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The integrated thermal conductivity is equal to the integral of conductivity with respect to temperature from some reference temperature.  The integrated thermal conductivity is useful for problems in which conductivity is a strong function of temperature, as discussed in the text   Cryogenic Heat Transfer by R. F. Barron, G.F. Nellis, and J.M. Pfotenhauer.  IntK information is provided by selected incompressible substances.  Click on IntK in the Function Information dialog to see a list of the substances for which data are available.


See also: Thermophysical Properties