Transient methods for the measurement of thermophysical properties: The pulse transient method
L’udovít Kubičár, Vlastimil Boháč, Viliam Vretenár
The theory and the measurement regime of the pulse transient method are discussed by considering an ideal model, sensitivity coefficients, and their dependence. Differential analysis is used to estimate the time window in which the fitting procedure should be applied to the experimental data. The results of the analysis are verified for Perspex and A310 stainless steel by intercomparison measurements. Differences in the data obtained for the thermophysical parameters are within the accuracy of the instrument used for the measurements.