Glass fiberblanket SRM for thermal resistance
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Published by U.S. Dept. of Commerce, National Bureau of Standards, For sale by the Supt. of Docs., U.S. G.P.O. in Gaithersburg, MD, Washington, D.C .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Glass fiberboard -- Thermal properties.

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Edition Notes

StatementJ.G. Hust.
SeriesNBS special publication ;, 260-103, Standard reference materials.
ContributionsNational Measurement Laboratory (U.S.). Office of Standard Reference Materials.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsQC100 .U57 no. 260-103, TA450 .U57 no. 260-103
The Physical Object
Paginationix, 16 p. :
Number of Pages16
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL2663382M
LC Control Number85600582

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Get this from a library! Glass fiberblanket SRM for thermal resistance. [J G Hust; National Measurement Laboratory (U.S.). Office of Standard Reference Materials.; United States. National Bureau of . Standard Reference Materials: Glass fiberboard SRM c, for thermal resistance from K to K by Zarr, Robert R. Abstract. A numerical model for coupled conduction and radiation heat transfer in fibrous insulations was used to predict the steady-state heat transfer in two standard reference materials (SRM); SRM (low density fiberglass - kg/m 3) and SRM (b)(high density fiberglass - kg/m 3).Gray isotropic radiative properties were input into the transient numerical model which marches to Cited by: 5. The apparent thermal conductivity data that provide the basis for the certification of glass fiberblanket as an SRM of thermal resistance are reported and analyzed.

Publications (SPs) Archived SRM/RM Certificates/Reports of Investigation SRM Shoutouts Newsletter Standard Reference Instruments Publications (SPs) Share. Facebook. Linkedin. Twitter Glass Fiberblanket SRM for Thermal Resistance (September ). Hust, J. G.   Hust J G Glass Fiberblanket SRM for Thermal Resistance (Boulder, CO: NBS) [20] Zarr R Expanded polystyrene board as a standard reference material for thermal resistance measurement systems Insulation Materials: Testing and Applications ASTM STP, ed R S Graves and R R Zarr (West Conshohocken, PA: ASTM) pp Cited by: Membrane-faced surface with a fl ame propagation resistance, critical radiant fl ux of W/cm2 ( Btu/ft2xs) or greater. Class C Membrane-faced surface not rated for fl ame propagation resistance (for use In non exposed applications only). Category 1 Membrane is a vapor Size: KB. Fiberglass is made of molten glass spun into micro fibers and is one of the most common types of insulation used. Calculate Conductive Heat Transfer; Calculate Overall Heat Transfer Coefficient - U-value; Fiberglass thermal conductivity vs. temperature are indicated in the charts below: T(o C) = 5/9[T(o F) - 32] 1 W/(m K) = (Btu in)/(h.

  Thermal conductivity of insulations using guarded hot plates, including recent developments and sources of reference materials. David Salmon. Hust J G Glass Fiberblanket SRM for Thermal Resistance (Boulder, CO: NBS) Google Scholar [20]Cited by: Effective thermal conductivity of a glass fiberblanket standard reference material / David R. Smith, Jer Glass fiberblanket SRM for thermal resistance [microform] / J.G. Hust; An Automated high-temperature guarded-hot-plate apparatus for measuring apparent thermal conductivity [m. 1. Introduction. During the past 36 years, the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST 1) has issued five production lots of Standard Reference Material ®2 (SRM) , Fibrous Glass Board, for thermal insulation measurements. The lots, designated , a, b, c, and most recently d, have been issued with certified value assignments for thermal resistance, thermal Cited by: 1. This paper describes the results of thermal conductivity measurements at temperatures from 84 K to K on a glass fibreblanket insulation which is intended to be a Standard Material (SRM), The measurements were performed in an atmosphere of dry nitrogen at a Cited by: 2.