Journal of Thermal Engineering and Applications

ISSN: 2349-8994

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Special Issue

Thermal transfer fluid

Abstract Submission Deadline : November 30, 2023

Manuscript Submission Deadline : December 25, 2023

Special Issue Description

Systems for indirect heat transmission called thermal fluid heating circulate a thermal fluid inside the apparatus to regulate temperature. This method enables precise cooling or heating with just one thermal transfer fluid. To ensure that the process is successful and efficient, the fluid used must be carefully selected to meet the system’s processing needs. A heat transfer fluid is a gas or liquid that participates in heat transfer by acting as a bridge between heating and cooling on opposite sides of a process. In various applications and industrial processes that call for heating or cooling, heat transfer fluids are frequently utilized in closed circuits and continuous cycles. For instance, cooling water can be used to cool an engine, while heating water can be used to heat a room’s radiator in a hydronic heating system. Low viscosity will facilitate fluid flow. It will further cut back on pumping expenses. The chosen fluid must not damage the pipe’s walls as it passes through. As fewer pipes would need to be replaced, the equipment’s maintenance expenses will go down. The rate of heat transport through the fluid will rise with high thermal conductivity and thermal diffusivity. The fluid’s boiling and freezing points should be both high. By doing this, the fluid will be able to maintain its phase while transferring heat. Additionally, the complexity of the equipment design will be reduced.


Thermal fluid, Radiator, Hydronic heating system, Thermal conductivity, Thermal diffusivity

Manuscript Submission information

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