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Research roundup: Expanded vermiculite composites; stearic acid/iron-oxide/titanium-oxide ternary; condensation heat recovery; more

Ben Welter - Thursday, May 12, 2016

Preparation of stearic acid/modified expanded vermiculite composite phase change material with simultaneously enhanced thermal conductivity and latent heat [Solar Energy Materials and Solar Cells]

Comparative Study of Stearic Acid/Iron-Oxide Binary and Stearic Acid/Iron-Oxide/Titanium-Oxide Ternary for Use as Energy Storage Material [pdf] [Journal of Physics]

Cost-optimal thermal energy storage system for a residential building with heat pump heating and demand response control [Applied Energy]

Cold storage condensation heat recovery system with a novel composite phase change material [Applied Energy]

Energy and economic analysis of building integrated with PCM in different cities of China [Applied Energy]


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