Scientific and Practical Bases of a Method of Reception of Thin-Layer Heat-Insulating Coverings
The paper presents a brief overview of the thin-layer thermal insulation paints used now and their characteristics. A new composition of thin-layer heat-insulation coating is proposed. The introduction of solid phases of non-autoclaved foam concrete with the average density D150 with high values of the standard entropy of formation in it is scientifically substantiated from the point of view of increasing the thermal protection properties. It is shown that such phases have an advantage in comparison with the solid phases of the glass and ceramic microspheres used now. It is also proved that the presence of thin-layer thermal insulation coating of nanoscale particles in the form of silica in the composition favours the reflection of the incident heat flux due to the Tindal effect and provides an increase in the polydispersity of the composition. The calculation of the resulting composition by the Van Vleсk formula used in the classical science is given.
Dr. Denis Solovev
A.M. Sychova et al., "Scientific and Practical Bases of a Method of Reception of Thin-Layer Heat-Insulating Coverings", Materials Science Forum, Vol. 945, pp. 257-262, 2019