Heat Transport through Powders
Heat transport or entropy production is a problem common to all low temperature work. Sometimes heat transport can be undesirable and should be cut to a minimum. These unwanted “heat-leaks” are costly, and the lower the temperature the more costly it becomes to remove a given amount of heat and discharge it at ambient temperatures. In an effort to cut “heat-leaks” to a minimum for given boundary and temperature conditions several ideas have been tried.
KeywordsEntropy Helium Emissivity Boulder
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