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Quenching Experiment on Vertical Surface using Carbon Nanotube (CNT) Nano-fluids

ABSTRACT Quenching experiment on vertical surface using Carbon Nanotube (CNT) nanofluids were conducted to see the effect of using CNT nanofluids on the quenching speed. Homogeneous and stable CNT nanofluids have been produced by suspending well dispersible CNT nano-particle into … Continue reading

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Characteristics of Pool Boiling Heat Transfer of Stabilized Colloidal Single walled Carbon Nano Tube (SW-CNT) and Multi walled Carbon Nano Tube (MW-CNT

ABSTRACT Heat transfer and Critical heat flux (CHF) in pool boiling of single-walled and multi-walled CNT nanofluids were investigated using horizontal surface. Homogeneous and stable nanofluids have been produced by suspending well dispersible single-walled carbon nanotubes (S-CNTs) and multi-walled carbon … Continue reading

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Reflooding Experiment on Vertical Surface using Al2O3 Nano-fluids

ABSTRACT Reflooding experiment on vertical surface using Al203 nanofluids were conducted to see the effect of using Al203 nanofluids on the quenching speed. Homogeneous and stable nanofluids have been produced by suspending well dispersible Al203 nano-particle into water base fluid. … Continue reading

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A study on Stabilized Colloidal Fullerene (C-60) Nanoparticles for Pool Boiling Heat Transfer Applications

ABSTRACT We report the first Critical Heat Flux (CHF) experiment in pool boiling conditions using Fullerene (C60) nanofluids. Fullerene (C-60) nanofluids (0.0001, 0.001, and 0.01 vol.%) were prepared for experiments. We observe that maximum CHF enhancement up to ~108% was … Continue reading

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An Overview Enhancement of Critical Heat Flux at Pool Boiling and Flow Boiling condition using nanofluids

ABSTRACT The most important thermal-hydraulic parameter in heat transfer system design and safety analysis is Critical Heat Flux (CHF). Many research have been conducted to investigate CHF enhancement technique such as by surface roughening, surface coating, by adding soluble addictive, … Continue reading

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“NUCLEAR POWER: LOOKING FOR THE FUTURE,THE 4TH KEY ISSUES OF NUCLEAR POWER TODAY”

“NUCLEAR POWER: LOOKING FOR THE FUTURE,THE 4TH KEY ISSUES OF NUCLEAR POWER TODAY” A. Introduction The most important constraints on economic growth and development are the availability of energy. Nuclear power is the best source of energy for support the … Continue reading

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An Experimental study of Fullerene (C60) Nano-fluids on Pool Boiling Conditions

An Experimental study of Fullerene (C60) Nano-fluids on Pool Boiling Conditions 1. Introduction Critical heat flux (CHF) is directly related to the performance of the system since CHF limits the heat transfer of a heat transfer system. Significant enhancement of … Continue reading

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