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Theoretical accuracy of anisotropic thermal conductivity determined by transient plane source method

This article studied the potential thermal conductivity deviation of anisotropic materials using a numerical simulation. Anisotropic thermal conductivity may experience deviation due to its noncompliance of the theoretical assumption of the transient plane source (TPS) method. The TPS method was used to measure the in-plane ...

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A simple dynamic measurement technique for comparing thermal insulation performances of anisotropic building materials

The authors have presented a review of steady-state and transient measurement techniques for the determination of thermal conductivity, and have introduced a new method for the determination of thermal transport properties in anisotropic building materials, known as the dynamic adiabatic technique. It was found that ...

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Determination of specific heat capacity by transient plane source

This study developed a model that used a transient plane source (TPS) sensor to measure the specific heat capacity of anisotropic materials. The underside of a sample holder with a diameter of 20 mm, and a height of 5 mm was attached to a Kapton TPS sensor. ...

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Thermal conductivity of carbon fiber/liquid crystal polymer composites

Two different types of polyacrylonitrile carbon fibers (Fortafil 243 and Panex 30) were added to thermoplastic matrix (Vectra A950RX Liquid Crystal Polymer) in order to generate carbon fiber/liquid-crystal polymer composites. The in plane and through-plane thermal conductivities of these composites were then evaluated and compared ...

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Estimation of the Mean Thermal Conductivity of Anisotropic Materials

With the use of multiple thermal instruments, the thermal conductivity (lambda) of fibrous insulations was measured in the plane direction. In this study, a method was put forth the estimate thermal conductivity. This method assumed that the thermal conductivity of the anisotropic material was equivalent ...

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