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[00885] Hybrid nanofluid of Heimenz flow over electromagnetic surface: Enhancement in thermal energy

  • Session Time & Room : 3C (Aug.23, 13:20-15:00) @D505
  • Type : Industrial Contributed Talk
  • Abstract : Over decades, the Hiemenz flow for heat transfer mechanism has gained a lot of significant consideration from engineers and researchers owing to the optimal rates of heat transfer, pressure and mass deposition near stagnation point in high speed flows. The stagnation region flows, initiated by Hiemenz [1], are very frequent and extensively adopted for modeling in considerable fields, such as micro cooling systems, extrusions with a die, continuous casting, jet impingements, and-so-forth. The novel and advanced concepts of nanofluids offer fascinating heat transfer characteristics compared to conventional heat transfer fluids. Applications of nanofluids in industries such as heat exchanging devices, cool automobile engines and welding equipment and to cool high heat-flux devices such as high power microwave tubes and high-power laser diode arrays. Hybrid nanofluids can also effectively be used for a wide variety of industries, ranging from transportation to energy production and in electronics systems like microprocessors, drug distributors to check the chemical reactions of drugs in blood, as coolants and heat exchangers for better heat transfer, as lubricators, in nuclear reactors for thermal emission and absorption, solar concentrators for absorbing much of the solar radiation, and many more. The objective of this study to improve the heat transfer rate by solving Hiemenz flow of hybrid nanofluid over an electromagnetic surface.
  • Classification : 76-10, Heat transfer
  • Format : Online Talk on Zoom
  • Author(s) :
    • Islam Zari (University of Peshawar)
    • Karlygash Dosmagulova (Ghent University, Belgium)
    • Chinwendu Emilian MADUBUEZE (Federal university of Agriculture Makurdi Nigeria )