Spectral Radiative Properties of Some Important Materials: Experimental Data and Theoretical Models
Leading to: Highly porous cellular foams, Low porosity foams, Highly porous isotropic and anisotropic fibrous materials, Paint coatings containing hollow glass microspheres, Low-porosity ceramics for thermal barrier coatings, Silica-based nanoporous composite materials
Porous media such as cellular or fibrous materials present performance in combination with physical, mechanical, and thermal properties. They are very interesting materials for use in aerospace, automotive, marine, and building applications. There is a wide range of applications for these materials, such as in shock absorbers, heat exchangers, filters, catalyst carriers, or insula ...
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