A numerical study is performed to investigate the effect of Hall and Ion-slip current on unsteady MHD viscous electrically conducting fluid over an electrically non-conducting inclined plate, which is along the plate under the strong inclined magnetic field. The magnetic Reynolds number of flows is taken very small so that the induced magnetic field equation is ignored in our analysis. The governing equations are derived from the Navier-Stokes equation, Energy equation and Concentration equation and boundary layer approximation has been employed. The obtained non-linear, non-dimensional coupled governing equations are solved by using numerical methods of explicit finite difference for velocity, temperature and concentration. The flows are affected by the inclined angle. The effect of necessary important relevant parameters on the velocity, temperature and concentration distributions has been discussed in detail and also the shear stress, Nusselt number and Sherwood number are explained and compare it with its natural behavior, as well as graphically.

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A numerical study is performed to investigate the effect of Hall and Ion-slip current on unsteady MHD viscous electrically conducting fluid over an electrically non-conducting inclined plate, which is along the plate under the strong inclined magnetic field. The magnetic Reynolds number of flows is taken very small so that the induced magnetic field equation is ignored in our analysis. The governing equations are derived from the Navier-Stokes equation, Energy equation and Concentration equation and boundary layer approximation has been employed. The obtained non-linear, non-dimensional coupled governing equations are solved by using numerical methods of explicit finite difference for velocity, temperature and concentration. The flows are affected by the inclined angle. The effect of necessary important relevant parameters on the velocity, temperature and concentration distributions has been discussed in detail and also the shear stress, Nusselt number and Sherwood number are explained and compare it with its natural behavior, as well as graphically.

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