Thermophysical Properties of Materials

This is a thoroughly revised version of the original book published in 1986.

Thermophysical Properties of Materials

Author: G. Grimvall

Publisher: Elsevier

ISBN: 9780080542867

Page: 424

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This is a thoroughly revised version of the original book published in 1986. About half of the contents of the previous version remain essentially unchanged, and one quarter has been rewritten and updated. The rest consists of completely new and extended material. Recent research has focussed on new materials made through "molecular engineering", and computational materials science through ab initio electron structure calculations. Another trend is the ever growing interdisciplinary aspect of both basic and applied materials science. There is an obvious need for reviews that link well established results to the modern approaches. One purpose of this book is to provide such an overview in a specific field of materials science, namely thermophysical phenomena that are intimately connected with the lattice vibrations of solids. This includes, e.g., elastic properties and electrical and thermal transport. Furthermore, this book attempts to present the results in such a form that the reader can clearly see their domain of applicability, for instance if and how they depend on crystal structure, defects, applied pressure, crystal anisotropy etc. The level and presentation is such that the results can be immediately used in research. Graduate students in condensed matter physics, metallurgy, inorganic chemistry or geophysical materials will benefit from this book as will theoretical physicists and scientists in industrial research laboratories.

Thermophysical Properties of Materials

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Thermophysical Properties of Materials

Author: Göran Grimvall

Publisher: Elsevier Science Limited

ISBN:

Page: 348

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This book considers how properties such as elasticity, heat capacity, thermal expansion, electrical and thermal conductivity are influenced by, e.g. crystal structure, lattice defects, macroscopic inclusions, temperature, pressure, electric and magnetic fields.

Tables of Thermophysical Properties of Materials

The works reported on consist of the thermal conductivity and viscosity of gases and liquids, the thermal conductivity of metallic and nonmetallic elements, their alloys and their compounds, and the emissive properties of metals.

Tables of Thermophysical Properties of Materials

Author: Yeram Sarkis Touloukian

Publisher:

ISBN:

Page: 37

View: 897

This final report covers work on a continuing systematic program involving the search, collection, extraction, evaluation, correlation, interpolation, extrapolation, and final preparation of tables of properties referred to as "most probable" values. The report does not contain the completed data sheets, but does reproduce in the Appendix up-to-date Tables of Contents of Volumes 1, 2 and 3 of the Data Books in which the loose-leaf data sheets are organized. The works reported on consist of the thermal conductivity and viscosity of gases and liquids, the thermal conductivity of metallic and nonmetallic elements, their alloys and their compounds, and the emissive properties of metals. The data sheets are released twice annually, in June and December of each year. Current sheets are obtainable from the Air Force Materials Laboraotry, Wright-Patterson AFB, Ohio, complete sets are available only from THRC, Purdue University, Lafayette, Indiana.

Tables of Thermophysical Properties of Materials

The works reported on consist of the thermal conductivity and viscosity of gases and liquids, the thermal conductivity of metallic and nonmetallic elements, their alloys and their compounds, and the emissive properties of metals. (Author).

Tables of Thermophysical Properties of Materials

Author: Yeram Sarkis Touloukian

Publisher:

ISBN:

Page: 16

View: 711

This final report covers work on a continuing systematic program involving the search, collection, extraction, evaluation, correlation, interpolation, extrapolation, and final preparation of tables of properties referred to as "most probable" values. The report does not contain the completed data sheets, but does reproduce in the Appendix up-to-date Tables of Contents of Volumes 1, 2 and 3 of the Data Books in which the loose-leaf data sheets are organized. The works reported on consist of the thermal conductivity and viscosity of gases and liquids, the thermal conductivity of metallic and nonmetallic elements, their alloys and their compounds, and the emissive properties of metals. The data sheets are released twice annually, in June and December of each year. Current sheets are obtainable from the Air Force Materials Laboraotry, Wright-Patterson AFB, Ohio, complete sets are available only from THRC, Purdue University, Lafayette, Indiana.

Thermophysical Properties of Materials for Nuclear Engineering

A resource for reactor physicists and engineers and students of nuclear power engineering, this publication provides a comprehensive summary of the thermophysical properties data needed in nuclear power engineering.

