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Results. To predict the lattice thermal conductivity of MgO crystals at conditions from ambient to those of the Earth s CMB we first computed the harmonic force constant matrices of lattice vibration and the third-order lattice anharmonicity tensors at seven densities ranging from 3.35 to 5.15 g/cm 3 ().At each density we explicitly evaluated phonon scattering rates of all the irreducible Oct 01 2020 · The thermal conductivity of post-perovskite (ppv) the highest-pressure polymorph of MgSiO 3 in the Earth s mantle is one of the most important transport properties for providing better constraints on the temperature profile and dynamics at the core-mantle boundary (CMB). Incorporation of Fe into ppv can affect its conductivity which has never been experimentally investigated.

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Oct 01 2020 · The thermal conductivity of post-perovskite (ppv) the highest-pressure polymorph of MgSiO 3 in the Earth s mantle is one of the most important transport properties for providing better constraints on the temperature profile and dynamics at the core-mantle boundary (CMB). Incorporation of Fe into ppv can affect its conductivity which has never been experimentally investigated. Results. To predict the lattice thermal conductivity of MgO crystals at conditions from ambient to those of the Earth s CMB we first computed the harmonic force constant matrices of lattice vibration and the third-order lattice anharmonicity tensors at seven densities ranging from 3.35 to 5.15 g/cm 3 ().At each density we explicitly evaluated phonon scattering rates of all the irreducible

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Mar 15 2014 · We show that the thermal conductivity of post-perovskite (∼12 W/mK) is 50 larger than that of perovskite under the same conditions (∼8.5 W/mK) and is anisotropic with conductivity along the a -axis being 40 higher than conductivity along the c -axis. This enhances the high heat flux into cold regions of D″ where post-perovskite is Oct 01 2015 · Using a novel flash-heating method for in-situ high-temperature and high-pressure thermal conductivity measurement we study the transport properties of platinum to 55 GPa and 2300 K. Experimental data reveal a simple high-pressure and high-temperature behavior of the thermal conductivity that is linearly dependent on both pressure and temperature.

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Oct 20 2020 · Interface thermal conductance "hc" (as shown in Table 1) represents the thermal transfer efficiency from the diamond particles to the copper matrix.The higher the value is the better the interface layer functions as a thermal transfer "bridge " so that higher thermal conductivity of Thermal conductivity as a function of temperature. Dashed lines show the uncertainty interval. The points indicate thermal conductivity results from MD simulations from Ref. 22 and the

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The existence of solid-phase nanoparticles remarkably improves the thermal conductivity of the fluids. The enhancement in this property of the nanofluids is affected by different items such as the solid-phase volume fraction and dimensions temperature etc. In the current paper three different mathematical models including polynomial correlation Multivariate Adaptive Regression Spline Jun 26 2014 · Considering the temperature effect estimated by previous high‐temperature measurements we calculated the lattice part of the thermal conductivity of MgO to be 17.9 ± 1.1 W/m/K at 135 GPa and 3600 K. Additionally we observed that the lattice conductivity of MgO has little dependence on its grain size under core‐mantle boundary conditions.

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An instrument for the measurement of the thermal conductivity of liquids at high temperatures To cite this article J S Powell 1991 Meas. Sci. Technol. 2 111 View the article online for updates and enhancements. Related content An apparatus to measure the thermal conductivity of liquids C A Nieto de Castro J C G Calado W A Wakeham et al.- Jan 01 2013 · Cohen R. E. Thermal Conductivity of MgO at High Pressures. THE REVIEW OF HIGH PRESSURE SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY 7 160–162 (1998). Google Scholar Tang X. Dong J. Lattice thermal conductivity of MgO at conditions of Earth s interior. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 107 4539–4543 (2010).

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Jun 26 2014 · Considering the temperature effect estimated by previous high‐temperature measurements we calculated the lattice part of the thermal conductivity of MgO to be 17.9 ± 1.1 W/m/K at 135 GPa and 3600 K. Additionally we observed that the lattice conductivity of MgO has little dependence on its grain size under core‐mantle boundary conditions. New thermal conductivity measurement are reported. The systems studied were (a) ethylene glycol with added CuO TiO 2 or Al 2 O 3 nanoparticles and (b) water with added TiO 2 or Al 2 O 3 nanoparticles or multiwall carbon nanotubes (MWCNTs). All of

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The thermal conductivity of polycrystalline magnesium oxide has been measured over the temperature range from 400 K to 1300 K using a modified guarded-hot-plate design. Three different thicknesses Apr 03 2017 · Thermal conductivity of mantle minerals is critical for controlling the temperature profile and dynamics of the mantle and subducting slabs. However the effect of hydration on lattice thermal conductivity remains poorly understood. We studied lattice thermal conductivity of olivine (Mg0.9Fe0.1)2SiO4 (Fo90) to 15 GPa using ultrafast optics. The thermal conductivity of hydrous

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Results. To predict the lattice thermal conductivity of MgO crystals at conditions from ambient to those of the Earth s CMB we first computed the harmonic force constant matrices of lattice vibration and the third-order lattice anharmonicity tensors at seven densities ranging from 3.35 to 5.15 g/cm 3 ().At each density we explicitly evaluated phonon scattering rates of all the irreducible New thermal conductivity measurement are reported. The systems studied were (a) ethylene glycol with added CuO TiO 2 or Al 2 O 3 nanoparticles and (b) water with added TiO 2 or Al 2 O 3 nanoparticles or multiwall carbon nanotubes (MWCNTs). All of

