|کد مقاله||کد نشریه||سال انتشار||مقاله انگلیسی||ترجمه فارسی||نسخه تمام متن|
|4990805||1457101||2018||7 صفحه PDF||سفارش دهید||دانلود کنید|
- Heat transfer coefficient increases with an increase in vol% of PANI nanofibers.
- The effect of Reynolds number of nanofluid on heat transfer coefficient was examined.
- Around 70% enhancement in Heat transfer coefficient for 0.5Â vol% PANI nanofluids.
- Increase in heat transfer coefficient was found with an increase in the Reynolds number.
In the present study, heat transfer enhancement with the use of water based PANI (polyaniline) nanofluid was investigated in vertical helically coiled tube heat exchanger. Initially, PANI nanofibers were prepared with the use of ultrasound assisted emulsion polymerization method. Then the prepared PANI nanofibers were dispersed in base fluid in varying concentration (0.1-0.5Â vol%) in order to get uniformly dispersed PANI nanofluid in the presence of sonication. The effect of PANI nanofibers concentration in nanofluid and Reynolds number on heat transfer coefficient have been investigated in helical coiled heat exchanger. It was found that the average heat transfer coefficient increases with an increase in the volume% of PANI nanofibers in nanofluid and Reynolds number. The heat transfer coefficient of base fluid i.e. distilled water was found to be 304Â W/m2Â Â°C (at xi/DÂ =Â 692.3) whereas it was found to be increased to 515.8Â W/m2Â Â°C (at xi/DÂ =Â 692.3) for 0.5Â vol% PANI concentration in nanofluid. The percentage enhancement in the heat transfer coefficient was found to be 10.52% at 0.1Â vol% of PANI nanofibers in nanofluid and was found to be increased to 69.62% for 0.5Â vol% of PANI nanofibers.
Journal: Applied Thermal Engineering - Volume 128, 5 January 2018, Pages 134-140