Thermophysical Properties of Materials for Nuclear Engineering

Author: International Atomic Energy Agency

Publisher:

ISBN: 9789201065087

Page: 191

View: 892

A resource for reactor physicists and engineers and students of nuclear power engineering, this publication provides a comprehensive summary of the thermophysical properties data needed in nuclear power engineering. It includes data for nuclear fuels (metallic and ceramic), coolants (gases, light water, heavy water and liquid metals), moderators, absorbers and structural materials. The correlations and equations provided allow for the estimation of all important thermodynamic and transport properties. The detailed material properties of both solid and liquid states are shown in tabular form. The data on thermophysical properties of saturated vapours of some metals are also given.

Thermophysical Properties of Complex Materials

This book assists in the exchange of research and progress outcomes concerned with the latest issues in thermophysical properties (TPPs) of complex liquids research, development, and production.

Thermophysical Properties of Complex Materials

Author: Aamir Shahzad

Publisher: BoD – Books on Demand

ISBN: 1789848881

Page: 132

View: 276

This book assists in the exchange of research and progress outcomes concerned with the latest issues in thermophysical properties (TPPs) of complex liquids research, development, and production. Topics cover the control of transport properties of metallic alloys, thermal analysis of complex plasmas and instabilities in plasma devices, thermophysical properties at nanolevel, theoretical background of viscosities of hydrocarbons at varying temperature and pressure ranges, molecular modeling, and experimental investigations based on nanofluids and ionic conduction in solid-state electrolytes for thermodynamic data. This book enables global researchers to tackle the challenges that continue to generate cost-effective TPPs and the latest understanding in the development of complex materials and the collaboration of modern thermophysical generating technologies. Moreover, it provides a platform for different regional authors to exchange scientific knowledge and generate enthusiasm for science and technology.

Description of a Continuing Program on Tables of Thermophysical Properties of Materials

The works reported on consist of the thermal conductivity and viscosity of gases, and the thermal conductivity, thermal diffusivity and radiative properties of metallic and nonmetallic elements, alloys, and compounds.

Description of a Continuing Program on Tables of Thermophysical Properties of Materials

Author: C. Y. Ho

Publisher:

ISBN:

Page: 102

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This technical documentary report covers work on a continuing systematic program involving the search, collection, extraction, evaluation, correlation, interpolation, extrapolation, and the final preparation of tables of properties referred to as "most probable" values. The report does not contain the completed data sheets, but does reproduce in the Appendix up-to-date Tables of Contents and the Directory of Materials for each of the Chapters of Volume 1, 2, and 3 of the Data Book on Thermophysical Properties in which the loose-leaf data sheets are organized. The works reported on consist of the thermal conductivity and viscosity of gases, and the thermal conductivity, thermal diffusivity and radiative properties of metallic and nonmetallic elements, alloys, and compounds.

Compendium of Thermophysical Property Measurement Methods

This reference work, the Compendium of Thermophysical Property Measurement Methods, is the result of the first phase of work on this program.

Compendium of Thermophysical Property Measurement Methods

Author: A. Cezairliyan

Publisher: Springer

ISBN: 9781461566809

Page: 806

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The need for reliable data on thermophysical and thermal optical properties of solid materials grows continually and increasingly. Existing property data, except for selected pure elements and for some simple alloys and compounds, are often not reliable, so in many cases the need for correct and acceptably accurate information can only be met through the measurement of a given property. The measurement-that is, the selection of the measurement method, building or purchase of the apparatus, and the measurement procedure itself carries many hidden hazards because methods and their variants are numerous and not appropriate for all materials and temperature ranges, and have many subtle sources of systematic errors, known only to those who have thoroughly studied them. The need for a concise yet complete reference work describing thermo physical and thermal optical property measurement techniques, and ultimately, reliable and detailed directions for property measurement discussed at the Sixth European Thermophysical Properties Conference in Dubrovnik, Yugoslavia in 1978, led its International Organizing Committee to launch an international cooperative project with these objectives. This reference work, the Compendium of Thermophysical Property Measurement Methods, is the result of the first phase of work on this program. It is a summary of the state-of-the-art methods for the measurement of thermal and electrical conductivity, thermal diffusivity, specific heat, thermal expansion, and thermal radiative properties of solid materials, from room temperature to very high temperatures.

