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Effective thermal conductivity is generally recognized as the intrinsic factor to reveal the thermal responses of fibrous materials. Here, two typical measurements, the step-wise transient method and the guarded hot plate method, were utilized to identify their feasibility for the effective thermal conductivity of fibrous materials (non-woven fabric and twill fabric) with different stacking layers.doi:10.2298/tsci1405712t fatcat:h4jrjrpbavhcnhxsmfsqjvjgqq