Effect of Particle Size on Thermal Conductivity of Nanofluid

@inproceedings{CHOPKAR2008EffectOP,
  title={Effect of Particle Size on Thermal Conductivity of Nanofluid},
  author={M. CHOPKAR and S Sudarshan and Prasanth Kumar Das and I. Manna and Nanofluids},
  year={2008}
}
  • M. CHOPKAR, S Sudarshan, +2 authors Nanofluids
  • Published 2008
Nanofluids, containing nanometric metallic or oxide particles, exhibit extraordinarily high thermal conductivity. It is reported that the identity (composition), amount (volume percent), size, and shape of nanoparticles largely determine the extent of this enhancement. In the present study, we have experimentally investigated the impact of Al2Cu and Ag2Al nanoparticle size and volume fraction on the effective thermal conductivity of water and ethylene glycol based nanofluid prepared by a two… CONTINUE READING
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