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|Title:||Methodological instructions to the laboratory work "Estimation of Thermal Conductivity of Heat Insulation of a Pipeline"|
|Authors:||Pylyov, V. V.|
Peresyolkov, O. R.
|Keywords:||methodical instructions; problem statement; laboratory installation description; test procedure; processing the data; control questions|
|Citation:||Methodological instructions to the laboratory work "Estimation of Thermal Conductivity of Heat Insulation of a Pipeline" of discipline "Theoretical Fundamentals of Heat Engineering" [Electronic resource] : for students of specialty 141 – "Electric Power Engineering, Electrical Engineering and Electromechanics" / comp.: V. V. Pylyov, O. R. Peresyolkov ; National Technical University "Kharkiv polytechnic institute". – Electronic text data. – Kharkiv, 2021. – 12 p. – URI: http://repository.kpi.kharkov.ua/handle/KhPI-Press/55166.|
|Abstract:||The intensity of conduction, which is a mode of heat transfer innate to solid bodies, is determined by the temperature gradient and the value of the thermal conductivity. The latter is a thermophysical characteristic of the substance, which in the general case depends on temperature and is usually found experimentally. The goal of the laboratory work is deepening knowledge of the theory of thermal conduction, obtaining the skills of carrying out experimental work to determine the thermal conductivity of materials. It is an important part of training of students regarding heat engineering.|
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