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Evaluation of Effective Thermal Conductivity for Mineral Cast Structural Materials Using Steady-State and Transient Methods

The thermal conductivity of a mineral cast material made of epoxy-granite was determined by a steady state method, as well as by the transient plane source (TPS) method. In comparing both methods to geometric models, it was determined that both methods were able to accurately ...

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Analysis of effective thermal conductivity for mineral cast material structures with varying epoxy content using TPS method

The effective thermal conductivity of mineral cast epoxy granite materials with varying volume fractions of epoxy content was determined. This material was being studied for application as a structural material in high speed machine tools. Optimal materials for this application would have good chemical resistance ...

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A study on microreplication of real 3D-shape structures using elastomeric mold: from pure epoxy to composite based on epoxy

A novel replication technique for the fabrication of 3D microstructures was developed. A polished silicon wafer was transferred onto an epoxy composite. The thermal properties of the epoxy composite were investigated and compared to those of the pure epoxy. It was determined that not only ...

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Enhanced thermal and mechanical properties of epoxy composites filled with silver nanowires and nanoparticles

The authors have investigated the use of silver nanomaterials as a filler in epoxy resin in an effort to identify a composite resin with a high thermal conductivity for application as a thermal interface material. It was determined that the addition of silver nanoparticle and ...

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The Effects of Thermophysical Properties and Environmental Conditions on Fire Performance of Intumescent Coatings on Glass Fibre-Reinforced Epoxy Composites

The reaction to fire properties of three commercial coatings designed for steel structures were investigated. The coatings in this study were covering a glass fiber-reinforced epoxy composite. It was determined that the thermal barrier effectiveness of these coatings was dependent on the degree of expansion ...

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