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State-of-the-art heat transfer fluids for parabolic trough collector. / Krishna, Y.; Faizal, M.; Saidur, R. et al.

In: International Journal of Heat and Mass Transfer, Vol. 152, 119541, 31.05.2020.

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Krishna, Y, Faizal, M, Saidur, R, Ng, KC & Aslfattahi, N 2020, 'State-of-the-art heat transfer fluids for parabolic trough collector', International Journal of Heat and Mass Transfer, vol. 152, 119541. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.ijheatmasstransfer.2020.119541

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Krishna, Y., Faizal, M., Saidur, R., Ng, K. C., & Aslfattahi, N. (2020). State-of-the-art heat transfer fluids for parabolic trough collector. International Journal of Heat and Mass Transfer, 152, [119541]. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.ijheatmasstransfer.2020.119541

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Krishna Y, Faizal M, Saidur R, Ng KC, Aslfattahi N. State-of-the-art heat transfer fluids for parabolic trough collector. International Journal of Heat and Mass Transfer. 2020 May 31;152:119541. Epub 2020 Mar 4. doi: 10.1016/j.ijheatmasstransfer.2020.119541

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Krishna, Y. ; Faizal, M. ; Saidur, R. et al. / State-of-the-art heat transfer fluids for parabolic trough collector. In: International Journal of Heat and Mass Transfer. 2020 ; Vol. 152.

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title = "State-of-the-art heat transfer fluids for parabolic trough collector",
abstract = "Solar thermal energy conversion is gaining more attention among researchers due to the recent development in nanofluids and molten salt technology. Among various solar collectors, parabolic trough collector has received significant attention from researchers due to their operating temperature range (150-800 °C) feasible for power generation. Parabolic trough collector is currently having a higher number of installations compared to other concentrated solar power technology around the globe. Most of the conventional heat transfer fluid used in PTC have poor heat transfer and light to heat conversion properties. Therefore, it is advantageous to enhance the thermophysical properties of heat transfer fluid to improve the overall efficiency of the system. Well-engineered nano-enhanced heat transfer fluid is advantageous because a very low mass fraction of nanoparticles brings considerable enhancement in thermophysical properties. This paper focuses on the most recent advancement in heat transfer fluids, their preparation and stability issues when doped with nanoparticles. Various heat transfer fluids currently used in parabolic trough collectors and the nano-enhanced heat transfer fluids having the properties better than conventional heat transfer fluids are compared and their preparation methods and properties are discussed. Enhancement of thermophysical properties of molten salts by doping nanoparticles and their enhancement in thermal stability at high temperature, the possibility of using mono and hybrid nanofluid, ionic liquids, gaseous heat transfer fluid and vegetable oil as the heat transfer fluid in parabolic trough collectors are the key highlights of this review.",
keywords = "Heat transfer fluids, Nanofluids, Parabolic trough collectors, Renewable energy, Energy conversion, Fluids, Fused salts, Ionic liquids, Nanofluidics, Nanoparticles, Solar collectors, Solar energy, Thermodynamic properties, Concentrated solar power, Enhanced heat transfer, Molten salt technology, Operating temperature ranges, Renewable energies, Solar thermal energy conversion, Heat transfer",
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PY - 2020/5/31

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N2 - Solar thermal energy conversion is gaining more attention among researchers due to the recent development in nanofluids and molten salt technology. Among various solar collectors, parabolic trough collector has received significant attention from researchers due to their operating temperature range (150-800 °C) feasible for power generation. Parabolic trough collector is currently having a higher number of installations compared to other concentrated solar power technology around the globe. Most of the conventional heat transfer fluid used in PTC have poor heat transfer and light to heat conversion properties. Therefore, it is advantageous to enhance the thermophysical properties of heat transfer fluid to improve the overall efficiency of the system. Well-engineered nano-enhanced heat transfer fluid is advantageous because a very low mass fraction of nanoparticles brings considerable enhancement in thermophysical properties. This paper focuses on the most recent advancement in heat transfer fluids, their preparation and stability issues when doped with nanoparticles. Various heat transfer fluids currently used in parabolic trough collectors and the nano-enhanced heat transfer fluids having the properties better than conventional heat transfer fluids are compared and their preparation methods and properties are discussed. Enhancement of thermophysical properties of molten salts by doping nanoparticles and their enhancement in thermal stability at high temperature, the possibility of using mono and hybrid nanofluid, ionic liquids, gaseous heat transfer fluid and vegetable oil as the heat transfer fluid in parabolic trough collectors are the key highlights of this review.

AB - Solar thermal energy conversion is gaining more attention among researchers due to the recent development in nanofluids and molten salt technology. Among various solar collectors, parabolic trough collector has received significant attention from researchers due to their operating temperature range (150-800 °C) feasible for power generation. Parabolic trough collector is currently having a higher number of installations compared to other concentrated solar power technology around the globe. Most of the conventional heat transfer fluid used in PTC have poor heat transfer and light to heat conversion properties. Therefore, it is advantageous to enhance the thermophysical properties of heat transfer fluid to improve the overall efficiency of the system. Well-engineered nano-enhanced heat transfer fluid is advantageous because a very low mass fraction of nanoparticles brings considerable enhancement in thermophysical properties. This paper focuses on the most recent advancement in heat transfer fluids, their preparation and stability issues when doped with nanoparticles. Various heat transfer fluids currently used in parabolic trough collectors and the nano-enhanced heat transfer fluids having the properties better than conventional heat transfer fluids are compared and their preparation methods and properties are discussed. Enhancement of thermophysical properties of molten salts by doping nanoparticles and their enhancement in thermal stability at high temperature, the possibility of using mono and hybrid nanofluid, ionic liquids, gaseous heat transfer fluid and vegetable oil as the heat transfer fluid in parabolic trough collectors are the key highlights of this review.

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KW - Nanofluids

KW - Parabolic trough collectors

KW - Renewable energy

KW - Energy conversion

KW - Fluids

KW - Fused salts

KW - Ionic liquids

KW - Nanofluidics

KW - Nanoparticles

KW - Solar collectors

KW - Solar energy

KW - Thermodynamic properties

KW - Concentrated solar power

KW - Enhanced heat transfer

KW - Molten salt technology

KW - Operating temperature ranges

KW - Renewable energies

KW - Solar thermal energy conversion

KW - Heat transfer

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DO - 10.1016/j.ijheatmasstransfer.2020.119541

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VL - 152

JO - International Journal of Heat and Mass Transfer

JF - International Journal of Heat and Mass Transfer

SN - 0017-9310

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