In this paper, the dispersion of a solute in the peristaltic propulsion of an incompressible and viscous fluid through a permeable medium under the influence of wall properties with simultaneous homogeneous, heterogeneous chemical reactions in an inclined uniform channel has been studied. The issue is studied through conditions of Taylor’s limit and long wavelength hypothesis. The mean effective coefficient of scattering expression is computed and outcomes are interpreted physically through graphs.
An attempt has been made to examine the effects of magnetohydrodynamic couple stress fluid in peristaltic flow with porous medium under the impact of slip, heat transfer and wall properties. The expressions are obtained for temperature, coefficient of heat transfer and velocity. Influences of different parameters, the Hartmann number, Brinkman number and adaptability parameters on the temperature and warmth trade coefficient are discussed through outlines.