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The aim of this paper is to investigate the velocity and thermal slip effects in MHD flow and heat transfer of two-phase viscous fluid. It is assumed that both the phases have different densities, viscosities and electrical conductivities. The fully developed flow governed by a constant pressure gradient is passing through an inclined channel having inclination f with horizontal axis. The electrical conductivity in phase I is assumed to be zero so that the constant applied magnetic field of strength B0 in the transverse direction only effect the fluid in phase II. The method of successive approximation is used to develop the analytic solution of order 1 for the developed dimensionless coupled ordinary differential equations. The main focus is to discuss the influence of velocity and thermal slip parameters and Hartmann number on the velocity and temperature profiles.
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THERMAL SCIENCE YEAR 2016, VOLUME 20, ISSUE Issue 5, PAGES [1435 - 1446]
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