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Nanotechnology

The technology that controls products at the atomic or molecular state. Nanotechnology has uses in information technology, heavy industry and energy.
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2] NANOFLUID GIVES THE LARGEST VALUE OF NUSSELT NUMBER AND VELOCITY DISTRIBUTION AND THEN [AL.
To the best of author's knowledge, there is no investigation made yet about the effect of thermal radiation and magnetic field on the peristaltic flow of a Jeffrey nanofluid in the tapered asymmetric channel.
Mohyud-Din, "Heat transfer effects on carbon nanotubes suspended nanofluid flow in a channel with non-parallel walls under the effect of velocity slip boundary condition: a numerical study," Neural Computing and Applications, pp.
3] described that the thermal conductivity and viscosity of nanofluids increased with the nanoparticle volume concentration.
Furthermore, the increasing trend of Nusselt number (as observed by most of the authors) was attributed to the use of the ratio of the nanofluid to the base-fluid thermal conductivity ([k.
Recent research has shown that substances called nanofluids have the potential to help keep electronics cool.
Measurements of Specific Heat and Density of Al[sub 2]O[sub 3] Nanofluid.
TEHRAN (FNA)- Iranian chemical engineers from Ferdowsi University of Mashhad studied the performance of automobile radiators and realized that when nanofluids are used in the radiators, significant increase is observed in the amount of heat transfer in those systems.
3]/water nanofluid in the laminar flow range of Reynolds number in the range of 700 and 2050 has been conducted by Heris et al.
Enterprise Europe Network practice director Shak Gohir at CPI said: "A more efficient nanofluid coolant will unlock new development possibilities for more compact, lightweight, energy-efficient and environmentally-friendly processes and products.
67] investigated experimentally the behavior heat transfer enhancement of an AhO/water nanofluid flowing inside a closed system that is used for cooling of micro-electronic components.
Based on the heat energy equation, the heat transfer through the regenerator bed of nanofluid can be written as: