E3S Web Conf.
Volume 53, 20182018 3rd International Conference on Advances in Energy and Environment Research (ICAEER 2018)
|Number of page(s)
|Environment Engineering, Environmental Safety and Detection
|14 September 2018
ANALYSIS OF THE THERMOPHYSICAL PROPERTIES AND INFLUENCING FACTORS OF VARIOUS ROCK TYPES FROM THE GUIZHOU PROVINCE
Geo-engineering investigation institute of guizhou province, 550008 Guiyang, China
2 111 Geological Party,Guizhou Bureau of Geology and Mineral Exploration & Development, 550008 Guiyang, China
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A series of analyses have been carried out on a number of rock types from the Guizhou Province to investigate their thermophysical properties. A total of 433 samples from 14 types of rock were collected, tested and analyzed. It was found that in this province, the average thermal conductivity of the samples ranged between 1.516±0.264 and 5.066±0.521 W/(m·K), the average specific heat capacity varied from 0.272±0.042 to 0.603±0.096 kJ/(kg·°C), and the average thermal diffusion coefficients were from 0.752±0.331 to 2.854±0.368 MJ/(m3·K). The older rocks always had higher thermal conductivity and thermal diffusion. Thermal conductivity and thermal diffusion of rocks are positively correlated with the mineral content of high thermal conductivity species, but the situation for the specific heat capacity is the opposite. With increasing mineral particle size, the thermal conductivity and thermal diffusion coefficient also increase, but the relationship with specific heat capacity is not obvious. The thermal conductivity and thermal diffusion coefficient of rocks increases under water saturated conditions compared to dry conditions, but the specific heat capacity decreases.
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