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A Comparative Study on the Characteristics of Nanofluids to the Shape of Graphene and Carbon Nanotube
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A Comparative Study on the Characteristics of Nanofluids to the Shape of Graphene and Carbon Nanotube
Park, Sung-Seek; Han, Sang-Pil; Jeon, Yong-Han; Kim, Jong-Yoon; Kim, Nam-Jin;
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 Abstract
Recently, high-thermal-conductivity graphene and carbon nanotube nanoparticles have attracted particularly close attention from researchers. In the present study, the thermal conductivity and viscosity properties of two kinds of graphene and carbon nanotube nanofluids added to distilled water - two graphenes and carbon nanotubes of differing size - were compared and analyzed. The thermal conductivities of the nanofluids, formulated in the usual manner by adding graphene and carbon nanotube to distilled water and subjecting the mixture to ultrasonic dispersion, were measured by the transient hot-wire method, and the viscosities were determined using a rotational digital viscometer. As a result, we concluded that the nanofluid of small particle diameter of graphene have outstanding properties as heat transfer media, due to their excellent thermal conductivity and viscosity, compared with the other nanofluid.
 Keywords
Graphene;Carbon nanotube;Nanofluids;Thermal conductivityn;Viscosity;
 Language
Korean
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