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Old   June 11, 2015, 03:54
Default Thermal conductivity of nanofluid
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In this article, on pg 6

kr=4.97phi^2+2.72phi+1 has been derived from Hamilton Crosser model (1962), when I tried I am getting kr=1.0737phi^2 + 0.9795phi + 1

Any idea how to derive this kr=4.97phi^2+2.72phi+1
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