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2015-08-05
2016-09-26

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This paper examines effects of inclined magnetic field and heat transfer in the flow of a third-grade fluid by an exponentially stretching surface. Formulation and analysis are given with heat source and sink. Thermal conductivity is taken temperature dependent. The governing boundary layer equations and boundary conditions are simplified through appropriate transformations. Resulting equations are solved for the approximate solutions. Convergence of governed problems is explicitly discussed. Influences of various dimensionless parameters such as on the flow and thermal fields are discussed. Local skin friction coefficient and the local Nusselt number are analyzed through tabulated values.

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