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Presently, the scientists across the world are carrying out the theoretical as well as the experimental examinations for describing the importance of nanofluid in the heat transfer phenomena. Such fluids can be obtained by suspending nanoparticles in base fluid. Experimentally, it has proved that the thermal characteristics of nanofluid are much better and appealing as compared to traditional fluid. The current work investigates the heat transfer for flow of blood that comprises of micropolar gold nanoparticles. A microorganism creation also affects the concentration of nanoparticles inside the channel. Suitable transformation has used to change the mathematical model to dimensionless form and then have solved by employing the homotopy analysis method. In this investigation it has revealed that, fluid's motion decays with growth in Reynolds, Darcy numbers and volumetric fraction. Thermal characteristics support by augmentation in volumetric fraction, while oppose by Prandtl number. Density of microorganism weakens by growth in Peclet and bioconvection Lewis numbers.
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THERMAL SCIENCE YEAR 2023, VOLUME 27, ISSUE Special issue 1, PAGES [151 - 161]
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