticle. Governing equations are evolved and converted into ordinary differential equations using similarity transformations. We have adopted the series solution method to arrive at solutions. The impact of various parameters is displayed through graphs, and discussed in detail.

Volume 11 | 04-Special Issue

Pages: 1400-1406