Fluid Flow Model with Mean Microtubule Pressure through Porous Media

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A. T. Ngiangia
P. O. Nwabuzor

Abstract

We discussed in this paper a fractional model arising in flow of three different incompatible fluids through a porous medium with mean microtubule pressure. The method adopted for obtaining the solution is the regular perturbation technique for the analytical solution and for the transformation of the boundary conditions. The results are in decent agreement with the findings of researched work reviewed in this paper.

Keywords:
Regular perturbation, microtubule pressure, fluid flow, porous medium

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Ngiangia, A. T., & Nwabuzor, P. O. (2020). Fluid Flow Model with Mean Microtubule Pressure through Porous Media. Asian Journal of Research and Reviews in Physics, 3(3), 38-44. https://doi.org/10.9734/ajr2p/2020/v3i330122
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