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Carbon Nano Tubes Analysis for Blood Flow in Stenosed Tapered Arteries

ABSTRACT:

Blood flow model is recycled to check the influence of magnetic field and carbon nanotubes in stenosed arteries. The carbon nanotubes for the blood flow with water as base fluid is not explored therefore way. The illustration for the blood flow is thru an axially nonsymmetrical but radially symmetric stenosis. Symmetry of the distribution of the wall shearing stress and resistive impedance and their growth with the developing stenosis is another important feature of our analysis. Exact solutions are evaluated for velocity, resistance impedance, wall shear stress and shearing stress at the stenosis throat. The graphical results of different kind of tapered arteries (i.e., converging tapering, diverging tapering, nontapered artery) have been examined for different parameters of interest for single wall carbon nanotubes and multiwall carbon nanotubes.


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