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23 january 2022 10:09:06

 
Molecules, Vol. 27, Pages 729: Experimental Study of Halloysite Nanofluids in Pool Boiling Heat Transfer (Molecules)
 


Halloysite nanotube (HNT) which is cheap, natural, and easily accessible 1D clay, can be used in many applications, particularly heat transfer enhancement. The aim of this research is to study experimentally the pool boiling heat transfer (PBHT) performance of novel halloysite nanofluids at atmospheric pressure condition from typical horizontal heater. The nanofluids are prepared from halloysite nanotubes (HNTs) nanomaterials-based deionized water (DI water) with the presence of sodium hydroxide (NaOH) solution to control pH = 12 to obtain stable nanofluid. The nanofluids were prepared with dilute volume concentrations of 0.01–0.5 vol%. The performance of PBHT is studied via pool boiling curve and pool boiling heat transfer coefficient (PBHTC) from the typical heater which is the copper horizontal tube with a thickness of 1 mm and a diameter of 22 mm. The temperatures of the heated tube surface are measured to obtain the PBHTC. The results show an improvement of PBHTC for halloysite nanofluids compared to the base fluid. At 0.05 vol% concentration, HNT nanofluid has the best enhancement of 5.8% at moderate heat flux (HF). This indicates that HNT is a potential material in heat transfer applications.


 
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