anonymous
  • anonymous
what is the thermal conductivity for plastic? in J/s/m.C ? anyone know?.. i had it googled but cannot find the right one -_-...tq for answering
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anonymous
  • anonymous
there's a typo ..its J/s.m.C...not J/s/m.C..sorry
MrNood
  • MrNood
"Plastic" is not a material - it covers a very large range of different chemical compounds, with different values for conductivity. If you are concerned about units- look at you units - can you see another value for J/s ? Try this site for typical values http://www.engineeringtoolbox.com/thermal-conductivity-plastics-d_1786.html
MrNood
  • MrNood
Also re units: C is not really used for temperature intervals - it is a value on the Celsius scale. K is the correct unit to use BUT 1K = 1C so you can change C to K in your units

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anonymous
  • anonymous
okay! i will try my best to fix the corrections! thank you! @MrNood
MrNood
  • MrNood
can you see that W/m.K is the same as J/s.m.C
anonymous
  • anonymous
really!..after you said that.. now i just realised it ! haha @MrNood
anonymous
  • anonymous
just now i did the experiment.. i think the plastic that i used , is the same material with the window plastic..maybe the fibre glass..
MrNood
  • MrNood
a lot of 'windows' in plastic are polycarbonate (if very strong) or acrylic Fibreglass is not normally very clear transparent

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