Category: Transient Plane Source
Author(s): Hazizan Md. Akil, Herza Hasmi, Ramdziah Md. Nasir, Siti Shuhadah Md. Saleh
Keywords: CNT, Phenolic, Polymer Composite, Thermal, Thermal Analysis, Thermal Conductivity, Transient plane source (TPS) method, Tribology
Abstract: In this article, the thermal and tribological properties of Phenolic/Carbon Nanotube (CNT)-Alumina Hybrid composites were examined. One of the main properties that was measured was the thermal conductivity, which was measured using the transient plane source (TPS) method with the use of a Thermal Constant Analyzer. The experiment compared the thermal conductivities of the hybrid composite, mixed phenolic composite, and pure phenolic to determine which one had the highest thermal conductivity value. By comparing the results, it was determined that the CNT-Alumina hybrid had the highest thermal conductivity.
Reference: Advanced Materials Research (2013), 812:226-230