3. Microwave heating 3.1 Microwave versus conventional heating Conventional heating usually involves the use of a furnace or oil bath which heats the walls of the reactors by convection or conduction. The core of the sample takes much longer to achieve the target temperature.
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In shell and tube heat exchangers and other types of exchangers, the predominate phenomenon is transmission of heat by contact convection. In furnace and air heaters where gases are burnt to heat a gas or other surface, both radiation and convection are to be considered. Heat conduction is the flow of
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The effect depends critically on the size and color of the crystals. Therefore, slow cooling is essential for the best results. 3.7.2 Aventurine glazes are transparent glazes in which crystals are suspended in the fired glassy m a t r i ~ (see Figure 3 . 5 ) . ~ ~ ? ~ ~ These crystals exhibit a marked sparkling effect.
Covalent crystals, such as diamond and silicon carbide, have hlgh hardness, high melting points, and (when specimens are pure) low electrical conductivities at low temperatures. Covalent crystals are formed between atoms of similar electronegativity which are not close in electronic structure to the inert gas configuration (Le., C, Ge, Si, Te
where: asp is the overall heat transfer coefficient from steam to paper, as is the heat transfer coefficient through the condensate film, dc is the thickness of the cylinder shell, lc is the conductivity of the cylinder shell, ak is the contact heat transfer coefficient from cylinder to web.
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Instead, t hey made Y1xBixTi2O7 with different compositions and extrapolated the data to give an estimate of the lattice parameter (10.354 ), but con cluded that Bi2Ti2O7 was not a cubic pyrochlore. Later in 1977, Shimada et al .117 claime d t he grow th of Bi2Ti2O7 single crystals w hich were described as reddish brown crystals.
The best behavior at pressing and sintering has been registered for the composite materials of Al2%vol Al2O3 (4h MM): sinterized = 2,330 g/cm3, remanent porosity P=14,68 %, Fig. 2, and for the composites Al-2%volSiC(6h MM): sinterized = 2,610 g/ cm3, remanent porosity P=3,11%.