The major concern of current pagination is to report the doubly stratified medium subject to both magnetized and non-magnetized flow fields. For this purpose both the Newtonian and non-Newtonian liquids are considered in a double stratified medium having magnetic field interaction. To be more specific, a generally accepted rheological liquid around a cylindrical surface having constant radius embedded in magnetized doubly stratified media is taken into account. Additionally, flow field is manifested with various pertinent physical effects. The flow problem statement is defended through generalized formulation via fundamental laws. A computational scheme is executed and stream lines topologies are constructed for the both magnetized and non-magnetized stratified medium to explore the interesting features. It is observed that the Casson fluid velocity towards cylindrical surface is higher in magnitude as compared to flat surface. Such observation is same for the both the magnetized and non-magnetized flow fields. Our general formulation yields some existing attempts in the literature. The variations in local skin friction coefficient (LSFC), local Nusselt number (LNN) and local Sherwood number (LSN) are provided with the aid of tabular forms. It is trusted that the obtain observations via stream lines topologies will serve a clear insight to the said flow problem.
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