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Old   July 21, 2011, 08:53
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Dear my friends,
I am going to modeling nanofluid heat transfer in a tube, is there any tutorial or document please ?

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hi.
No, there is no tutorial. But I think the only thing that changes in many nano-fluids is material properties such as thermal conductivity, heat capacity and others. So, there is no change in scalar equations.
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