Experimental investigation of heat transfer

dc.descriptionInterim sem 2020 / 2021en_US
dc.description.abstractThis thesis focuses on experimental research on the use of the heat exchangers with hybrid nanofluids on the thermal performance of heat exchangers using hybrid nanofluids which would be studied experimentally and compared with water. Second, the thermal performance of the heat exchanger should be examined experimentally using different hybrid nanofluid concentrations. Al2O3-CuO hybrid nanofluids with simple water-EG liquids are the first nanofluids employed. Three concentration tests have been used in this experiment, 0.02%, 0.04% and 0.06%. Two measures have been taken to generate hybrid nanofluids with a ratio of 60:40 water and EG. Two input parameters that vary in temperature and pump speed were calculated during the experiment. Characteristics of hybrid nanofluid and thermal flow have been measured. The results show that hybrid nanofluids offer improved thermal energy over water and higher concentrations of nanofluids provide greater efficiency in thermal transfer.en_US
dc.titleExperimental investigation of heat transferen_US