Category: Transient Plane Source
Author(s): K. Singh, Kedar Singh, M. S. Sreekala, N. S. Saxena, Ravindra Mangal, S. Thomas
Keywords: Meredith-Tobias Model, Pineapple Leaf Fiber Reinforced Composites, Rayleigh-Maxwell Model, Reinforced Composites, Thermal Conductivity, Thermal Diffusivity, TPS Technique, Transient Plane Source, Transient plane source (TPS) method, Weight Percentage
Abstract: Varying weight percentages of pineapple leaf fiber were added to phenolformaldehyde (PF) in order to generate a composite material. Using the transient plane source (TPS) technique, the thermal conductivities of the varying weight percentage composites were studied. It was found that increasing weight % pineapple leaf fiber resulted in decreasing thermal conductivity and diffusivity of the composites. The experimental results are compared to results produced by two models (the Rayleigh-Maxwell and Meredith-Tobias models) and good agreement is found between the methods.
Reference: Materials Science and Engineering: A, 339, 1-2 (2003) 281-285