Thermal Transmission Measurements of Insulation: A Symposium, Issue 660

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Ronald Phillip Tye
ASTM International, Jan 1, 1978 - Exterior walls - 451 pages
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Contents

Introduction
1
Reference Materials for Insulation Measurement Comparisons
7
Fibrous Insulating Materials as Standard Reference Materials at Low
30
An Interlaboratory Comparison of the ASTM C 335 Pipe Insulation
50
Does the Insulation Have a Thermal Conductivity? The Revised ASTM
60
Natural Convective Heat Transfer in Permeable Insulationc G
73
Part 1Density of Cel
82
Part 2Thermal Resist
104
Laboratory and Field Investigations of Moisture Absorption and Its
234
Light Transmission Measurements Through Glass Fiber Insulations
263
Fibrous Insulation HeatTransfer Modelc R KING
281
Heat Transfer in Refractory Fiber InsulationsA H STRIEPENS
293
Pipe Insulation Testerss H JURY D L MCELROY AND J P MOORE
310
A CalibratedGuarded HotBox Test FacilityR G MILLER E L
329
New HighTemperature Guarded HotBox Facility for Reflective In
342
A Calibrated HotBox Approach for SteadyState HeatTransfer Mea
357

Measurement of the Thermal Resistance of Thick LowDensity Mineral
130
Analysis of the Applicability of the HotWire Technique for Deter
147
Thermal Conductivity Measurements on HighTemperature Fibrous
154
Working with the HotWire
172
Determination of the Thermal Conductivity of Refractory Insulating
186
Heat Transfer Versus Pitch Angle for Nonventilated TriangularSec
203
Influence of Moisture and Moisture Gradients on Heat Transfer
211
Evaluation of HighTemperature Pipe Insulations Using a 16In Di
374
Practical Thermal Conductivity in an Insulated
409
Draft Measurement Technique Applied to Poor Conductorsi ASH
426
Summary
439
Index
445
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