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Conventional industrial thermal insulating materials have a porous structure and provide resistance to thermal conduction. However, this structure permits heat transfer through radiation. Hence, they exhibit high thermal conductivity at temperatures higher than 1000°C. To achieve high total-thermal-insulation efficiency, we recently developed new insulating materials, called THERMOSCATT TM , which greatly suppress radiation heat transfer. Their thermal conductivity was measured to be less thandoi:10.2109/jcersj2.20062 fatcat:7wlf4kl4jbamnblxv4yczrqsvi