Manjunatha Gudekote

Manjunatha Gudekote
Manipal Academy of Higher Education | MAHE · Department of Mathematics

M,Sc, M.Phil, Ph.D

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A theoretical model is developed to stimulate electro-kinetic transfer through per-istaltic movement in a micro-channel. The effect of variable viscosity and wall properties are considered. The long wavelength and small Reynolds number approximations are supposed to simplify the governing formulas. Debye-Huckel lin-earization is also utilized. The...
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The exploration addresses the effect of variable viscosity and thermal conductivity on the peristaltic mechanism of Bingham fluid. A two-dimensional non-uniform porous channel is considered for the fluid flow, which is assumed to be inclined. The impact of heat, slip conditions, wall properties, homogeneous and heterogeneous reactions are examined....
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The current work emphasizes the modelling of the electroosmosis-modulated peristaltic flow of Jeffery liquid. Such flows emerge in understanding the movement of biological fluids in a microchannel, such as in targeted drug delivery and blood flow through micro arteries. The non-Newtonian fluid flows inside a non-uniform cross-section and an incline...
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Homogenous and heterogeneous reactions play an essential role in combustion, polymer production, ceramic production, distillation, catalysis, and biochemical procedures. Haemoglobin molecules are magnetic from a biochemical perspective. The existence of magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) and electrical gadgets with an electromagnetic field allows exp...
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The paper examined a theoretical investigation of the stimulus of mass and heat transfer on the channel's peristaltic utilization of the MHD Bingham liquid. The research study is motivated to explore blood circulation in the little vessels by taking the slip, variable thermal conductivity, and thickness of the wall features into account. The leadin...
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The current paper aims to model the flow of blood in narrow arteries by taking non-Newtonian Ree-Eyring fluid. The impact of wall properties, slip, mass, and heat transport are considered. In earlier studies, the viscosity of blood was considered a constant parameter. However, many researchers have claimed that the blood’s viscosity in the peripher...
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Variable properties play a prominent role in analyzing the blood flow in narrow arteries. Specifically, considering the variation of thermal conductivity and viscosity helps in the understanding of the rheological behavior of blood and other biological fluids, such as urine, spermatozoa, and eye drops. Inspired by these applications, the current st...
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The current work pertains to the peristaltic motion of a Casson fluid through a non-uniform channel with exposure to a radial magnetic field. The wall properties of the channel are taken into consideration. Moreover, the fluid is considered to possess variable viscosity which shows exponential variation across the width of the channel. The investig...
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The present study investigates the effects of heat transfer on a Casson fluid flow through a porous axisymmetric tube in the presence of slip effects. The long wavelength and small Reynolds number approximation is used to obtain the closed form solutions. The numerical integration is employed to obtain pressure rise and frictional force. A parametr...
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Due to the instructive role of the peristaltic phenomenon in the human body, interests have been developed in recent years towards peristaltic transport with various thermo-physical features. The current investigation reveals the effects of the magnetic field and variable transport properties on the peristaltic transport of a Casson fluid slip flow...
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The current work intends to investigate the magneto-hydrodynamic peristaltic flow of a non-Newtonian fluid through a tapered asymmetric channel. The transport of fluid with variable transport properties (viscosity and thermal conductivity) takes place through a porous medium. The problem is formulated under the basic assumptions of long wavelength...
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The present paper examines the impact of heat and mass transfer on the peristaltic flow of Rabinowitsch fluid flowing through a non-uniform channel. The effects of slip and variable fluid properties are taken into an account. The impacts of wall rigidity, wall stiffness, and viscous damping force parameter are considered. The equations governing th...
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The current investigation attempts to address the peristalsis exhibited by a Jeffrey fluid through channels with curvature and compliant walls. The flow of fluid is exposed to an external magnetic field. Moreover, variation of the viscosity of the fluid with the spatial coordinate is considered. Long wavelength and small values of Reynolds number a...
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The present article examines Soret and Dufour effects on the three-dimensional mixed convective flow of an Oldroyd-B nanoliquid. The flow is caused due to bidirectional stretching of the surface in the presence of an induced magnetic field and heat generation/absorption. Besides, concentration and thermal buoyancy impacts are inspected. The velocit...
