heat-conducting

heat-conducting

adj
(General Physics) able to conduct heat or whose function is to conduct heat
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heat-conducting rising pipes in stainless steel with inliner circulation,
A heat-conducting silicone-based gap filler material has been introduced for the electronics industry.
The author has already made attempts to account a multiphase structure of the heat-conducting body in the determination of thermal conductivity in an elemental volume of the composite [15] and the study of the thermal field in a single fiber, surrounded by a matrix [16].
Nanodiamond-impregnated polymers can deliver heat-conducting benefits for products including LED lighting, mobile devices including cellphones, and Internet-of-Things (loT) enabled devices of any type.
By forming the film on a heat-conducting alumina substrate that is metalized and soldered to a heat-dissipating copper plate tab, it's possible to create low-cost, high-power film resistors in small TO-style packages.
The sight of their cockroach-infested, and heat-conducting cells won't stoke the public to fury, let alone to another Edsa, tragic or farcical.
Abstract: Polymers are usually considered thermal insulators, because the amorphous arrangement of the molecular chains reduces the mean free path of heat-conducting phonons.
3, 4] studied microcontinuum fluid mechanics and its applications and Rlha [5] investigated the theory of heat-conducting micropolar fluid with microtemperature.
New heat-conducting phase-change metal thermal interface material (PCM TIM)
Navier-Stokes equations are used to characterize the single-phase, heat-conducting and non-turbulent (or time-averaged turbulent) fluid (gas or liquid) flow interfaces.
Packaging in epoxy over-molded ceramic with a heat-conducting alumina substrate that provides low offset voltage of less than 1 [micro]V.
Based on such information, movable belts and heat-conducting metal inside the gloves re-create the feel of the object for the operator.