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26 December, 06:02

What is the value of w?

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  1. 26 December, 06:48
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    The lambda (λ) value, or the Thermal conductivity, or 'k-value' of a material, is a value that indicates how well a material conducts heat. It indicates the quantity of heat (W), which is conducted through 1 m² wall, in a thickness of 1 m, when the difference in temperature between the opposite surfaces of this wall equals 1 K (or 1 ºC).
  2. 26 December, 07:01
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    The lambda (λ) value, or the Thermal conductivity, or 'k-value' of a material, is a value that indicates how well a material conducts heat. It indicates the quantity of heat (W), which is conducted through 1 m² wall, in a thickness of 1 m, when the difference in temperature between the opposite surfaces of this wall equals 1 K (or 1 ºC).

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