MHD Slip Flow Past an Extending Surface with Third Type Boundary Condition and Thermal Radiation Effects

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MHD slip flow past an extending surface with third type (convective) boundary condition and thermal radiation is analysed. The governing momentum and energy equations are converted into set of nonlinear ordinary differential equations using appropriate similarity transformations. The Fourth-Order Runge-Kutta shooting method is applied for obtaining the numerical solution of the resulting nonlinear ordinary differential equations. The numerical results for velocity and temperature distribution are found for different values of the vital parameters, namely: the magnetic interaction factor, slip factor, convective factor, Prandtl number and radiation factor and are presented graphically, and discussed.

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