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Papers Author: Asghari Maqsood

Total Papers Found: 6

Transient plane source (tps) sensors for simultaneous measurements of thermal conductivity and thermal diffusivity of insulators, fluids and conductors

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This article describes the design, theory, advantages, and limitations of the TPS technique with a modified bridge. It also describes testing that has been done using the technique on a ...

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Chemical Composition, Density, Specific Gravity, Apparent Porosity, and Thermal Transport Properties of Volcanic Rocks in the Temperature Range 253 to 333 K

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The density related properties (specific gravity, density, apparent porosity), and thermal transport properties were determined for diorite and granite rocks taken from the Shewa-Shahbaz Garhi volcanic complex, Pakistan. All measurements ...

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Thermal conductivity of ceramic fibres as a function of temperature and press load

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The transient plane source (TPS) technique was used to measure the thermal conductivity of three ceramic fibres with varying amounts of aluminium content. Specifically, the effect of temperature, press load ...

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Low-temperature thermal conductivity measurement apparatus: design assembly, calibration and measurement on (Y123, Bi2223) superconductors

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The transient plane source (TPS) technique was used for the measurement of thermal properties of superconductors at low temperatures. The superconductors explored include Y123 and Bi2223. One of the main ...

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A modified transient method for an easy and fast determination of thermal conductivities of conductors and insulators

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The authors make some kind of modification to the TPS technique and then call it the advantageous TPS (ATPS) technique, which apparently has an improved experimental arrangement. It is also ...

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Transient hot-strip method for measuring thermal conductivity and specific heat of solids and fluids: Second order theory and approximations for short times

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Describes how second-order terms are important to the hot-strip method, and should be included in situations where a high-current pulse is being used. The authors determined approximate values for the ...

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