Influence of the Method of Attaching Surface Thermocouples on the Error of Temperature Determination in Testing Ceramic Materials on Radiative Heating Installations
A procedural error of measuring the temperature on the ceramic material surface in testings carried out on radiative heating installations has been estimated. Different methods of attaching contact temperature sensors are investigated. Using mathematical simulation accounting for the thermophysical properties of all materials, good qualitative and quantitative agreement between calculated and experimental values of temperature has been obtained in the temperature sensor–sample system. Recommendations for reducing the error of measuring the frontal surface of samples in carrying out thermal tests on a radiative heating stand are given.
Keywordsprocedural error of temperature measurement thermal testing radiative heating quartz ceramics
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