Velocity slip effects on heat and mass fluxes of MHD viscous–Ohmic dissipative flow over a stretching sheet with thermal radiation

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In the present article, we discussed the velocity slip effects on the heat and mass fluxes of a viscous electrically conducting fluid flow over a stretching sheet in the presence of viscous dissipation, Ohmic dissipation and thermal radiation. A system of governing nonlinear PDEs is converted into a set of nonlinear ODEs by suitable similarity transformations. The numerical and analytical solutions are presented for the governing non-dimensional ODEs using shooting method and hypergeometric function respectively. The results are discussed for skin friction coefficient, concentration field, non-dimensional wall temperature and non-dimensional wall concentration. The non-dimensional wall concentration increases with slip and magnetic parameters and decreases with Schmidt number. Furthermore, comparisons are found to be good with bench mark solutions.

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Kayalvizhi, M., Kalaivanan, R., Ganesh, N. V., Ganga, B., & Hakeem, A. K. A. (2016). Velocity slip effects on heat and mass fluxes of MHD viscous–Ohmic dissipative flow over a stretching sheet with thermal radiation. Ain Shams Engineering Journal, 7(2), 791–797. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.asej.2015.05.010

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