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Nanofluids are fluids containing nanometer (~1-100*10-9m) sized particles. It is engineered colloidal suspension of solid state nano-particles in a base fluid. Experiments suggest that the
A technology that is often overlooked as a design option are heat pipes. Although it is widely used by many industries it is sometimes considered
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The thermal design has from its early days and forward focused on the calculation accuracy problem. Great progresses have been made. The best methods nowadays