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We have analyzed MHDboundary layer flow, heat and mass transfer analysis of nanofluid over an inclined vertical plate saturated by porous medium with thermal radiation, and heat generation/absorption. Suitable similarity variables are introduced to convert non-linear partial differential equations into ordinary differential equations and these equations together with associated boundary conditions are solved numerically by using versatile, extensively validated, variational Finite element method. The impact of various pertinent parameters on hydrodynamic, thermal and concentration boundary layers are examined in detail and the results are shown graphically. Furthermore, the impact of these parameters on local skin friction coefficient, rate of heat transfer andrate of mass transferis also investigated. The results are compared with the works published previously and found to be excellent agreement.
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