Recycling of Waste Paraffin Wax by the Addition of SiO2 Nano-Powders to Improve Thermal Conductivity

Thermal conductivity; waste Paraffin wax; SiO2 nano powders

Authors

  • Aseel B. AL.Zubaidi university of technology

Abstract

Paraffin wax is an important material used in thermal energy storage (TES) systems. The thermal conductivity of the material is an important parameter that decides the degree of exploitation of the paraffin wax in TES systems. The thermal conductivity is improved by the addition of silicon oxide nanoparticles (1%, 2%, 4%, and 6%) to the paraffin wax. The average size of the SiO2 particles is equal to 38 nm. The addition of SiO2 nano-particles at very small ratios was found to enhance the thermal conductivity of the paraffin wax considerably. SiO2 nanoparticles, add to paraffin wax, have a significant effect in enhancing the thermal storage characteristics of paraffin

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Published

2019-09-25

How to Cite

AL.Zubaidi, A. B. (2019). Recycling of Waste Paraffin Wax by the Addition of SiO2 Nano-Powders to Improve Thermal Conductivity: Thermal conductivity; waste Paraffin wax; SiO2 nano powders. Engineering and Technology Journal, 37(9A), 369-373. Retrieved from http://engtechjournal.org/index.php/et/article/view/353