publication . Article . 2017

Experimental Investigation to Heat Transfer Augmentation in A Car Radiator Worked with (Water - Magnesium Oxide) Nanofluid.

Hameed K. Hamzah; Qusay Rasheed Al-Amir;
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  • Published: 01 Jul 2017 Journal: Journal of University of Babylon (issn: 1992-0652, eissn: 1992-0652, Copyright policy)
  • Publisher: University of Babylon
Abstract
In this work, effect of adding MgO nanoparticle to base fluid (water) in car radiator has been implemented experimentally. In this investigation, an experimental test rig has been designed to study effect inlet temperature of nanofluid, the flow rate and nanoparticle volume fraction on heat transfer rates. Six different concentrations of nanofluid of 0.125%, 0.25%, 0.5%,1% ,1.5% and 2% have been prepared by mixed of MgO nanoparticles with water. Reynolds number of nanofluid was between 4500 and 19000.Thermal behavior of an automobile radiator worked with nanofluid has been compared with using pure water in it. So, the fluid circulating rate in radiator has been ...
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