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MORGAN ADVANCED MATERIALS: Heat Transfer Calculator

June 25, 2013
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Heat Flow is an online steady-state heat transfer calculator. It can allow users to simulate an unlimited number of heat transfer scenarios using Morgan’s insulation and refractory products, as well as other user-defined materials. Users can register to create and manage their own material databases and calculations.

The program is pre-loaded with nearly 400 products in 10 categories offered by Morgan’s Thermal Ceramics business. Users can also add materials into a user-defined database to run calculations. The heat transfer calculations use ASTM C 680 formulas, with the latest 2010 revision.

For additional information, visit http://morganheatflow.com.

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