Publications in collaboration with researchers from Universidad de Sevilla (26)


  1. Dramatically enhanced thermal properties for TiO2-based nanofluids for being used as heat transfer fluids in concentrating solar power plants

    Renewable Energy, Vol. 119, pp. 809-819

  2. Experimental and theoretical analysis of NiO nanofluids in presence of surfactants

    Journal of Molecular Liquids, Vol. 252, pp. 211-217

  3. Experimental characterization and theoretical modelling of Ag and Au-nanofluids: A comparative study of their thermal properties

    Journal of Nanofluids, Vol. 7, Núm. 6, pp. 1059-1068

  4. Investigation of enhanced thermal properties in NiO-based nanofluids for concentrating solar power applications: A molecular dynamics and experimental analysis

    Applied Energy, Vol. 211, pp. 677-688

  5. MoS2 nanosheets vs. nanowires: preparation and a theoretical study of highly stable and efficient nanofluids for concentrating solar power

    Journal of Materials Chemistry A, Vol. 6, Núm. 30, pp. 14919-14929

  6. Organic–Inorganic Hybrid Perovskite, CH <sub>3</sub> NH <sub>3</sub> PbI <sub>3</sub>: Modifications in Pb Sites from Experimental and Theoretical Perspectives

    Emerging Photovoltaic Materials (Santosh K. Kurinec), pp. 357-400

  7. Revealing at the molecular level the role of the surfactant in the enhancement of the thermal properties of the gold nanofluid system used for concentrating solar power

    Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics, Vol. 20, Núm. 4, pp. 2421-2430

  8. Towards the improvement of the global efficiency of concentrating solar power plants by using Pt-based nanofluids: The internal molecular structure effect

    Applied Energy, Vol. 228, pp. 2262-2274

  9. Unraveling the role of the base fluid arrangement in metal-nanofluids used to enhance heat transfer in concentrating solar power plants

    Journal of Molecular Liquids, Vol. 252, pp. 271-278