Thermal Conductivity of Suspension of Aggregating Nanometric Rods
AbstractEnhancing thermal conductivity of simple fluids is of major interest in numerous applicative systems. One possibility of enhancing thermal properties consists of dispersing small conductive particles inside. However, in general, aggregation effects occur and then one must address systems composed of dispersed clusters composed of particles as well as the ones related to percolated networks. This papers analyzes the conductivity enhancement of different microstructures scaling from clusters dispersed into a simple matrix to the ones related to percolated networks exhibiting a fractal morphology. View Full-Text
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Ammar, A.; Chinesta, F.; Heyd, R. Thermal Conductivity of Suspension of Aggregating Nanometric Rods. Entropy 2017, 19, 19.
Ammar A, Chinesta F, Heyd R. Thermal Conductivity of Suspension of Aggregating Nanometric Rods. Entropy. 2017; 19(1):19.Chicago/Turabian Style
Ammar, Amine; Chinesta, Francisco; Heyd, Rodolphe. 2017. "Thermal Conductivity of Suspension of Aggregating Nanometric Rods." Entropy 19, no. 1: 19.
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