Wide-range reference temperature-and-density based equations for the thermal conductivity of ethene and propene are given. These equations are based upon a body of critically assessed data, acquired partially using the transient hot wire method. The ethene correlation is valid from 110 to 680 K and up to 200 MPa with a maximum uncertainty of 5%. The propene correlation from 180 to 625 K at pressures up to 50 MPa, with an uncertainty of 5%....

O-xylene, m-xylene, p-xylene, and ethylbenzene are all given new representative reference equations for their thermal conductivities based upon experimental data that has been critically assessed for consistency and agreement with theory. This data was collected in part due to the transient hot wire method. The theoretically expected enhancements in the critical regions of all four agree with the data collected and can be well represented by theoretically based equations containing ...

New representative equations are put forth for the thermal conductance of n-hexane (C6H14) which are based on data that has been critically assessed for agreement with theory. The data was obtained through use of the thermal hot wire technique, among others. For the dilute gas case, a theoretically based correlation was used to extend the temperature range of the experimental data. ...

New representative equations are put forth for the thermal conductance of ethanol (C2H6O) which are based on a body of experimental data that has been critically assessed for agreement with theory where possible. The data was obtained through use of the thermal hot wire technique, among others. For the dilute gas case, a theoretically based correlation was used to extend ...

Employing many techniques, including that of the transient hot wire, experimental data relating to the thermal conductivity of 13 inorganic molten salts have been gathered and critically examined with the purpose of building a reference correlation. The data in this paper was gathered at a 95% confidence level....