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  • adjective Of or pertaining to nanofluidics
  • noun A fluid confined in a nanoscale structure


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nano- +‎ fluid


  • "For example, if you are using water to cool electronic equipment and you add these nanoparticles and create a nanofluid, it improves the water's capability to conduct heat by 30 to 40 percent."

    TG Daily

  • Scientists at Sweden's Institute of Technology have developed a nanofluid solution that could eventually be used to cool massive data centers and server farms.

    TG Daily

  • Nanofluids in BHT are only more recently studied, e.g., the proposed nanofluid is alumina NPs in nuclear reactors.

    Science Blog

  • In fission for example, there are plenty of research areas, such as annular fuel or nanofluid coolant, which have similar game-changing potential.

    The Tech - MIT's Student Newspaper

  • Finally, the uncertainty quantification team will establish a framework to calculate the level of uncertainty of various engineering systems including bone fractures, nanofluid heat transfer systems, structural elements and nanoparticle transport systems.

    ACM TechNews

  • "[So], I think within 3 to 7 years we [can] expect to see a breakthrough and a mainstream application of this nanofluid technology.

    TG Daily


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