Determination of thermal conductivity of hollow glass microspheres (HGM) using graph theory and matrix approach

M. Magendran, R. Vikrama Prasad, M. Venkatachalam

Abstract


The method named ”Graph Theory and Matrix Approach” has been well used in numerous research studies to carry out decision-making when the problem becomes perplexed form or when the relative importance of one parameter over another is quite high. In such instances, the said Theory of graphical and matrix approach offers very suitable and fruitful solutions to efficiently render the decision. Using combined application of theoretical graph method findings coupled with certain artificial intelligence-inspired logics and practises like fuzzy logic, artificial neural network, etc., more developments and outcome enhancement can also be disclosed. Such method’s relevance and applicability in large fields of technology, engineering, and analysis are also proven. Today, our industrial industries are upgrading by artificial intelligence applications and other software-based directions. In this research, graph theory is used to test hollow glass microspheres (HGM) performance by evaluating thermal conductivity based on pressure, evaporation rate and heat leakage. 16 Tests were conducted with four samples A, B, C and D with four different pressure variations.

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Published: 2021-03-30

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M. Magendran, R. Vikrama Prasad, M. Venkatachalam, Determination of thermal conductivity of hollow glass microspheres (HGM) using graph theory and matrix approach, J. Math. Comput. Sci., 11 (2021), 2466-2479

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