# Thermal Conductivity Paper Database

## Recommended Papers for: N. S. Saxena

Total Papers Found: 30

#### Thermal conductivity and thermal diffusivity of palm fiber reinforced binary phenolformaldehyde composites

Samples of binary reinforced composites were created by mixing varying fractions of palm fiber (20, 30, 40, and 50 weight %) in a phenoformaldehyde (PF) matrix. The thermal conductivity and thermal diffusivity were measured using Transient Plane Source equipment. The team discovered that the thermal conductivity and thermal diffusivity of ...

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#### Dynamic mechanical, mechanical and thermal analysis of CPI/NBR blends: effect of blend composition and crosslink density

Composites made from a combination of cis-polyisoprene (CPI) and nitrile butadiene rubber (NBR) were investigated to determine the effect of varying proportions of each additive on the mechanical and thermal properties of the final product. The use of a scanning electron microscope to quantify the ...

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#### Effective thermal conductivity and diffusivity of GeSeSb glasses measured simultaneously as a function of temperature and fit to empirical equations

The effective thermal conductivity and thermal diffusivity was measured for chalcogenide glass samples of the formulation Ge30-xSe70Sbx (x = 10, 15, 20, 25). It was found that both the effective thermal conductivity and thermal diffusivity were independent of temperature up to 160º C. After this point, both properties were ...

#### Study on effective thermal conductivity of zinc sulphide/poly(methyl methacrylate) nanocomposites

Zinc sulfide nanoparticles were embedded in a poly(methyl methacrylate) matrix to prepare a  nanocomposite polymer with a higher thermal conductivity than the pure polymer. It was determined by TEM that at a low concentration of filler particles, the particles are uniformly dispersed throughout the ...

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#### Influence of CdS Nano Additives on the Thermal Conductivity of Poly(vinyl chloride)/CdS Nanocomposites

CdS nanoparticles were dispersed in varying quantities into a PVC matrix and the effective thermal conductivities of the produced nanocomposites were investigated at temperatures from 25 to 110C. It was determined that the dispersion of the nanoparticles in PVC caused an increase in thermal conductivity up ...

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