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From nanotechnology-based thermal insulation materials nano-ceramic thermal insulation coatings are generally considered to be the most critical because of contradictory technical data that could be founded in special literature. Complete agreement had not been already found about the mechanism how does their insulating effect take. In the Laboratory of Building Materials and Building Physics at Széchenyi István University (Győr, Hungary) several thermodynamic tests were made in order to find out thermodynamic process inside this material. Several building structures with different order of layers were tested with heat flow meter. Results showed that convective heat transfer coefficient cannot be taken account in usual way using this material as thermal insulation.

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Among nanotechnology-based thermal insulation materials thermodynamic performance of nano-ceramic coatings generates intensive discussions. Complete agreement has not been found yet about the mechanism of their insulating effect. In the Laboratory of Building Materials and Building Physics at Széchenyi István University (Győr, Hungary) heat transfer resistance experiments have been performed in order to describe thermodynamic processes inside nano-ceramic coatings. Previous studies finding after new measurements conducted in 2016-2017 also supported the former assumption that in case of nano-ceramic coatings convective heat transfer coefficient might be taken into account in a different way. Results also showed that thermal insulating effect of nano-ceramic coatings could be caused by a relatively high surface heat transfer resistance.

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