# Unsteady two-dimensional and axisymmetric mhd boundary-layer flows

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...7) with those of Sathyakrishna et al. (2001), where A1⁄4 0, λ1⁄4 0 and Ec1⁄4 0 2241 Non-uniform mass transfer...

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...Comparison of the skin friction coefficient for constant properties (Pr¼ 0.7) with those of Sathyakrishna et al. (2001), where A¼ 0, λ¼ 0 and Ec¼ 0 D ow nl oa de d by E K B D at a C en te r A t 1 2: 31 2 0 Se pt em be r 20 16 ( PT ) Figures 4 and 5 display the result of MHD parameter M on the skin…...

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...18 16 14 12 λ=50 λ=20 λ=10 λ=5 λ=2 λ=1 λ=0 Chen et al. (1977) present results 10 C f(R e) 1/ 2 8 6 4 2 0 0 10 20 30 40 50 φ, degrees 60 70 80 90 C f(R e) 1/ 2 4.5 4 3.5 3 2.5 2 1.5 1 0.5 0 0 0.5 Sathyakrishna et al. (2001) M=0.0 M=0.5 M=1.0 present results 1 1.5 2 x Figure 3....

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...Sathyakrishna et al. (2001) found that the effect of magnetic field on the skin friction is more pronounced as compared to its effect on the heat transfer....

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...We have found that the results obtained by taking Pr¼ 0.7, M¼ 0, Ec¼ 0 and A¼ 0 are have excellent agreement with Chen and Mucoglu (1977) and the results obtained by taking Pr¼ 0.7, λ¼ 0, Ec¼ 0 and A¼ 0 are have excellent agreement with Sathyakrishna et al. (2001) (see Figures 2 and 3)....

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...The system of partial differential equations (1) and (2) along with boundary conditions (3) and initial conditions (5) using either the relations (10) and (11) or (13) and (14) has been solved using an implicit finite difference scheme in combination with a quasi-linearization technique [ 14 ]....

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...The foregoing numerical method eliminates the difficulties encountered by many investigators [1]-[ 8 ] at the starting point of the streamwise co-ordinate (~ or x) and near the point of zero skin friction....

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