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An initial value problem is solved for the motion of an incompressible viscous conducting fluid with embedded small inert spherical particles bounded by an infinite rigid nonconducting plate. Both the plate and the fluid are in a state of solid-body rotation with constant angular velocity about an axis normal to the plate. The unsteady flow is generated in the fluidparticle system due to velocity tooth pulses subjected on the plate in presence of a transverse magnetic field. It is assumed thatdoi:10.1590/s1807-03022008000100001 fatcat:xuxrdtzeo5b2rjkh4ttbz4pahu