This articles goal is to explain how heat transfer affects the peristaltic movement of the fractional Jeffrey fluid over a permeable media in a non-uniform channel. The consequences of fractional viscoelastic properties of the generalized Jeffrey fluid are explored together with the effects of heat transfer, geometric features of the non-uniform channel, and peristaltic flow. There is a visual comparison between the two. By means of the suppositions of a long wavelength, the analytical solutions of the velocity, pressure gradient, and pressure rise are inspected. According to the data, the permeability, Grashof number, wave amplitude, heat source, thermal radiation, and thermal slip all have a significant impact on the phenomenon. Additionally, a comparison of the results of an analytical solution with earlier literature demonstrates satisfactory agreement.
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S. Gafel, H.
"Peristaltic Transport of Fractional Jeffrey Fluid in a Nonuniform Channel: Role of heat transfer,"
Applied Mathematics & Information Sciences: Vol. 16:
5, Article 21.
Available at: https://digitalcommons.aaru.edu.jo/amis/vol16/iss5/21