Due to the illuminating function of nanoliquids in several technological and medicinal domains, particularly in liquid transport processes known as peristalsis, inquisitive researchers have investigated the flow of peristaltic nanofluids. Consequently, the current study investigates the entropy production and magnetic influence on the peristaltic transport of heat and mass transport of Casson nanofluid in a non-uniform channel under convective circumstances. Utilizing the perturbation approach, fields of concentration, temperature, and velocity are derived from non-linear coupled partial differential equations (PDE). Entropy generation studies have been done. In addition, the influence of associated factors via specific physical terms, including the Sherwood number, the skin-friction coefficient, and the Nusselt number, for both Casson and Newtonian liquids, as well as the trapping phenomena, is visually examined.
All Science Journal Classification (ASJC) codes
- Drug Discovery
- Physical and Theoretical Chemistry
- Organic Chemistry
- Inorganic Chemistry