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1. Introduction to Hybrid Nanofluids
2. Preparation, Stability and Characterization of Hybrid Nanofluids
3. Thermophysical, electrical, magnetic and dielectric properties of Hybrid nanofluids
4. Hydrothermal properties of hybrid nanofluids
5. Radiative transport of Hybrid Nanofluids
6. Theoretical Analysis and correlations for predicting properties of Hybrid Nanofluids
7. Brief overview of the applications of Hybrid Nanofluids
8. Soft computing tools for hybrid nanofluids
9. Challenges for developing Hybrid Nanofluids
Nanoparticles suspended in traditional heat transfer fluid enhance thermal conductivity. The addition of these nanoparticles to the conventional heat transfer fluids enhances the heat transfer rate. In this work, the history of hybrid nanofluids, preparation techniques, thermoelectrical properties, rheological behaviors, optical properties, theoretical modeling and correlations, and the effect of all these factors on potential applications, such as solar energy, electronics cooling, heat exchangers, machining, and refrigeration, etc., will be discussed in detail. Future challenges and future work scope have also been included.
The information from this book enables readers to discover novel techniques, resolve existing research limitations, and create novel hybrid nanofluids, which can be implemented for heat transfer applications.
- Describes the characterization, thermophysical and electrical properties of nanofluids
- Assesses parameter selection and property measurement techniques for the calibration of thermal performance
- Provides information on theoretical models and correlations, for predicting hybrid nanofluids properties from experimental properties
Materials scientists and engineers
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- © Elsevier 2022
- 21st January 2022
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Zafar Said is an Assistant Professor in the Sustainable and Renewable Energy Engineering Department, at the University of Sharjah, United Arab Emirates. His work is in the field of renewable energy, energy and exergy analysis, solar energy (solar collectors, energy efficiency, efficiency improvement), heat transfer, nanofluids (thermophysical properties, optical properties, applications), under-hood thermal management (radtherm, hypermesh, radiator, exhaust system and vehicle simulation model), active thermography (pulse thermography, lock-in thermography, composite structures), and 3D printing.
Assistant Professor, Sustainable and Renewable Energy Engineering Department, University of Sharjah, United Arab Emirates
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