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Magneto-Compound Reaction of Convective Flow via a Porous Inclined Plate with Heat Energy Absorption
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KeyWord:Convection Flow, MHD, porous medium, chemical reaction, inclined plate, radiation
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D. Chenna Kesavaiah Department of BS and H, Vignan Institute of Technology and Science, Deshmukhi-508284, T.S., India 
B. Venkateswarlu School of Mechanical Engineering, Yeungnam University, Gyeongasn-38541, Republic of Korea 
N. Nagendra Department of Mathematics, Sree Sai Institute of Technology and Science, Rayachoty-516270, A.P., India 
O.D. Makinde Faculty of Military Science, Stellenbosch University, Stellenbosch 7602, South Africa 
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      The current study is concerned with the unsteady heat and mass transfer of MHD free convection flow via a porous inclined plate that accelerates exponentially with temperature and concentration. Heat emission, source/sink, radiation absorption, and reaction are taken into account in the energy and species equations. The innovative part of the work is the analysis of the flow phenomenon with a heat source or sink and radiation absorption along the chemical reaction. The governing PDEs are reduced into ODEs via the non-dimensional variables and afterward solved analytically utilizing the perturbation strategy. Graphical representations of liquid temperature, speed, and concentration as well as the Sherwood \& Nusselt quantities and the skin friction factor are displayed in tabular form for different combinations of appropriate stream quantities. The analysis of a resistance quantum grows with the size of the magnetic, whereas the rates of mass and heat transfer decline with increasing radiation, reaction, and Schmidt number. Thermal-velocity and concentration-velocity profiles interact reciprocally with the accelerating radiation, heat source, and compound reaction. The growth of speed and thermal profiles is clearly visible due to the absorption and Prandtl values. The present results are in strongly consistent with the earlier published results. There are numerous applications for this research in many sectors and material processing for understanding drag in seepage flows on heated/cooled and inclined surfaces.