Question About Heat Penetration Along With Temperature Distribution in Controlled Temperature Storage

The Question posed on LinkedIn:

Dear Fellows, it is possible to talk about heat penetration along with temperature distribution in controlled temperature storage? or during a transporter mapping studies under controlled temperature (not requiring cold storage or freezing)? Thank you for your input in advance

My reply was this:

“Hi Martin. In short, yes. Why? As part of your temperature mapping, placing probes next to a container (or sample or test item) as well as probes in the corresponding sample will allow you to demonstrate the impact of temperature changes outside the test item and also within it. That way you can determine what thermal load the item has and therefore how long you could potentially transport the item before its temperature rose (or fell) outside your acceptable limits.”