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245 00 Advances in materials science research.|nVolume 11 /
       |cedited by Maryann C. Wythers. 
264  1 Hauppauge, N.Y. :|bNova Science ;|aLancaster :|bGazelle 
       [distributor],|c2012. 
300    1 online resource (xi, 478 pages). 
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490 1  Advances in Materials Science Research ;|vv. 11 
504    Includes bibliographical references and index. 
505 0  ""ADVANCES IN MATERIALSSCIENCE RESEARCH.""; ""VOLUME 11"";
       ""ADVANCES IN MATERIALSSCIENCE RESEARCH""; ""ADVANCES IN 
       MATERIALSSCIENCE RESEARCH.""; ""VOLUME 11""; ""Library of 
       Congress Cataloging-in-Publication Data""; ""CONTENTS""; 
       ""PREFACE""; ""CHAPTER 1. EFFECTIVE THERMAL CONDUCTIVITYOF
       FLUID-SATURATED SANDSTONES AT HIGHTEMPERATURES AND HIGH 
       PRESSURES:EXPERIMENT AND MODELING""; ""ABSTRACT""; ""1. 
       EFFECTIVE THERMAL CONDUCTIVITY AS A KEYTHERMOPHYSICAL 
       PROPERTY OF ROCKS""; ""1.1. Practical and Scientific 
       Applications of ETC"" 
505 8  ""1.2. Basic Thermodynamic Relations Related with Thermal 
       Conductivity""""1.3. Heat Transfer Mechanism in Fluid-
       Saturated Rocks. Physical Background""; ""2. EXPERIMENTAL 
       TECHNIQUES""; ""2.1. Steady-State Methods""; ""2.2. 
       Transient Methods""; ""2.3. Contact Methods""; ""2.3.1. 
       Needle-Probe Method""; ""2.3.2. Divided-Bar Method""; 
       ""2.4. Contact- Free Methods""; ""2.4.1. Optical Scanning.
       Laser-Flash Analysis (LFA)""; ""2.4.2. Radiative Heat 
       Transfer""; ""3. MEASUREMENTS OF THE ETC OF 
       ROCKSMATERIALS. LITERATURE REVIEW"" 
505 8  ""4. GUARDED PARALLEL-PLATE METHOD. CONSTRUCTIONOF THE 
       APPARATUS AND PROCEDURE OF MEASUREMENTS""""Working 
       Equation""; ""Uncertainty of the Thermal Conductivity 
       Measurements""; ""5. EFFECTIVE THERMAL CONDUCTIVITY OF 
       SANDSTONES. MEASUREMENTS AND MODELING""; ""5.1. Sources of
       Experimental ETC Data for Sandstones""; ""5.2. Theory and 
       Modeling of the ETC. Porosity DependencyModels at Constant
       T and P""; ""5.2.1. Mixing-Law Models""; ""5.2.2. Maxwell-
       Law Models""; ""5.2.3. Theoretical Models""; ""5.2.4. 
       Empirical Models""; ""5.2.5. Well-Log Correlations"" 
505 8  ""6. THERMAL CONDUCTIVITY AND EQUATION OF STATE OF 
       ROCKS""""6.1. Hofmeister Model""; ""6.2. Equation of State
       for Solids""; ""7. THEORETICAL BACKGROUNDS OF THE 
       TEMPERATUREDEPENDENCY OF ETC AT CONSTANT P. APPLICATION 
       FOR FLUID-SATURATED SANDSTONES""; ""7.1. Empirical and 
       Semiempirical Models""; ""7.2. Temperature Coefficient of 
       the ETC of Fluid- Saturated Sandstones""; ""8. PRESSURE 
       COEFFICIENT OF ETC FLUID-SATURATED SANDSTONES""; ""8.1. 
       Application ETC Models for Fluid-Saturated Sandstones""; 
       ""8.1.1. Thermal Conductivity of Air""; ""8.1.2. Thermal 
       Conductivity of Oil"" 
505 8  ""8.1.3. Thermal Conductivity of Water""""8.1.4. Thermal 
       Conductivity of Matrix""; ""8.2. Application of the 
       Porosity Dependence Modelsfor Fluid-Saturated 
       Sandstones""; ""CONCLUSION""; ""ACKNOWLEDGMENTS""; 
       ""REFERENCES""; ""APPENDIX""; ""CHAPTER 2. STRUCTURAL 
       EVOLUTION AND MECHANICALPROPERTIES OF NANOCRYSTALLINE 
       FEALINTERMETALLIC AND ITS COMPOSITESCONSOLIDATED FROM 
       POWDERSPREPARED BY MECHANICAL ALLOYING""; ""PART I. 
       INTRODUCTION""; ""1.1. Development of Mecanical Alloying 
       Technique""; ""1.1.1. Basic Process of MA""; ""1.1.2. 
       Synthesis Mechanism and Characteristics of MA"" 
588 0  Print version record. 
650  0 Materials science.|0http://id.loc.gov/authorities/subjects
       /sh85082094 
655  4 Electronic books. 
700 1  Wythers, Maryann C.|0http://id.loc.gov/authorities/names/
       n2010028272 
776 08 |iPrint version:|tAdvances in materials science research. 
       Volume 11.|dHauppauge, N.Y. : Nova Science ; Lancaster : 
       Gazelle [distributor], 2012 
830  0 Advances in Materials Science Research. 
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