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  • Thermal storage for the energy transition

    In Germany, 55 percent of final energy consumption goes towards heating and cooling. However, a lot of heat dissipates unused because it is not generated as and when required. Thermal storage using zeolite material allows heat to be stored for long periods of time without losing any. Fraunhofer rese more

  • Researchers discover a new inorganic material with lowest thermal conductivity ever reported

    A collaborative research team, led by the University of Liverpool, has discovered a new inorganic material with the lowest thermal conductivity ever reported. This discovery paves the way for the development of new thermoelectric materials that will be critical for a sustainable society. Reported in more

  • Heat-Insulating Titanate

    Searching for lead materials with specific properties, researchers have developed a workflow that incorporates artificial intelligence to guide discovery of a new ceramic structure with particularly low thermal conductivity. As they explain in the journal Angewandte Chemie, the material has an unusu more

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  • Thermal Properties of Polymer Materials at a Glance!

    In the manufacturing and processing of thermoplastics, elastomers, rubbers and thermosetting materials, knowledge of their thermal properties is very important. Various thermal analysis methods are employed by manufacturers, processors and users in a more

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Thermal conductivity

Thermal conductivity In physics , thermal conductivity, k, is the property of a material that indicates its ability to conduct heat . It is used primarily in Fourier's Law for heat conduction . It is defined as the quantity of heat, Δ ... more


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