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Abstract: This article examined the effects of using the traditional vertical orientation method versus the single-sided horizontal method for transient thermal conductivity measurements of water, glycol, and methanol. It aimed to understand whether the single-sided horizontal method was effective at suppressing the onset of natural convection during the tests. From the analyses, it was seen that the proposed single-sided horizontal method can effectively suppress the onset of natural convection during the measurements.

Reference: International Journal of Heat and Mass Transfer (2017), 109:1181-1190

DOI: 10.1016/j.ijheatmasstransfer.2017.03.008