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Steady and unsteady flow of a second grade MHD fluid in a porous medium with Hall current effects is studied. Assuming an known vorticity proportional to the stream function up to an additive uniform stream, exact solutions for velocity field are obtained corresponding to different choices of pertinent flow parameters. Graphical results are presented to depict the influence of pertinent flow parameters on the considered MHD flow.


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