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The effect of grain angle and species on thermal conductivity of some selected wood species

Wood can be defined as a composite, porous material as it is effectively made of two different substances. This property is reflective of how differently the wood grows with respect to the four seasons and how the materials in the wood can change based on ...

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Optimization of sintering parameters for diamond-copper composites in conventional sintering and their thermal conductivity

In this study, sintering parameters in conventional pressure-less sintering are analyzed and the effects of uncoated, Cu(Ni)-coated, and Cr-coated diamond particles are compared for their bulk thermal conductivities. Thermal conductivity was measured at room temperature using a Thermal Constant Analyzer. The addition of ...

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Experimental investigation on equivalent properties of particle reinforced silicone rubber: Improvement of soft tooling process

Soft tooling processes use flexible polymeric materials to manufacture moulds. However, the malleable materials used for soft tooling, such as silicone rubber, have low thermal conductivities and take an extensive amount of time to cool. In this study, metallic (Aluminum fine powder, grey iron, copper, ...

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Effect of carbon nanotube interfacial geometry on thermal transport in solid–liquid phase change materials

The thermal conductivities of four composite paraffin phase change materials (PCMs) containing embedded multi-walled carbon nanotubes (MWCNTs) with varying dimensions were determined. The goals of this study were to investigate the interfacial thermal resistance between two MWCNTs, and to investigate the ballistic and diffusive components ...

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Influence of Sliding Speed on the Tribological Characteristics of Si3N4-hBN Ceramic Materials

A disc of a composite ceramic material composed of silicon nitride (Si3N4) and 20% hBN was prepared and its tribological characteristics were investigated by sliding a Si3N4 pin across its surface at different sliding speeds. The friction coefficient and wear coefficient were determined for ...

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