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  • n. Plural form of nanofluid.


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  • That said, you have seen the nanofluids and other weirdness over at New Scientist, yes?

    Gold-Plated Nanobombs

  • According to Muhammed, nanofluids could also help companies optimize their business, in addition to significantly reducing carbon emissions.

    TG Daily

  • However, classical heat transfer is not valid for nanofluids.

    Science Blog

  • QM argues that classical heat transfer theory cannot explain the paradox of an enhanced CHF without increased BHT coefficient for nanofluids anymore than classical theory could explain the significant increase in thermal conductivity found for insignificant volume fractions of NPs in nanofluids without boiling.

    Science Blog

  • Without boiling, NPs in nanofluids gain kT energy from collisions with coolant molecules.

    Science Blog

  • Enhanced CHF in nanofluids without an increase in BHT coefficient is caused by the EM radiation emitted by NPs bypassing the bubble boiling process.

    Science Blog

  • Four students from the Universite Libre de Bruxelles in Belgium and the University Federico II, in Naples, Italy will investigate the thermal diffusivity and conductivity of nanofluids - suspensions in conventional liquids of particles ranging in size from a few nanometres to 200 nanometres.

    Space News From SpaceDaily.Com

  • Induced optical anisotropy by nanomagnetic particles in nanofluids

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  • There have to date been a number of studies carried out with various water-based nanofluids, but the results are inconsistent.

    Francis Sedgemore


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