We examine the effect of the Caputo-Fabrizio derivative of fractional-order model on the flow of blood in a porous tube having thermochemical properties under the magnetic and vibration mode. Blood is considered as the biviscosity non-Newtonian fluid having thermal radiation and chemical reaction properties to observe its impact on energy flux and mass flux gradients. We provided analytical solution via the Laplace, finite Hankel transform, and the corresponding inverse techniques. The study shows that blood velocity and temperature both decrease in ascending values of the fractional-order parameter as memory effect. The permeability of blood flow medium resists to drive the fluid fast. The chemical reaction causes an increase in wall shear stress. Dufour effect influences to rise in the Nusselt number. Thus the study may help to explore further information about the fractional-order model, adsorption of nutrients and their strong correlation with the surface chemistry and applied them in pathology.
All Science Journal Classification (ASJC) codes
- Surfaces and Interfaces
- Physical and Theoretical Chemistry
- Colloid and Surface Chemistry