Electron Beam Technique for Measuring the Thermophysical Properties of Materials

The suitability of electron bombardment for measuring the thermophysical properties of materials was established.

Electron Beam Technique for Measuring the Thermophysical Properties of Materials

Author: H. Malcolm Childers

Publisher:

ISBN:

Page: 66

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The suitability of electron bombardment for measuring the thermophysical properties of materials was established. A solution applicable to the case of a radiating cylindrical sample is presented; the technique offers a valuable tool for measuring these properties within described limits. Values of thermal diffusivity, thermal conductivity, density/specific heat, and total normal emissivity were determined for graphite and Al2O3 (polycrystalline). Recommendations on instrumentation are made for the further development of this technique. (Author).

Thermophysical Properties of High Temperature Solid Materials Nonferrous alloys pt 1 Nonferrous binary alloys pt 2 Nonferrous multiple alloys

With a realization of the seriousness of this situation , a great deal of research
effort has been made in recent years on the thermophysical properties of
materials with the result that the volume of research literature has increased
many fold .

Thermophysical Properties of High Temperature Solid Materials    Nonferrous alloys   pt  1  Nonferrous binary alloys   pt  2  Nonferrous multiple alloys

Author: Purdue University. Thermophysical Properties Research Center

Publisher:

ISBN:

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Thermophysical Properties of High Temperature Solid Materials pt 1 Intermetallics cermets polymers and composite systems pt 2 Cermets polymers composite systems

With realization of the seriousness of this situation , a great deal of research effort
has been made in recent years on the thermophysical properties of materials with
the result that the volume of research literature has increased many fold .

Thermophysical Properties of High Temperature Solid Materials  pt  1   Intermetallics  cermets  polymers  and composite systems   pt  2  Cermets  polymers  composite systems

Author: Purdue University. Thermophysical Properties Research Center

Publisher:

ISBN:

Page:

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A Continuing Systematic Program on Tables of Thermophysical Properties of Materials

The work reported on consists of both data tables projects and scientific documentation efforts.

A Continuing Systematic Program on Tables of Thermophysical Properties of Materials

Author: C. Y. Ho

Publisher:

ISBN:

Page: 118

View: 896

The work reported on consists of both data tables projects and scientific documentation efforts. The data tables projects are on the thermal conductivity, specific heat, thermal radiative properties (emittance, reflectance, absorptance, transmittance), thermal diffusivity, and thermal linear and volumetric expansion of elements, ferrous and nonferrous alloys, intermetallic, semiconducting, and nonmetallic compounds, cermets, ceramics, mixtures, composites, systems, polymers, etc. and on the thermal conductivity, specific heat, and viscosity of fluids and fluid mixtures. (Author).

Recommended Values of Thermophysical Properties for Selected Commercial Alloys

The work contained in this report was carried out as part of the National Physical Laboratory's MTS Programme on Processability, the purpose of which was to provide engineers with the best possible data on commercially available alloys to ...

Recommended Values of Thermophysical Properties for Selected Commercial Alloys

Author: K. C. Mills

Publisher: Woodhead Publishing

ISBN: 1855735695

Page: 244

View: 748

The work contained in this report was carried out as part of the National Physical Laboratory's MTS Programme on Processability, the purpose of which was to provide engineers with the best possible data on commercially available alloys to help with the mathematical modelling of processes such as casting and refining. Mathematical modelling has become an increasingly useful tool in improving process control and efficiency and product quality. Models have been developed to the stage where one of the prime requirements is for accurate and reliable data for the thermophysical properties involved in the heating and fluid flow processes. There is very little available data in the standard literature on commercial alloys so this report fulfills a real need for all those involved in modelling processes with commercially available alloys by providing valuable data relating to: Fraction solid Melting range Heat capacity Enthalpy Thermal diffusivity and conductivity Emissivity density Viscosity Surface tension The book also provides a model for assessing the properties of alloys not covered individually in the work by reference to their chemical composition. Recommended values of thermophysical properties for selected commercial alloys is an important new data source for all metals refiners, metallurgists, materials scientists and engineers needing to understand the thermophysical properties of alloys for casting, primary or secondary refining. Provides critically assessed data for thermophysical properties of widely used commercial alloys Essential information for the development and mathematical modelling of processes such as casting and refining Contains valuable and unique data developed from testing programmes carried out at the National Physical Laboratory, UK