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Chemical Composition, Density, Specific Gravity, Apparent Porosity, and Thermal Transport Properties of Volcanic Rocks in the Temperature Range 253 to 333 K

The density related properties (specific gravity, density, apparent porosity), and thermal transport properties were determined for diorite and granite rocks taken from the Shewa-Shahbaz Garhi volcanic complex, Pakistan. All measurements were made at varying temperatures from 253-333 K to determine the effect of temperature on ...

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Thermal Properties of a Supercooled Synthetic Sand-Water-Gas-Methane Hydrate Sample

The thermal properties of synthetic gas hydrate-bearing sediment samples were determined by the transient plane source method. The samples were made up of sand, water, gas, and methane hydrates, and these samples were supercooled to minimize the effects of the heat of fusion of methane ...

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Online monitoring of wax deposition in sub-sea pipelines

The authors have performed a study to determine if heat pulse wax monitoring is capable of measuring the wax thickness build-up in an oil pipeline. A numerical model was developed to simulate the heat pulse equipment and to predict the wax thickness based on the ...

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Study of heat transfer through multilayer protective clothing at low-level thermal radiation

The authors have developed a numerical model for the prediction of heat transfer capabilities of protective clothing when exposed to low-level radiant heat flux in order to increase the comfort of the protective clothing used by firefighters. It was determined that the model was able ...

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Mechanical and thermo-physical properties of high-density polyethylene modified with talc

High-density polyethylene-talc-carbon black composites were prepared with varying amounts of talc to determine its effect on the thermo-physical properties of the composites. Carbon black was added in a content of 3.5 wt. % because it was previously determined that the mechanical properties of the composites were depreciated ...

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