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 Shah Deep (121010102011)
 Chauhan Rahul (121010102033)
 Mominsuthar Sahirmohmad (121010102044)
 Parmar Jayveersinh (121010102048)
Enhancement of cooling effect of an automobile system using Nano
fluid-(CuO) in radiator
Guided By,
Riteshkumar Ranjan
Enhancement of cooling effect of an automobile system using Nano fluid-(CuO) in radiator 1
OUTLINE
 History of the cooling system
 Need of cooling system
 Now days used cooling system
 Introduction of the Nano Fluid
 Concept Of Nano Fluid
 Literature Review
 Properties of Nano Fluid
 Production
 Work plan
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INTRODUCTION
 The temperature of the gases in a reciprocating I.C.
engines varies from 40°C to 2500°C during the cycle.
 If the engine is not cooled, then the cylinder and piston
temperatures may exceed to 1500°C.
 At such high temperature, the metals will loose their
properties and expansion of piston will be considerable
and seize the liner.
 The lubrication of the engine will be badly affected if the
engine cylinder temperature exceed 80°C because the
lubricating oil will start evaporating and piston and
cylinder will be badly damaged.
 Therefor, it is essential to maintain the temperature of
engine parts below some limit by cooling.
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NEEDS OF COOLING SYSTEM
 The high temperature reduces the strength of piston and piston rings
and uneven expansion of cylinder and piston may cause the seizure of
the piston.
 The high temperature may cause the decomposition of the lubricating
oil and lubrication between the cylinder wall and piston may
breakdown resulting in a scuffing of the piston.
 If the temperature around the valve exceeds 250°C, the overheating
of the valve because the scuff of the valve guides due to the
lubrication breakdown.
 The tendency of the detonation increases with an increase in the
temperature of the cylinder body.
 The pre-ignition of the charge is possible in spark ignition engine if
the ignition parts initially are at high temperature.
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TYPES OF COOLING SYSTEM
Air cooling system
Liquid cooling system
 Waterless cooling system
 Water cooling system
• Thermo-syphon cooling system (Natural
cooling system)
• Forced circulating cooling system
• Cooling system using thermostatic valve
• Evaporative cooling systemEnhancement of cooling effect of an automobile system using Nano fluid-(CuO) in radiator 5
AIR COOLING SYSTEM
 In this system air is used as a
cooling medium and it is used
for small capacity engine. The
heat transfer co-efficient of air
is very low so that it can only
used in low capacity engines.
By attaching fins to the outside
the engine, the surface contact
area of the engine is increase
so that heat transfer rate is
increased. The use of fins
increases the heat transfer
surface by 5 to 10 times of its
original value.
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WATER COOLING SYSTEM
 In water cooling system,
water is the heat transfer
medium. The heat carrying
capacity of the water is
higher compare to the air. In
high capacity engine or in
multi-cylinder engine water
cooling system is used. For
increasing the cooling effect
in various condition,
additives have been added
in the water, i.e. antifreeze
solution, corrosion inhibitors
(Sodium Benzoate), antifoam
additives, dyes etc.
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COMPONENTS IN WATER COOLING SYSTEM
 Radiator
 Fan
 Water Pump
 Cooling Pipes
 Upper hose pipe
 Lower hose pipe
 Pressure Cap
 Thermostat
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WATERLESS COOLING SYSTEM
 A proprietary blend, Soluble additives, No Water
 Boiling Point: 190°C
 Pour Point: -40°C
 Lifetime Coolant if they do not become
contaminated with water.
 Reduced Toxicity
 Improve fuel economy
 Offers environmental Advantages
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COOLING WITH THE HELP
OF NANO-FLUID
Copper Oxide (CuO)
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INTRODUCTION
 Nano fluid is a fluid containing nanometer sized particles,
called nanoparticles.
 These fluids are engineered colloidal suspensions of
nanoparticles in a base fluid.
 The nanoparticles used in Nano fluids are typically made
of metals, oxides, carbides, or carbon nanotubes.
 Common base fluids include water and ethylene glycol.
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INTRODUCTION
 Nano fluids have novel properties that make them
potentially useful in many applications in heat transfer
including microelectronics, fuel cells, pharmaceutical
processes, and hybrid-powered engines.
 They exhibit enhanced thermal conductivity and the
convective heat transfer coefficient compared to the base
fluid.
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DEVELOPMENT AND CONCEPT OF NANO FLUID
 It is well known that at room temperature, metallic solids possess an
order-of-magnitude higher thermal conductivity than fluids.
