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Experimental data and calibration processes to a new and simple device dedicated to the thermo-optical properties of a polycarbonate construction material

Authors
  • Fakra, Damien Ali Hamada1
  • José, Blazquez Recio Alfonso2
  • Murad, Nour Mohammad3
  • Randriantsoa, Ando Ny Aina4
  • Gatina, Jean Claude1
  • 1 PIMENT Laboratory - University of la Réunion, 117 Rue du General Ailleret, 97430 Le Tampon, Reunion
  • 2 Escuela Tecnica Superior de ICCP - University of Granada, Calle Doctor Severo Ochoa, S/N, 18001 Granada, Spain
  • 3 Energy Lab (LE2P) Laboratory - University of la Réunion, 40 Avenue de Soweto, 97410 Saint-Pierre, Reunion
  • 4 vo 101, Madagascar
Type
Published Article
Journal
Data in Brief
Publisher
Elsevier
Publication Date
Sep 08, 2020
Volume
32
Identifiers
DOI: 10.1016/j.dib.2020.106289
PMCID: PMC7494682
Source
PubMed Central
Keywords
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Abstract

Thermo-optical properties of construction materials are important factors while designing a building. Human comfort and environmental issues are the main reasons inciting researchers to work in this field. For instance, the thermal conductivity coefficient, the optical reflectance, the optical transmittance and the optical absorbance of materials are frequently measured properties in civil engineering. Currently, each of these physical coefficients is measured separately by various devices. A new experimental device is therefore designed to measure these properties in a single unit. The data presented in the article consists of the experimentation process of designing a new type device. This paper includes data for calibration, measurements and validation for the elements of the new device. This data has been collected in the laboratory and is made available for reproducibility and improvement research in the field of thermo-optical properties of construction materials. This data article is related to the original research article of Fakra et al. denoted “A new simple experimental device for measuring the thermo-optical properties of translucent construction materials.” [1] .

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