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Title: Viscosity of mono vs hybrid nanofluids: Measurement and comparison
Authors: Fadzli, K.
Abdullah, M.Z.
Mazlan, N.M.
Mohamaed, A.R.
Janvekar, A.A.
Nasir, F.M.
Issue Date: 2020
Publisher: IOP Conference Series: Materials Science and Engineering
Citation: Fadzli, K., Abdullah, M.Z., Mazlan, N.M., Mohamaed, A.R., Janvekar, A.A., Nasir, F.M. Viscosity of mono vs hybrid nanofluids: Measurement and comparison (2020) IOP Conference Series: Materials Science and Engineering, 852 (1). DOI: 10.1088/1757-899X/852/1/012086
Abstract: The authors aimed to look into the viscosity investigation of mono and hybrid Aluminium Oxide/Silicon Oxide (Al2O3/SiO) based nanofluids. The viscosity methods were carried out for mono nanofluids as well as hybrid nanofluid, which are suspended in base fluid (water). Both mono and hybrid nanofluids of Al2O3/SiO were developed in concentration, which vary from 0.01% to 1.00%. The methodology invoked for viscosity measurement was done by spindle rotation technique, which uses Anton Paar RheolabQC rotational rheometer at temperatures of 30 - 70 ° C. The results imply that viscosity of nanofluids was directly proportional to volume concentration and temperature.
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