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Old   April 17, 2020, 10:34
Default Temperature dependent thermal conductivity and specific heat Property of mixture of t
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Can anyone tell is it possible to find out the temperature dependent thermal properties of the mixture of DH36 steel and aluminum?

And, if possible then what will be the zener hollowman parameters that I should use for that mixture?

Again, if I can use this technique to find out any temperature dependent properties for any mixtures between any two materials?
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