ORIGINAL_ARTICLE
Thermo-mechanical properties of polymer nanocomposites reinforced with randomly distributed silica nanoparticles- Micromechanical analysis
A three-dimensional micromechanics-based analytical model is developed to study thermo-mechanical properties of polymer composites reinforced with randomly distributed silica nanoparticles. Two important factors in nanocomposites modeling using micromechanical models are nanoparticle arrangement in matrix and interphase effects. In order to study these cases, representative volume element (RVE) of nanocomposites is extended to c×r×h nano-cells in three dimensions and consists of three phases including nanoparticles, polymer matrix and interphase between the nanoparticles and matrix. Nanoparticles are surrounded by the interphase in all composites. Effects of volume fraction, aspect ratio and size of nanoparticle on the effective thermo-mechanical response of the nanocomposite are studied. Also, the effects of polymer matrix properties and interphase including its elastic modulus and thickness are theoretically investigated in detail. It is revealed that when nanoparticles are randomly distributed in the matrix and interphase effects are considered, the results of present micromechanical model are in very good agreement with experimental data.
http://tpnms.usb.ac.ir/article_2527_aafbdefbae0fd2afab120cd5ec9f7f8d.pdf
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Interphase
Micromechanics
Nanocomposite
Random distribution
Thermo-mechanical properties
Reza
Ansari
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Department of Mechanical Engineering, University of Guilan, Rasht, I. R. Iran
Department of Mechanical Engineering, University of Guilan, Rasht, I. R. Iran
Department of Mechanical Engineering, University of Guilan, Rasht, I. R. Iran
AUTHOR
Mohammad Kazem
Hassanzadeh Aghdam
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Department of Mechanical Engineering, University of Guilan, Rasht, I. R. Iran
Department of Mechanical Engineering, University of Guilan, Rasht, I. R. Iran
Department of Mechanical Engineering, University of Guilan, Rasht, I. R. Iran
AUTHOR
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ORIGINAL_ARTICLE
Effect of Inserting Coiled Wires in Tubes on the Fluid Flow and Heat Transfer Performance of Nanofluids
In the present study, numerical study of Al2O3-water nanofluid flow in different coiled wire inserted tubes are performed to investigate the effects of inserting coiled wires in tubes on the fluid dynamic and heat transfer performance ofv nanofluids. The numerical simulations of nanofluids are performed using two phase mixture model. The flow regime and the wall boundary conditions are assumed to be laminar and constant heat flux respectively. The effects of inserting coiled wires in tubes on different parameters such as heat transfer coefficient, pressure drop, temperature distribution, velocity distribution and secondary flows are presented and discussed. The results show that using coiled wire in tubes leading to increase in about 13.44% but increase the Δp about 14.66% with respect to the flow without nanofluid and coiled wire. Similarly, using nanofluid leading to increase in about 5.52% but increase the Δp about 8.92%. Finally, using both of the mentioned heat transfer enhancement mechanisms leading to increase in about 17.51% but increase the value of Δp about 22.86%.
http://tpnms.usb.ac.ir/article_2528_451881e9b5e8b9db8b59d2b8a28cdead.pdf
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CFD
Coiled wires
Mixture model
nanofluid
Two phase model
Hamed
Safikhani
h-safikhani@araku.ac.ir
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Department of Mechanical Engineering, Faculty of Engineering, Arak University, Arak, I. R. Iran
Department of Mechanical Engineering, Faculty of Engineering, Arak University, Arak, I. R. Iran
Department of Mechanical Engineering, Faculty of Engineering, Arak University, Arak, I. R. Iran
AUTHOR
Alireza
Zare Mehrjardi
alirezazare7351@gmail.com
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Department of Mechanical Engineering, Faculty of Engineering, Arak University, Arak, I. R. Iran
Department of Mechanical Engineering, Faculty of Engineering, Arak University, Arak, I. R. Iran
Department of Mechanical Engineering, Faculty of Engineering, Arak University, Arak, I. R. Iran
AUTHOR
Maryam
Safari
m_safari13671@yahoo.com
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Department of Mechanical Engineering, Isfahan University of Technology, Isfahan, I. R. Iran
Department of Mechanical Engineering, Isfahan University of Technology, Isfahan, I. R. Iran
Department of Mechanical Engineering, Isfahan University of Technology, Isfahan, I. R. Iran
AUTHOR
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[4] H. Safikhani, A. Abbassi: Effects of tube flattening on the fluid dynamic and heat transfer performance of nanofluid flow, Adv. Powder Technolog 25 (3) (2014) 1132-1141.
