Scientists at the Nuremberg Tech use greenTEG’s heat flux sensors for the development of high-performance insulation materials

At the Nuremberg Tech scientists and engineers are developing new high-performance insulation materials. In an ongoing study greenTEG’s heat flux sensors were embedded into the wall to measure the heat flux and compare the thermal properties of the new material to state-of-the-art materials. The results from preliminary simulations are already promising: They showed a reduction of the thermal conductivity (i.e. U-value) of up to 42%.

Further details about this research: Post Presentation as PDF (in German).

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