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The thermal conductivity, thermal diffusivity and volumetric heat capacity of the ARMCO iron measured using the TPS 2117 sensor.
Thermal properties of calcium carbonate powder were measured via the Transient Plane Source (TPS) method using Thermtests' Measurement Platform Versatile (MP-V)
The three different ceramic samples were measured with the TPS-4 sensor on the MP-2 portable meter at room temperature.
Thermal Resistance and Thermal Conductivity of Copy Paper and Airloy® X116 samples were measured using the MP-1 Transient Plane Source method.
The diamond paste samples were measured with MP-V at 23°C in the symmetric configuration using the 3.2 mm radius double spiral TPS sensor (2117-1) and a TPS paste cell.
Measuring the thermal conductivity of the 2 epoxy samples, Loctite® AA H4500 and PRIMA-SOLDER™ (EG8020).
Measuring the thickness of thin film samples with the MP-1 transient thermal resistance module.
Measuring the thermal conductivity, thermal diffusivity, and volumetric specific heat of PEEK thermoplastic in the asymmetric configuration
Accurately measure the thermal conductivity of polymers from solid-state, through a melt, and into the liquid state.
Measuring the thermal conductivity of Pyroceram® at extreme low temperatures with the MP-1 TPS + liquid nitrogen cooling.
The thermal conductivity of Teflon measured with the MP-V MTPS was found to be in good accordance within 2% with the literature value of 0.3 W/m·K.