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[5] H. Safikhani, A. Abbassi, A. Khalkhali, M. Kalteh: Multi-objective optimization of nanofluid flow in flat tubes using CFD, Artificial Neural Networks and genetic algorithms, Adv. Powder Technolog 25(5) (2014) 1608-1617.
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ORIGINAL_ARTICLE
Numerical Study of Bubble Separation and Motion Using Lattice Boltzmann Method
In present paper acombination of three-dimensional isothermal and two-dimensional non-isothermal Lattice Boltzmann Method have been used to simulate the motion of bubble and effect of wetting properties of the surface on bubble separation. By combining these models, three-dimensional model has been used in two-dimension for decreasing the computational cost. Firstly, it has been ensured that the surface tension effect and Laplace law for two-density ratio 50 and 1000 have been properly implemented. Secondly, by simulation of static droplet in different conditions wettability, integrity applied equations has been investigated.Thirdly, effect of governing dimensionless numbers such as Etvos number and Morton number on Reynolds number and terminal shape of bubble have been investigated.Different flow patterns in various dimensionless numbers have been obtained and by changing the dimensionless number, terminal change of bubble’s shape has been seen. Finally, the impact of wettability of surface on departure of bubble from wall under buoyancy force in different dimensionless numbers has been studied.
http://tpnms.usb.ac.ir/article_2529_b0aba9f56cc6c68a40fb663e9bb80e64.pdf
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10.7508/tpnms.2016.02.003
Etvos Number
Inamuro Model
Lattice Boltzmann method
Morton Number
Two Phase Flow
Wettability
Elham
Sattari
elham_sattari68@yahoo.com
true
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Faculty of Mechanical Engineering, Babol Noshirvani University of Technology, Babol, I. R. Iran
Faculty of Mechanical Engineering, Babol Noshirvani University of Technology, Babol, I. R. Iran
Faculty of Mechanical Engineering, Babol Noshirvani University of Technology, Babol, I. R. Iran
AUTHOR
Mojtaba
Aghajani Delavar
m.a.delavar@nit.ac.ir
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Faculty of Mechanical Engineering, Babol Noshirvani University of Technology, Babol, I. R. Iran
Faculty of Mechanical Engineering, Babol Noshirvani University of Technology, Babol, I. R. Iran
Faculty of Mechanical Engineering, Babol Noshirvani University of Technology, Babol, I. R. Iran
LEAD_AUTHOR
Korosh
Sedighi
true
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Faculty of Mechanical Engineering, Babol Noshirvani University of Technology, Babol, I. R. Iran
Faculty of Mechanical Engineering, Babol Noshirvani University of Technology, Babol, I. R. Iran
Faculty of Mechanical Engineering, Babol Noshirvani University of Technology, Babol, I. R. Iran
AUTHOR
[1] AK. Gunstensen, DH. Rothman, S. Zaleski, G Zanetti.:Lattice Boltzmann model of immiscible fluids, Physical Review A 43 (1991) 4320-4327.
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[2] X. Shan, H. Chen: Lattice Boltzmann model for simulating flows with multiple phases and components, Physical Review E 47 (1993) 1815-1819.
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[3] M. R. Swift, W. Osborn, J. M. Yeomans: Lattice Boltzmann simulation of nonideal fluids, Physical Review Letters 75(1995) 830-833.
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[4] T. Inamuro, T. Ogata, F. Ogino: Numerical simulation of bubble flows by the lattice Boltzmann method, Future Generation Computer Systems 20(2004) 959-964.
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[5] T. Inamuro, T. Ogata, S. Tajima, N. Konishi: A lattice Boltzmann method for incompressible two-phase flows with large density differences, Journal of Computational Physics 198 (2004) 628-644.
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[6] T. Inamuro, S. Tajima, F. Ogino: Lattice Boltzmann simulation of droplet collision dynamics, International journal of heat and mass transfer 47(2004) 4649-4657.
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[7] B. Sakakibara, T. Inamuro: Lattice Boltzmann simulation of collision dynamics of two unequal-size droplets, International journal of heat and mass transfer 51(2008) 3207-3216.
