Category: Transient Plane Source
Author(s): Jan Georg Henriksen
Keywords: density, Glass beads, Helium, Hot Disk, Metal organic framework (MOF), Nitrogen, Particle Diameter, porosity, Spiral sensor, Thermal Conductivity, Thermal conductivity instruments, Transient plane source (TPS), Transient plane source (TPS) method
Abstract: This study aimed to determine the thermal conductivity of gas-filled Metal Organic Framework (MOF) materials. Glass beads were used as the reference material, and nitrogen (N2) and helium (He) were added to the MOF materials. A Hot Disk TPS 2500S measured the thermal conductivity of the MOF samples using the Transient Plane Source (TPS) method. Results showed that the MOF materials containing copper had higher thermal conductivities than iron-filled materials, and the addition of helium improved thermal conductivity more than the addition of nitrogen.
Reference: Master’s Thesis, Norwegian University of Science and Technology (2013)