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Title: Effect of Heat Transfer on the Growing Bubble with the Nanoparticles/Water Nanofluids in Turbulent Flow
Authors: Abu-Nab, A. K.
Abu-Bakr, A. F.
Issue Date: 2021
Publisher: International Information and Engineering Technology Association
Citation: Abu-Nab A. K. Effect of Heat Transfer on the Growing Bubble with the Nanoparticles/Water Nanofluids in Turbulent Flow / A. K. Abu-Nab, A. F. Abu-Bakr. — DOI 10.18280/mmep.080112 // Mathematical Modelling of Engineering Problems. — 2021. — Vol. 8. — Iss. 1. — P. 95-102.
Abstract: This paper is devoted to study the effect of heat transfer on the temperature distribution in a superheated liquid during the growth of vapour bubbles immersed in different types of nanoparticles/water nanofluids between two-phase turbulent flow. The mathematical model is formulated and solved analytically depending on Scriven’s theory and using the modification of the method of the similarity parameters between two finite boundaries. The characteristics of vapour bubble growth and temperature distribution are obtained by using the thermo-physical properties of nanoparticles nanofluids. The results indicate that the nanoparticle volume concentration reduces the bubble growth process under the effect of heat transfer. The better agreements are achieved, for bubble dynamics in turbulent nanofluid using the appropriate numerical and theoretical data for the values of concentration rate of nanoparticles χ=0,0.2,0.4. The temperature distribution surrounding the regime of bubble growth in pure water is more intensive than in other cases of Al2O3/H2O, Fe3O4/H2O and CuO/H2O nanofluids in turbulent flow. A Comparison of the current solution with previous works is carried out and discussed. © 2021. All Rights Reserved.
Access: info:eu-repo/semantics/openAccess
SCOPUS ID: 85103482167
PURE ID: 21172160
ISSN: 23690739
DOI: 10.18280/mmep.080112
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