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 Suggested Help Questions What is the limitation of the thermal conductivity coefficient when temperature is -60, 1, and 60 oC? What is the limitation of the thermal conductivity coefficient when temperature is -∞, 1, +∞oC? Technical Help This simulation shows how the thermal conductive coefficient changes between the temperature of -60 and 60 oC. The analysis by using the limit of function, can extend to -∞and +∞oC.

 Use this slider to change the temperature. The range is from -60 to 60oC. This window gives the result of the coefficient of this new material.