%0 Journal Article
%T Mathematical Modelling of MHD Blood Flow with Gold Nanoparticles in Slip Small Arteries
%J Journal of Applied and Computational Mechanics
%I Shahid Chamran University of Ahvaz
%Z 2383-4536
%A Wan Azmi, Wan Faezah
%A Mohamad, Ahmad Qushairi
%A Jiann, Lim Yeou
%A Shafie, Sharidan
%D 2024
%\ 01/01/2024
%V 10
%N 1
%P 125-139
%! Mathematical Modelling of MHD Blood Flow with Gold Nanoparticles in Slip Small Arteries
%K Casson Nanofluid
%K slip cylinder
%K Laplace transform
%K finite Hankel transform
%K MHD blood flow
%R 10.22055/jacm.2023.44057.4160
%X Nanofluid is an innovative technology that is essential in biomedical applications. A nanofluid study of human blood flow mathematically is more favorable since it provides a hypothesis for complex systems faster and is cost-saving. Academic researchers have expressed interest in investigating the characteristics of Casson nanofluid flow within a cylindrical structure, which serves as a representative model for the flow of blood in constricted human arteries. However, slip velocity boundary conditions were considered by only a certain number of researchers. The goal of this study is to develop mathematical modelling of Casson fluid flow with gold nanoparticles in the slip cylinder. The impacts of convective heat transfer, magnetohydrodynamics (MHD), and porous medium are also investigated. The Tiwari-Das nanofluid model is utilized in the governing equations. Then, the governing equations with the related boundary conditions are transformed into dimensionless form. The analytical solutions were obtained through the use of the Laplace transform and the finite Hankel transform in combination. The results of nanofluid velocity, temperature, skin friction, and Nusselt number are analyzed through the use of graphs and tables containing relevant parameters. Slip velocity causes an increment in blood velocity and a decrement in skin friction. Blood velocity and temperature are enhanced as the nanoparticles' volume fraction is increased. It is significant in cancer treatment to increase the heat transfer rate at targeted cancerous cells.
%U https://jacm.scu.ac.ir/article_18495_8d538ef1e7dc645dbeb0a38297c564a8.pdf