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[8] T. Inamuro: Lattice boltzmann methods for viscouse fluid flows and two-phase fluid flows, Computational Fluid Dynamics. Springer: India (2008) 3-16.
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[9] Y.Y. Yan, Y.Q. Zu : LBM simulation of interfacial behaviour of bubbles flow at low Reynolds number in a square microchannel, Computational Methods in Multiphase Flow V. New Forest: WIT Press, 2009.
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[10] M. Yoshino, Y. Mizutani: Lattice Boltzmann simulation of liquid–gas flows through solid bodies in a square duct, Mathematics and computers in simulation 72(2006) 264-269.
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[11] Y. Yan, Y. Zu: A lattice Boltzmann method for incompressible two-phase flows on partial wetting surface with large density ratio, Journal of Computational Physics 227 (2007) 763-775.
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[12] Y.Y. Yan,Y.Q. Zu: Numerical modelling of bubble coalescence and droplet separation, in Computational Methods in Multiphase Flow IV (2007) 227-237.
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[13] Y. Tanaka, Y. Washio, M. Yoshino, T. Hirata: Numerical simulation of dynamic behavior of droplet on solid surface by the two-phase lattice Boltzmann method, Computers & Fluids 40 (2011) 68-78.
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[14] Y. Tanaka, M. Yoshino, T. Hirata, Lattice Boltzmann simulation of nucleate pool boiling in saturated liquid, Communications in Computational Physics 9(2011)1347-1361.
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[15] T. Lee: Effects of incompressibility on the elimination of parasitic currents in the lattice Boltzmann equation method for binary fluids, Computers & Mathematics with Applications 58(2009) 987-994.
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[16] T. Lee, C.L. Lin: A stable discretization of the lattice Boltzmann equation for simulation of incompressible two-phase flows at high density ratio, Journal of Computational Physics206(2005) 16-47.
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[17] T. Lee, L. Liu: Lattice Boltzmann simulations of micron-scale drop impact on dry surfaces, Journal of Computational Physics 229(2010) 8045-8063.
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[18] H. Zheng, C. Shu, Y.T. Chew: A lattice Boltzmann model for multiphase flows with large density ratio, Journal of Computational Physics 218 (2006) 353-371.
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[19] E. Sattari, M. A. Delavar, E. Fattahi, K. Sedighi: Numerical investigation the effects of working parameters on nucleate pool boilin, International Communications in Heat and Mass Transfer 59(2014)106-113.
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[20] A. Briant, A. Wagner, J. Yeomans: Lattice Boltzman simulations of contact line motion. I. Liquid-gas systems, Physical Review E 69(2004)031602.
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[21] S. M. Tilehboni, K. Sedighi, M. Farhadi, E. Fattahi: Lattice Boltzmann Simulation of Deformation and Breakup of a Droplet under Gravity Force Using Interparticle Potential Model, International Journal of Engineering-Transactions A: Basics 26(2013)781-794.
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[22] T. Seta, K. Okui: Effects of truncation error of derivative approximation for two-phase lattice Boltzmann method, Journal of Fluid Science and Technology 2(2007)139-151.
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[23] H. Huang, D. T. Thorne, M. G. Schaap, M. C. Sukop: Proposed approximation for contact angles in Shan-and-Chen-type multicomponent multiphase lattice Boltzmann models, Physical Review E 76(2007)066701 1-6.
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ORIGINAL_ARTICLE
MHD Boundary Layer Flow and Heat Transfer of Newtonian Nanofluids over a Stretching Sheet with Variable Velocity and Temperature Distribution
Laminar boundary layer flow and heat transfer of Newtonian nanofluid over a stretching sheet with the sheet velocity distribution of the form (UW=cXβ) and the wall temperature distribution of the form (TW=T∞+aXr ) for the steady magnetohydrodynamic (MHD) is studied numerically. The governing momentum and energy equations are transformed to the local non-similarity equations using the appropriate transformations. The set of ODEs are solved using Keller–Box implicit finite-difference method. The effects of several parameters, such as magnetic parameter, volume fraction of different nanoparticles (Ag, Cu, CuO, Al2O3 and TiO2), velocity parameter, Prandtl number and temperature parameter on the velocity and temperature distributions, local Nusselt number and skin friction coefficient are examined. The analysis reveals that the temperature profile increases with increasing magnetic parameter and volume fraction of nanofluid. Furthermore, it is found that the thermal boundary layer increases and momentum boundary layer decreases with the use of water based nanofluids as compared to pure water. At constant volume fraction of nanoparticles, it is also illustrated that the role of magnetic parameter on dimensionless temperature becomes more effective in lower value.
