Devdatta P Kulkarni

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A nanofluid is the dispersion of metallic solid particles of nanometer size in a base fluid such as water or ethylene glycol. The presence of these nanoparticles affects the physical properties of a nanofluid via various factors including shear stress, particle loading, and temperature. In this paper the rheological behavior of copper oxide (CuO)(More)
This paper reports on experimental investigation of the rheological behavior of copper oxide nanoparticles dispersed in a 60:40 propylene glycol and water mixture. Nanofluids of a particle volume concentration from 0 to 6% have been tested in this study. The experiments were conducted over a temperature range of -35 degrees C to 50 degrees C to establish(More)
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