 The thermal conductivity of copper at room temperature is about 700
times greater than that of water and about 3000 times greater than
that of engine oil.
 Therefore, the thermal conductivities of fluids containing suspended
solid metallic or on-metallic (metallic oxide) particles would be
expected to be significantly higher than those of conventional heat
transfer fluids.
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DEVELOPMENT AND CONCEPT OF NANO FLUID
 The main problems of using such suspensions are the rapid
setting of particles, clogging of flow channels and
increased pressure drop in the fluid.
 In contrast, nanoparticles due to their high surface to
volume ratio can remain in suspension and thereby reduce
erosion and clogging.
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WHY USE NANOPARTICLES?
 The basic concept of dispersing solid particles in fluids to
enhance thermal conductivity can be traced back to
Maxwell in the 19th Century.
 Studies of thermal conductivity of suspensions have been
confined to mm - or mm - sized particles.
 The major challenge is the rapid settling of these particles
in fluids.
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WHY USE NANOPARTICLES?
 Nanoparticles stay suspended much longer than micro-
particles and, if below a threshold level and/or enhanced
with surfactants/stabilizers, remain in suspension almost
indefinitely.
 Furthermore, the surface area per unit volume of
nanoparticles is much larger than that of micro particles.
 These properties can be utilized to develop stable
suspensions with enhanced flow, heat-transfer, and other
characteristics.
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LITERATURE REVIEW
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Author Definition Abstract Conclusion
Ankush
D.Tharkar,
Shailendra
M.Lawankar
Nano Fluid a
coolant for
air finned
heat
exchanger:
The Review
Nano fluids are
differentiated as
metallic and nonmetallic
nanoparticles according
to material type since
different nanoparticles
need their own stability
method. various
nanoparticle types with
different base fluids are
invented and they are
studied. The main aim
of this review paper is
to summarize the use of
modified coolant for
heat exchanger by using
Nano fluid along with
their properties.
From literature survey it is
observed that these fluids offer
higher thermal conductivity
compared to that of
conventional coolants like ethyl
glycol. Some of the Nano fluid
copper oxide, Iron Oxide,
Aluminum Nitride are explain
with different preparation
method. Various way of
calculating properties of the
fluid are also mentioned in this
review. Therefore, further
research investigations are
needed to comprehensively
understand the stability of Nano
fluids before evolving new
energy efficient heat transfer
fluids specific to applications
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Author Definition Abstract Conclusion
Mostafa
Jalal,
Hossein
Meisami and
Mohammad
Pouyagohar
Experimental
Study of
CuO/Water
Nano fluid
Effect on
Convective
Heat
Transfer of a
Heat Sink
Different parameters affecting
the heat transfer characteristics
were investigated so that the
influence of each parameter
can be determined. Three
volumetric fractions of
nanoparticles as = 3.5, 4, 4.5
and 5 vlo% were used to prepare
the Nano fluid for the
experiment. The Reynolds
number varied from 400 to
2000, the convective heat
transfer coefficients were
determined. The results gained
in the study showed that
dispersion of CuO nanoparticles
in water significantly increased
the overall heat transfer
coefficient while thermal
resistance of heat sink
decreased.
• CuO nanoparticles
dispersed into the water
increased heat transfer
coefficient of the heat
sink significantly. This
outperformance can be
mainly attributed to
higher thermal
conductivity of the Nano
fluids and Brownian
motion of particles.
• Amount of augmentation
in heat transfer
coefficient increased with
increasing particle
concentrations and the
amount of heat transfer
enhancement did
decrease at higher
Reynolds numbers.
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Author Definition Abstract Conclusion
Parashurama M S, Dr.
Dhananjaya D A,
Naveena Kumar R R
Experimental
Study of Heat
Transfer in a
Radiator using
Nano fluid
This study attempts
to investigate the
heat transfer
characteristics of
an automobile
radiator using
water combination
based CuO Nano
fluids as coolants.
Thermal
performance of an
automobile radiator
operated with Nano
fluids is compared
with a radiator
using conventional
coolants.
The heat transfer rate for
CuO-water Nano fluid at
volume fraction 10% was
studied. The results indicate
that the overall heat transfer
coefficient of Nano fluid is
greater than that of water
alone and therefore the total
heat transfer area of the
radiator can be reduced.
However, the considerable
increase in associated
pumping power may impose
some limitations on the
efficient use of this type of
Nano fluid in automotive
diesel engine radiators.
