Category: Transient Line Source
Author(s): Ercan Aydoğmuş, Fethi Kamışlı
Keywords: modelling, Polyurethane, Rheological Properties, Thermal Conductivity, TLS, TLS-100, Transient Line Source, waste vegetable oil-based polyols
Abstract: A study of the potential use of renewable resources to produce polyols, which in turn are used to produce polyurethane. The thermal conductivity of a number of results was taken using the TLS-100 device. This device functions using the transient line source method. A future increase in the production of polyurethane through renewable resources is imperative to reduce the consumption of fossil fuels.
Reference: PERIODICALS OF ENGINEERING AND NATURAL SCIENCES Vol. 5 No. 1 (2017) – Special Issue (Recent Topics in Environmental Science)