Hybrid Nanofluids for Convection Heat Transfer discusses how to maximize heat transfer rates with the addition of nanoparticles into conventional heat transfer fluids. The book addresses definitions, preparation techniques, thermophysical properties and heat transfer characteristics with mathematical models, performance-affecting factors, and core applications with implementation challenges of hybrid nanofluids. The work adopts mathematical models and schematic diagrams in review of available experimental methods. It enables readers to create new techniques, resolve existing research problems, and ultimately to implement hybrid nanofluids in convection heat transfer applications.
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1. History and introduction 2. Hybrid nanofluids preparation method 3. Thermophysical and rheological properties of hybrid nanofluids 4. Hybrid nanofluids as a heat transferring media 5. Performance effecting parameters of hybrid nanofluids 6. Applications of hybrid nanofluids in different fields 7. Barriers and challenges in hybrid nanofluids development and implementation
Hafiz Muhammad Ali is an Associate Professor of Mechanical Engineering at King Fahd University of Petroleum and Minerals, Saudi Arabia. He completed his PhD on condensation heat transfer at Queen Mary University of London, in the UK in 2011. He then joined the Mechanical Engineering Department of the University of Engineering and Technology of Taxila, Pakistan where he taught both undergrads and postgrads. He worked as a postdoctoral fellow at Mechanical Engineering Department of the University of California, Merced, USA in 2016. His main research areas are condensation, boiling, nanofluids, phase change materials, thermal systems, desalination and solar energy.