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Advanced Materials-Based Fluids for Thermal Systems

Book2024

Edited by:

Hafiz Muhammad Ali

Advanced Materials-Based Fluids for Thermal Systems

Book2024

 

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Edited by:

Hafiz Muhammad Ali

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Advanced Materials-Based Fluids for Thermal Systems focuses on new advanced materials called nanofluids that can be used to maximize heat transfer rates by adding nanoparticles (na ... read full description

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    Chapter One - Introduction to advanced fluids

    Saeed Esfandeh

    Pages 1-12

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    Chapter Two - Impact of nanoparticle aggregation and melting heat transfer phenomena on magnetically triggered nanofluid flow: Artificial intelligence–based Levenberg–Marquardt approach

    R.J. Punith Gowda, Ioannis E. Sarris, ... B.C. Prasannakumara

    Pages 13-34

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    Chapter Three - Applications of nanofluids in refrigeration and air-conditioning

    Jahar Sarkar

    Pages 35-60

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    Chapter Four - Heat transfer enhancement with ferrofluids

    Zouhaier Mehrez

    Pages 61-100

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    Chapter Five - Nanofluids–Magnetic field interaction for heat transfer enhancement

    Brahim Fersadou, Walid Nessab and Henda Kahalerras

    Pages 101-133

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    Chapter Six - Impact of Ohmic heating and nonlinear radiation on Darcy–Forchheimer magnetohydrodynamics flow of water-based nanotubes of carbon due to nonuniform heat source

    Khilap Singh, Padam Singh and Manoj Kumar

    Pages 135-168

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    Chapter Seven - Thermos-physical properties and heat transfer characteristic of copper oxide–based ethylene glycol/water as a coolant for car radiator

    Alhassan Salami Tijani and Muhammad Yus Azreen Bin Mohd Yusoff

    Pages 169-186

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    Chapter Eight - Discussion on the stability of nanofluids for optimal thermal applications

    Taoufik Brahim and Abdelmajid Jemni

    Pages 187-208

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    Chapter Nine - Entropy optimization of magnetic nanofluid flow over a wedge under the influence of magnetophoresis

    Kalidas Das and Md Tausif Sk

    Pages 209-231

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    Chapter Ten - Nonaxisymmetric homann stagnation-point flow of nanofluid toward a flat surface in the presence of nanoparticle diameter and solid–liquid interfacial layer

    Kalidas Das, Shib Sankar Giri and Nilangshu Acharya

    Pages 233-254

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    Chapter Eleven - On the hydrothermal performance of radiative Ag–MgO–water hybrid nanofluid over a slippery revolving disk in the presence of highly oscillating magnetic field

    Nilankush Acharya and Kalidas Das

    Pages 255-288

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    Chapter Twelve - Application of nanofluids and future directions

    Saeed Esfandeh

    Pages 289-309

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    Chapter Thirteen - Investigating magnetohydrodynamic natural convection in nanofluid-saturated enclosures through asymptotic expansions

    Κyriaki-Evangelia Aslani, Lefteris Benos and Ioannis E. Sarris

    Pages 311-338

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    Pages 339-343

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Description

Advanced Materials-Based Fluids for Thermal Systems focuses on new advanced materials called nanofluids that can be used to maximize heat transfer rates by adding nanoparticles (nanocomposites) into conventional heat transfer fluids. This comprehensive resource covers fundamentals, brief history, definitions, literature review, an introduction to thermophysical properties, and heat transfer characteristics with mathematical models, techniques, performance-affecting factors, applications, and challenges of hybrid nanofluids. The book includes thermal characteristics, measurement, design, and applications of nanoparticles, as well as up-to-date advances in thermal engineering. Sections cover basics then advance to major topics with mathematical models, schematic diagrams, and summaries of experimental work of different researchers. The book also summarizes previous research and contemporary advances on nanofluids worldwide and introduces new techniques, resolving existing problems, and includes tactics on the implementation in practical applications.

Advanced Materials-Based Fluids for Thermal Systems focuses on new advanced materials called nanofluids that can be used to maximize heat transfer rates by adding nanoparticles (nanocomposites) into conventional heat transfer fluids. This comprehensive resource covers fundamentals, brief history, definitions, literature review, an introduction to thermophysical properties, and heat transfer characteristics with mathematical models, techniques, performance-affecting factors, applications, and challenges of hybrid nanofluids. The book includes thermal characteristics, measurement, design, and applications of nanoparticles, as well as up-to-date advances in thermal engineering. Sections cover basics then advance to major topics with mathematical models, schematic diagrams, and summaries of experimental work of different researchers. The book also summarizes previous research and contemporary advances on nanofluids worldwide and introduces new techniques, resolving existing problems, and includes tactics on the implementation in practical applications.

Key Features

  • Summarizes heat transfer characteristics of nanofluids
  • Addresses factors that affect the properties of heat transfer
  • Includes applications and challenges of commercialization
  • Summarizes heat transfer characteristics of nanofluids
  • Addresses factors that affect the properties of heat transfer
  • Includes applications and challenges of commercialization

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ISBN

978-0-443-21576-6

Language

English

Published

2024

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Copyright © 2024 Elsevier Inc. All rights reserved including those for text and data mining AI training and similar technologies.

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Elsevier

Editors

Hafiz Muhammad Ali

Mechanical Engineering Department, King Fahd University of Petroleum and Minerals, Dhahran, Saudi Arabia

Interdisciplinary Research Center for Sustainable Energy, Systems (IRC-SES), King Fahd University of Petroleum and Minerals, Dhahran, Saudi Arabia