Specific Heat of Rajasthan Desert Sand from 280 degree K to 500 degree K
Keywords: Steady State Method, Nomogram
AbstractA Steady state method is used for the measurement of specific heat of Rajasthan desert sand as a function of temperature. The measured values of specific heat vary from 0.194 Cal/gm/degree calcius(at280 degree K) to 0.239 cal/gm/degree calcius(at 500 degree K).A curve of the form C=A+BT is found to follow the experimental data. a nomogram is also drawn to estimate the effective specific heat of porous materials from the knowledge of specific heats of constituents and mass porosity.
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Chaurasia, P. L., Chaudhary, D., & Bhandari, R. (2014). Specific Heat of Rajasthan Desert Sand from 280 degree K to 500 degree K. Defence Science Journal, 25(4), 149-152. https://doi.org/10.14429/dsj.25.6609
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