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Preparation and thermal characterization of composite -oeParaffin/Red Brick- as a novel form-stable of phase change material for thermal energy storage 

This study is to determine the thermal properties of a paraffin/red brick composite to determine its viability as a form-stable phase change material. Extended graphite was also added to the composite to improve its thermal conductivity. The thermal conductivity for this material was measured ...

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An approach to correlate experimental and theoretical thermal conductivity of MWNT/PMMA polymer composites 

This study is investigating how the thermal conductivity of a PMMA polymer filled with multi walled carbon nano tubes (MWNT) changes with temperature, and wt % MWNT. Also, the series, parallel, Lewis/Neilson and empirical formula models were used to quantify how well the measured values ...

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Transparent silicone calcium fluoride nanocomposite with improved thermal conductivity

The aim of this study was to fabricate transparent polymers with high thermal conductivities for applications in electronic packaging. Characteristics of the inorganic filler, calcium fluoride (CaF2), and the polymer matrix were examined, and thermal conductivity was measured using a thermal analyzer based on the ...

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Preparation and thermal properties of UV-curable polyacrylate-gold nanocomposite foams 

The purpose of this study was to fabricate and analyze the physical properties of polyacrylate–gold nanocomposites (PGNs) with gold nanoparticles (GNPs) as their nucleation agents. The transient plane source (TPS) method was used to measure the thermal properties of the polyacrylate–gold nanocomposite foams (...

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Carbon nanotubes based engineering materials for thermal management applications

As nanotechnology becomes increasingly important, researchers are investigating methods to decrease the size of electronics. Carbon nanotubes (CNTs) have potential applications in nanoelectronics because of their high thermal conductivity and miniscule size. This study had many focuses, but a TPS used the transient plane source ...

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