specific heat capacity


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specific heat capacity

the heat required to raise unit mass of a substance by unit temperature interval under specified conditions, such as constant pressure: usually measured in joules per kelvin per kilogram.
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The thermochemical properties taken from NIST-JANAF tables consider temperature dependency of the specific heat capacity.
ij] are the laminar viscosity, the turbulence kinetic energy, the ratio of specific heats, the specific heat capacity, the Prandtl number, and the mean viscous stress tensor, respectively.
The specific heat capacity of ACOF was determined with a continuous C p mode on a Micro- DSCIII apparatus (Seteram, France) under atmospheric pressure, heating rate, 0.
The best combinations of process parameters for achieving minimum thermal conductivity and thermal expansion and for maximum specific heat capacity along with the corresponding optimal values of thermal properties are exhibited in Table 9.
m] are, respectively, tissue density, specific heat capacity, volumetric perfusion rate, specific heat capacity of blood and internal volumetric heat generation.
SigmaSoft, for instance, accepts thermal conductivity data and, in conjunction with specific heat capacity and density, calculates thermal diffusivity.
Thennograms are plotted as excess specific heat capacity (cal/[degrees]C x g) vs temperature.
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Temperature, thermal conductivity, specific heat capacity and thermal diffusivity can all be measured quickly and easily using the Decagon KD2 thermal properties meter.