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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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Thermal Conductivity of High Temperature Multicomponent Materials with Phase Change

The authors created a series of composite latent storage materials (CLSM) using expanded graphite (EG) and a two different metal nitrate phase change materials (K and Li, K and Na). The steady-state comparative method was used in order to measure thermal conductivities because it was ...

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Thermal Properties of the Hybrid Graphene-Metal NanoMicro-Composites: Applications in Thermal Interface Materials

As electronic devices become smaller, power densities increase and so do hotspot temperatures, leading to a need for materials that can exchange heat better. The materials that facilitate this heat exchange are called thermal interface materials (TIMs). Graphene has been shown to demonstrate superior thermal ...

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Magnetic field enhanced thermal conductivity in heat transfer nanofluids containing Ni coated single wall carbon nanotubes

This article evaluates the thermal conductivity of heat transfer nanofluids containing nickel coated single wall carbon nanotubes. The results concluded that with the introduction of a magnetic field, the thermal conductivity of the heat transfer nanofluid is improved. Researchers attribute this improved thermal conductivity to ...

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Enhanced thermal conductivity by the magnetic field in heat transfer nanofluids containing carbon nanotube

The researchers in this paper were the first to report that the thermal conductivity of the heat transfer nanofluids has the ability to be enhanced by an external magnetic field. This is possible due to carbon nanotubes and magnetic-field-sensitive nanoparticles of Fe2O3. It was ...

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