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The Transient Plane Source (TPS) method is a powerful method for measuring the thermal properties of a sample. Find your material.
Thermal effusivity of multiple layers and force on a polyester cotton water repellent fabric and memory foam.
Measuring the thermal effusivity of vehicle leather and cloth at four different temperature points using TPS-EFF sensor.
Testing Thermal effusivity of Memory Foam with a compression force of 1lb and 2lb
liquids in sample bags were measured for thermal effusance using a TPS-EFF meter and compared to their corresponding value in the materials database
A comparison of apparent thermal effusivity values of natural wood and synthetic wood flooring samples.
Measuring the thermal effusivity of polyurethane rubbers and foam with the Thermtest TPS-EFF sensor.
A comparison of thermal effusivity values of sand with a touch time of 10 seconds and the value obtained from the Thermtest Materials Database.
Testing the Thermal Effusivity of mattress foam using TPS-EFF at different compression levels.
Thermal Effusivity of fabric for bulletproof vests at different moisture levels.
Measuring Thermal Effusivity vs Moisture with TPS-EFF – Comparing the Performance of Two Different Fabrics