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DIFFERENT NANO FLUIDS
 Copper Oxide (CuO)
 Iron Oxide (Fe2O3)
 Aluminum Oxide (Al2O3)
 Titanium Oxide (TiO2)
 Zirconia (ZrO2)
 Tungsten Trioxide (WO3)
 Silicon Oxide (SiO2)
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THERMAL CONDUCTIVITY
Material Form Thermal conductivity
(W/m K)
Carbon Nanotubes
Diamonds
Graphite
Fullerenes film
1800-6600
2300
110-190
0.4
Metallic Solids (Pure) Silver
Copper
Nickel
429
401
237
Non-Metallic Solids Silicon 148
Metallic Liquids Aluminum
Sodium at 644 K
40
72.3
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THERMAL AND PHYSICAL PROPOERTIES OF
NANO PARTICLES AND BASE FLUID
Sr. No Property Copper Oxide Water
1. Thermal
Conductivity
(W/mK)
400 0.605
2. Density (kg/m3) 8933 997.1
3. Specific Heat
(J/kgK)
385 4195
4. Dynamic Viscosity - 0.001003
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PROPERTIES
Chemical Formula: CuO
Molar Mass: 79.454 g/mol
Form: Powder
Color: Black to Brown-Black
Melting Point: 1326°C
Boiling Point: 2000°C
Density: 6.315 g/cm3
Material to be avoided: Oxidizing agents, Acids
Solubility: Insoluble in Water, Alcohol, Ammonium Hydroxide, Ammonium Carbonate
Soluble in Ammonium Chloride, Potassium Cyanide, ethyl Glycol
Flash Point: Non-flammable
Crystal Structure: Monoclinic
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PRODUCTION
 Copper oxide nanoparticles can be synthesized using the
aqueous precipitation method. In this method, copper and
nitric acid is used as a precursor and sodium hydroxide as
a stabilizing agent.
 Single phase monoclinic structure of the copper oxide
nanoparticles is revealed using X-ray diffraction. The
rectangular morphology of the copper oxide nanoparticles
is revealed using the scanning electron microscopy.
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ADVANTAGES
 High dispersion stability with predominant Brownian
motion of particles
 Reduced particle clogging as compared to convention
slurries, thus promoting system miniaturization
 Reduced pumping power as compared to pure liquid to
achieve equivalent heat transfer intensification
 Adjustable properties, including thermal conductivity and
surface wet-ability, by varying particle concentrations to
suit different applications
 High specific surface area and therefore more heat
transfer surface between particles and fluids
 Low Cost compared to EG base fluid
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WORK PLAN
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LITERATURE
 “Nano Fluid a coolant for air finned heat exchanger: The Review” by
Ankush D.Tharkar, Shailendra M.Lawankar
 “Experimental Study of CuO/Water Nanofluid Effect on Convective Heat
Transfer of a Heat Sink” by Mostafa Jalal, Hossein Meisami and Mohammad
Pouyagohar
 “IMPROVED EFFICIENCY OF NANO COOLANTS” by Ankit Jain, Devender
Pratap, Satyapal Yadav
 “Experimental Study of Heat Transfer in a Radiator using Nanofluid” by
Parashurama M S, Dr. Dhananjaya D A, Naveena Kumar R R
 “Experimental Investigation of Heat Transfer Rate In Automobile Radiator
Using Nanofluid” by Ravi Adwani, Shri Krishna Choudhary
 “A Review on applications and challenges of Nano-fluids as coolant in
Automobile Radiator” by Rahul A. Bhogare, B. S. Kothawale
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THANK YOU
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CuO nano fluid as coolant

  • 1. IPCOWALA INSTITUTE OF ENGINEERING AND TECHNOLOGY Submitted by,  Shah Deep (121010102011)  Chauhan Rahul (121010102033)  Mominsuthar Sahirmohmad (121010102044)  Parmar Jayveersinh (121010102048) Enhancement of cooling effect of an automobile system using Nano fluid-(CuO) in radiator Guided By, Riteshkumar Ranjan Enhancement of cooling effect of an automobile system using Nano fluid-(CuO) in radiator 1
  • 2. OUTLINE  History of the cooling system  Need of cooling system  Now days used cooling system  Introduction of the Nano Fluid  Concept Of Nano Fluid  Literature Review  Properties of Nano Fluid  Production  Work plan Enhancement of cooling effect of an automobile system using Nano fluid-(CuO) in radiator 2
  • 3. INTRODUCTION  The temperature of the gases in a reciprocating I.C. engines varies from 40°C to 2500°C during the cycle.  If the engine is not cooled, then the cylinder and piston temperatures may exceed to 1500°C.  At such high temperature, the metals will loose their properties and expansion of piston will be considerable and seize the liner.  The lubrication of the engine will be badly affected if the engine cylinder temperature exceed 80°C because the lubricating oil will start evaporating and piston and cylinder will be badly damaged.  Therefor, it is essential to maintain the temperature of engine parts below some limit by cooling. Enhancement of cooling effect of an automobile system using Nano fluid-(CuO) in radiator 3
