Specific heat and electrical resistivity of 53%Niobium-47%Titanium alloy measured by subsecond calorimetric technique
This paper presents results of measurements of the specific heat and electrical resistivity of a 53%Ni-47%Ti superconducting alloy. Both properties were measured by a contact variant of the millisecond-resolution pulse calorimeter. W5%Re/W25%Re thermocouple thermometry enabled study from ambient temperature to 2000 K. Results are discussed, and their uncertainty is estimated.
Keywords:electric conductors / electrical resistivity / high temperatures / niobium titanium alloy / specific heat capacity
Source:International Journal of Thermophysics, 2002, 23, 5, 1319-1325
- 6th International Workshop on Subsecond Thermophysics, Sep 26-28, 2001, Austrian Foundry Res Inst, Leoben, Austria