Measurement Techniques

, Volume 23, Issue 5, pp 426–430 | Cite as

Dynamic method for measuring heat conduction of solid bodies in the range 5–20 W/m·‡K and 400–1100‡K

  • V. V. Kurepin
  • B. N. Oleinik
Thermophysical Measurements


Physical Chemistry Analytical Chemistry Heat Conduction Solid Body Dynamic Method 
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  • V. V. Kurepin
  • B. N. Oleinik

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