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Nanofluid Flow in Porous Media

Edited by

Sadia Ameen

Chonbuk National University

Mohsen Sheikholeslami Kandelousi

Babol Noshirvani University of Technology

Co-editors:

M. Shaheer Akhtar

Chonbuk National University

Hyung-Shik Shin

Chonbuk National University

Studies of fluid flow and heat transfer in a porous medium have been the subject of continuous interest for the past several decades because of the wide range of applications, such as geothermal systems, drying technologies, production of thermal isolators, control of pollutant spread in groundwater, insulation of buildings, solar power collectors, design of nuclear reactors, and compact heat exchangers, etc. There are several models for simulating porous media such as the Darcy model, Non-Darcy model, and non-equilibrium model. In porous media applications, such as the environmental impact of buried nuclear heat-generating waste, chemical reactors, thermal energy transport/storage systems, the cooling of electronic devices, etc., a temperature discrepancy between the solid matrix and the saturating fluid has been observed and recognized.

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Nanofluid Flow in Porous MediaEdited by Sadia Ameen and Mohsen Sheikholeslami Kandelousi

Published: August 19th 2020

DOI: 10.5772/intechopen.77588

ISBN: 978-1-78923-838-9

Print ISBN: 978-1-78923-837-2

eBook (PDF) ISBN: 978-1-83968-342-8

Copyright year: 2020

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1. Introductory Chapter: An Introduction to Nanoporous Materials

By Sadia Ameen, Mohammad Shaheer Akhtar, Rhushikesh Godbole and Hyung-Shik Shin

414

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2. Nanoporous Oxides and Nanoporous Composites

By Dong Duan, Haiyang Wang, Wenyu Shi and Zhanbo Sun

205

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3. Measurement of Heat and Mass Flow Characteristics of Nanofluid in a Porous Parallel-Plate Channel by Darcy-LTNE/LTE, Brinkman-LTNE/LTE Models

By Mohsan Hassan

150

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4. Magneto-Sensitive Smart Materials and Magnetorheological Mechanism

By Yangguang Xu, Guojiang Liao and Taixiang Liu

616

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5. Autowave Processes in Magnetic Fluid: Electrically Controlled Interference

By Vladimir S. Chekanov, Natalya V. Kandaurova, Viktoria I. Drozdova, Galina V. Shagrova, Veniamin V. Romantsev and Mikhail Yu. Shevchenko

193

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6. Synthesis and Application of Porous Kaolin-Based ZSM-5 in the Petrochemical Industry

By Ebrahim Mohiuddin, Yusuf Makarfi Isa, Masikana M. Mdleleni and David Key

388

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7. Thermal Radiation and Thermal Diffusion for Soret and Dufour’s Effects on MHD Flow over Rotating Infinite Disk

By Gamal M. Abdel-Rahman and Faiza M.N. El-fayez

298

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8. MHD Flow and Heat Transfer of Casson Nanofluid through a Porous Media over a Stretching Sheet

By Ayesha Siddiqui and Bandari Shankar

225

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9. Heat Transfer and Thermal Radiation at a General Three-Dimensional in a Nanofluid through a Porous Medium

By Gamal M. Abdel-Rahman and Faiza M.N. El-fayez

170

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10. Effects of MHD on Modified Nanofluid Model with Variable Viscosity in a Porous Medium

By Sohail Nadeem and Nadeem Abbas

454

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11. Porous Low-Dielectric-Constant Material for Semiconductor Microelectronics

By Yi-Lung Cheng and Chih-Yen Lee

608

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12. Variation of Coronal Magnetic Field and Solar Flare Eruption

By Han He

169

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13. Magnetohydrodynamics in Biomedical Applications

By Hamid Farrokhi, David O. Otuya, Anna Khimchenko and Jing Dong

228

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