This paper examines the thermal properties of thermal insulation coating applied to the building materials surfaces. The main objective is to determine the insulation coating impact on the heat flux transfer. The heat flux is modelled in terms of the heat transfer coefficient on the surface of a solid body. The thermal conductivity and heat transfer coefficient are obtained from the solution of the inverse heat conduction problem in 3D, based on the temperature measurements. The real temperature evolution is perturbed due to intrinsic properties of the measuring apparatus. We correct this situation via modelling a thermocouple function. Afterwards the determination procedure of the heat flux transfer parameters is a standard solution of the inverse problem based on the minimization of discrepancy between corrected measured data and computed temperature data.
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Research Article| July 21 2017
Investigation of thermo-physical properties of thermal insulation coating
AIP Conf. Proc. 1866, 040020 (2017)
Michal Kopčok, Jozefa Lukovičová, Jozef Kačur, Gabriela Pavlendová; Investigation of thermo-physical properties of thermal insulation coating. AIP Conf. Proc. 21 July 2017; 1866 (1): 040020. https://doi.org/10.1063/1.4994500
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