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• (Air Conditioning and Refrigeration Center. College of Engineering. University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign., 2000-05)

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• (Illinois State Water Survey, 1975)

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• (1966)
Low temperature heat capacity measurements have been made near the . 6H20. A method of determining the critical point TA from a welldefined physical event has been found. For Mn(NH4)2(S04)2 . 6H20, TA = 0.1763°K, the ...

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• (1990)
High-resolution ac heat capacity measurements of YBa$\sb2$Cu$\sb3$O$\sb{\rm 7-\delta}$ near the critical temperature are reported and discussed. The samples are high-quality single crystals, several of which display untwinned ...

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Heat capacity measurements on very small single crystals of manganese dibromide tetrahydrate have been made using the a.c. or oscillating temperature method. These measurements show rounding in a temperature range of about ...

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• (1969)
A theory is presented to explain the behavior of ammonium chloride near the first order phase transition at 240K in terms of· a physical model that has singular and nonsingu1ar parts of the free energy coupled together. ...

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• (1966)
Heat capacity measurements were made on two dilute solutions of 1iquid He3 in He4. These data, taken under saturated vapor o 0 pressure at temperatures between .005 K and .20 K, are characteristic of an ideal Fermi gas ...

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The dependence of the heat capacity of gadolinium on temperature has been observed close to the ferromagnetic Curie point at about 180 C. An "ac" or temperature modulation method allowed the use of very small single ...

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• (1976)
A new calorimeter has been developed for organic liquids which utilizes the AC heat capacity technique. It can measure heat capacity changes of 1 part in 104 with a temperature resolution of 0.3 mK. This calorimeter has ...

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The incorporation of graphitic compounds such as carbon nanotubes (CNTs) and graphene into nano-electronic device packaging holds much promise for waste heat management given their high thermal conductivities. However, as ...

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• (, 1918)

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• (Urbana : Illinois State Geological Survey,, 1970)

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• (University of Illinois at Urbana Champaign, College of Engineering. Engineering Experiment Station., 1945)

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• (University of Illinois at Urbana Champaign, College of Engineering. Engineering Experiment Station., 1953)

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• (iSchools, 2014-03-01)
Library seating surveys record the use of seats in a library. They estimate library usage and are used to plan library spaces for future use. This paper describes a seating survey in an academic library, which aggregated ...

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• (, 1909)

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• (, 1915)

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• (Small Homes Council-Building Research Council. University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, 1985)
How heat pumps work; includes air-to-air, water-to-air, and ground source. Can help you decide whether or not to switch to a heat pump for heating and cooling.

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• (1995)
Radiant heating systems have been identified by segments of the HVAC industry as technology which can potentially reduce the energy consumption of buildings. As a result of higher mean radiant temperatures within radiantly ...

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• (1980)
The present study defined and characterized heat stress induced fetal dwarfism in sheep and explored control mechanisms of uterine blood flow during heat stress in the gravid ewe. Initially, pregnant ewes were given a heat ...

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