The oscillatory blood flow by viscosity shearing dependent model
Kesar Singh, CV Gupta, RB Singh
Analysis of non-Newtonian flows in tubes is very important when studying the blood flow in different types of arteries. Usually the blood viscosity is defined by shearing-dependent models, which represents the viscosity as a non-linear function of the shear-rate. Present investigation was considered by oscillatory 2D model of the blood flow in a straight tube is discussed theoretically and numerically. The solution of the quasilinear parabolic equation for the velocity is constructed using appropriate analytical functions. Further the coresponding numerical solution is approximated by similar analytical functions.