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1+1>2: Extraordinary Fluid Conductivity Enhancement

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We present the experimental evidence of substantial increases in fluid thermal conductivity (up to 139%) by adding some fluids even with lower conductivity. This leads to a new type of thermal-wave fluids that could serve as heat transfer fluid of the future much better than recently-proposed nanofluids.

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Keywords: Thermal-wave fluids; nanofluids; oil/water emulsion; thermal conductivity; thermal waves

Document Type: Research Article

Publication date: 2009-11-01

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