January 2004

Trends and Resources

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Thin, high-capacity flexible insulation for refineries Over the past 10 years, Aspen Aerogelshas perfected the science of aerogels, commercializing them in1996. Since then, the pro..

Thin, high-capacity flexible insulation for refineries Over the past 10 years, Aspen Aerogels has perfected the science of aerogels, commercializing them in 1996. Since then, the product has been increasingly applied where the isolation or conservation of extremely cold or hot environments is desired. Produced as thin flexible blankets, the insulation is claimed to have the lowest thermal conductivities among materials used as insulation in refinery applications (Table 1).    TABLE 1. Thermal conductivity at ambient t

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