Table Parameters for determining heat transfer and hydrodynamic

Table 2.
λ/t value for each thermocouple installed on BP 554 test section.Thermocouple Noλ/tn11388.880.821162.790.83970.870.84833.330.85735.290.8Full-size tableTable optionsView in workspaceDownload as CSV
2.3. Sample preparation and characterization
Table 3.
Chemicals involved in GO preparation.MaterialMolecular formulaSourceRemarksSulfuric acidH2SO4Merck98% concentrationPhosphoric acidH3PO4Merck85% concentrationPotassium permanganateKMnO4Merck99.9% purityHydrogen peroxideH2O2Merck30% concentrationHydrogen chlorideHClSigma–Aldrich67% concentrationSodium hydroxideNaOHSigma–AldrichExpandable Graphite flakesCAsbury Graphite Mills Inc.Grade 3061 (98% purity)Tannic acidC76H52O46Friendemann Schmidt99% purityDeionized waterH2OThermo Scientific™ Barnstead™ NanoPure™ system18 MΩ resistanceFull-size tableTable optionsView in workspaceDownload as CSV
Table 4.
Different carbon materials continuous variation for RGO based hybridization process.MaterialAbbreviationSourceRemarksGraphene nanoplateletsGnPXG Sciences, Inc. (Lansing, MI, USA)(grade C) specific area 500 m2/g, 2 nm thickness, 2 μm diameterMultiwall carbon nanotubeCNTNanostructured & Amorphous Materials Inc., Houston, TX, USAOD (10–30 nm) L (10–30 μm) 95% purityCarbon nanofiberCNFNanostructured & Amorphous Materials Inc., Houston, TX, USAOD (200–600 nm) L (5–50 μm) 80% purityFull-size tableTable optionsView in workspaceDownload as CSV