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Nanofluids and Their Engineering Applications

1st Edition

By K.R.V. Subramanian, Tubati Nageswara Rao, Avinash Balakrishnan

CRC Press

544 pages | 277 B/W Illus.

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Nanofluids and their Engineering Applications focusing on niche engineering applications of nanofluids and in content with precise technical definitions and treatment

Contains high technical content especially in the areas of magnetic nanofluids and dilute oxide based nanofluids

Feature examples from research applications such as solar technology and heat pipes and addresses heat transfer and thermodynamic features such as efficiency and work with mathematical rigor

Table of Contents

Section 1: Understanding Nanofluids

Ch1. Nanofluids: Preparation methods and Challenges in Stability

P.Padmaja and Harnish Soni

Ch2. Thermophysical Properties enhancement using Hybrid nanofluids and their synthesis and applications

Chitra. Ba, Sathishkumar.Ka, Fedal Castro.Nb, Srinivas.Sa

Ch3. Hybrid nanoparticles enriched cutting fluids in machining processes

Anuj Kumar Sharma, Arun Kumar Tiwari, Amit Rai Dixit, Rabesh Kumar Singh

Section 2: Theoretical perspectives

Ch4. Nanofluid-Based Single-Phase Natural Circulation Loops

Nur Çobanoğlu, Ziya Haktan Karadeniz, Alpaslan Turgut

Ch5. Entropy Generation Analysis Of Hybrid Nanofluids Flow In Ducts With various Shapes

Gabriela Huminic, Angel Huminic

Ch6. Viscosity of nanofluid systems-A critical evaluation of modeling approaches

Amir Varamesh a, Abdolhossein Hemmati-Sarapardeh

Section 3:Nanofluids in Thermal applications

Ch7. Application of Nanofluids in Heat Transfer Enhancement of Refrigeration Systems

Khalil Khanafer and Kambiz Vafai

Ch8. Graphene based hybrid nanofluids and its application in heat exchangers

Hooman Yarmand, Nurin Wahidah Binti Mohd Zulkifli, Mahidzal Dahari and S.N.Kazi

Ch9. Lattice Boltzmann Modeling on Convective Heat Transfer of Nanofluids through Highly-Conductive Metal Foams

H.J. Xu, Z.B. Xing, X. Fang, W. Zhang, Z.Z. Zhou

Ch10. CNT-Water Nanojet Impingement Cooling of a Sinusoidally Moving Isothermal Hot Wall

Fatih Selimefendigila, Hakan F. Oztopb

Section 3: Nanofluids in Solar applications

Ch11. An insight of ionanofluids flow and heat transfer behavior for solar energy

Alina Adriana, S M Sohel Murshed

Ch 12. Nanofluid based direct absorption solar collectors

Gary O’Keeffe, Sarah Mitchell, Tim Myers, Vincent Cregan

Ch 13. Applications of nanofluids in Solar thermal systems

Kalyani K. Chichghare, Divya P. Barai, Bharat A. Bhanvase

Ch 14. Nanofluids for solar steam generation

Yurong He, Xinzhi Wang, Yanwei Hu

Ch 15. Supersteam production using magnetic nanofluids

KRV Subramanian, Avinash Balakrishnan, T. Nageswara Rao, A. Radhakrishna

Ch 16. nhanced thermophysical properties of the heat transfer fluids for Concentrating Solar Power by using metal-based nanofluids: an experimental and theoretical overview

Antonio Sánchez-Coronilla, Javier Navas, Elisa I. Martín, Roberto Gómez-Villarejo,2Teresa Aguilar,Juan Jesús Gallardo,Miriam Teruel, Rodrigo Alcántara, Concha Fernández-Lorenzo

Ch 17. Potential utilization of nanofluids for Concentrating Solar Power (CSP)

  1. Allouhi, M.S. Buker

Ch 18. Influence of the base fluid and surfactant arrangement on the enhancement of heat transfer in metal–nanofluids used in concentrating solar power plants. A molecular level perspective

Elisa I. Martín,Antonio Sánchez-Coronilla, Javier Navas, Roberto Gómez-Villarejo, Rodrigo Alcántara, Concha Fernández-Lorenzo

Ch 19. Application of Nanofluids in Direct Absorption Solar Collectors

M.E. Zayed, S.W. Sharshirc, J. Shaibod, F.A. Hammad Mohamed Kamal Ahmed Ali, Sajjad Sargana, Salman K.h., Elbager M.A. Edreisg, Jun Zhao, Chun Du, Ammar.H. Elsheikhi

Section 5. Nanofluids in Oil and Gas industry & Carbon sequestration

Ch 20. Application of nanofluids for enhanced oil recovery- A systematic literature review and organizing framework

Majid Mohammadi, Mehdi Sedighi , Abdolhossein Hemmati-Sarapardeh

Ch 21. Application of nanoparticle suspension in enhanced oil recovery

D.W. Jing, L. Suna, M. Hatami

Ch 22. Nanofluids Applications and Its Future for Oil and Gas industry

Ravi Shankar Kumar, Tushar Sharma

Ch 23. CO2 Capture via Nanofluids

NaZhang, Jianchao Cai, Zhen Pan, Muftah H. El-Naas, Feng Chen, Zhien Zhang

About the Authors

Prof. KRV Subramanian is working as Associate Professor with Mechanical engineering department, GITAM University, Bangalore, India. His research interests are solar technology, nanotechnology, nanofabrication, energy storage devices, carbon nanotubes, nanofluids, hydrogen storage, fuel cells, sensors. He earned his PhD from Cambridge University in 2006 specialising in nanotechnology. His bachelors and masters degree in Materials engineering were from NIT Trichy and IISc Bangalore. He has over 20 years of academic and industrial work experience. He has published over 100 journal and conference papers. He has also edited 2 books. He regularly reviews for prestigious RSC, ACS and Elsevier journals. He is an affiliate member of RSC (Royal Society of Chemistry, UK) and Fellow of Cambridge Commonwealth Society, UK. He is a Marquis Who's Who of the World and IBC Top 100 professionals. He has been co-principal investigator for many government funded research projects.

Prof. T. Nageswara Rao is working as HOD and Professor with Mechanical Engineering department, GITAM University, Bangalore, India. His research interests are heat transfer, thermal engineering. He earned his PhD from Indian Institute of Technology, Chennai in 2001 specialising in thermal engineering. He has over 25 years of academic and industrial work experience. He has published over 30 journal and conference papers.

Dr. Avinash Balakrishnan joined as Manager at Suzlon Energy Limited in 2016, where he is heading the Materials Laboratory for Suzlon Blade Technology vertical. He did his PhD and M.S in Materials Engineering from Paichai University, S.Korea. He is an alumnus of National Institute of Technology, Karnataka, where he completed his Bachelors in Metallurgical Engineering. His past professional experience also includes being research scientist at Korea Research Institute of Standards and Science (KRISS), South Korea where he extensively worked on ceramic materials for structural and high temperature applications. He was a post-doctoral fellow at Grenoble Institute of Technology (Grenoble-INP) France. He was also heading the R&D division for English Indian Clay Limited, India from 2015-16. His current research interest includes developing nanostructured materials for variety of applications including energy storage, composites and ceramics. He has co-authored over 85 research publications, 2 books and filed 1 patent.

Subject Categories

BISAC Subject Codes/Headings:
SCI065000
SCIENCE / Mechanics / Dynamics / Thermodynamics
TEC009070
TECHNOLOGY & ENGINEERING / Mechanical
TEC027000
TECHNOLOGY & ENGINEERING / Nanotechnology & MEMS