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Subcooled flow boiling heat transfer of γ-Al2O3/water nanofluids in horizontal microtubes and the effect of surface characteristics and nanoparticle deposition
In this study, subcooled flow boiling heat transfer characteristics of nanofluids were investigated at micro scale. For this purpose, the effect of γ-Al2O3 (gamma-alumina) nanoparticles with an average solid diameter of ...
Materials for radiative cooling: a review
Buildings use more than one-third of the total energy consumed in counties within the Mediterranean climate zones like in Turkey. During the summer months, the absorption of solar energy by the buildings increases the ...
The effect of nanoparticle type and nanoparticle mass fraction on heat transfer enhancement in pool boiling
Determining the heat transfer performance with nanofluids is of cardinal importance in the utilization of nanofluids in thermal systems. This study presents an experimental investigation on nucleate pool boiling heat ...
Effect of the probe location on the absorption by an array of gold nano-particles on a dielectric surface
Effect of silicon atomic force microscope probe position and particle spacing on the local absorption of an array of gold nanoparticles placed over a dielectric borosilicate glass surface are evaluated. An improved, ...
The eighth international symposium on radiative transfer
This Special Issue of The Journal of Quantitative Spectroscopy and Radiative Transfer is based on the papers selected from RAD-16, the Eighth International Symposium on Radiative Transfer, which was held June 2016, in ...
A design tool for direct and non-stochastic calculations of near-field radiative transfer in complex structures: The NF-RT-FDTD algorithm
Advances in nanotechnology and nanophotonics are inextricably linked with the need for reliable computational algorithms to be adapted as design tools for the development of new concepts in energy harvesting, radiative ...
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