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Modeling of Blood Flow Through Artery With Magnetic Effects

Sanjeev Kumar Sharma1 , Jyoti Singh Raghav2 , Anil Kumar3

Section:Research Paper, Product Type: Journal Paper
Volume-6 , Issue-7 , Page no. 28-36, Jul-2018


Online published on Jul 31, 2018

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IEEE Style Citation: Sanjeev Kumar Sharma, Jyoti Singh Raghav, Anil Kumar, “Modeling of Blood Flow Through Artery With Magnetic Effects”, International Journal of Computer Sciences and Engineering, Vol.6, Issue.7, pp.28-36, 2018.

MLA Style Citation: Sanjeev Kumar Sharma, Jyoti Singh Raghav, Anil Kumar "Modeling of Blood Flow Through Artery With Magnetic Effects." International Journal of Computer Sciences and Engineering 6.7 (2018): 28-36.

APA Style Citation: Sanjeev Kumar Sharma, Jyoti Singh Raghav, Anil Kumar, (2018). Modeling of Blood Flow Through Artery With Magnetic Effects. International Journal of Computer Sciences and Engineering, 6(7), 28-36.

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The most important aspiration of present study is to make a mathematical and simulation modeling for magnetic effect of blood within undersized artery. Power law fluid characterizes the non-Newtonian quality of blood. The dynamical functioning of the blood flow is affected by the occurrence of the magnetic effects. The problem is worked out with analytical procedures with facilitate of boundary conditions and consequences are put on show graphically for different flow uniqueness like pressure drop, blood velocity, shear stress, etc. For the justification of mathematical model, the computation outcomes are compared with consequences from published text. In this article blood flow uniqueness are calculated for a precise set of values of the diverse factors concerned in the model examination and presented graphically. Few obtained outcome indicate that the flow characteristics in converging region, diverging region, and nontapered region are efficiently influenced by the occurrence of magnetic electrically field and justify inclination of artery and magnetic area respectively.

Key-Words / Index Term

Non-Newtonian flow, Artery, Magnetic field, Shear stress, Velocity.


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