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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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Enhancement of Heat Transfer Coefficient using Fe₂O₃-Water Nanofluids

A detailed development of a local heat transfer probe specifically designed for analyzing nanofluids. In this paper iron oxide is used as a test subject to determine the accuracy of the probe. Different concentrations were measured ranging between 0 and 0.09% by volume. Thermal conductivity is also ...

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Measurement of Thermal Conductivity of Kerosene – Graphene Nanofluid

Kerosene graphene nanoplatelets (GNP) nanofluids have a potential use in regenerative cooling of semi-cryogenic rocket thrust chamber. Before they can be used, more must be known about this substance's physical qualities. This study focuses on finding the effective thermal conductivity of this type of nanofluid, ...

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An explanation of the Al2O3 nanofluid thermal conductivity based on the phonon theory of liquid

This article examined how a variety of mechanisms (layering, Brownian motion, clustering, ballistic phonon motion, thermal boundary resistance, and mass difference scattering) affect the thermal conductivity of alumina based nanofluid. The thermal conductivity values were found using the transient plane source (TPS) method. It was ...

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Transport properties and heat transfer coefficients of ZnO/(ethylene glycol + water) nanofluids

Nanofluids are used to improve the thermal conductivity of heat transfer fluids. This study examined the effects on thermal conductivity of zinc oxide (ZnO)/ethylene glycol + water nanofluids as increasing concentrations of ZnO nanopartilces were added to the solution. A Thermal Constants Analyzer (TPS) measured ...

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