Thermal Conductivity of Cycloaliphatic Liquids

  • D. T. Jamieson
  • G. Cartwright


New experimental measurments are presented for the thermal conductivity of 12 cycloaliphatic liquids over a range of temperatures. The measurements were made using a steady-state ac hot-wire method with an accuracy of ±3%. An equation is also described which correlates the experimental data and permits values to be estimated for other liquids belonging to the same chemical series.


Thermal Conductivity Critical Temperature Chemical Series Experimental Accuracy Thermal Conductivity Measurement 
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    Engineering Sciences Data Unit, “Thermal Conductivity of Liquid Cycloaliphatic Compounds,” ESDU Item No. 77010, London: Engineering Sciences Data Unit (1977).Google Scholar

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© Purdue Research Foundation 1983

Authors and Affiliations

  • D. T. Jamieson
    • 1
  • G. Cartwright
    • 1
  1. 1.National Engineering LaboratoryEast KilbrideScotland

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