Heat Insulation Coefficient
The Heat Insulation Coefficient can be defined as the temperature difference between the two surfaces of a material, when the flow of heat of one watt per square metre hits that material.
In the International System of Units, Hea Insulation Coefficient is measured in Kelvin-square meters per watt (m²·K/W).
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