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Thermo dynamics of material= to snow

Thermo dynamics of material= to snow

Thermo dynamics of material= to snow

I am building a thermocouple aray to measyre snow temperatures at depth for avalanche work.  I already have the wire picked out, but I am looking for the best material to use as a trunk to connect the thermocouples to.  The thermal conductivity needs to be close to 0.6000W/m*C.  Any help?

RE: Thermo dynamics of material= to snow

I don't know of any materials off hand, but you can search by property at www.matweb.com. ; You may come up with a material there.


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