Overview

gSKIN® Heat Flux Sensors find application in many areas. On this webpage you will find FAQs concerning questions in most popular application areas of our products and case studies prepared by greenTEG in order to explain how to use our sensors. Scientific publications, where gSKIN® Heat Flux Sensors have been used by our customers, can be found in the summary of literature.

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List of Case Studies and Application Notes by greenTEG

Convective Heat Flux Explained

Thermal convection is one of the three mechanisms of heat transfer, besides conduction and thermal radiation. The heat is transferred by a moving fluid (e.g. wind or water), and is usually the dominant form of heat transfer in liquids and gases. Convection can be divided into natural convection and forced convection. Download the full explanation.

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gSKIN® Case Study: Battery Calorimetry Using greenTEG’s Heat Flux Sensors

In this case study we demonstrate how heat flux sensors can help determining the state of health of a battery. Download the case study.

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Monitoring Heat Generation of Batteries

Read in this case study how the heat generated by a battery can be monitored with a gSKIN Heat Flux Sensor. Download the case study.

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Review our FAQs concerning questions and answers in the most popular application areas. In case of additional enquiries please contact us.

Heat Flux Measurement

Calorimetric Measurements of Batteries

Phase Change Materials Investigations

Textile Thermal Properties Measurements