Thermal Properties of Zeolite-Containing Composites
AbstractA zeolite (mordenite)–pore–phenol resin composite and a zeolite–pore–shirasu glass composite were fabricated by hot-pressing. Their thermal conductivities were measured by a laser flash method to determine the thermal conductivity of the monolithic zeolite with the proposed mixing rule. The analysis using composites is useful for a zeolite powder with no sinterability to clarify its thermal properties. At a low porosity <20%, the thermal conductivity of the composite was in excellent agreement with the calculated value for the structure with phenol resin or shirasu glass continuous phase. At a higher porosity above 40%, the measured value approached the calculated value for the structure with pore continuous phase. The thermal conductivity of the monolithic mordenite was evaluated to be 3.63 W/mK and 1.70–2.07 W/mK at room temperature for the zeolite–pore–phenol resin composite and the zeolite–pore–shirasu glass composite, respectively. The analyzed thermal conductivities of monolithic mordenite showed a minimum value of 1.23 W/mK at 400 °C and increased to 2.51 W/mK at 800 °C. View Full-Text
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Shimonosono, T.; Hirata, Y.; Nishikawa, K.; Sameshima, S.; Sodeyama, K.; Masunaga, T.; Yoshimura, Y. Thermal Properties of Zeolite-Containing Composites. Materials 2018, 11, 420.
Shimonosono T, Hirata Y, Nishikawa K, Sameshima S, Sodeyama K, Masunaga T, Yoshimura Y. Thermal Properties of Zeolite-Containing Composites. Materials. 2018; 11(3):420.Chicago/Turabian Style
Shimonosono, Taro; Hirata, Yoshihiro; Nishikawa, Kyohei; Sameshima, Soichiro; Sodeyama, Kenichi; Masunaga, Takuro; Yoshimura, Yukio. 2018. "Thermal Properties of Zeolite-Containing Composites." Materials 11, no. 3: 420.
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