Posted by mike on .
Im doing a project about heat transfer in the house. One of the aspect i have to look at is "cladding". Can you suggest any good websites that introduce what "cladding" is and how it works?
"Cladding" refers to the high-temperature-resistant material that surrounds the fuel pellets in a nuclear reactor fuel rod. I don't see how it has any application in home heat transfer. The analogy would be the walls of the house, that keep the heat in or out.
A Google search of the words "cladding" + "heat transfer" will find for you numerous references that will all relate to nuclear engineering.