Effect of an inclined magnetic field on peristaltic flow of Bingham plastic fluid in an inclined symmetric channel with slip conditions
This paper studies the influence of an inclined magnetic field on peristaltic transport of incompressible Bingham plastic fluid in an inclined symmetric channel with heat transfer and mass transfer. Slip conditions for heat transfer and concentration are employed. The formulation of the problem is presented through, the regular perturbation technique for small Bingham number Bn is used to find the final expression of stream
function, the flow rate, heat distribution and concentration distribution. The numerical solution of pressure rise per wave length is obtained through numerical integration because its analytical solution is impossible. Also the trapping phenomenon is analyzed. The effect of the physical parameters of the problem are discussed and illustrated graphically.