  • 4. NEEDS OF COOLING SYSTEM  The high temperature reduces the strength of piston and piston rings and uneven expansion of cylinder and piston may cause the seizure of the piston.  The high temperature may cause the decomposition of the lubricating oil and lubrication between the cylinder wall and piston may breakdown resulting in a scuffing of the piston.  If the temperature around the valve exceeds 250°C, the overheating of the valve because the scuff of the valve guides due to the lubrication breakdown.  The tendency of the detonation increases with an increase in the temperature of the cylinder body.  The pre-ignition of the charge is possible in spark ignition engine if the ignition parts initially are at high temperature. Enhancement of cooling effect of an automobile system using Nano fluid-(CuO) in radiator 4
  • 5. TYPES OF COOLING SYSTEM Air cooling system Liquid cooling system  Waterless cooling system  Water cooling system • Thermo-syphon cooling system (Natural cooling system) • Forced circulating cooling system • Cooling system using thermostatic valve • Evaporative cooling systemEnhancement of cooling effect of an automobile system using Nano fluid-(CuO) in radiator 5
  • 6. AIR COOLING SYSTEM  In this system air is used as a cooling medium and it is used for small capacity engine. The heat transfer co-efficient of air is very low so that it can only used in low capacity engines. By attaching fins to the outside the engine, the surface contact area of the engine is increase so that heat transfer rate is increased. The use of fins increases the heat transfer surface by 5 to 10 times of its original value. Enhancement of cooling effect of an automobile system using Nano fluid-(CuO) in radiator 6
  • 7. WATER COOLING SYSTEM  In water cooling system, water is the heat transfer medium. The heat carrying capacity of the water is higher compare to the air. In high capacity engine or in multi-cylinder engine water cooling system is used. For increasing the cooling effect in various condition, additives have been added in the water, i.e. antifreeze solution, corrosion inhibitors (Sodium Benzoate), antifoam additives, dyes etc. Enhancement of cooling effect of an automobile system using Nano fluid-(CuO) in radiator 7
  • 8. COMPONENTS IN WATER COOLING SYSTEM  Radiator  Fan  Water Pump  Cooling Pipes  Upper hose pipe  Lower hose pipe  Pressure Cap  Thermostat Enhancement of cooling effect of an automobile system using Nano fluid-(CuO) in radiator 8
  • 9. WATERLESS COOLING SYSTEM  A proprietary blend, Soluble additives, No Water  Boiling Point: 190°C  Pour Point: -40°C  Lifetime Coolant if they do not become contaminated with water.  Reduced Toxicity  Improve fuel economy  Offers environmental Advantages Enhancement of cooling effect of an automobile system using Nano fluid-(CuO) in radiator 9
  • 10. COOLING WITH THE HELP OF NANO-FLUID Copper Oxide (CuO) Enhancement of cooling effect of an automobile system using Nano fluid-(CuO) in radiator 10
  • 11. INTRODUCTION  Nano fluid is a fluid containing nanometer sized particles, called nanoparticles.  These fluids are engineered colloidal suspensions of nanoparticles in a base fluid.  The nanoparticles used in Nano fluids are typically made of metals, oxides, carbides, or carbon nanotubes.  Common base fluids include water and ethylene glycol. Enhancement of cooling effect of an automobile system using Nano fluid-(CuO) in radiator 11
  • 12. INTRODUCTION  Nano fluids have novel properties that make them potentially useful in many applications in heat transfer including microelectronics, fuel cells, pharmaceutical processes, and hybrid-powered engines.  They exhibit enhanced thermal conductivity and the convective heat transfer coefficient compared to the base fluid. Enhancement of cooling effect of an automobile system using Nano fluid-(CuO) in radiator 12
