Fallopian tube assessment of the peristaltic-ciliary flow of a linearly viscous fluid in a finite narrow tube

H. Ashraf, Abdul M. Siddiqui, M. A. Rana

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Abstract

The present theoretical assessment deals with the peristaltic-ciliary transport of a developing embryo within a fallopian tubal fluid in the human fallopian tube. A mathematical model of peristalsis-cilia induced flow of a linearly viscous fluid within a fallopian tubal fluid in a finite two-dimensional narrow tube is developed. The lubrication approximation theory is used to solve the resulting partial differential equation. The expressions for axial and radial velocities, pressure gradient, stream function, volume flow rate, and time mean volume flow rate are derived. Numerical integration is performed for the appropriate residue time over the wavelength and the pressure difference over the wavelength. Moreover, the plots of axial velocity, the appropriate residue time over wavelength, the vector, the pressure difference over wavelength, and the streamlines are displayed and discussed for emerging parameters and constants. Salient features of the pumping characteristics and the trapping phenomenon are discussed in detail. Furthermore, a comparison between the peristaltic flow and the peristaltic-ciliary flow is made as the special case. Relevance of the current results to the transport of a developing embryo within a fallopian tubal fluid from ampulla to the intramural in the fallopian tube is also explored. It reveals the fact that cilia along with peristalsis helps to complete the required mitotic divisions while transporting the developing embryo within a fallopian tubal fluid in the human fallopian tube.

Original languageEnglish (US)
Pages (from-to)437-454
Number of pages18
JournalApplied Mathematics and Mechanics (English Edition)
Volume39
Issue number3
DOIs
StatePublished - Mar 1 2018

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Peristaltic Flow
Viscous Fluid
Tube
Peristalsis
Embryo
Linearly
Wavelength
Fluid
Fluids
Flow Rate
Lubrication Approximation
Lubrication Theory
Radial velocity
Flow rate
Flow Time
Approximation Theory
Stream Function
Approximation theory
Pressure Gradient
Streamlines

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  • Mechanics of Materials
  • Mechanical Engineering
  • Applied Mathematics

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