Volume 1: Heat Transfer in Energy Systems; Thermophysical Properties; Heat Transfer Equipment; Heat Transfer in Electronic Equi 2009
DOI: 10.1115/ht2009-88409 View full text |Buy / Rent full text
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Abstract: An analytic/integral approach is utilized to solve a model 1-dimensional Stefan problem for a nanofluid that undergoes freezing. Initially, the isothermal nanofluid is contained in a finite slab. During the freezing process, the traveling interface separates the liquid and solid phases that possess their respective thermophysical properties. The most favorable feature of this model is that the thermal property jumps between the liquid and solid phases are accounted for. The problem is made dimensionless and is… Show more

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“…Khodadadi and Fan [22] analyzed the effect of adding different nanoparticles to water and cyclohexane using Stefan method. They calculated the solidification time for different concentrations and concluded that the solidification time decreases by increasing the concentration of nanoparticles in each of the examined materials.…”
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“…Khodadadi and Fan [22] analyzed the effect of adding different nanoparticles to water and cyclohexane using Stefan method. They calculated the solidification time for different concentrations and concluded that the solidification time decreases by increasing the concentration of nanoparticles in each of the examined materials.…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
“…They found that the resulting nanoparticle--enhanced (NEPCM) exhibit enhanced thermal conductivity in comparison to the base material. Khodadadi and Fan [14] utilized an analytic/integral approach to solve the Stefan problem with a 1-D model for a nanofluid that undergoes freezing. Khodadadi and Fan [14] utilized an analytic/integral approach to solve the Stefan problem with a 1-D model for a nanofluid that undergoes freezing.…”
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“…A numerical study of natural convection of copper-water nanofluid in a two dimensional enclosure was conducted by Khanafer et al [4]. Other researches have been conducted that simulate the convection heat transfer using nanofluid in the other geometrical configurations [5][6][7][8][9][10][11][12]. The aim of the present study consists in studying numerically a mixed convection flow and heat transfer of Cu-Water nanofluid in a ventilated cavity with constant heat flux on one of its vertical walls.…”
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