The shape and size of the thermal field depends on several factors, the most important are: --the size and shape of the heat source is expressed gauge of welding heat input Q --thermal conductivity matrix expressed by the coefficient of thermal conductivity X --temperature of base material--heater --speed of welding w --welding material, dimensions, particularly its thickness.
What does K stand for?
K stands for Coefficient of Thermal Conductivity
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Samples in periodicals archive:
It reportedly has a coefficient of thermal conductivity at least 5 to 50 times greater than many types of inorganic fillers.
The unit of measure for K is referred to as the coefficient of thermal conductivity of the material.