We scrutinize a steady incompressible natural-convection flow between vertical walls. The modelling equations are solved analytically. Basing on plotted graphs, we discuss the impacts of the chemical reaction, Hall current, and radiation on the fluid velocity, induced magnetic field, current density, temperature field, and concentration. Both the radiation parameter and heat source parameter enhance the velocity components. The chemical reaction parameter has the same impact.
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Panigrahi, L., Kumar, D. & Panda, J.P. Impact of Chemical Reaction, Hall Current, and Radiation on MHD Flow Between Vertical Walls. J. Engin. Thermophys. 30, 122–144 (2021). https://doi.org/10.1134/S1810232821010100