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Research roundup: Bio-inspired building cooling; macro-packed PCMs; microscopic measurements of thermal and spectroscopic fields

Ben Welter - Thursday, February 11, 2016

A review of underground building towards thermal energy efficiency and sustainable development [Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews]

Simultaneous microscopic measurements of thermal and spectroscopic fields of a phase change material [Infrared Physics & Technology]

Hybrid ground coupled heat exchanger systems for space heating/cooling applications: A review [Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews]

Evacuated tube solar collectors integrated with phase change materials [Solar Energy]

Interpenetrating phase change polymer networks based on crosslinked polyethylene glycol and poly(hydroxyethyl methacrylate) [Solar Energy Materials and Solar Cells]

Bio-inspired effective and regenerable building cooling using tough hydrogels [Applied Energy]

Experimental investigation of thermal performance of flat and v-corrugated plate solar air heaters with and without PCM as thermal energy storage [Energy Conversion and Management]

Conjugated heat and mass transfer during flow melting of a phase change material slurry in pipes [Energy]

Thermal performance evaluation of macro-packed phase change materials (PCMs) using heat transfer analysis device [Energy and Buildings]


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