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  He, Lianhua ; Zhang, Meijie ; Gu, H. ; Huang, A.
The Influence of Thermal Radiation on Effective Thermal Conductivity in Porous Material
Interceram 65 (2016) [6] 237-243
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Abstract:
Effective thermal conductivity is an important parameter of porous materials for measurement of heat insulation performance. Two-dimensional geometrical models based on micrographs of real material were constructed in this paper and the finite element approach was applied for thermal analysis, the effective thermal conductivity was calculated. The influence of radiation heat transfer, temperature, and porosity on thermal conductivity were analyzed. The results show that conduction heat transfer plays an important role in total heat transfer and the influence of radiation heat transfer was small at low temperature. Because of the increase in radiation heat transfer, the temperature gradient decreased obviously at high temperature and the heat flux lines passed through the pores and became relatively smooth; thus the radiation heat transfer plays an important role in total heat transfer at high temperature and the influence of radiation heat transfer cannot be ignored. Thermal conductivity for a high porosity value will be greater than thermal conductivity for a low porosity value at high temperature. This paper provides guidance for predicting thermal conductivity and reducing the heat transfer efficiency of porous materials at high temperature.

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