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Oblique stagnation point flow of a Casson nanofluid over a heated stretching surface is examined under the influence of variable fluid properties. The impact of variable fluid properties on the flow field is examined by taking a convective boundary condition into account. Momentum, energy and concentration equations are transformed into the non-lin...
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The present article examines Soret and Dufour effects on the three-dimensional mixed convective flow of an Oldroyd-B nanoliquid. The flow is caused due to bidirectional stretching of the surface in the presence of an induced magnetic field and heat generation/absorption. Besides, concentration and thermal buoyancy impacts are inspected. The velocit...
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The peristaltic pumping of non‐Newtonian material configured by a tube is quite interesting phenomenon to examine the behavior of physiological fluids. The present paper investigates the role of variable viscosity and thermal conductivity on the peristaltic mechanism of Bingham fluid in an elastic tube with porous and convective boundary conditions...
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The current paper aims to explain the peristaltic mechanism of a Bingham fluid with varying viscosity. The fluid is considered to flow within a porous medium and subjected to a magnetic field with significant inclination. Heat transfer characteristics are studied with convective conditions and variable thermal conductivity. The solution is obtained...
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The current work intends to look into the effects of variable liquid properties on the magnetohydrodynamics of peristaltic flow exhibited by Jeffrey fluid through a compliant-walled channel. In order to make realistic approximations for the flow characteristics of blood, the channel is considered to be inclined and porous. Furthermore, convective b...
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This article analyses the effects of heat transfer and thermal conductivity on the peristaltic transport of Jeffery fluid through an inclined elastic tube with porous walls. The velocity slip and convective boundary conditions are taken into account. The modeled governing equations are solved analytically by considering the long wavelength and smal...
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The MHD peristaltic motion of Bingham fluid through a uniform channel is examined under the influence of long wavelength and small Reynolds number. The impact of variable thermal conductivity, convective heat transfer, porous boundaries, and wall properties are considered. The semi-analytical technique is utilized to solve the governing nonlinear t...
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In this article, an analysis has been carried out to study the effects of variable viscosity and variable thermal conductivity on the heat transfer characteristics of a Casson nanofluid over a slender Riga plate with zero mass flux and melting heat transfer boundary conditions. The nonlinear governing equations with the suitable boundary conditions...
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The present paper aims at investigating the effects of variable transport properties and slip conditions on the MHD peristaltic mechanism of a Jeffrey liquid. The flow is considered to take place in an axisymmetric channel with compliant walls. The nonlinear momentum and energy equations are solved for small values of variable viscosity and thermal...
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The present article addresses the peristaltic flow of a Jeffery fluid over an inclined axisymmetric porous tube with varying viscosity and thermal conductivity. Velocity slip and convective boundary conditions are considered. Resulting governing equations are solved using long wavelength and small Reynolds number approximations. The closed-form sol...
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In the present investigation, the effects of variable liquid properties along with wall properties are incorporated in the peristaltic mechanism of a Rabinowitsch fluid. The two-dimensional non-uniform channel is considered to be porous. The heat transfer characteristics are examined with convective conditions, whereas the mass transfer is consider...
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Purpose The purpose of this paper is to emphasize the peristaltic mechanism of power-law fluid in an elastic porous tube under the influence of slip and convective conditions. The effects of different waveforms on the peristaltic mechanism are taken into account. Design/methodology/approach The governing equations are rendered dimensionless using...
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The present examination emphasizes the effects of heat and mass transfer on the peristaltic flow of Jeffery fluid through a non-uniform channel with variable viscosity and thermal conductivity. The porous walls are considered to make more realistic approximations to the flow characteristics of biological fluids. Further, the convective boundary con...
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The present paper investigates the role of heat transfer on peristaltic transport of Jeffery liquid in a porous tube. The effect of variable viscosity and slip impacts are taken into account. The closed-form solutions are obtained with the help of long wavelength and small Reynolds number. The results of physiological parameters on velocity, pressu...
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The present mathematical model examines the thermal effects of the complaint and porous walls on the peristaltic mechanism of Rabinowitsch fluid in an inclined channel. The influence of convective heat transfer on temperature variation is analyzed. The closed-form solutions are obtained for velocity, temperature, the coefficient of heat transfer an...
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The peristaltic mechanism of a Rabinowitsch liquid in an inclined porous channel is reported in the presence of variable liquid properties. The convective conditions at the boundary walls are considered. The governing nonlinear equations are rendered dimensionless and solved with the help of the perturbation technique. The analytical solutions for...
