The use of the flat plate method to investigate the thermophysical properties of highly efficient heat insulation at low temperatures
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This paper describes the design and technical features of a calorimetric device for the investigation of the thermophysical properties of highly efficient insulation in the temperature range 4.2°–373° K.
KeywordsStatistical Physic Thermophysical Property Flat Plate Technical Feature Plate Method
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