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Hall effects on MHD flow past an accelerated plate

  • V. M. Soundalgekar (a1), S. Ravi (a1) and S. B. Hiremath (a1)

Abstract

An exact solution of the MHD flow of an incompressible, electrically conducting, viscous fluid past a uniformly accelerated infinite plate has been presented. The velocity profiles are shown graphically and the numerical values of axial and transverse components of skin friction are tabulated. At high values of the Hall parameter, wt, the velocity is found to be oscillatory near the plate.

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Hall effects on MHD flow past an accelerated plate

  • V. M. Soundalgekar (a1), S. Ravi (a1) and S. B. Hiremath (a1)

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