Frictional Pressure Drop and Cost Savings for Graphene Nanoplatelets Nanofluids in Turbulent Flow Environments

graphene nanoplatelets; carbon, oxygen, silicon, and sulfur, with the excellent quality of the tested samples and agree with the results found in the literature ments of the GNPs;corresponding carbon, oxygen silicon,95.36%, and sulfur, withand the corresponding atomic(O), content being

Reem Sabah Mohammad; Mohammed Suleman Aldlemy; Mu’ataz S. Al Hassan; Aziz Ibrahim Abdulla; Miklas Scholz; Zaher Mundher Yaseen

2021

Scholarcy highlights

  • Water and four samples of Covalent-functionalized graphene nanoplatelets) in different wight concentrations were regarded as heat transfer fluids in this model
  • There is a maximum peak at the absorption range of ~260–270 nm nm for all of tested the tested samples
  • GNPs; carbon, oxygen, silicon, and sulfur, with the excellent quality of the tested samples and agree with the results found in the literature ments of the GNPs;corresponding carbon, oxygen silicon,95.36%, and sulfur, withand the corresponding atomic(O), content being
  • Compared to the Blasius formula, the model established in this study was validated and reported an average deviation of 4.849%
  • Relative to the distilled water, the frictional pressure drop increased by 27.80% for 0.025 wt.%, 35.69%
  • The additional daily electrical cost was as USD 214, USD 350, USD 416, USD 482, and USD 558 for distilled water 0.025 wt.%, 0.05 wt.%, 0.075 wt.%, and 0.1 wt.%, respectively

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