Eleven peer-reviewed papers focus on the properties of nanofluid technology including: heat transfer/thermal transport, composition, applications, preparation, and characterization. Nanofluids have extensive applications as coolants in the electronic, nuclear, and heat treatment industry. They also enhance the lubricating properties of oils and reduce emissions in automobiles.
Optimum CNT concentration and bath temperature for maximum heat transfer rate during quenching in CNT nanofluids
Copper oxide nanofluid with water in electronic cooling
Nanofluid boiling, flow visualization, critical heat flux enhancement and transient characteristics
Surfactant coated Ce-Zr nanoparticles/nanofuel and reduction of emission in a diesel engine using nanofuel
Addition of aluminum nanoparticles on cooling performance and quench severity of water during immersion quenching
And much more
Comparison of the Performance of Copper Oxide Nanofluid with Water in Electronic Cooling
Das K., Namburu P., Vajjha S.
Preparation and Characterization of Surfactant Coated Ce-Zr Nanoparticles and Nanofuel
Kanagaraj S., Sharma R.
Thermal Conductivity and Rheological Behaviour of Al-alloy Dispersed Ethylene Glycol Based Nanofluids
Das P., Manna I., Paul G., Philip J., Raj B.
Nucleate Pool Boiling Heat Transfer Correlation for TiO2-Water Nanofluids
Dalkilic A., Suriyawong A., Wongwises S.
Paper ID: STP1567-EB