Mixed convection from a horizontal cylinder imbedded in saturated electrically conducting fluid is investigated using nonsimilarity boundary
layer transformation. Variable wall temperature is assumed at the cylinder surface as the thermal boundary condition. The problem is
solved numerically using the finite difference technique and double-checked using a local nonsimilarity solution. The effects of the
magnetic field on the velocity and temperature profiles, wall shear stress, and Nusselt number are presented. The non Darican flow model
is adopted The effects of the inertial and boundary parameters on the solution in the presence of a magnetic field are also presented. The
problem is solved covering the entire regime of mixed convection.