http://tpnms.usb.ac.ir/article_2530_d854fbaa2267f57154cc019f94236041.pdf
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Boundary Layer Flow
MHD
nanofluid
Stretching Sheet
Payman
Elyasi
paymanelyasi@gmail.com
true
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Mechanical Engineering Department,Faculty of Mechanical Engineering, Shahrekord University, Shahrekord, I. R. Iran
Mechanical Engineering Department,Faculty of Mechanical Engineering, Shahrekord University, Shahrekord, I. R. Iran
Mechanical Engineering Department,Faculty of Mechanical Engineering, Shahrekord University, Shahrekord, I. R. Iran
LEAD_AUTHOR
Ali
Shateri
true
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Mechanical Engineering Department,Faculty of Mechanical Engineering, Shahrekord University, Shahrekord, I. R. Iran
Mechanical Engineering Department,Faculty of Mechanical Engineering, Shahrekord University, Shahrekord, I. R. Iran
Mechanical Engineering Department,Faculty of Mechanical Engineering, Shahrekord University, Shahrekord, I. R. Iran
AUTHOR
[1] U.S. Choi: Enhancing thermal conductivity of fluids with nanoparticle Developments and Applications of Non-Newtonian Flows 231 (1995) 99-105.
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[2] S. Choi, Z. Zhang, W. Yu, F. Lockwood, E. Grulke: Anomalously thermal conductivity enhancement in nanotube suspensions, Journal of Applied Physics Letters 79 (2001) 2252–2254.
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[3] S. Z. Heris, M. N. Esfahany, S. Gh. Etemad :Experimental Investigation of Convective Heat Transfer of Al2O3/Water Nanofluid in Circular Tube, International Journal of Heat and Fluid Flow 28 (2006) 203–210.
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[4] M. Hojjat, S. Etemad, R. Bagheri: Laminar heat transfer of non-Newtonian nanofluids in a circular tube, Korean Journal of Chemical Engineering 27 (2010) 1391–1396.
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[5] B.C. Pak, Y. Cho: Hydrodynamic and heat transfer study of dispersed fluids with submicron metallic oxide particles, Experimental Heat Transfer 11 (1998) 151-170.
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[6] Y. Xuan, Q. Li: Investigation on convective heat transfer and flow features of nanofluids, Journal of Heat Transfer 125 (2003) 151-155.
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[8] J. Buongiorno: Convective transport in nanofluids, Journal of Heat Transfer 128 (2006) 240-250.
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[9] MA Fadzilah, R Nazar, M. Arifin, I. Pop: MHD boundary-layer flow and heat transfer over a stretching sheet with induced magnetic field. Journal of Heat Mass Transfer 47 (2011) 155–162.
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[10] A. Ishak, R. Naza, I. Pop: MHD boundary-layer flow due to a moving extensible surface, Journal of Engineering Mathematics 62 (2008) 23–33.
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[11] A.V. Kuznetsov, D.A Nield: Natural convective boundary-layer flow of a nanofluid past a vertical plate, International Journal of Thermal Sciences 49 (2010) 243-247.
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[12] N. Bachok, A.Ishak, I.Pop: Boundary-layer flow of nanofluids over a moving surface in a flowing fluid, International Journal of Thermal Sciences 49 (2010) 1663-1668.
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[13] W.Ibrahim, B. Shanker: Unsteady MHD boundary-layer flow and heat transfer due to stretching sheet in the presence of heat source or sink, International Journal of Computers & Fluids 70 (2012) 21-28.
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[14] A. Ishak, R. Naza, I. Pop: Heat transfer over a stretching surface with variable heat flux in microplar fluids. Physics Letters A 5 (2008) 559–61.
