Results of Investigating the Thermal Conductivity of Isobutane,
FOREIGN TECHNOLOGY DIV WRIGHT-PATTERSON AFB OHIO
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The article presents results of investigating the thermal conductivity of liquid and gaseous iso-butane at temperatures and pressures above and below the critical. The thermal conductivity of i-butane was measured at temperatures of 193.1, 213.0, 233.5, 257.0, 270.6, 290.0, 311.0, 334.4, 359.7, 383.7, 405.8, 410.7, and 413.7K and at pressures from 0.1 to 50.6 Mnsq m 1-500 kGsq cm. Investigations of the thermal conductivity of i-butane were made using the method of a regular regime employing a cylindrical bicalorimeter.
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