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|Title:||The empirical evaluation of thermal conduction coefficient of some liquid composite heat insulating materials|
|Authors:||Anisimov, M. V.|
Rekunov, V. S.
Babuta, M. N.
Nguyen Thi Hong Bach Lien
|Keywords:||эмпирические оценки; теплопроводность; жидкие материалы; композитные материалы; теплоизоляционные материалы|
|Citation:||The empirical evaluation of thermal conduction coefficient of some liquid composite heat insulating materials / M. V. Anisimov [et al.] // IOP Conference Series: Materials Science and Engineering. — 2016. — Vol. 116 : Advanced Materials and New Technologies in Modern Materials Science : International Conference, 9–11 November 2015, Tomsk, Russia : [proceedings]. — [012014, 6 p.].|
|Abstract:||We experimentally determined the coefficients of thermal conductivity of some ultra thin liquid composite heat insulating coatings, for sample 1 [lambda]=0.086 W/(m [x] C), for sample 2 [lambda]= 0.091 W/(m [x] C). We performed the measurement error calculation. The actual thermal conduction coefficient of the studied samples was higher than the declared one. The manufactures of liquid coatings might have used some "ideal" conditions when defining heat conductivity in the laboratory or the coefficient was obtained by means of theoretical solution of heat conduction problem in liquid composite insulating media. However, liquid insulating coatings are of great interest to builders, because they allow to warm objects of complex geometric shapes (valve chambers, complex assemblies, etc.), which makes them virtually irreplaceable. The proper accounting of heating qualities of paints will allow to avoid heat loss increase above the specified limits in insulated pipes with heat transfer materials or building structures, as well as protect them from possible thawing in the period of subzero weather.|
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