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Thermal conductivity of nanofluids – Experimental and Theoretical

The use of the transient hot wire method has previously displayed that the thermal conductivity of fluids can be significantly increased by introducing nano-particles. The paper discusses the known methods for predicting the thermal conductivity and finding correlations amongst data. When preforming initial simulations employing ...

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Thermal Conductivity of Suspensions of Carbon Nanotubes in Water

An investigation on the enhancement of the thermal conductivity of water with the addition of multiwalled carbon nanotubes, (C-MWNT). C-MWNT occupied 0.6% of the volume in the test sample for every test repetition. Sodium dodecyl sulfate (SDS) was used as a dispersant. The measurement device was ...

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Effect of different hybrid method on properties of carbon nanotubes/dolomite hybrid filled phenolic composites

The article investigated the hybridization of multi wall carbon nanotubes (MWCNTs) with filler in polymer matrix composites (PMC) which is one of the techniques used to combine different properties of fillers to make more unique composites. The properties of two different hybrid filler composites (Chemical ...

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Thermal conductivity and rheology behavior of aqueous nanofluids containing alumina and carbon nanotubes

Many conventional fluids have low thermal conductivities. Adding thermally conductive nanometer-sized particles to these fluids transforms them into thermally conductive nanofluids. In this study, the thermal conductivity of aqueous alumina and multi-walled carbon nanotube (MWCNT) nanofluids was measured using the transient plane source (TPS) method ...

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Aqueous carbon nanotube nanofluids and their thermal performance in a helical heat exchanger

Many conventional fluids have low thermal conductivities. Adding thermally conductive nanometer-sized particles to these fluids transforms them into thermally conductive nanofluids that can be used for refrigeration and air conditioning systems. In this paper, the transient plane source (TPS) method is used to explore the ...

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