His primary areas of investigation include Thermal conductivity, Thermodynamics, Viscosity, Transient and Analytical chemistry. In the field of Thermal conductivity, his study on Thermal conductivity measurement overlaps with subjects such as Dispersant. His work on Atmospheric temperature range and Tait equation as part of general Thermodynamics research is frequently linked to Fluid transport, thereby connecting diverse disciplines of science.
His Temperature dependence of liquid viscosity study in the realm of Viscosity connects with subjects such as Standard deviation. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Mechanics, Carbon nanotube and Exact geometry. His Analytical chemistry study incorporates themes from Saturation and Mineralogy.
Marc J. Assael mainly investigates Thermodynamics, Thermal conductivity, Viscosity, Atmospheric temperature range and Transient. His work in the fields of Thermodynamics, such as Triple point, Refrigerant and Supercritical fluid, intersects with other areas such as Range. His Thermal conductivity research includes themes of Thermal conduction, Mechanics and Analytical chemistry.
His Viscosity research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Toluene, Vibrating wire and Alkane. His Atmospheric temperature range research includes elements of Saturation, Absolute measurement, Methanol and Atmospheric pressure. His Transient research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Carbon nanotube, Work and Finite element method, Exact geometry.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Thermal conductivity, Thermodynamics, Viscosity, Atmospheric temperature range and Triple point. He combines subjects such as Nanofluid, Copper, Mechanics and Analytical chemistry with his study of Thermal conductivity. His Nanofluid research focuses on Transient and how it relates to Heat transfer coefficient.
Many of his research projects under Thermodynamics are closely connected to Temperature and pressure with Temperature and pressure, tying the diverse disciplines of science together. His study in the field of Viscometer is also linked to topics like Calibration. As part of one scientific family, Marc J. Assael deals mainly with the area of Atmospheric temperature range, narrowing it down to issues related to the Supercritical fluid, and often Refrigerant.
Marc J. Assael mostly deals with Thermal conductivity, Thermodynamics, Viscosity, Atmospheric temperature range and Equation of state. His studies deal with areas such as Nanofluid, Heat transfer, Analytical chemistry, Tin and Copper as well as Thermal conductivity. His work deals with themes such as Bismuth, Liquid bismuth, Refrigerant, Germanium and Supercritical fluid, which intersect with Analytical chemistry.
In his articles, Marc J. Assael combines various disciplines, including Thermodynamics and Temperature and pressure. Range and Calibration are fields of study that overlap with his Viscosity research. His work investigates the relationship between Equation of state and topics such as Triple point that intersect with problems in Undecane.
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Standard Reference Data for the Thermal Conductivity of Water
Maria L. V. Ramires;Carlos A. Nieto de Castro;Yuchi Nagasaka;Akira Nagashima.
Journal of Physical and Chemical Reference Data (1995)
Thermal Conductivity of Suspensions of Carbon Nanotubes in Water
M. J. Assael;C.-F. Chen;I. Metaxa;W. A. Wakeham.
International Journal of Thermophysics (2004)
Reference data for the density and viscosity of liquid aluminum and liquid iron
Marc J. Assael;Konstantinos Kakosimos;R. Michael Banish;Jürgen Brillo.
Journal of Physical and Chemical Reference Data (2006)
Thermal Conductivity Enhancement in Aqueous Suspensions of Carbon Multi-Walled and Double-Walled Nanotubes in the Presence of Two Different Dispersants
M. J. Assael;I. N. Metaxa;J. Arvanitidis;D. Christofilos.
International Journal of Thermophysics (2005)
New International Formulation for the Viscosity of H2O
Marcia L. Huber;Richard A. Perkins;Arno R. Laesecke;Daniel G. Friend.
Journal of Physical and Chemical Reference Data (2009)
Correlation and prediction of dense fluid transport coefficients. I. n-alkanes
M. J. Assael;J. H. Dymond;M. Papadaki;P. M. Patterson.
International Journal of Thermophysics (1992)
Thermophysical Properties of Fluids: An Introduction to Their Prediction
Marc J Assael;J P Martin Trusler;Thomas F Tsolakis.
Reference Data for the Density and Viscosity of Liquid Copper and Liquid Tin
Marc J. Assael;Agni E. Kalyva;Konstantinos D. Antoniadis;R. Michael Banish.
Journal of Physical and Chemical Reference Data (2010)
Reference Data for the Density and Viscosity of Liquid Cadmium, Cobalt, Gallium, Indium, Mercury, Silicon, Thallium, and Zinc
Marc J. Assael;Ivi J. Armyra;Juergen Brillo;Sergei V. Stankus.
Journal of Physical and Chemical Reference Data (2012)
Fires, Explosions, and Toxic Gas Dispersions: Effects Calculation and Risk Analysis
Marc J. Assael;Konstantinos E. Kakosimos.
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