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Total Papers Found: 40

Thermal conductivity from dynamic response of DSC

The researchers proposed a method used to measure the thermal conductivity and heat capacity of low thermal conductivity materials with accuracy better than 10%. DSC was also used to determine thermal contact between the sample and the DSC furnace....

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A nano-graphite/paraffin phase change material with high thermal conductivity

Nano-graphite (NG)/paraffin composites were prepared as composite phase change materials. The addition of NG increased the thermal conductivity of the composite material. The material containing 10% NG had a thermal conductivity of 0.9362 W/mK...


Heat conduction enhanced shape-stabilized paraffin/HDPE composite PCMs by graphite addition: Preparation and thermal properties

Through the addition of graphite powder (GP) and expanded graphite (EG) the authors were able to increase the thermal conductivity of a shape-stabilized paraffin/high density polyethylene (HDPE) composite phase change material (PCM). GP and EG were added in different mass fractions and a Thermal ...

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Synergistic effect of iron and intumescent flame retardant on shape-stabilized phase change material

In this article, the transient plane source technique was used to determine the effect of iron, a flame retardant shape-stabilized phase change material (FSPCM), on the thermal conductivity of a sample of paraffin/high-density polyethylene (HDPE). With the results, it was determined that iron could ...

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Effect of expanded graphite on properties of high-density polyethylene/paraffin composite with intumescent flame retardant as a shape-stabilized phase change material

This research proposed a new, flame retardant, shape-stabilized phase change material (PCM), for use in thermal energy storage. Typical paraffin and high-density polyethylene has great shape retention, however is highly flammable and has a low thermal conductivity. Researchers introduced expanded graphite and an intumescent flame ...

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