  • 13. DEVELOPMENT AND CONCEPT OF NANO FLUID  It is well known that at room temperature, metallic solids possess an order-of-magnitude higher thermal conductivity than fluids.  The thermal conductivity of copper at room temperature is about 700 times greater than that of water and about 3000 times greater than that of engine oil.  Therefore, the thermal conductivities of fluids containing suspended solid metallic or on-metallic (metallic oxide) particles would be expected to be significantly higher than those of conventional heat transfer fluids. Enhancement of cooling effect of an automobile system using Nano fluid-(CuO) in radiator 13
  • 14. DEVELOPMENT AND CONCEPT OF NANO FLUID  The main problems of using such suspensions are the rapid setting of particles, clogging of flow channels and increased pressure drop in the fluid.  In contrast, nanoparticles due to their high surface to volume ratio can remain in suspension and thereby reduce erosion and clogging. Enhancement of cooling effect of an automobile system using Nano fluid-(CuO) in radiator 14
  • 15. WHY USE NANOPARTICLES?  The basic concept of dispersing solid particles in fluids to enhance thermal conductivity can be traced back to Maxwell in the 19th Century.  Studies of thermal conductivity of suspensions have been confined to mm - or mm - sized particles.  The major challenge is the rapid settling of these particles in fluids. Enhancement of cooling effect of an automobile system using Nano fluid-(CuO) in radiator 15
  • 16. WHY USE NANOPARTICLES?  Nanoparticles stay suspended much longer than micro- particles and, if below a threshold level and/or enhanced with surfactants/stabilizers, remain in suspension almost indefinitely.  Furthermore, the surface area per unit volume of nanoparticles is much larger than that of micro particles.  These properties can be utilized to develop stable suspensions with enhanced flow, heat-transfer, and other characteristics. Enhancement of cooling effect of an automobile system using Nano fluid-(CuO) in radiator 16
  • 17. LITERATURE REVIEW Enhancement of cooling effect of an automobile system using Nano fluid-(CuO) in radiator 17
  • 18. Author Definition Abstract Conclusion Ankush D.Tharkar, Shailendra M.Lawankar Nano Fluid a coolant for air finned heat exchanger: The Review Nano fluids are differentiated as metallic and nonmetallic nanoparticles according to material type since different nanoparticles need their own stability method. various nanoparticle types with different base fluids are invented and they are studied. The main aim of this review paper is to summarize the use of modified coolant for heat exchanger by using Nano fluid along with their properties. From literature survey it is observed that these fluids offer higher thermal conductivity compared to that of conventional coolants like ethyl glycol. Some of the Nano fluid copper oxide, Iron Oxide, Aluminum Nitride are explain with different preparation method. Various way of calculating properties of the fluid are also mentioned in this review. Therefore, further research investigations are needed to comprehensively understand the stability of Nano fluids before evolving new energy efficient heat transfer fluids specific to applications Enhancement of cooling effect of an automobile system using Nano fluid-(CuO) in radiator 18
  • 19. Author Definition Abstract Conclusion Mostafa Jalal, Hossein Meisami and Mohammad Pouyagohar Experimental Study of CuO/Water Nano fluid Effect on Convective Heat Transfer of a Heat Sink Different parameters affecting the heat transfer characteristics were investigated so that the influence of each parameter can be determined. Three volumetric fractions of nanoparticles as = 3.5, 4, 4.5 and 5 vlo% were used to prepare the Nano fluid for the experiment. The Reynolds number varied from 400 to 2000, the convective heat transfer coefficients were determined. The results gained in the study showed that dispersion of CuO nanoparticles in water significantly increased the overall heat transfer coefficient while thermal resistance of heat sink decreased. • CuO nanoparticles dispersed into the water increased heat transfer coefficient of the heat sink significantly. This outperformance can be mainly attributed to higher thermal conductivity of the Nano fluids and Brownian motion of particles. • Amount of augmentation in heat transfer coefficient increased with increasing particle concentrations and the amount of heat transfer enhancement did decrease at higher Reynolds numbers. Enhancement of cooling effect of an automobile system using Nano fluid-(CuO) in radiator 19
