Review of thermal conductivity in composites : mechanisms, parameters and theory

Abstract : Thermal conductivity has become an important parameter for new technologies, especially in aerospace and aeronautics. Advanced materials used in some electronic applications tend to show an increase of temperature when they are used. Increasing the thermal conductivity of a material will help diffusing heat faster, in order to avoid an important overheating that could lead to a premature degradation of the material. This article reviews theoretical and experimental aspects of thermal conductivity in composites, from thermal energy generation to heat transfers. The fundamental mechanism of thermal conduction, its mathematical aspects, and some essential parameters to be considered here, such as crystallinity, phonon scattering, or fillers/matrix interfaces are discussed and detailed to understand their impact on thermal conductivity, completing some reviews in the field.
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Progress in Polymer Science, Elsevier, 2016, 61, pp.1-28
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N. Burger, A. Laachachi, M. Ferriol, M. Lutz, V. Toniazzo, et al.. Review of thermal conductivity in composites : mechanisms, parameters and theory. Progress in Polymer Science, Elsevier, 2016, 61, pp.1-28. 〈hal-01320507〉

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