Thermal Diffusivity and Conductivity
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Saving and Efficient Use of Energy
The most important role here is played by the material parameter thermal conductivity (amount of heat per second flowing through a material layer of a thickness of 1 meter and an area of 1 m² when the temperature difference amounts to 1 K). The thicker the material layer through which the heat flows, the higher the thermal resistance (R-Value) that the material layer presents to the quantity of heat to be transported. The reciprocal value of the thermal resistance is the thermal transmittance (U-Value), usually specified for structural component
Thermal Conductivity Measurements
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Innovative Sample Thickness and Parallelism Measurement