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Thermal properties of green alumina porcelain

The thermal properties, as well as bulk density, and mass loss of alumina porcelain were determined as a function of firing temperature. It was found that after sintering at 1320 ºC, the thermal conductivity and thermal diffusivity increased by ~700% and ~400%, respectively....

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Thermophysical Properties of Reconsolidating Crushed Salt 

The thermophysical properties of crushed salt were measured as it reconsolidated. The main focus of the work was to determine the thermal conductivity of the salt at temperatures ranging from -75 to 300ºC. It was determined that the thermal conductivity of reconsolidated crushed salt decreased ...

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Effects of a titanate coupling agent on the mechanical and thermo-physical properties of talc-reinforced polyethylene compounds

The effect of a titanate coupling agent on the thermal conductivity of talc filled high density polyethylene. Moisture content and mechanical properties were studied in addition to thermal conductivity. Samples with and without the isopropyl tri(dioctyl)phosphate titanate were investigated. Thermal conductivity did not ...

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Advanced Transient Plane Source Method for the Measurement of Thermal Properties of High Pressure Metal Hydrides

This article described an experimental set up using the TPS instrument and a high pressure vessel to enable researchers to accurately measures the thermal conductivity of metal hydrides as a function of pressure. Metal hydrides have promise in applications of hydrogen storage in the auto ...

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Thermal Properties of Oil Palm Shell Lightweight Concrete with Different Mix Designs 

This study investigated the use of oil palm shell as an additive for use in concrete. As the construction industry searches for methods to increase sustainability, using by-products produced by other industries to reduce the amount of cement required to produce concrete has become more ...

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