ELOS 2022

Manjunatha Gudekote

Manjunatha Gudekote, Speaker at Optics conferences
Manipal Institute of Technology, India
Title : Effects of variable liquid properties and wall properties on peristaltic transport of Eyring Powell fluid through a non uniform channel


The present investigation emphasizes a new attempt for peristaltic mechanism of Eyring Powell fluid through a non-uniform channel. The analysis is performed in the presence of wall properties under the influence of variable liquid properties, the flow problem is mathematically developed. The channel walls are subjected to slip conditions with low Reynolds-number and long-wavelength approximations are employed to simplify the nonlinear governing equations. The nonlinear governing equations are normalized using relevant no dimensional parameters and the solutions are obtained with the help of regular perturbation technique. The influence of pertinent physical parameters of interest (velocity, temperature, concentration and stream lines) are represented graphically. The investigations revels that, the material parameters and elastic parameters of the Eyring Powell fluid model strongly affect the velocity and temperature profiles. From the model it has been noticed that the opposite behavior is seen in the material parameters A and B in velocity and temperature profiles.

Audience  Take Away:

  • Audience will learn the current research applications in science and engineering.
  • The presentation will help the audience to the application of variable properties and wall properties in medical and industries.
  •  Use of these results will help in medical field like construction of heart lung machines and maintaining the pumping characteristics.


G. Manjunatha received his BSc Degree in Mathematics from the Gulbarga University,Gulbarga, India, in 1994. He then received his MSc and PhD degrees from Gulbarga and Kuvempu University, India, in 1996 and 2009, respectively. He is currently working as an Associate Professor Senior Scale at the Manipal Institute of Technology, Manipal Academy of Higher Education Manipal., he has published more than 60 research articles in reputed national and international journals and guided more than 10 PG and Ph. D students. He serves as a referee for several reputed international journals. His research interests include Mathematical Modelling, Biomechanics, fluid mechanics, Mathematical modelling and Numerical Analysis