Thermophysical Properties of Selected Aerospace Materials. Part 2. Thermophysical Properties of Seven Materials
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This work presents the most comprehensively compiled experimental data and information on five thermophysical properties of seven selected aerospace materials and the recommended values resulting from critical evaluation, analysis, and synthesis of the available data and information. The five thermophysical properties are thermal conductivity, specific heat, heat of fusion, thermal linear expansion, and thermal diffusivity. The seven selected materials are aluminum alloy 2024, AISI 3204 stainless steel, Pyroceram Corning 9606, silicon nitride, boron fiber epoxy composite, glass fiber epoxy composite, and graphite fiber epoxy composite. The experimental data and the recommended values for each property of each material are presented in both tabular and graphical forms, together with a discussion text and a specification table. The former reviews the available data and information, discusses the considerations involved in the data analysis and synthesis and in arriving at the final assessment and recommendation and specified the uncertainty of the recommended values, and the latter gives the information on the specimen characterization and measurement method and condition for each set of experimental data.
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