Senior scientific officer, British Ceramic Research Association, Penkhull, Stoke-on-Trent
Pages: 14 Published: Jan 1978
The hot-wire line source technique has been applied to the measurement of the thermal conductivity of refractory insulating materials at temperatures up to 1000°C. The method is rapid and has a repeatability of better than 5 percent. Comparisons have been made with other methods.
ceramic fibers, fibrous insulation, heat flux, high-temperature research, high-temperature insulation, refractory materials, thermal conductivity
Paper ID: STP35744S