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Nanofluid Thermal Conductivity Prediction Model Based on Artificial Neural Network
Heat transfer fluids have inherently low thermal conductivity that greatly limits the heat exchange efficiency. While the effectiveness of extending surfaces and redesigning heat exchange equipments to increase the heat transfer rate has reached a limit, many research activities have been carried out attempting to improve the thermal transport properties of the fluids by adding more thermally conductive solids into liquids. In this study, new model to predict nanofluid thermal conductivity based on Artificial Neural Network. A two-layer perceptron feedforward neural network and backpropagation Levenberg-Marquardt (BP-LM) training algorithm were used to predict the thermal conductivity of the nanofluid. To avoid the preprocess of network and investigate the final efficiency of it, 70% data are used for network training, while the remaining 30% data are used for network test and validation. Fe2O3 nanoparticles dispersed in waster/glycol liquid was used as working fluid in experiments. Volume fraction, temperature, nano particles and base fluid thermal conductivities are used as inputs to the network. The results show that ANN modeling is capable of predicting nanofluid thermal conductivity with good precision. The use of nanotechnology to enhance and improve the heat transfer fluid and the cost is exorbitant.It can play a major role in various industries, particularly industries that are involved in that heat.
http://tpnms.usb.ac.ir/article_2531_34188f6c2129736a21794adca057482d.pdf
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nanofluid
Neural Network
thermal conductivity
Ali
Hosseinian naeini
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Department of Chemical Engineering, Islamic Azad University,Central Tehran Branch, Tehran, I. R. Iran
Department of Chemical Engineering, Islamic Azad University,Central Tehran Branch, Tehran, I. R. Iran
Department of Chemical Engineering, Islamic Azad University,Central Tehran Branch, Tehran, I. R. Iran
AUTHOR
Jafar
Baghbani Arani
jafar.baghbani@gmail.com
true
2
Chemical Engineering Department, Kashan University, Kashan, I. R. Iran
Chemical Engineering Department, Kashan University, Kashan, I. R. Iran
Chemical Engineering Department, Kashan University, Kashan, I. R. Iran
AUTHOR
Afsaneh
Narooei
a.narooei91@gmail.com
true
3
Department of Material Engineering, University of Sistan and Baluchestan, Zahedan, I. R. Iran
Department of Material Engineering, University of Sistan and Baluchestan, Zahedan, I. R. Iran
Department of Material Engineering, University of Sistan and Baluchestan, Zahedan, I. R. Iran
AUTHOR
Reza
Aghayari
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Daneshestan Institute Of Higher Education, Saveh, Iran
Daneshestan Institute Of Higher Education, Saveh, Iran
Daneshestan Institute Of Higher Education, Saveh, Iran
AUTHOR
Heydar
Maddah
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Department of Chemistry, Sciences Faculty, Arak Branch, Islamic Azad University, Arak, I. R. Iran
Department of Chemistry, Sciences Faculty, Arak Branch, Islamic Azad University, Arak, I. R. Iran
Department of Chemistry, Sciences Faculty, Arak Branch, Islamic Azad University, Arak, I. R. Iran
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[1] B. Wang, L. Zhou, X. Peng: A Fractal Model for Predicting the Effective Thermal Conductivity of Liquid with Suspension of Nanoparticles, Int. J. Heat Mass Tran 46 (2003) 2665-2672.
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[3] H. Masuda, A. Ebata, K. Teramae, N. Hishinuma: Alteration of Thermal Conductivity and Viscosity of Liquid by Dispersing Ultra-Fine Particles (Dispersion of γ-Al2O3, SiO2, and TiO2) (1993).
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[11] S. K. Das, N. Putra, P. Thiesen, W. Roetzel: Temperature Dependence of Thermal Conductivity Enhancement for Nanofluids, J. Heat Transfer 125 (2003) 567-574.
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[20] B.X. Wang, L.P. Zhou, X.F. Peng: A fractal model for predicting the effective thermal conductivity of liquid with suspension of nanoparticles, Int. J. Heat Mass Transfer 46 (2003) 2665–2672.
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[21] W. Yu, S.U.S. Choi: The role of interfacial layer in the enhanced thermal conductivity of nanofluids: A renovated Maxwell model, J. Nanoparticles Res. (2003) 167–171.
