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Thermal radiative properties: metallic elements and alloys

Y. S. Touloukian

Thermal radiative properties: metallic elements and alloys

by Y. S. Touloukian

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Published by IFI/Plenum in New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Metals -- Thermal properties -- Charts, diagrams, etc.,
  • Alloys -- Thermal properties -- Charts, diagrams, etc.,
  • Heat -- Transmission.

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographies.

    Statement[by] Y. S. Touloukian [and] D. P. DeWitt.
    SeriesThermophysical properties of matter, v. 7
    ContributionsDeWitt, David P., 1934- joint author.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsQC173.397 .P87 1970 vol. 7, TA460 .P87 1970 vol. 7
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxxix, 61a, 1540, A14 p.
    Number of Pages1540
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL5691261M
    ISBN 100306670275
    LC Control Number70020537

    Thermal Expansion: Metallic Elements And Alloys Y. S Touloukian Thermophysical properties of materials for water. - IAEA Publications Thermal Radiative Properties-Coatings. Volume Thermal Diffusivity. Volume Viscosity. Volume Thermal Expansion-Metallic Elements and Alloys. Thermal expansion: metallic elements and alloys Book, The thermal radiative properties of glass are calculated using the optical constants data that are recently published in the literature. The directional-spectral reflectivity, absorptivity and transmissivity of glass are computed from to by:

    @article{osti_, title = {Thermophysical properties of matter - the TPRC data series. Volume 9. Thermal radiative properties - coatings. (Reannouncement). Data book}, author = {Touloukian, Y.S. and DeWitt, D.P. and Hernicz.}, abstractNote = {The TPRC Data Series published in 13 volumes plus a Master Index volume constitutes a permanent and valuable contribution to science and technology.   7. Thermal Radiative Properties-Metallic Elements and Alloys 8. Thermal Radiative Properties-Nonmetallic Solids 9. Thermal Radiative Properties-Coatings Thermal Diffusivity Viscosity Thermal Expansion-Metallic Elements and Alloys Thermal .

    Pure metals have relatively limited properties; however these properties can be enhanced by alloying the metals. Most of the metals used in engineering applications are in the form of their alloy. Most alloys consist of two or more solid phase in the form of either solid solutions or intermetallic compounds that depend on the alloying Cited by:   Volume 12 in this 14 volume TPRC Data Series covers 64 metallic elements, 94 intermetallic compounds, binary systems, and 70 groups of multiple alloys. Of these materials and systems, the data for (70%) have been critically evaluated, analyzed, and synthesized, and recommended reference values or provisional values are presented.


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Overall, this highlights the lack of emissivity data in vanadium-based materials and the need to perform further studies on Author: T. Echániz, I. González de Arrieta, R. Fuente, I. Urcelay-Olabarria, J.M. Igartua, N. de la Pinta, W. Volume 7 in this 14 volume TPRC Data Series covers emittance, reflectance, absorptance, and transmittance, which are qualified as hemispherical, normal, or angular and as total, integrated, spectral, or solar, for 43 metallic elements, 37 groups of binary alloys, and 37 groups of multiple by:   Thermophysical properties of matter v.

Thermal radiative properties: metallic elements and alloys, by Y. Touloukian and D. DeWitt. by Purdue University. Thermophysical Proper 13 Want to read; Published by IFI/Plenum in New York.

Written in English. Sources of material property values. Authors; Authors and affiliations R. K., Taylor, R. E., and Desai, P. () Thermophysical Properties of Matter, Vol Thermal Expansion-Metallic Elements and Alloys, IFI D. () Thermophysical Properties of Matter, Volume 7, Thermal Radiative Properties-Metallic Elements and Alloys Author: Gregory C.

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Thermal Radiative Properties-Nonmetallic Solids Volume 9. Thermal Radiative Properties-Coatings Cited by: 3. Individual pure metals may possess useful properties such as good electrical conductivity, high strength, and hardness, or heat and corrosion resistance.

Commercial metal alloys attempt to combine these beneficial properties in order to create metals more useful for particular applications than any of their component elements.

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