International Journal of Heat and Mass Transfer, ( ISI ), Volume (53), No (15), Year (2010-5) , Pages (3186-3192)

Title : ( Volume fraction and temperature variations of the effective thermal conductivity of nanodiamond fluids in deionized water )

Authors: Mahboubeh Yeganeh , Nasser Shahtahmassebi , Ahmad Kompany , Elaheh Kafshdare Goharshadi , Abbas Youssefi , L. Siller ,

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Thermal conductivity enhancements of nanodiamond particles (NDs) suspended in pure deionized (DI) with different volume fractions in the range from 0.8% to 3% have been measured. The highest observed enhancement in the thermal conductivity is 7.2% for a volume fraction of 3% at a temperature of 30 C. The thermal conductivity increases by about 9.8% as the temperature rises to 50 C. The new Murshed model (Murshed et al. (2009) [31]) was used to describe the heat transfer enhancement in the ND fluid.While the predicted results overestimate the experimental data, they are in agreement within the experimental errors.

Keywords

Nanodiamond; Thermal conductivity; Nanofluid; Suspensions;
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@article{paperid:1015841,
author = {Yeganeh, Mahboubeh and Shahtahmassebi, Nasser and Kompany, Ahmad and Kafshdare Goharshadi, Elaheh and Abbas Youssefi and L. Siller},
title = {Volume fraction and temperature variations of the effective thermal conductivity of nanodiamond fluids in deionized water},
journal = {International Journal of Heat and Mass Transfer},
year = {2010},
volume = {53},
number = {15},
month = {May},
issn = {0017-9310},
pages = {3186--3192},
numpages = {6},
keywords = {Nanodiamond; Thermal conductivity; Nanofluid; Suspensions; Nanoparticles},
}

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%0 Journal Article
%T Volume fraction and temperature variations of the effective thermal conductivity of nanodiamond fluids in deionized water
%A Yeganeh, Mahboubeh
%A Shahtahmassebi, Nasser
%A Kompany, Ahmad
%A Kafshdare Goharshadi, Elaheh
%A Abbas Youssefi
%A L. Siller
%J International Journal of Heat and Mass Transfer
%@ 0017-9310
%D 2010

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