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ORIGINAL_ARTICLE
Investigation of two phase unsteady nanofluid flow and heat transfer between moving parallel plates in the presence of the magnetic field using GM
In this paper, unsteady two phase simulation of nanofluid flow and heat transfer between moving parallel plates, in presence of the magnetic field is studied. The significant effects of thermophoresis and Brownian motion have been contained in the model of nanofluid flow. The three governing equations are solved simultaneously via Galerkin method (GM). Comparison with other works indicates that this method is very applicable to solve these problems. The semi analytical analysis is accomplished for different governing parameters in the equations e.g. the squeeze number, Eckert number and Hartmann number. The results showed that skin friction coefficient value increases with increasing Hartmann number and squeeze number in a constant Reynolds number. Also, it is shown that the Nusselt number is an incrementing function of Hartmann number while Eckert number is a reducing function of squeeze number .This type of results can help the engineers to make better and researchers to investigate faster and easier.
http://tpnms.usb.ac.ir/article_2532_7bba562eca1f58b7ff6a8fe85c1fd8e5.pdf
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Brownian
Eckert number
Galerkin method (GM)
Hartmann number
nanofluid
Thermophoresis
Nima
Hedayati
nima.hedayati883@gmail.com
true
1
Babol University of Technology, Department of Mechanical Engineering, Babol, I. R. Iran
Babol University of Technology, Department of Mechanical Engineering, Babol, I. R. Iran
Babol University of Technology, Department of Mechanical Engineering, Babol, I. R. Iran
LEAD_AUTHOR
Abbas
Ramiar
aaramiar@stu.nit.ac.ir
true
2
Babol University of Technology, Department of Mechanical Engineering, Babol, I. R. Iran
Babol University of Technology, Department of Mechanical Engineering, Babol, I. R. Iran
Babol University of Technology, Department of Mechanical Engineering, Babol, I. R. Iran
AUTHOR
[1] M.Sheikholeslami , H.R.Ashorynejad, D.D. Ganji, A. Kolahdooz: Investigation of Rotating MHD Viscous Flow and Heat Transfer between Stretching and Porous Surfaces Using Analytical Method, Hindawi Publishing Corporation Mathematical Problems in Engineering (2011).
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[2] M. Sheikholeslami, H.R. Ashorynejad, D.D.Ganji, Yıldırım A: Homotopy perturbation method for three-dimensional problem of condensation film on inclined rotating disk, Scientia Iranica B 19 (2012) 437–442.
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[3] D.D.Ganji, H.B.Rokni, M.G.Sfahani, S.S.Ganji : Approximate traveling wave solutions for coupled shallow water. Advances in Engineering Software 41 (2010) 956–961.
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[4] M. Keimanesh, M.M.Rashidi, A.J. Chamkha,R.Jafari: Study of a third grade non- Newtonian fluid flow between two parallel plates using the multi-step differ-ential transform method, Computers and Mathematics with Applications 62 (2011) 2871–2891.
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[5] M.Hatami, Kh.Hosseinzadeh, G. Domairry, M.T.Behnamfar: Numerical study of MHD two-phase Couette flow analysis for fluid-particle suspension between moving parallel plates. Journal of the Taiwan Institute of Chemical Engineers 45 (2014) 2238-2245.
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[6] K.Khanafer , K.Vafai , M. Lightstone: Buoyancy- driven heat transfer enhance-ment in a two-dimensional enclosure utilizing nanofluids. International Journal of Heat and Mass Transfer 46 (2003) 3639–3653.
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[7] E.Abu-Nada ,Z. Masoud , A.Hijazi:Natural convection heat transfer enhance-ment in horizontal concentric annuli using nanofluids, International Communications in Heat and Mass Transfer 35 (2008) 657–665.
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[8] M.M. Rashidi ,S.Abelman, N. Freidooni Mehr: Entropy generation in steady MHD flow due to a rotating porous disk in a nanofluid, International Journal of Heat and Mass Transfer 62 (2013) 515–525.
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[9] M. Sheikholeslami ,Sh. Abelman, D.D.Ganji: Numerical simulation of MHD nanofluid flow and heat transfer considering viscous dissipation, International Journal of Heat and Mass Transfer 79 (2014) 212–222.
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[10] M.Sheikholeslami, M.Gorji-Bandpy ,D.D Ganji: MHD free convection in an eccentric semi-annulus filled with nanofluid, Journal of the Taiwan Institute of Chemical Engineers 45(2014)1204–16.
