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IJSTR >> Volume 2- Issue 12, December 2013 Edition



International Journal of Scientific & Technology Research  
International Journal of Scientific & Technology Research

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ISSN 2277-8616



Experimental Investigation Of Mixed Convection With Water-Al2O3 & Hybrid Nanofluid In Inclined Tube For Laminar Flow

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AUTHOR(S)

Gaffar G. Momin

 

KEYWORDS

Keywords: Heat transfer, Laminar flow, Mixed convection , Nanofluid , Nanoparticles , Al2O3-water mixture,Al2O3–Cu hybrid nano particles, Hydrogen reduction technique, Laminar flow , Hybrid nanofluid , Heat transfer enhancement, Friction factor.

 

ABSTRACT

ABSTRACT: Two experiments were carried out.first to study mixed convection Al2O3 water nano fluidinside an inclined copper tube surface. The effects of nanoparticles concentration and power supply on the development of the thermal field are studied and discussed under laminar flow condition. Results show that the experimental heat transfer coefficient decreases slightly with an increase of particle volume concentration from 0 to 4%. Two new correlations are proposed to calculate the Nusselt number in the fully developed region for horizontal and vertical tubes volume concentrations up to 4%.and In second experimental work, a fully developed laminar convective heat through a uniformly heated circular tube using Al2O3-Cu/water hybrid nanofluid is presented. For this we synthesized Al2O3-Cu nanocomposite powder in a thermo chemical route that involves a hydrogen reduction technique and then dispersed the prepared hybrid nano powder in deionised water to form a stable hybrid nanofluid of 0.1% volume concentration. The convective heat transfer experimental results showed a maximum enhancement of 13.56% in Nusselt number at a Reynolds number of 1730 when compared to Nusselt number of water. The experimental results also show that 0.1% Al2O3-Cu/ water hybrid nanofluids have slightly higher friction factor when compared to 0.1% Al2O3/water nanofluid. The empirical correlations proposed for Nusselt number and friction factor are in good agreement with the experimental data.

 

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