Visit and seminar by Prof. Bruno D’ Aguanno: On the current understanding of thermal properties of nanofluids at high temperature

Computational Physics Group

As part of his visit, Prof.  Bruno D’ Aguanno from CIC Energigune, Parque Tecnológico, Miñano, Álava, Spain will give a seminar on Wednesday the 6th of April, at 2 pm (room ENG209 in the Engineering Hub, building 13 on the university map). Please join us in attending this interesting talk on nanofluids.

On the current understanding of thermal properties of nanofluids at high temperature

The fast growing industrial and technological sectors connected with the use of concentrated solar power, CSP, and with the re-use of waste heat are requesting increasing and increasing research efforts on the development of new materials with enhanced thermal energy storage and conservation properties, as well as with enhanced thermal energy transport properties. The two quantities that largely control the mentioned properties are the heat capacity, CP, and the thermal conductivity, 𝜅. The most promising materials with enhanced thermal properties appear to be…

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