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EDUCATION => Mechanical Engineering => Topic started by: ekin on May 29, 2017, 02:13:58 PM

Title: How to best analyze heat transfer?
Post by: ekin on May 29, 2017, 02:13:58 PM
Hi everyone,


I just started my very first semester of uni and we already have a project I don't know how to do. We are supposed to conduct a simple thermal analysis of aluminium but I don't know how! There are so many tools in this lab: dilatometer, thermigravimeters, thin film analysers etc... They're all from linseis (https://www.linseis.com/en/) and I tried to read up on each tool on their website but I'm still not sure which tool is the best choice for my project.


Can someone please help me?
Title: Re: How to best analyze heat transfer?
Post by: Anila on May 29, 2017, 02:44:22 PM
Hi everyone,


I just started my very first semester of uni and we already have a project I don't know how to do. We are supposed to conduct a simple thermal analysis of aluminium but I don't know how! There are so many tools in this lab: dilatometer, thermigravimeters, thin film analysers etc... They're all from linseis (https://www.linseis.com/en/) and I tried to read up on each tool on their website but I'm still not sure which tool is the best choice for my project.


Can someone please help me?
 



by what way you want to transfer heat? i mean there are three forms of heat transfer. and can you please explain more about your project?
Title: Re: How to best analyze heat transfer?
Post by: ekin on September 04, 2017, 04:13:59 PM
Hi everyone,


I just started my very first semester of uni and we already have a project I don't know how to do. We are supposed to conduct a simple thermal analysis of aluminium but I don't know how! There are so many tools in this lab: dilatometer, thermigravimeters, thin film analysers etc... They're all from linseis (https://www.linseis.com/en/) and I tried to read up on each tool on their website but I'm still not sure which tool is the best choice for my project.


Can someone please help me?
 



by what way you want to transfer heat? i mean there are three forms of heat transfer. and can you please explain more about your project?


Sorry, I forgot to reply bc I figured it out on my own I wanted to transfer heat via physical contact.
Title: Re: How to best analyze heat transfer?
Post by: mechanic on September 04, 2017, 07:20:35 PM
Hi everyone,


I just started my very first semester of uni and we already have a project I don't know how to do. We are supposed to conduct a simple thermal analysis of aluminium but I don't know how! There are so many tools in this lab: dilatometer, thermigravimeters, thin film analysers etc... They're all from linseis (https://www.linseis.com/en/) and I tried to read up on each tool on their website but I'm still not sure which tool is the best choice for my project.


Can someone please help me?
 



by what way you want to transfer heat? i mean there are three forms of heat transfer. and can you please explain more about your project?


Sorry, I forgot to reply bc I figured it out on my own I wanted to transfer heat via physical contact.

so means your problem is now solved?