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Title:
TEMPERATURE VARIATION IN INSULATED MATERIALS

Authors:
Taiwo Oluwasesan Oni, Samson Ibukun Odunola, Joseph Odolomerun, Stanley Chinonso Obisirike

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Taiwo Oluwasesan Oni, Samson Ibukun Odunola, Joseph Odolomerun, Stanley Chinonso Obisirike
Department of Mechanical Engineering, Ekiti State University P. M. B. 5363, Ado-Ekiti, Nigeria

MLA 8
Oni, Taiwo Oluwasesan, et al. "TEMPERATURE VARIATION IN INSULATED MATERIALS." IJETSI, vol. 3, no. 2, Mar.-Apr. 2018, pp. 122-130, ijetsi.org/more2018.php?id=10. Accessed 2018.
APA
Oni, T., Odunola, S., Odolomerun, J., & Obisirike, S. (2018, March/April). TEMPERATURE VARIATION IN INSULATED MATERIALS. IJETSI, 3(2), 122-130. Retrieved from ijetsi.org/more2018.php?id=10
Chicago
Oni, Taiwo Oluwasesan, Samson Ibukun Odunola, Joseph Odolomerun, and Stanley Chinonso Obisirike. "TEMPERATURE VARIATION IN INSULATED MATERIALS." IJETSI 3, no. 2 (March/April 2018), 122-130. Accessed , 2018. ijetsi.org/more2018.php?id=10.

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Abstract:
In this work, the variations in temperature of insulated materials were examined. A steel-made material without insulation and another four sets of steel-made material with cement mortalmade insulation of thickness (sigma) of 10mm?sigma?40mm were used as samples. A highest value of 493K and 453K were obtained as the initial temperature and exit temperature, respectively, in the uninsulated sample, but a lowest value of 405K and 340K were obtained as the initial temperature and exit temperature, respectively, in the sample with insulation thickness of 40mm. Furthermore, the sample with insulation thickness of 40mm yielded the maximum value of temperature difference, being 76K, whereas the sample without insulation yielded a minimum value of 37K as temperature difference.