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Adnan Mohammed Hussein
Adnan Mohammed Hussein
Northern Technical University, Iraq
Verified email at ntu.edu.iq
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Study of forced convection nanofluid heat transfer in the automotive cooling system
A.M.Hussein, R.A.Bakar, K.Kadirgama
Case Studies in Thermal Engineering, 2014
2392014
A review of forced convection heat transfer enhancement and hydrodynamic characteristics of a nanofluid
A.M.Hussein, K.V.Sharma, R.A.Bakar, K.Kadirgama
Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews 29, 734-743, 2014
2282014
Heat transfer enhancement by using nanofluids in an automotive cooling system
A.M.Hussein, K.V.Sharma, R.A.Bakar, K.Kadirgama
International Communications in Heat and Mass Transfer, 2014
1652014
The Effect of Nanofluid Volume Concentration on Heat Transfer and Friction Factor inside a Horizontal Tube
AM Hussein, RA Bakar, K Kadirgama, KV Sharma
Journal of Nanomaterials 2013 (Article ID 859563), 1-12, 2013
1072013
Experimental Measurements of Nanofluids Thermal Properties
AM Hussein, RA Bakar, K Kadirgama, KV Sharma
International Journal of Automotive & Mechanical Engineering (IJAME) 7, 850-864, 2013
1052013
Thermal performance and thermal properties of hybrid nanofluid laminar flow in a double pipe heat exchanger
AM Hussein
Experimental Thermal and Fluid Science 88, 37-45, 2017
822017
Heat transfer augmentation of a car radiator using nanofluids
AM Hussein, RA Bakar, K Kadirgama, KV Sharma
Heat and Mass Transfer, 1-9, 2014
822014
The effect of cross sectional area of tube on friction factor and heat transfer nanofluid turbulent flow
AM Hussein, KV Sharma, RA Bakar, K Kadirgama
International Communications in Heat and Mass Transfer 47, 49-55, 2013
782013
Numerical study on turbulent forced convective heat transfer using nanofluids TiO2 in an automotive cooling system
AM Hussein, HK Dawood, RA Bakara, K Kadirgamaa
Case Studies in Thermal Engineering 9, 72-78, 2017
642017
Latest developments in boiling critical heat flux using nanofluids: a concise review
MS Kamel, F Lezsovits, AM Hussein, O Mahian, S Wongwises
International Communications in Heat and Mass Transfer 98, 59-66, 2018
602018
Heat Transfer Enhancement with Nanofluids – A Review
AM Hussein, RA Bakar, K Kadirgama, KV Sharma
Journal of Mechanical Engineering and Sciences (JMES) 4, 452-461, 2013
532013
Hybrid nanofluid to enhance heat transfer under turbulent flow in a flat tube
SA Kaska, RA Khalefa, AM Hussein
Case Studies in Thermal Engineering 13, 100398, 2019
522019
HEAT TRANSFER ENHANCEMENT WITH ELLIPTICAL TUBE UNDER TURBULENT FLOW TIO2-WATER NANOFLUID
AM Hussein, KV Sharma, RA Bakar, K Kadirgama
Thermal Science, 3-3, 2014
442014
Nanoparticles suspended in ethylene glycol thermal properties and applications: An overview
AM Hussein, K Kadirgama, MM Noor
Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews 69, 1324-1330, 2017
312017
Thermophysical properties measurement of nano cellulose in ethylene glycol/water
K Ramachandran, AM Hussein, K Kadirgama, D Ramasamy, WH Azmi, ...
Applied Thermal Engineering 123, 1158-1165, 2017
282017
Adaptive Neuro-Fuzzy Inference System of friction factor and heat transfer nanofluid turbulent flow in a heated tube
AM Hussein
Case Studies in Thermal Engineering 8, 94-104, 2016
212016
SIMULATION STUDY OF TURBULENT CONVECTIVE HEAT TRANSFER ENHANCEMENT IN HEATED TUBE FLOW USING TIO2 -WATER NANOFLUID
AM Hussein, RA Bakar, K Kadirgama, KV Sharma
International Conference on Mechanical Engineering Research (ICMER2013), 1-8, 2013
192013
Heat transfer enhancement using hybrid nanoparticles in ethylene glycol through a horizontal heated tube
AM Hussein, MM Noor, K Kadirgama, D Ramasamy, MM Rahman
International Journal of Automotive and Mechanical Engineering 14, 4183-4195, 2017
182017
Nanofluid heat transfer augmentation in a double pipe heat exchanger
K Azeez, AF Hameed, AM Hussein
AIP Conference Proceedings 2213 (1), 020059, 2020
112020
The impact of humidity on performance of wind turbine
SH Danook, KJ Jassim, AM Hussein
Case Studies in Thermal Engineering 14, 100456, 2019
112019
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