Apparent Thermal Conductivity Versus Density as a Function of Blown Thickness for Pneumatically Applied Insulations : Continuing Studies / RC. Mathis, HD. Angleton
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- Insulation Materials, Testing and Applications (1987 : Bal Harbour, Florida)
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- Angleton, HD., Mathis, RC., American Society for Testing and Materials, and ASTM International
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- Seventy-three samples of pneumatically applied mineral fiber insulations were tested in a heat flow meter apparatus. The measured value of apparent thermal conductivity for these materials seems to be influenced negatively by the percentage of compression beyond the blown test sample thickness. The magnitude of this ¿̐ưcompression effect¿̐ư does not seem to be constant across the product and density spectrum. Implications for product evaluation and further test standardization are discussed.
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- Volume 1990, Issue 1030 (January 1990)
- 9780803151093 (e-ISBN), 9780803112780, and 0803112785
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