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On the Use of the Transient Hot-Strip Method for Measuring the Thermal Conductivity of High-Conducting Thin Bars

The thermal conductivity of thin, high-conducting ceramic bars—commonly used in mechanical tensile testing—is measured using a variant of the short transient hot-strip technique. As with similar contact transient methods, the influence from the thermal contact resistance between the sensor and the sample is accurately recorded and filtered out from the analysis—a specific advantage that enables sensitive measurements of the bulk properties of the sample material. The present ...

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Thermal Conductivity of Refractory Materials Used in the Glass Production Industry

The thermal conductivities of refractory materials often used in the glass production industry were evaluated experimentally. The transient plane source technique was used for the thermal conductivity testing. Specifically, the single-sided method was used to avoid destroying the refractory materials. The thermal conductivity was measured at various locations and it was discovered that there was a variation in thermal conductivity between the hot and cold faces of the brick....

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Compressive Creep and Thermophysical Performance of Mullite Refractories

The purpose of this study was to provide a comprehensive overview of compressive creep of mullite refractories, which are a potential replacement for more traditional silica refractories in harsh oxy-fuel environments. Tests performed included corrosion resistance, microstructure analysis, dimensional stability, phase content, and thermal properties. A thermal analyzer was used to perform thermal conductivity testing on 10 commercially available mullite refractories as part of the analysis....

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A poly(vinylidene fluoride) composite with added self-passivated microaluminum and nanoaluminum particles for enhanced thermal conductivity

In this study, researchers set out to determine the effects of embedding self-passivated aluminum fillers, of micro- and nano-meter size and various wt%, into a polyvinylidene fluoride matrix (Al*/PVDF). After testing, the results indicated an increase in thermal conductivity with the introduction of embedded self-passivated aluminum fillers. It was determined that the maximum thermal conductivity possible (3.258 W/mK) was achieved when the ratio of micro- to nano-sized particles was 20: 1, ...

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Heat transfer through glassfiber fabrics coated with silicone resin

In the building and construction industry today, weather resistant and flame resistant materials have become fundamental. As such, silicone coated materials have been intensively researched, as they increase a given materials resistivity to heat and flames. Due to complications and time constraints when testing coating technologies in a lab setting, more enforcement has been placed on numerical methods. Based on stitching patterns, geometry models of the material and heat transfer ...

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