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Since little is known about the lattice conductivity of (Mg Fe)O we used data for pure MgO but the presence of iron might not significantly affect the lattice contribution to thermal conductivity both cases the temperature dependence of Ä latt was taken as described in Hofmeister (1999) and extrapolating room pressure and high In dielectric materials the influence of charge carriers on the heat conduction is negligible and the overall thermal conductivity is mainly driven by the lattice thermal conductivity κ L described by the kinetic theory as (1) where C V is the specific heat capacity v̅ is the group velocity of the phonons and l mfp is the mean free path

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The effective thermal conductivity of nanofluids was measured from 20°C to 45°C using a thermal conductivity analyzer. The experimental results show an increase in the thermal conductivity of MgO–glycerol nanofluids with increasing volume fraction of nanoparticles. The thermal conductivity ratio is unaffected as the temperature increases. Sep 01 2020 · Thermal conductivity is governed by major-mineral composition texture porosity and foliation (e.g. Brigaud and Vasseur 1989 Schön 2015). For igneous rocks thermal conductivity is isotropic to a good approximation and porosity is low as compared to sedimentary rocks (Clauser and Huenges 1995 Popov et al. 2003). Thus for granitoids

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Apr 29 2016 · Similar behavior is observed for the acoustic thermal conductivity which amounts to nearly 0.5 W m K under ambient conditions. Previously the total thermal conductivity was reported 41 41. T. A. Sandenaw " Thermal conductivity of uranium effects of purity and microstructure " Technical Report LA-6092-MS Los Alamos National Laboratory our first-principles technique provides a realistic model for the P-T. dependence of lattice thermal conductivity of MgO at conditions. from ambient to the CMB and we propose thermal conductivity

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Sep 01 2020 · Thermal conductivity is governed by major-mineral composition texture porosity and foliation (e.g. Brigaud and Vasseur 1989 Schön 2015). For igneous rocks thermal conductivity is isotropic to a good approximation and porosity is low as compared to sedimentary rocks (Clauser and Huenges 1995 Popov et al. 2003). Thus for granitoids Diopside from New York had λ=5.58 Wm 1K 1 and jadeite from California had λ=4.62 Wm 1K 1 which are about 10 and 20 lower than our results respectively. Thermal contact resistance should be negligible in Horai s experiment because water can make good contact. The lower thermal conductivity in that experiment may

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Oct 01 2015 · Using a novel flash-heating method for in-situ high-temperature and high-pressure thermal conductivity measurement we study the transport properties of platinum to 55 GPa and 2300 K. Experimental data reveal a simple high-pressure and high-temperature behavior of the thermal conductivity that is linearly dependent on both pressure and temperature. Nov 29 2000 · Batty W J O Callaghan P W and Probert S D 1984 Assessment of the thermal-probe technique for rapid accurate measurements of effective thermal conductivities Appl. Energy 16 83-113 Crossref Blackwell J H 1954 A transient-flow method for determination of thermal constants of insulating materials in bulk part 1theory J. Appl. Phys. 25 137-44

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Sep 01 2020 · Thermal conductivity is governed by major-mineral composition texture porosity and foliation (e.g. Brigaud and Vasseur 1989 Schön 2015). For igneous rocks thermal conductivity is isotropic to a good approximation and porosity is low as compared to sedimentary rocks (Clauser and Huenges 1995 Popov et al. 2003). Thus for granitoids Nov 15 2017 · Aluminum nitride (AlN) is a priority choice for filler material in high thermal conductivity polymer/ceramic composites since it has high thermal conductivity (320 W/mK theoretical) good insulating (electrical resistivity > 10 14 Ω·cm) characteristic low dielectric constant (2.2–3.7 at 1 MHz) and low CTE (4.4 ppm/°C) which is close to

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The existence of solid-phase nanoparticles remarkably improves the thermal conductivity of the fluids. The enhancement in this property of the nanofluids is affected by different items such as the solid-phase volume fraction and dimensions temperature etc. In the current paper three different mathematical models including polynomial correlation Multivariate Adaptive Regression Spline a b s t r a c t Thermal conductivity is essential for controlling the rate of core heat loss and long-term thermal evolution of the Earth but it has been poorly constrained at the high pressures

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minerals in the Earth s lower mantle MgO periclase MgSiO 3 bridgmanite post-perovskite and CaSiO 3 perovskitein-situat high pressures and high temperatures. These are the first experimental demonstrations of thermal conductivity of the lower mantle minerals at the conditions below the mid-part of the Earth s lower mantle. The new thermal Nov 29 2000 · Batty W J O Callaghan P W and Probert S D 1984 Assessment of the thermal-probe technique for rapid accurate measurements of effective thermal conductivities Appl. Energy 16 83-113 Crossref Blackwell J H 1954 A transient-flow method for determination of thermal constants of insulating materials in bulk part 1theory J. Appl. Phys. 25 137-44

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Oct 01 2020 · The thermal conductivity of post-perovskite (ppv) the highest-pressure polymorph of MgSiO 3 in the Earth s mantle is one of the most important transport properties for providing better constraints on the temperature profile and dynamics at the core-mantle boundary (CMB). Incorporation of Fe into ppv can affect its conductivity which has never been experimentally investigated. On the other hand the corresponding effective thermal conductivity increased from 0.04 to 0.76 W/m K (by a factor of 18) due to the addition of high thermal conductivity TiO 2 nanoparticles and the formation of possible conductive channels at high TiO 2 weight fractions. These findings are potentially applicable for the development of

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