The paper considers the effect of heat transfer in the impulse method of measurement on the value of the maximum temperature and on the time for achieving its half-value. Taking this heat transfer effect into account increases the accuracy of measuring the thermophysical properties.
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Sipailov, V.A., Zagrebin, L.D., Kasatkina, O.F. et al. Effect of heat transfer in the impulse method on the measurement of thermophysical properties. Journal of Engineering Physics 51, 964–966 (1986). https://doi.org/10.1007/BF00871200
- Heat Transfer
- Statistical Physic
- Transfer Effect
- Thermophysical Property
- Heat Transfer Effect