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Response to “Comment on ‘Particle concentration and tube size dependence of viscosities of -water nanofluids flowing through micro-and minitubes’” [Appl. Phys. Lett.94, 066101 (2009)]
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FIG. 1.

OM micrograph of the cross section of a circular tube with a nominal ID of used in the previous experiments (Ref. 1) and (b) SEM image of the cross section of a circular tube with a nominal ID of characterized by Judy et al. (Ref. 5).

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TEM micrograph of nanoparticles dispersed in de-ionized water. The sample was drop cast from a nanofluid onto the TEM grid.

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Effect of volume concentration and tube diameter on the viscosity enhancement of -water nanofluids. The present model predictions (dashed lines) are in excellent agreement with present experimental data (symbols). However, Einstein’s equation (solid lines) with the volume concentration of aggregates cannot predict the magnitude and trend of the viscosity enhancement of -water nanofluids.

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Scitation: Response to “Comment on ‘Particle concentration and tube size dependence of viscosities of Al2O3-water nanofluids flowing through micro-and minitubes’” [Appl. Phys. Lett.94, 066101 (2009)]
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