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Effect of some metallic additives (Ag, Cd, and Sn) on thermal transport properties of a-Se         

Molten selenium, silver, cadmium, and tin were used to prepare a-Se, and a-Se98M2 (M = Ag, Cd, and Sn) alloys in order to determine the thermo-physical properties of these materials using the transient plane source technique. In order for these alloys to be used in ...

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Thermal transport in chemically doped polyaniline materials

Four electrically conductive polymers were tested for their thermal transport properties to better understand their degradation mechanism with temperature. The samples that were tested were polyaniline polymers doped with varying amounts of nickel and aluminum. It was found that the thermal conductivities increased as the ...

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Measurement of Concrete Thermal Properties at High Temperature

The transient plane source technique was used to simultaneously measure the thermal conductivity, thermal diffusivity, and specific heat of a concrete sample to determine how these properties change when exposed to high temperature. The sample was heated and the properties were measured at 20, 90, 110, 200, 500, and 600oC. ...


In situ characterization of metal hydride thermal transport properties

The thermal transport properties of Ti1.1CrMn powder were determined. This metal hydride shows promise for use in hydrogen storage applications due to its excellent cold-start properties. The thermal conductivity, thermal diffusivity, and specific heat of oxidized and activated powder samples of this metal hydride ...

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Thermal Conductivity of Single-Wall Carbon Nanotube Dispersions: Role of Interfacial Effects

The thermal transport properties of nanofluids containing single-walled carbon nanotubes (SWCNTs) in ethylene glycol and (poly)-alpha olefins (PAO) were investigated. It was found that the addition of SWCNTs enhanced the thermal conductivity of each of the two base fluids, with this enhancement increasing as ...

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