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#7677 - 08/16/05 05:55 AM Thermal conductivity
V ajeekarate Offline
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Could someone tell me the thermal conductivity of A 106 B, A 106 C and A 285 C. And also the sourse. Are these metal acording to US standards? ANSI? Tnx.
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#7678 - 08/18/05 01:50 PM Re: Thermal conductivity
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The materials are essentially low carbon steels and have the same coefficient of thermal conductivity. 30 Btu/hr. ft. Deg F at 70F (121 Watts/m Deg C) is a reasonable figure. My reference is the TEMA (Tubular Exchanger Manufacturers Association) Code, Table D-12. There are other references which will give similar data.

The materials you mentioned are per ASTM standards.
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