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Characterization of microstructural, mechanical and thermophysical properties of Th-52U alloy

This article studied the microstructural features of thorium-52 wt.% uranium alloy (Th-52U). Several thermal properties were also evaluated to assess the use of this alloy as a prospective fuel. The transient plane source (TPS) technique was used for evaluating the thermal conductivity of Th-52...

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Preparation of porous mullite ceramics with low thermal conductivity 

This study analyses a mullite ceramic formed through foaming and starch consolidation of mullite powder, and how its thermal conductivity changes with porosity of the ceramic. The thermal conductivity was measured through the transient plane source (TPS) method with the TPS. As the porosity of ...

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Microstructure and Thermal Conductivity of Hydrated Calcium Silicate Board Materials

Two calcium silicate boards of different densities, porosities and pore size were analyzed for their thermal properties, specifically thermal conductivity. The boards were heated from room temperature to 400┬░C and the thermal conductivity was monitored during this time. A separate experiment 'aged' the boards first ...

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Structure and properties of highly oriented polyoxymethylene/multi-walled carbon nanotube composites produced by hot stretching

Using a solid hot stretching technique, highly-oriented polyoxymethyelen (POM)/multi-walled carbon nanotubes (MWCNTs) composites were created. Thermal properties were analyzed both in the stretched and through-plane directions. Researchers found that by increasing the draw ratio, to as high as 900%, the thermal conductivity of the composite ...

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Industrial development of high-entropy alloys

Traditional alloys are composed of approximately one to two major metal elements, such as aluminum, and titanium, etc. For the purpose of casting molds, new research has led to the creation of high-entropy (HE) alloys, that encompass five or more major metal elements. This research ...

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