Guarded Hot Plate and Heat Flow Meter Methodology

    Shirtliffe CJ, Tye RP
    Published: 1985

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    This book discusses improvements, problems, and issues that affect reliable thermal measurements by the guarded hot plate and heat flow meter methods. It examines current apparatus design, operation and use; precision and accuracy; analysis and error. It reveals that progress is being made in the effort to make more accurate, reproducible measurements at all temperature.

    Table of Contents

    Shirtliffe C., Tye R.

    Shirtliffe C., Tye R.

    Analysis of Errors in Guarded Hot Plate Measurements as Compiled by the Finite Element Method
    Troussart L.

    Thermal Conductivity Measurements with the Plate Apparatus: Influence of the Guard Ring Width on the Accuracy of Measurements
    Bode K.

    Error Analysis of Measuring Thermal Conductivity by Circular and One Side Heat Flow Type Guarded Hot Plate Apparatus
    Eguchi K.

    Summary of Error Analysis for the National Bureau of Standards 1016-mm Guarded Hot Plate and Considerations Regarding Systematic Error for the Heat Flow Meter Apparatus
    Rennex B.

    Evaluation of Thermal Conductance of Liquefied Natural Gas Tank Insulation
    Brendeng E.

    Present and Future Research on Guarded Hot Plate and Heat Flow Meter Apparatus
    De Ponte F.

    A Flat Insulation Tester That Uses an Unguarded Nichrome Screen Wire Heater
    Graves R., McElroy D., Moore J., Yarbrough D.

    Discussion of Heat Flow Meter Apparatus and Transfer Standards Used for Error Analysis
    Bomberg M., Solvason K.

    Use of a Heat Flow Meter Apparatus for Testing Loose-Fill Materials Prepared for Laboratory Testing
    McCaa D.

    A Review of Current Commercially Available Guarded Hot Plate and Heat Flow Meter Apparatus and Instrumentation
    Coumou K.

    Development of a Large Area Heat Flow Meter
    Eguchi K., Miyake Y.

    Recent Developments with the Thin-Heater Thermal Conductivity Apparatus
    Hager N.

    Development of a Company Wide Heat Flow Meter Calibration Program Based on the National Bureau of Standards Certified Transfer Specimens
    Pelanne C.

    Field Measurements of Steady-State Thermal Transfer Properties of Insulation Systems
    Larson D.

    Surface Temperature Sensor Calibration: In Situ Technique
    Schumann S.


    Committee: C16

    DOI: 10.1520/STP879-EB

    ISBN-EB: 978-0-8031-4944-1

    ISBN-13: 978-0-8031-0423-5

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