Influence of a Rotating Frame on the Peristaltic Flow of a Rabinowitsch Fluid Model in an Inclined Channel
The article deals with the simultaneous existence of inclination and rotation on the peristaltic activity of the Rabinowitsch fluid model on a symmetric inclined channel. The heat transfer analysis and heat source/sink are taken into consideration. The governing equations are addressed using the low -Reynolds and infinite wave approximations. The system of ordinary differential equations is obtained from nonlinear partial differential equations and solved numerically. The axial velocity, secondary velocity, temperature field, and stream function were calculated and analyzed. The influences of the physical parameters are discussed graphically, and the study revealed that the rotation enhances the axial velocity, secondary velocity, and temperature field.