Special Issue "Nanofluids and Nanofluidics"
Deadline for manuscript submissions: closed (28 February 2021) | Viewed by 27534
Interests: nanofluids; nanomaterials; microfluidics; nanofluidics; cooling and energy technologies; thermophysical properties and thermal transport
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Both nanofluids and nanofluidics are popular research fields that have attracted huge research interest in recent years. This is mainly due to their great potential applications in many important fields ranging from energy and electronics to biomedical. While nanofluids are suspensions of any kind of solid nanoparticles in any conventional or new heat transfer liquids, nanofluidics is the study and manipulation of fluids confined within nano-sized structures or devices. It is known that the current technological trend towards being smaller and faster raises a lot of technical challenges. For instance, small and high performance devices also generate very high power (heat) densities, and conventional cooling techniques are increasingly falling short of meeting these high and fast cooling needs. Here nanofluids and nanofluidics can play a major role in overcoming such challenges (e.g., cooling) of high-tech small devices and systems. In addition to the huge potential markets, there are also numerous other technological challenges facing many other fields (like drag-delivery in biomedical) where either nanomaterials, nanofluids or nanofluidics can be a game changer in the future.
Due to this importance and the potential applications, it is timely to cover some major research and application areas of these two popular fields in this Special Issue on “Nanofluids and Nanofluidics” in Nanomaterials which is a high-impact (IF:3.504) journal in nanoscience and nanotechnology.
Prof. Dr. S. M. Sohel Murshed
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- Energy and cooling applications of nanofluids
- Thermal transport of nanofluids
- Applications of nanofluidics, Lab-on- a-chip
- Fabrication of nanofluidic devices
- Nanofluidics for new nanomaterials