  • 20. Author Definition Abstract Conclusion Parashurama M S, Dr. Dhananjaya D A, Naveena Kumar R R Experimental Study of Heat Transfer in a Radiator using Nano fluid This study attempts to investigate the heat transfer characteristics of an automobile radiator using water combination based CuO Nano fluids as coolants. Thermal performance of an automobile radiator operated with Nano fluids is compared with a radiator using conventional coolants. The heat transfer rate for CuO-water Nano fluid at volume fraction 10% was studied. The results indicate that the overall heat transfer coefficient of Nano fluid is greater than that of water alone and therefore the total heat transfer area of the radiator can be reduced. However, the considerable increase in associated pumping power may impose some limitations on the efficient use of this type of Nano fluid in automotive diesel engine radiators. Enhancement of cooling effect of an automobile system using Nano fluid-(CuO) in radiator 20
  • 21. DIFFERENT NANO FLUIDS  Copper Oxide (CuO)  Iron Oxide (Fe2O3)  Aluminum Oxide (Al2O3)  Titanium Oxide (TiO2)  Zirconia (ZrO2)  Tungsten Trioxide (WO3)  Silicon Oxide (SiO2) Enhancement of cooling effect of an automobile system using Nano fluid-(CuO) in radiator 21
  • 22. THERMAL CONDUCTIVITY Material Form Thermal conductivity (W/m K) Carbon Nanotubes Diamonds Graphite Fullerenes film 1800-6600 2300 110-190 0.4 Metallic Solids (Pure) Silver Copper Nickel 429 401 237 Non-Metallic Solids Silicon 148 Metallic Liquids Aluminum Sodium at 644 K 40 72.3 Enhancement of cooling effect of an automobile system using Nano fluid-(CuO) in radiator 22
  • 23. THERMAL AND PHYSICAL PROPOERTIES OF NANO PARTICLES AND BASE FLUID Sr. No Property Copper Oxide Water 1. Thermal Conductivity (W/mK) 400 0.605 2. Density (kg/m3) 8933 997.1 3. Specific Heat (J/kgK) 385 4195 4. Dynamic Viscosity - 0.001003 Enhancement of cooling effect of an automobile system using Nano fluid-(CuO) in radiator 23
  • 24. PROPERTIES Chemical Formula: CuO Molar Mass: 79.454 g/mol Form: Powder Color: Black to Brown-Black Melting Point: 1326°C Boiling Point: 2000°C Density: 6.315 g/cm3 Material to be avoided: Oxidizing agents, Acids Solubility: Insoluble in Water, Alcohol, Ammonium Hydroxide, Ammonium Carbonate Soluble in Ammonium Chloride, Potassium Cyanide, ethyl Glycol Flash Point: Non-flammable Crystal Structure: Monoclinic Enhancement of cooling effect of an automobile system using Nano fluid-(CuO) in radiator 24
  • 25. PRODUCTION  Copper oxide nanoparticles can be synthesized using the aqueous precipitation method. In this method, copper and nitric acid is used as a precursor and sodium hydroxide as a stabilizing agent.  Single phase monoclinic structure of the copper oxide nanoparticles is revealed using X-ray diffraction. The rectangular morphology of the copper oxide nanoparticles is revealed using the scanning electron microscopy. Enhancement of cooling effect of an automobile system using Nano fluid-(CuO) in radiator 25
  • 26. ADVANTAGES  High dispersion stability with predominant Brownian motion of particles  Reduced particle clogging as compared to convention slurries, thus promoting system miniaturization  Reduced pumping power as compared to pure liquid to achieve equivalent heat transfer intensification  Adjustable properties, including thermal conductivity and surface wet-ability, by varying particle concentrations to suit different applications  High specific surface area and therefore more heat transfer surface between particles and fluids  Low Cost compared to EG base fluid Enhancement of cooling effect of an automobile system using Nano fluid-(CuO) in radiator 26
  • 27. WORK PLAN Enhancement of cooling effect of an automobile system using Nano fluid-(CuO) in radiator 27
  • 28. LITERATURE  “Nano Fluid a coolant for air finned heat exchanger: The Review” by Ankush D.Tharkar, Shailendra M.Lawankar  “Experimental Study of CuO/Water Nanofluid Effect on Convective Heat Transfer of a Heat Sink” by Mostafa Jalal, Hossein Meisami and Mohammad Pouyagohar  “IMPROVED EFFICIENCY OF NANO COOLANTS” by Ankit Jain, Devender Pratap, Satyapal Yadav  “Experimental Study of Heat Transfer in a Radiator using Nanofluid” by Parashurama M S, Dr. Dhananjaya D A, Naveena Kumar R R  “Experimental Investigation of Heat Transfer Rate In Automobile Radiator Using Nanofluid” by Ravi Adwani, Shri Krishna Choudhary  “A Review on applications and challenges of Nano-fluids as coolant in Automobile Radiator” by Rahul A. Bhogare, B. S. Kothawale Enhancement of cooling effect of an automobile system using Nano fluid-(CuO) in radiator 28
  • 29. THANK YOU Enhancement of cooling effect of an automobile system using Nano fluid-(CuO) in radiator 29