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[11] M. Sheikholeslami, M.Gorji-Bandpy, D.D.Ganji S.Soleimani: MHD natural convection in a nanofluid filled inclined enclosure with sinusoidal wall using CVFEM, Neural Comput & Applic 24 (2014) 873–882.
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[12] A.Malvandi ,D.D. Ganji: Brownian motion and thermophoresis effects on slip flow of alumina/water nanofluid inside a circular microchannel in the presence of a magnetic field, International Journal of Thermal Sciences 84 (2014) 196-206.
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[13] M. Hatami , D.D.Ganji: Heat transfer and nanofluid flow in suction and blowing process between parallel disks in presence of variable magnetic, Field Journal of Molecular Liquids190 (2014) 159–168.
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[14] H.R. Ashorynejad, A.A. Mohamad, M.Sheikholeslami: Magnetic field effects on natural convection flow of a nanofluid in a horizontal cylindrical annulus using Lattice Boltzmann method. International Journal of Thermal Sciences 64 (2013) 240-250.
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[15] D.A.Nield, A.V.Kuznetsov: Thermal instability in a porous medium layer saturated by a nanofluid, International, Journal of Heat and Mass Transfer 52 (2009) 5796–5801.
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[16] W.A. Khan: Pop I. Boundary-layer flow of a nano-fluid past a stretching sheet, International Journal of Heat and Mass Transfer 53 (2010) 2477–2483.
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[17] M.Sheikholeslami, M.Gorji-Bandpy, D.D.Ganji S.Soleimani: Thermal management for free convection of nanofluid using two phase model, Journal of Molecular Liquids 194(2014) 179–87
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[18] M .Mahmood, S. Asghar, M.A.Hossain:Squeezed flow and heat transfer over a porous surface for viscous fluid, Heat Mass Transfer 44 (2007) 165–173
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[19] G.Domairry, A .Aziz: Approximate analysis of MHD squeeze flow between two parallel disks with suction or injection by homotopy perturbation method, Hindawi Publishing Corporation Mathematical Problems in Engineering (2009).
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The effect of small scale on the vibrational response of nano-column based on differential quadrature method
The present paper deals with the dynamic behavior of nano-column subjected to follower force using the nonlocal elasticity theory. The nonlocal elasticity theory is used to analyze the mechanical behavior of nanoscale materials. The used method of solution is the Differential Quadrature Method (DQM). It is shown that the nonlocal effect plays an important role in the vibrational behavior of nano-columns. The results can provide useful guidance for the study and design of the next generation of nanodevices and could be useful in biomedical and bioengineering applications as well as in other fields related with the nanotechnology.
http://tpnms.usb.ac.ir/article_2533_6fd8ab2c803733571a769328e0953ddd.pdf
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differential quadrature method (DQM)
nano-column
nonlocal elasticity
Vibration
Amin
Pourasghar
aminpourasghar@yahoo.com
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1
Young Researchers and Elite club, Islamic Azad University, Central Tehran Branch, Tehran, I. R. Iran
Young Researchers and Elite club, Islamic Azad University, Central Tehran Branch, Tehran, I. R. Iran
Young Researchers and Elite club, Islamic Azad University, Central Tehran Branch, Tehran, I. R. Iran
LEAD_AUTHOR
Ali
Ghorbanpour Arani
a_ghorbanpour@yahoo.com
true
2
Faculty of Mechanical Engineering, University of Kashan, Kashan, I. R. Iran|Institute of Nanoscience and Nanotechnology, University of Kashan, Kashan, I. R. Iran
Faculty of Mechanical Engineering, University of Kashan, Kashan, I. R. Iran|Institute of Nanoscience and Nanotechnology, University of Kashan, Kashan, I. R. Iran
Faculty of Mechanical Engineering, University of Kashan, Kashan, I. R. Iran|Institute of Nanoscience and Nanotechnology, University of Kashan, Kashan, I. R. Iran
AUTHOR
Saeed
Kamarian
kamarian.saeed@yahoo.com
true
3
Young Researchers and Elite Club, Kermanshah Branch, Islamic Azad University, Kermanshah, I. R. Iran
Young Researchers and Elite Club, Kermanshah Branch, Islamic Azad University, Kermanshah, I. R. Iran
Young Researchers and Elite Club, Kermanshah Branch, Islamic Azad University, Kermanshah, I. R. Iran
AUTHOR
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