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By Alina Adriana Minea

Warmth move enhancement has visible quick improvement and frequent use in either traditional and rising technologies. Improvement of warmth move fluids calls for a stability among experimental and numerical paintings in nanofluids and new refrigerants. spotting the uncertainties in improvement of recent warmth move fluids, Advances in New warmth move Fluids: From Numerical to Experimental Techniques includes either theoretical and functional assurance

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2012) developed a mathematical model based on the first law and second law of thermodynamics of water–alumina nanofluids in circular microchannels during steady-state operation. Their investigation provides interesting insights into the phenomena that take place in the comparison between the models with and without viscous dissipation effect on the assessments of entropy generation and overall exergetic effectiveness of convection heat transfer of nanofluids in microchannels. Shalchi-Tabrizi and Seyf (2012) considered a tangential micro heat sink (TMHS) and studied the thermal and hydrodynamic performance.

Mohammadian et al. (2014) talked in their article about performance augmentation and optimization of aluminum oxide–water nanofluid flow in a two-fluid microchannel heat exchanger and demonstrated that the capability of heat transfer of Al2O3–water nanofluids is higher when they are under heating conditions because the effectiveness of the counterflow microchannel heat exchanger is higher when nanoparticles are used in cold channels. An exergy analysis of laminar forced convection of nanofluids through a helical coiled tube with uniform wall heat flux was performed by Ahadi and Abbassi (2013).

Li, XF, DS Zhu, XJ Wang et al. 2008. Thermal conductivity enhancement dependent pH and chemical surfactant for Cu–H2O nanofluids. Thermochimica Acta 469(1):98–103. Mahbubul, IM, R Saidur, and MA Amalina. 2012. Latest developments on the viscosity of nanofluids. International Journal of Heat and Mass Transfer 55(4):874–885. Mahian, O, A Kianifar, and S Wongwises. 2013. Dispersion of ZnO nanoparticles in a mixture of ethylene glycol–water, exploration of temperature-dependent density, and sensitivity analysis.

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