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Abstract Nanofluids are new kinds of fluids engineered by dispersing nanoparticles in base fluids. This paper presents an experimental investigation of rheological properties of copper oxide… (More)
This paper presents new correlations for the convective heat transfer and the friction factor developed from the experiments of nanoparticles comprised of aluminum oxide, copper oxide and silicon… (More)
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… (More)
Nanofluids comprised of silicon dioxide (SiO2) nanoparticles suspended in a 60:40 (% by weight) ethylene glycol and water (EG/water) mixture were investigated for their heat transfer and fluid… (More)
An inner-variable integral theory was derived for solving incompressible two-dimensional turbulent boundary layers. This new derivation incorporated major improvements to the earlier inner-variable… (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… (More)