The Transient Hot-Wire (THW-L2) is widely used for the accurate measurement of thermal conductivity for liquids and pastes.
Best For Liquids and Pastes
The Transient Hot Wire (THW-L2) Liquid Thermal Conductivity Meter is an advanced measurement system for direct determination of the thermal conductivity of liquids and pastes in accordance with ASTM D7896-19. The THW-L2 was designed with speed and operational simplicity in mind. With a single measurement of less than 2 seconds in duration, small volumes of liquids and pastes can be accurately and precisely measured for thermal conductivity. The THW-L2 utilizes a non-stationary measurement approach and rapid test times to limit convective effects for samples with a wide range of viscosities.
To cast PCM samples for the THW-L2.
Used for testing samples above 25C.
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In applications such as heat transfer, thermal management, etc. nanofluids and nanolubricants aid in reducing friction while also improving functionality and efficiency. Dr. Sofia Mylona an internationally recognized expert in the area of thermal conductivity measurements using the Transient Hot-Wire method dives deeper into the subject of measuring the thermal conductivity of nanofluids and nanolubricants using the THW technique.
September 21, 2021