Mathematical Modeling of Treatment Effect on Tumor Growth and Blood Flow through a Channel with Magnetic Field
Journal of Advances in Mathematics and Computer Science,
In this research, we investigated the effect of tumor growth on blood flow through a micro channel by formulated the governing model with the assumption that blood is an incompressible, eclectrially conducting fluid which flow is caused by the pumping action of the heart and suction. The governing model was scaled using some dimensionless variables and the region of the tumor was obtained from Dominguez  which was incorporated in our model. The model is further reduced to an ordinary differential equation using a perturbation condition. However, the ordinary differential equation was solved using method of undermined coefficients, and the constants coefficients obtained via matrix method. Furthermore, the simulation to study the effect of the pertinent parameters was done suing computation software called Mathematica. It is seen in our investigation that the entering parameters such as magnetic field parameter, the Reynolds number, womersley number, oscillatory frequency parameter, and permeability parameter affect the blood velocity profile in decreasing and increasing fashion.
- magnetic field
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