Apparent Thermal Conductivity Digital Meter in Trains as an Energy – Conserving Measure
Sabah Shehd Abdulabas
Sabah Shehd Abdulabas, Assistant Lecturer, Department of Electronic Technical, Institute of Technology Baghdad, Iraq.
Manuscript received on December 25, 2017. | Revised Manuscript received on December 27, 2017. | Manuscript published on January 30, 2017. | PP: 12-15 | Volume-6 Issue-6, January 2017. | Retrieval Number: F2935016617/2017©BEIESP
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Abstract: Energy conserving measure is one of important factors that must be measured in constructions of building, an energy conserving measure leads to the practical thickness of the proper used insolent, the function of both the temperatures of the bounding surfaces and the thickness of the air layer are considered the apparent thermal conductivity of the air layer due to the combined modes of conduction and radiation which increases with the thickness. This paper introduces the design and implementation of an electronic digital meter suitable for the measurement of the apparent thermal conductivity and has been tested in eight departments of institute of technology/ Baghdad in four labs.
Keywords: Energy, constructions, implementation, temperatures.