Some Heat Transfer Considerations in Nonevacuated Cryogenic Powder Insulation
Evacuated powders have long been recognized as efficient insulation media for the retention of cryogenic fluids. Because of the practical inconveniences associated with evacuated insulations, this program was initiated to investigate the possibility of obtaining verv low thermal conductivities in nonevacuated powders.
KeywordsHeat Transfer Thermal Conductivity Kinetic Theory Effective Thermal Conductivity Total Heat Transfer
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