Dr. Dharmendra Tripathi
Dr. Dharmendra Tripathi
Associate Professor, Mathematics, National Institute of Technology Uttarakhand
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A study on peristaltic flow of nanofluids: Application in drug delivery systems
D Tripathi, OA Bég
International Journal of Heat and Mass Transfer 70, 61-70, 2014
Peristaltic flow of viscoelastic fluid with fractional Maxwell model through a channel
D Tripathi, SK Pandey, S Das
Applied Mathematics and Computation 215 (10), 3645-3654, 2010
3D free convective MHD flow of nanofluid over permeable linear stretching sheet with thermal radiation
MK Nayak, NS Akbar, VS Pandey, ZH Khan, D Tripathi
Powder Technology 315, 205-215, 2017
Mathematica simulation of peristaltic pumping with double-diffusive convection in nanofluids: a bio-nano-engineering model
OA Bég, D Tripathi
Proceedings of the Institution of Mechanical Engineers, Part N: Journal of …, 2011
Electroosmosis-modulated peristaltic transport in microfluidic channels
A Bandopadhyay, D Tripathi, S Chakraborty
Physics of Fluids 28 (5), 2016
A mathematical model for the peristaltic flow of chyme movement in small intestine
D Tripathi
Mathematical Biosciences 233 (2), 90-97, 2011
Peristaltic transport of fractional Maxwell fluids in uniform tubes: Applications in endoscopy
D Tripathi
Computers & Mathematics with Applications 62 (3), 1116-1126, 2011
3D Bioconvective multiple slip flow of chemically reactive Casson nanofluid with gyrotactic micro‐organisms
MK Nayak, J Prakash, D Tripathi, VS Pandey, S Shaw, OD Makinde
Heat Transfer—Asian Research 49 (1), 135-153, 2020
Electro-magneto-hydrodynamic peristaltic pumping of couple stress biofluids through a complex wavy micro-channel
D Tripathi, R Jhorar, OA Bég, A Kadir
Journal of Molecular Liquids 236, 358-367, 2017
Thermal, microrotation, electromagnetic field and nanoparticle shape effects on Cu-CuO/blood flow in microvascular vessels
D Tripathi, J Prakash, AK Tiwari, R Ellahi
Microvascular Research 132, 104065, 2020
A numerical study of magnetohydrodynamic transport of nanofluids over a vertical stretching sheet with exponential temperature-dependent viscosity and buoyancy effects
NS Akbar, D Tripathi, ZH Khan, OA Bég
Chemical Physics Letters 661, 20-30, 2016
Electrothermal transport of nanofluids via peristaltic pumping in a finite micro-channel: Effects of Joule heating and Helmholtz-Smoluchowski velocity
D Tripathi, A Sharma, OA Bég
International Journal of Heat and Mass Transfer 111, 138-149, 2017
MHD dissipative flow and heat transfer of Casson fluids due to metachronal wave propulsion of beating cilia with thermal and velocity slip effects under an oblique magnetic field
NS Akbar, D Tripathi, OA Bég, ZH Khan
Acta Astronautica 128, 1-12, 2016
Study of transient peristaltic heat flow through a finite porous channel
D Tripathi
Mathematical and Computer Modelling 57 (5-6), 1270-1283, 2013
Electroosmotic flow of Williamson ionic nanoliquids in a tapered microfluidic channel in presence of thermal radiation and peristalsis
J Prakash, D Tripathi
Journal of Molecular Liquids 256, 352-371, 2018
Peristaltic pumping of magnetic nanofluids with thermal radiation and temperature-dependent viscosity effects: modelling a solar magneto-biomimetic nanopump
J Prakash, EP Siva, D Tripathi, S Kuharat, OA Bég
Renewable Energy 133, 1308-1326, 2019
Peristaltic pumping of nanofluids through a tapered channel in a porous environment: applications in blood flow
J Prakash, D Tripathi, AK Tiwari, SM Sait, R Ellahi
Symmetry 11 (7), 868, 2019
Thermal radiation effects on electroosmosis modulated peristaltic transport of ionic nanoliquids in biomicrofluidics channel
J Prakash, A Sharma, D Tripathi
Journal of Molecular Liquids 249, 843-855, 2018
Peristaltic transport of a viscoelastic fluid in a channel
D Tripathi
Acta Astronautica 68 (7-8), 1379-1385, 2011
MHD 3D free convective flow of nanofluid over an exponentially stretching sheet with chemical reaction
MK Nayak, NS Akbar, D Tripathi, ZH Khan, VS Pandey
Advanced Powder Technology 28 (9), 2159-2166, 2017
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