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On the Cylindrical Probe Method of Measuring Thermal Conductivity with Special Reference to Soils. I. Extension of Theory and Discussion of Probe Characteristics
Australian journal of physics (Print)
The theory of cylindrical probes for measuring thermal conductivity is extended to the case of a probe of finite conductivity containing a line source at its centre. This provides a more realistic approximation to most actual probes than the theory for a probe of infinite conductivity developed by other authors. New experimental results are presented which are in complete agreement with theo!'Y' It is shown how an estimate can be obtained of the magnitude of a possible thermal contactdoi:10.1071/ph580255 fatcat:i6hydvxbmzedhllozimb7bflge