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TVT, 2000, Volume 38, Issue 2, Pages 313–320 (Mi tvt2075)  

This article is cited in 3 scientific papers (total in 3 papers)

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Optical quartz glass as a reference substance for the thermal conductivity coefficient of partially transparent materials

V. K. Bityukova, V. A. Petrovb

a Moscow State Institute of Radio-Engineering, Electronics and Automation (Technical University)
b Joint Institute for High Temperatures, Russian Academy of Sciences, Moscow

Abstract: A critical analysis is made of all available literature data on the true (phonon, conductive) coefficient of thermal conductivity of optical quartz glasses which are typical materials partially transparent to thermal radiation. Based on the most reliable of these data, the least squares method is used to derive an equation which approximates the temperature dependence of the thermal conductivity coefficient in the range of $600$$1500$ K. The possibility of application of optical quartz glass as a reference substance for determining the thermal conductivity coefficient of partially transparent materials under conditions of simultaneous radiative-conductive transfer of energy is substantiated.

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High Temperature, 2000, 38:2, 293–299

UDC: 536.21
Received: 02.03.1999

Citation: V. K. Bityukov, V. A. Petrov, “Optical quartz glass as a reference substance for the thermal conductivity coefficient of partially transparent materials”, TVT, 38:2 (2000), 313–320; High Temperature, 38:2 (2000), 293–299

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