The general theory of the transient plane source (TPS) technique is outlined in some details with approximations for the two experimental arrangements that may be referred to as ‘‘hot square’’ and ‘‘hot disk.’’ Experimental arrangements and measurements on two materials, Cecorite 130P and Corning 9606 Pyroceram, using a hot disk configuration, are reported and assessed.

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