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CFD Analysis on Forced Convection Heat Transfer of KNO3–Ca (NO3)2 + TiO2 Molten Salt Nanofluid in Circular Tube

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CFD Analysis on Forced Convection Heat Transfer of KNO3–Ca (NO3)2 + TiO2 Molten Salt Nanofluid in Circular Tube


Prof. Om Prakash | Sourav Raj



Prof. Om Prakash | Sourav Raj "CFD Analysis on Forced Convection Heat Transfer of KNO3–Ca (NO3)2 + TiO2 Molten Salt Nanofluid in Circular Tube" Published in International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development (ijtsrd), ISSN: 2456-6470, Volume-5 | Issue-3, April 2021, pp.450-460, URL: https://www.ijtsrd.com/papers/ijtsrd39853.pdf

Nanotechnology has been a global movement in recent decades. The possibility of manipulating atomic and molecular materials has resulted in previously unimaginable properties and characteristics. The molten salt nanofluid created by integrating nanoparticles into molten salt has a much higher specific heat capacity and thermal conductivity than the base molten salt, resulting in a higher heat storage density and lower heat storage cost than the base molten salt. Since the discovery of molten salt nanofluid's excellent thermal properties, the heat transfer of molten salt nanofluid has piqued engineers' curiosity. In this analysis, the forced convection heat transfer of KNO3–Ca (NO3)2 + TiO2 molten salt nanofluid in circular tube was investigated using a 3-dimensional numerical (3-D) simulation. The simulation programme ANSYS 17.0 was used for study of the heat transfer physiognomies of a KNO3–Ca (NO3)2 + TiO2 molten salt nanofluid in circular tube. The effect of nanofluid were measured and observed to influence the heat transfer and flow of fluids in a heat exchanger. The following conclusions can be drawn based on the provided results: The KNO3–Ca (NO3)2 + TiO2 molten salt nanofluid performed slightly better in forced convection heat transfer than the KNO3–Ca (NO3)2 + SiO2 molten salt nanofluid under the same working conditions. KNO3–Ca (NO3)2 + TiO2 molten salt nanofluid had a 14.79 percent higher Nusselt number than KNO3–Ca (NO3)2 + SiO2 molten salt nanofluid.

Nanofluids, Molten Salts, Reynold’s number, Heat transfer, Nusselt Number, CFD


IJTSRD39853
Volume-5 | Issue-3, April 2021
450-460
IJTSRD | www.ijtsrd.com | E-ISSN 2456-6470
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