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Research roundup: Thermally homeostatic buildings; expanded graphite; firefighter fabrics; sol-gel process

Ben Welter - Friday, March 06, 2015
  • Energy storage and heat extraction – From thermally activated building systems (TABS) to thermally homeostatic buildings [Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews]

  • The effect of expanded graphite on the thermal stability, latent heat, and flammability properties of EVA/wax phase change blends [Polymer Engineering & Science]

  • Enhancing the Thermal Protective Performance of Firefighters' Protective Fabrics by Incorporating Phase Change Materials [Fibres & Textiles in Eastern Europe]

  • Preparation of Microencapsulated Phase Change Materials by the Sol-gel Process and Its Application on Textiles [Fibres & Textiles in Eastern Europe]
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