Review on Synthesis, Thermo-Physical Property, and Heat Transfer Mechanism of Nanofluids
AbstractNanofluids are suspended nano-sized particles in a base fluid. With increasing demand for more high efficiency thermal systems, nanofluids seem to be a promising option for researchers. As a result, numerous investigations have been undertaken to understand the behaviors of nanofluids. Since their discovery, the thermo-physical properties of nanofluids have been under intense research. Inadequate understanding of the mechanisms involved in the heat transfer of nanofluids has been the major obstacle for the development of sophisticated nanofluids with the desired properties. In this comprehensive review paper, investigations on synthesis, thermo-physical properties, and heat transfer mechanisms of nanofluids have been reviewed and presented. Results show that the thermal conductivity of nanofluids increases with the increase of the operating temperature. This can potentially be used for the efficiency enhancement of thermal systems under higher operating temperatures. In addition, this paper also provides details concerning dependency of the thermo-physical properties as well as synthesis and the heat transfer mechanism of the nanofluids. View Full-Text
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Patil, M.S.; Seo, J.-H.; Kang, S.-J.; Lee, M.-Y. Review on Synthesis, Thermo-Physical Property, and Heat Transfer Mechanism of Nanofluids. Energies 2016, 9, 840.
Patil MS, Seo J-H, Kang S-J, Lee M-Y. Review on Synthesis, Thermo-Physical Property, and Heat Transfer Mechanism of Nanofluids. Energies. 2016; 9(10):840.Chicago/Turabian Style
Patil, Mahesh S.; Seo, Jae-Hyeong; Kang, Suk-Ju; Lee, Moo-Yeon. 2016. "Review on Synthesis, Thermo-Physical Property, and Heat Transfer Mechanism of Nanofluids." Energies 9, no. 10: 840.
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