Volume 2: Heat Transfer Enhancement for Practical Applications; Heat and Mass Transfer in Fire and Combustion; Heat Transfer In 2013
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Abstract: The preferable cooling solution to the problem of thermal management of modern electronics for increasing power dissipation could be micro heat exchangers based on forced flow boiling. Nanoparticle deposition can affect nucleate boiling heat transfer coefficient via alteration of surface thermal conductivity, roughness, capillary wicking, wettability, and nucleation site density. It can also affect heat transfer by changing bubble departure diameter, bubble departure frequency, and the evaporation of the micro… Show more

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“…Edel and Mukherjee 66 studied the boiling of water and nanofluids in a rectangular microchannel under various heat fluxes. For Reynolds numbers corresponding to the transitional flow regime, they investigated the influence of nanoparticles on the onset of bubble elongation and the onset of nucleate boiling.…”
Section: Nanofluid Transport Under the Transitional Flow Regimementioning
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“…Edel and Mukherjee 66 studied the boiling of water and nanofluids in a rectangular microchannel under various heat fluxes. For Reynolds numbers corresponding to the transitional flow regime, they investigated the influence of nanoparticles on the onset of bubble elongation and the onset of nucleate boiling.…”
Section: Nanofluid Transport Under the Transitional Flow Regimementioning
“…These covers the low pressure and low flow conditions [128,129], the effect of micro/nanoscale structures on CHF [130], flow boiling in downward-facing channels [131], CHF with magnetic nanofluids [132] and magnetic field effect on CHF with ferrofluid in annulus [133]. In general, CHF enhancement has been achieved but understanding the mechanisms is quite different and this needs to be further In recent years, several studies were conducted to investigate the flow boiling heat transfer and CHF behaviors with nanofluids in mini-and micro-channels [134][135][136][137][138][139][140][141][142]. However, such research is very limited.…”
Section: Research On Chf and Physical Mechanisms In Flow Boiling Withmentioning
“…Surface temperature of the channel is also affected from the fluctuations in the flow and the authors concluded that the special monitoring would be required at high heat flux conditions due to dry out which results in damage to the surface. Edel and Mukherjee [132] investigated the effect of using alumina nanoparticles in water flowing in single-microchannel evaporator. Deposition of nanoparticles at the microchannel wall increased the bubble growth rate and slowed the bubble elongation speed.…”
Section: Flow Instabilities In Minichannels and Microchannelmentioning