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Heat transfer coefficients (lambda) of concrete

This article is part of a general article on the heat transfer coefficients

Lambda given in W / mK

  • Bauge 1.1

  • Fines concrete 1.35

  • Cavernous concrete of expanded clay 0.33

  • Aerated concrete bonded mass flight. 400 0.16

  • Aerated concrete bonded mass flight. 450 0.17

  • Aerated concrete bonded mass flight. 500 0.18

  • Aerated concrete bonded mass flight. 550 0.20

  • Aerated concrete bonded mass flight. 600 0.22

  • Aerated concrete bonded mass flight. 650 0.24

  • Aerated concrete bonded mass flight. 700 0.26

  • Aerated concrete bonded mass flight. 750 0.28

  • Aerated concrete bonded mass flight. 800 0.30

  • Aerated concrete masonry mass flight. 400 0.20

  • Aerated concrete masonry mass flight. 450 0.21

  • Aerated concrete masonry mass flight. 500 0.22

  • Aerated concrete masonry mass flight. 550 0.24

  • Aerated concrete masonry mass flight. 600 0.25

  • Aerated concrete masonry mass flight. 650 0.27

  • Aerated concrete masonry mass flight. 700 0.30

  • Aerated concrete masonry mass flight. 750 0.31

  • Aerated concrete masonry mass flight. 800 0.33

  • Concrete 0.35 ashes

  • Concrete wood chips 0.16

  • pumice concrete 0.46

  • Concrete pozzolan 0.52

  • stabilized earth concrete 1.10

  • Vermiculite concrete 0.31

  • Vermiculite concrete (prefab. Factory) 0.19

  • Fibragglo concrete (plate) 350 <p <= 450 0.12

  • Fibragglo concrete (plate) 450 <p <= 550 0.15

  • Fibragglo concrete (plate) p <= 350 0.10

  • 2.00 solid concrete

  • Solid concrete (granulated slag) 0.80

  • Solid concrete reinforced 2.40

  • Concrete full of expanded clay 0.33

  • adobe 1.10

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