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Filler geometry and interface resistance of carbon nanofibres: Key parameters in thermally conductive polymer composites

The effects of intrinsic thermal conductivity, carbon filler geometry, and interface thermal resistance on the effective thermal conductivity of polymer composites were investigated. It was found that the length of carbon fillers and the interface thermal resistance were the dominant factors in determining the effective ...

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Percolation based enhancement in effective thermal conductivity of HDPE/LBSMO composites

La0.7Ba0.15Sr0.15MnO3 (LBSMO) powder was prepared and mixed with HDPE powder in volume fractions from 0 to 0.30. These powders were then molded into pellet form in a hot press and cooled to room temperature. The thermal conductivity of the resulting composite was then measured ...

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A novel phase change material containing mesoporous silica nanoparticles for thermal storage: A study on thermal conductivity and viscosity

A composite PCM was prepared from n-octadecane and mesoporous silica (MPSiO2) nanoparticles. The nanoparticles were added in quantities ranging from 1 wt. % to 5 wt. %, and the thermal conductivity of each composite sample was determined as a function of temperature. The most significant enhancement in thermal conductivity ...

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Influence of Sliding Speed on the Tribological Characteristics of Si3N4-hBN Ceramic Materials

A disc of a composite ceramic material composed of silicon nitride (Si3N4) and 20% hBN was prepared and its tribological characteristics were investigated by sliding a Si3N4 pin across its surface at different sliding speeds. The friction coefficient and wear coefficient were determined for ...

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Exfoliation and Characterization of Bismuth Telluride Atomic Quintuples and Quasi-Two-Dimensional Crystals

High-quality bismuth telluride crystals having a thickness of only a few atoms were prepared by a method similar to that for graphene mechanical exfoliation. The potential for these materials to be used as thermoelectric materials was then investigated. It was found that the properties of ...

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