The Symposium on Contributions of Basic Heat Transmission Measurements to the Design and Behavior of Thermal Insulation Systems was held at the American Society for Testing and Materials Headquarters in Philadelphia, Pa., on 16-17 April 1973. The symposium was sponsored by ASTM Committee C16 on Thermal and Cryogenic Insulating Materials. R. P. Tye, Dynatech R/D Company, presided as the symposium chairman.
Radiative Contribution to the Thermal Conductivity of Fibrous Insulations
Hughes T., Linford R., Schmitt R.
Predicting Spacecraft Multilayer Insulation Performance from Heat Transfer Measurements
Hagemeyer W., Stimpson L.
Design Criteria for Guarded Hot Plate Apparatus
De Ponte F., Di Filippo P.
New Development in Design of Equipment for Measuring Thermal Conductivity and Heat Flow
Brendeng E., Frivik P.
Robinson Line-Heat-Source Guarded Hot Plate Apparatus
Flynn D., Hahn M., Robinson H.
Improving the Thermal Performance of the Ordinary Concrete Block
Ducharme E., Knickle H.
Thermal Conductivity of Evacuated Glass Beads: Line Source Measurements in a Large Volume Bead Bed Between 225 and 300 K
Langseth M., Ruccia F., Wechsler A.
High Performance Thermal Insulation for an Implantable Artificial Heart
Chi J., Stoner D., Svedberg R., Vojnovich T.
Study of Thermophysical Properties of Constructional Materials in a Temperature Range from 10 to 400 K
Bolshakov Y., Domorod L., Luikov A., Shashkov A., Tanaeva S., Vasiliev L.
Paper ID: STP544-EB