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The present paper emphasizes the peristaltic mechanism of Rabinowitsch liquid in a complaint porous channel under the influence of variable liquid properties and convective heat transfer. The effect of inclination on the complaint channel walls has been taken into account. The viscosity of the liquid varies across the thickness of the complaint cha...
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The present study investigates the combined effects of varying viscosity and heat transfer on a Casson fluid through an inclined porous axisymmetric tube in the presence of slip effects. The modeled governing equations are solved analytically by considering the long wavelength and small Reynolds number approximations. The numerical integration is e...
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The present model examines the peristaltic mechanism of Casson fluid in a convectively heated porous channel. The variation in viscosity and thermal conductivity of the fluid are taken into account. The non-dimensional governing equations are solved by using the long wavelength and small Reynolds number approximations. The perturbation technique is...
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The present paper investigates the impact of velocity slip and thermal slip on the peristaltic transport of a Herschel-Bulkley fluid, flowing through a uniform two-dimensional porous tube under the assumptions of long wavelength and low Reynolds number. The mathematical representations of temperature and velocity fields, pressure gradient, and stre...
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The present study investigates the effects of slip and heat transfer on peristaltic mechanism of Bingham fluid in an inclined tube. The sinusoidal, multi-sinusoidal, triangular, square and trapezoidal wave forms are considered. The analysis has been carried out under the assumptions of long wavelength and small Reynold's number approximations. The...
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The effects of slip and wall properties on the peristaltic mechanism of Rabinowitsch fluid flowing through a non-uniform inclined tube is investigated under the assumptions of long wavelength and small Reynold’s number. The governing equations of motion, momentum, and energy are rendered dimensionless by using suitable similarity transformations. T...
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The present paper examines the peristaltic mechanism of a Jeffrey fluid through an elastic tube. The influence of velocity slip, convective boundary conditions, and variable liquid properties are taken into account. Closed form solutions are obtained for velocity, flux and temperature fields. In order to linearize the temperature equation, perturba...
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The present paper emphasizes on the study of variable liquid properties on the peristaltic transport of Bingham liquid. Peristaltic flow in a convectively heated porous tube is addressed. Variable viscosity and thermal conductivity are retained. The long wavelength and small Reynolds number approximation is used to obtain the closed form solutions...
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In this article, the effects of Brownian motion and thermophoresis on the flow, heat, and mass transfer from a rotating parallel plate is investigated. The Buongiorno mathematical model is considered and variable liquid properties are taken into account. MHD nanofluid terms are fused in the governing equations. Keller Box method is employed to solv...
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The present paper emphasizes the impacts of the compliant wall and variable liquid properties on the peristaltic stream of a Rabinowitsch liquid in an inclined channel. The viscosity of the liquid differs over the thickness of the channel, and temperature-dependent thermal conductivity is considered. The perturbation strategy is utilized to solve t...
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This paper investigates the effects of variation in viscosity and thermal conductivity on the peristaltic mechanism of Rabinowitsch fluid through a non-uniform tube. The convective surface conditions and wall properties are taken into account. The governing equations of motion, momentum, and energy are rendered dimensionless and are solved using lo...
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A mathematical model for the impact of slip velocity on peristaltic transport of blood flow has been investigated by utilizing the Herschel-Bulkley model in a flexible tube. The closed-form solutions are obtained for velocity, plug flow velocity, and volume flux. It is noticed that the impact of yield stress, amplitude ratio, Darcy number, velocity...
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The primary objective of this paper is to examine the impact of variable viscosity and thermal conductivity on peristaltic transport of Casson liquid in a convectively heated inclined porous tube. The viscosity differs over the radial axis, and temperature dependent thermal conductivity is taken into account. The perturbation technique is utilized...
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Purpose – This paper is concerned with the peristaltic transport of an incompressible non-Newtonian fluid in a porous elastic tube. The impacts of slip and heat transfer on the Herschel-Bulkley fluid are considered. The impacts of relevant parameters on flow rate and temperature are examined graphically. The examination incorporates Newtonian, Powe...
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The purpose of the study is to investigate the role of hematocrit, slip and TPMA (Total Protein Minus Albumin) on the flow of blood in an axisymmetric inclined porous tube. The Walburn-Schneck equation is used to model the flow of blood and the resulting governing equations are solved by considering the long wavelength and small Reynolds number app...
