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Orazio Muscato and Vincenza Di Stefano

. 12. P. Ellinghaus, J. Weinbub, M. Nedjalkov, and S. Selberherr, Analysis of lense-governed Wigner signed particle quantum dynamics, Physica Status Solidi RRL, vol. 11, no. 7, p. 1700102, 2017. 13. M. Nedjalkov, P. Ellinghaus, J. Weinbub, T. Sadi, A. Asenov, I. Dimov, and S. Selberherr, Stochastic analysis of surface roughness models in quantum wires, Computer Physics Communications, vol. 228, pp. 30-37, 2018. 14. M. Nedjalkov, H. Kosina, S. Selberherr, C. Ringhofer, and D. K. Ferry, Unified particle approach to Wigner

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Orazio Muscato and Tina Castiglione

nanowires, IEEE Trans. Nanotech. , vol. 6, no. 1, pp. 113–117, 2007. 5. E. Ramayya, D. Vasileska, S. Goodnick, and I. Knezevic, Electron transport in silicon nanowires: The role of acoustic phonon confinement and surface roughness scattering, J. Appl. Phys. , vol. 104, p. 063711, 2008. 6. E. Ramayya and I. Knezevic, Self-consistent Poisson-Schrödinger-Monte Carlo solver: electron mobility in silicon nanowires, J. Comput. Electr. , vol. 9, pp. 206–210, 2010. 7. O. Muscato, W. Wagner, and V. Di Stefano, Numerical study of the systematic error in Monte

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Kuppalapalle Vajravelu, Ronald Li, Mangalagama Dewasurendra, Joseph Benarroch, Nicholas Ossi, Ying Zhang, Michael Sammarco and K.V. Prasad

1 Introduction As we know, a moving flat plate in a fluid medium infuses a boundary layer. This kind of flow appears in several technological industries, such as extrusion process, wire and fiber coating, polymer processing, food-stuff processing, design of heat exchangers, and chemical processing equipment. The pioneering work of Sakiadis [ 1 , 2 ] on the laminar boundary layer over a rigid surface moving in its own plane is quite different from the flow past a stationary surface (known as the classical Blasius [ 3 ] flow). Tsou et al. [ 4 ] examined the