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The present paper investigates the peristaltic transport of a Herschel-Bulkley fluid in an axisymmetric tube. The governing equations are solved using the long wavelength and small Reynolds number approximation. The closed-form solutions are obtained and analyzed for the effects of the fluid behavior index, amplitude ratio and yield stress on press...
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The purpose of the study is to investigate the role of hematocrit, slip and TPMA (Total Protein Minus Albumin) on the flow of blood in an axisymmetric inclined porous tube. The Walburn-Schneck equation is used to model the flow of blood and the resulting governing equations are solved by considering the long wavelength and small Reynolds number app...
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The present study investigates the combined effects of slip and inclination on peristaltic transport of Casson fluid in an elastic tube with porous walls. The modeled governing equations are solved analytically by considering the long wavelength and small Reynolds number approximations. A parametric analysis has been presented to study the effects...
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In this paper, two layered blood flow model consisting of erythrocytes in the core region and plasma fluid in the peripheral region is studied. Based on ferrohydrodynamics (FHD) approach, the external magnetic field affects the parameters of blood flow in the core region. The flow parameters of blood have been calculated analytically, and obtained...
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A mathematical model for the flow of human blood through an artery bifurcation is studied using finite element analysis (FEA). The FEA has been applied for a two-dimensional steady flow of an in-viscous fluid through different geometries. The flow through a two-dimensional model of a carotid artery bifurcation has been simulated. The velocity profi...
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The mathematical model is studied to analyze the plaques of atherosclerosis in the common carotid and internal carotid arteries (CCA & ICA) of the vascular bifurcations. ‘Y’ model is employed in the analysis. The dilation of the offspring (the carotid sinus or bulb) is analyzed for plaques. For a pulsatile flow, a representative normal carotid arte...
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The mathematical model is studied to analyze the plaques of atherosclerosis in the common carotid and internal carotid arteries (CCA & ICA) of the vascular bifurcations. ‘Y’ model with flow ratio 70%: 30% between internal carotid artery (ICA) and external carotid artery (ECA) from the neck of the common carotid artery (CCA) is employed in the analy...
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Peristaltic transport of three layered viscous incompressible fluid (Herschel-Bulkley) in reference to axi-symmetric case (sinusoidal wave) with low Reynolds number at moderate amplitude ratio. Flow is considered as three-layered model consisting of three layers (incompressible fluids) of different viscosities 1 2 3 μ ,μ and μ occupying core, inter...
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Mathematical model on the industrial pollution and spread of infection diseases using population growth model for epidemic has been studied. Epidemics have ever been a great concern of human kind and we are still moved by the dramatic descriptions that arrive to us from the past, as in Lu-cretius's sixth book of "De RerumNatura" or as in other more...
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Bio-heat distribution in reference to spherical tumour has been studied. Three layers: Epidermis, dermis and sub dermal are considered to characterize thermal effects. The spherical tumour with rise of temperature in its location makes the vasodilatation active. This abnormality is observed due to the increase of blood flow in the surrounding arter...
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Mathematical model is presented using the administration of palatable composition of quantitative diet and insulin to study hyperglycemia and hypoglycemia. Blood sugar andinsulin levels are calculated under the palatable composition of protein (P), fat (F) and carbohydrate(C). Men and Women aged 25 years and above and juvenile aged ½ year andupto 2...
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Bio-heat transfer distributions in spherical regions through the skin and superficial tissues have been presented. Epidermis, dermis and sub dermal are the three layers considered to characterize the thermal effects. The spherical tumor with rise of temperature 0.275 o in its location makes the vasodilatation active and predominates the specific ci...

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Botany, Phycology & Mycology, Forestry & Rangeland Management, Environmental Sciences, Zoology & Entomology, Cytology, Genetics, Microbiology, Virology, Aquatics & Oceanography, Geology & Geography, GIS & RS, Climatology & Meteorology, Bioinformatics "Please don't add any member to the project without prior coordination"
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1. To study the effect of peristaltic transport of non-Newtonian blood flow 2. To investigate the physiological behaviors of non-Newtonian blood flow 3. To calculate the pressure drop, friction force, reflux limit and trapping phenomenon